Electrical Project Manager (Water)
- Deadline: 28.02.2024
Our client is an award-winning and innovative contractor providing project solutions for the water and wastewater industry including design, construction, commissioning, operation and maintenance across the UK. With strategies in place to deliver their current backlog to an exceptional standard and further grow the business in the UK, this is a great opportunity for an ambitious and driven individual to join a growing business in the UK market.
Duties will include:
- Production of Electrical detailed design submissions
- Working with design teams in the production of design and construction drawings/documentation
- Liaising between Mechanical & Electrical Designers and Civil Structural Designers Preparation and application of Method Statements, Risk Assessments, Permits and other Health and Safety Documentation Preparation of scope documents and tender packages.
- Reviewing subcontract tender and contract pricing
- Developing electrical Design deliverables Liaising with suppliers and subcontractors and composition of purchase orders and sub- contract agreements.
- Management of site personnel and subcontractors ensuring that work is conducted in line with design documentation and in accordance with contract programme.
- Completion of quality checks to ensure works are in line with design outputs and ready for commissioning works.
- Preparation of commissioning documentation and supervision of commissioning process.
- Co-ordination of project close-out stages including handover to the end user.
- Degree in Electrical Engineering.
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience, preferably in the Water & Wastewater sector.
- Main Contractor background
- Experience of working on Asset Maintenance Frameworks
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Excellent planning, organizational, training, teamwork, problem resolution and presentation skills
- Excellent literacy, numeric and IT skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office packages
- Full Clean driving license