Position: Project Manager

Location: UK North-West

Staff position

Salary: ££ Please let me know what you are looking for.

KMC’s Client are a well-established civils engineering company specialising in All Civil Works, Building/Extensions ,Utilities ,Concrete Structures and other services.

Due to expansion they have several positions they are looking to fill including this Project Manager who will be reporting to the Commercial Director.

1. Basic Job Information:

Job Title:

Project Manager

Reporting to:

Commercial Director

Staff Responsible for:

Site Supervisors, Foremen and operatives

2. Roles and Responsibilities:

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities (Duties):

As an experienced Project Manager you will be accountable for project managing and leading various sized schemes. You will closely monitor all stages of work progress and ensure delivery of the assigned projects in line with the contract Quality, Cost, Time and Health and Safety requirements, manage construction contracts and build solid and professional relationships with the client and other stakeholders. In particular, you will be the key interface with customers and contractors and have the relevant interpersonal skills to communicate effectively at all levels.

To maintain responsibility for the management of all ‘physical works’ contracts and projects, including plant and labour supply.

To manage, monitor and review all aspects of ‘physical works contracts and project management’ under your control, such that the on-going progress of the contract or project’ taken on is in accordance with those required, including agreed timescale cost.

To produce and / or modify ‘contract and project plans’ resource relevant staff based on predetermined specified and agreed requirements.

To resource, provide and support suitable and competent staff/ equipment in accordance with the project requirement.

To ensure the effective planning, management and performance of all projects under his/her control in accordance with client requirements and current legislation and industry standards.

To ensure all ’Physical works’ contracts and projects are subject to Risk Assessment, integral to which would be to make sure appropriate method statements, risk assessments and work package plans are produced and in place and that they are appropriate, authorised , accepted, issued and briefed to affected staff.

To ensure workplace inspections for all projects for which he or she is responsible are planned, performed and all resulting corrective actions are reported through Management review meetings and closed out within agreed timescales.

To ensure suitable ‘Contingency planning’ arrangements are devised, supported and where necessary implemented and briefed to affected staff.

To take part and support all accident review meetings.

To perform and support all other duties and responsibilities as outlined within the current version of the companies roles and responsibility table.

To ensure the maintenance of audible records relating to all relevant aspects of the company’s operations, including those pertinent to specific projects.

To develop relationships with clients representatives.

To present themselves in a professional manner at all times including dress code.

  • preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities with the architect and/or the client;
  • undertaking costs analysis for repair and maintenance project work;
  • assisting in establishing a client’s requirements and undertaking feasibility studies;
  • performing risk and value management and cost control;
  • advising on procurement strategy;
  • identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks;
  • preparing and analysing costings for tenders;
  • allocating work to subcontractors;
  • providing advice on contractual claims;
  • analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports;
  • valuing completed work and arranging payments;
  • maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use;
  • understand the implications of health and safety regulations.
  • In addition, you will also be expected to carry out pre- and post-contract duties, cost feasibilities, cost reporting, and value engineering
3. Qualifications and Experience (Required):

Academic Qualifications Required:

Relevant 3rd level degree

Safety

CSCS Competency

Full UK Driving Licence

 

Experience Level(s) Required:

·Five years’ Project Manager experience in the performance of duties outlined within this job description.

·Professionally qualified (preferably MRICS, MCIOB)

·Pro-active, driven individual capable of working within a team environment

·Able to lead a project and report directly to a Client

·Good understanding of construction technology, sufficient to carry out quality inspections and reports

·Experienced in construction procurement, contracts and administering projects

·Ideally with experience within the applicable Industrial sectors

4. Key Performance Indicators:

Key Performance Indication Responsibility:

Reporting client feedback and satisfaction

Reporting contract performance (lost, won etc)

Reporting Site inspection/ Audit performance

Reporting staff briefing performance

Reporting staff management and briefing performance.

Reporting staff competency performance.

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