MEICA Project Manager

Water & Utilities
  • UK, East of England, Hertfordshire, St Albans
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • Negotiable
An excellent opportunity for a MEICA Project Manager to work on large scale water projects from our client's St Albans office. The right candidate will be responsible for a number of allocated projects and sites, delivering projects successfully and all project related design, construction and commissioning....
  • Posted
  • Deadline: 24.05.2024

Managing consultant

Amran Ahmed

Quote ref: 513/28385

Quote ref: 513/28385

Job description

An excellent opportunity for a MEICA Project Manager to work on large scale water projects from our client's St Albans office. The right candidate will be responsible for a number of allocated projects and sites, delivering projects successfully and all project related design, construction and commissioning. Leading projects within the overall team, delivering schemes and controlling project time, cost, programme, safety and contributing the growth of the company.  

 

Duties:  

- Managing and reporting operational and financial targets, programme and supply chain management including procurement and performance.  

- Leadership in Safety, Wellbeing and Inclusion and a team player interfacing with the design, construction, and all stakeholders.  

- The ability to select & manage innovative methods, use of materials & safe systems of work.  

- Proficient technical skills in field and sector, a proven leader of staff and operatives.  

- Effective communication with senior management, designers, consultants, clients, architects, and project teams on technical matters.  

- Provide quality outputs to time, quality, and cost, that enable programmes to achieve their outcomes.  

- Ensure that all staff on their projects develop their expertise to a world-class standard.  

- Management of contractors and key suppliers, particularly design ensuring quality of delivery and their committed resource requirements across the projects, ensuring quality of output and value for money.  

- Manage communication and engagement with project stakeholders, developing and maintaining key relationships and working in partnership to resolve problems to benefit operational policing.  

- Work with local project/change teams to ensure consistency of project delivery approach.  

- Build and sustain capacity and capability within the project team to deliver the programme workstream effectively and efficiently.  

- Be the key point of contact between the project and the programme.  

- Manage project-related dependencies.  

- Identify resource requirements and undertake related activities.  

- Manage stakeholder communications and key messages for the project.  

- Manage project-level resources to ensure project outputs are delivered on time, cost and quality.

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