Senior Project Manager

Civil & Structural
  • UK, South East, Surrey, Epsom
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Negotiable
Our client is a major design, engineering and project management consultancy who has been rapidly growing within various sectors. They are seeking an enthusiastic and confident Senior Project Manager to join their Epsom and South-East practice. This role offers an excellent opportunity for a talented individual who...

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Job description

Our client is a major design, engineering and project management consultancy who has been rapidly growing within various sectors. They are seeking an enthusiastic and confident Senior Project Manager to join their Epsom and South-East practice.  

This role offers an excellent opportunity for a talented individual who want to take the next step in their career and take responsibility for projects from inception through to completion. You will be an established Project Manager within the infrastructure sector; this role offers the chance to develop your career and expand your experiences across a wide range of challenging and exciting projects across varied markets.  

You are likely to have several years of multi-disciplinary infrastructure project delivery experience, ideally from within a consultancy environment. Working with the support of the PDP team, you will be responsible for delivering schemes to budget and programme through RIBA Stages 0-7 (or the sector equivalent) and be the main point of contact with their clients on these projects.  

This is a great opportunity for you to work and develop within an internationally renowned consultancy, working on a variety of projects where your talent and skills can be demonstrated.  

 

Responsibilities include:  

- Delivery of project management and contract administration through the project life cycle.  

- Ensuring that there is a common understanding of requirements and scope, programme, costs, constraints, risk and interfaces across the team.  

- Leading the project team – building, motivating, maintaining, coaching, guiding, and developing the team.  

- Communicating, liaising, and engaging with the client on a project-by-project basis.  

- Deliver governance arrangements for projects within corporate and business policies, directives, guidance, and procedures to ensure a robust outcome.  

- Ensure safety is prioritised throughout delivery.  

- Manage the project within client and business agreed budgets.  

- Management of Risk (and Opportunity) for the project from inception through to completion.  

- Administer and negotiate change control from inception through to completion.  

- Manage approved sub-contractor procurement processes.  

- Clear and accurate monitoring and reporting of project performance against programme, technical quality, financial and KPI targets; both internally and externally.  

- Mentoring and developing of Assistant Project Managers and other team members, as required.  

- Cognisant delivery of projects and tasks in accordance with the business Values; Safety, Integrity, Collaboration and Innovation.

Requirements

- Ideally with a Project Management/Engineering/Building Surveying/Architectural background, with design management, project management and contract administration experience.  

- APM PMQ (or equivalent) recognised level of competence in Project Management – desirable.  

- Understands and has experience in deploying various forms of construction contract, in particular NEC3 or 4 and/or bespoke forms of contract.  

- Experience of projects or assisting the management of projects from inception to completion (RIBA Stages 0 – 7 or equivalent).  

- Experience of working closely with multi-disciplinary design teams.  

- Strong client facing and customer service skills, with the ability to understand clients’ requirements.  

Ability to lead a delivery team in a positive and confident manner, demonstrating an appropriate level of knowledge, skills and attitude.  

- Trusted by peers, seniors and clients, to work in the best interests of all parties, fostering a collaborative environment.  

- Excellent interpersonal skills.  

- Sound business acumen and strong risk/commercial awareness to deliver profits.  

- An aptitude towards work winning through strong service delivery and understanding of bid process and different pricing models.  

- Demonstrate a mindset for achieving the right outputs in a generally structured, but sometimes changeable project environment.  

- Understanding of BIM.  

- Demonstrates a proactive and flexible working attitude, is adaptable and responds positively in response to challenges.

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