Project Manager - Water / Utilities

Water & Utilities
  • UK, London
  • Permanent
  • Full time
  • from £70,000 to £80,000 per year
The Project Manager is to deliver multiple ongoing projects, to the specified quality, the required programme and to the maximum commercial performance. The role also involves working closely with the Estimating Department, engineers, and surveyors to ensure that projects are completed in a safe manner, whilst...

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Job description

The Project Manager is to deliver multiple ongoing projects, to the specified quality, the required programme and to the maximum commercial performance. The role also involves working closely with the Estimating Department, engineers, and surveyors to ensure that projects are completed in a safe manner, whilst ensuring customer requirements and expectations are always maintained or exceeded.  

 

Key Responsibilities:  

• General management Produce financial forecasts, monitor and control project costs and cost reporting, and produce monthly reports to the Contracts Manager on project performance, efficient team building and labour organisation  

• Deliver projects from the design phase to completion including all handover documentation  

• Review progress, budget resources and forward planning  

• Review work packages and ensure the scope of work is clearly defined and understood  

• Chair weekly site meetings and ensure the production of accurate records of any discussions and actions  

• Build and maintain good relationships with the customer, framework suppliers and design consultants  

• Develop and maintain construction programmes with Barhale staff  

• Co-ordinate and manage site investigations during the ongoing construction process  

• Develop engineering solutions in order that a buildable cost-effective construction solution is delivered that fulfils the client’s requirements  

• Ensure production and implementation of Project Plans, risk assessments, method statements, site waste management plans, and procurement of plant and materials are in line with company procedures  

• Ensure detailed site diaries/records are completed  

• Maintain commercial tension to drive out costs and challenge the status quo  

• Prepare comprehensive estimates for additional work outside target costs  

• Assist with estimating new tenders  

• Chase potential new clients

Requirements

The successful candidate will have extensive experience of managing projects within Civil, Water/Rail/Process Environments and MEICA Installation, also the candidate is likely to meet all the following criteria:  

 

Essential:  

• Good working knowledge of contract conditions, CDM regulations, Design Management, Programme & Risk Management, and cost control including forecasting, actual cost, and value reporting.  

• Ability to use Primavera P6 software or equivalent  

• Degree/HNC in Civil Engineering, or equivalent  

• CSCS manager’s card  

• SMSTS  

• NEBOSH Construction Certificate  

• Knowledge of the NEC contract including the Early Warning and Compensation Event mechanisms  

• Excellent communication, people, and team management skills, with the ability to influence, motivate and mentor  

• Ability to challenge designs and resolve problems to a conclusion  

• Ability to manage and deliver a successful project with minimal guidance  

 

Desirable:  

• CEng MICE  

• Knowledge of the JCT form of contract

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