Project Manager

England, Hertfordshire
£50000 - £63000 per annum + Competitive package
03 Oct 2016
31 Oct 2016
Michael Lay
Project Manager
Contract Type
Full Time

I am currently recruiting for a permanent Project Manager to work with a well known reputable contractor on the multi-billion pound AMP 6 contract. The project I am currently recruiting for is valued between £3m - £7m and consists of clean water infrastructure work. Being the start of the AMP cycle, this is a fantastic opportunity for career security and development over the course of the contract and beyond.

You will be responsible for:

  • Day to day line management of project team.
  • Following project reviews, providing a summary report to the regional delivery manager.
  • Ensuring that workplaces under their control have effective systems, arrangements and supervision for providing a safe work place and suitable welfare facilities.
  • Communication with the rest of site team including engineers, quantity surveyors, safety officers and clerk of works to ensure full understanding of information.
  • Working closely with the design teams and ensuring that the information and details of technical information are carried out accurately.
  • Attending and contributing to weekly meetings with site team regarding safety, progress, expenditure, costs and programme.

Essential requirements:

  • Previous experience in a similar role as a Project Manager or Senior Agent.
  • Water experience desirable / Strong civils experience essential.
  • Minimum HNC/HND in Civil Engineering or related subject.
  • Up to date relevant CSCS Card.

Note: All applications are kept extremely confidential and contact will be established with you before submission of your CV to my client.

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