Graham Wren joined CSCS in 2012. He previously worked at Balfour Beatty for 29 years, latterly as managing director of Balfour Beatty Ground Engineering. In the past, he has been chairman of the Federation of Piling Specialists (FPS), president of the National Specialists Contractors Council (NSCC) and also sat on the Strategic Forum for Construction.
Director of Operations
Gordon Jenkins has been involved with CSCS since its inception in 1995 in various roles, becoming Scheme Manager in 2006 and Director of Operations in 2011. He is tasked with overall responsibility for implementation of the Scheme’s business strategy. His focus is on developing the scheme to meet the needs of the industry. His job sees him working with contractors and clients, trade associations, professional institutes, unions and other construction related bodies to ensure that the Scheme meets the needs of a continuing evolving construction sector. He has recently completed a Masters in Business Administration.
Head of Communications
Alan O’Neile joined the CSCS team in September 2014. He previously managed strategic communications for a large-scale energy infrastructure projects. Prior to that, he worked in corporate communications, stakeholder engagement and public consultation. His focus is on reinforcing CSCS’s position within the UK construction industry and maximising awareness about the scheme to industry stakeholders. A member of the executive team, reporting to the Chief Executive, he is responsible for leading the planning, development and implementation of all communications and public affairs activities. His role also sees him responsible for all media activity and relationships with key industry stakeholders.
Angeleen Hill works closely with our service provider CITB to ensure the smooth running of the scheme. She manages the introduction of new occupations, is responsible for the scheme rules and acts as a focus for all appeals and occupational queries. She joined CSCS in 2013 having previously worked in administration, finance and project support roles in construction and charitable organisations. Angeleen recently completed a BA Honours Degree in Business Management.
Joseph joined the CSCS team in March 2016. He previously worked in Public Affairs and Media Relations at Gatwick Airport where he spent most of his time promoting the 2nd runway campaign. His main focus at CSCS is to maximise awareness of the scheme and reinforce CSCS’s position and reputation within the construction industry. He is involved in the development and implementation of all communications activities including stakeholder engagements, events planning and industry research. He is responsible for the day to day co-ordination of CSCS’s website content and social media activity.