Project Manager (Water Treatment)
Reporting To: Senior Contracts Manager
The management of projects to meet contractual obligations, project milestones and deadlines and budget and gross margin expectations.
All financial aspects of the project to ensure the required profit levels are achieved.
To manage all phases of the project from the award of the contract through to eventual client acceptance. The Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of design, procurement, construction and commissioning.
The direction and performance management of all project resources allocated to projects being managed including vendors and sub- contractors.
Ensure compliance to contract through effective project management techniques and delegated responsibility to other Project Managers and Project Engineers.
Plan and agree the resources to be allocated to projects with appropriate functional and discipline managers.
To regulate, negotiate and approve variations to contract in association with the client and internal departments.
To effect project planning, review, cost control, change control, hand- over and acceptance procedures to meet the terms of the contract.
To manage and ensure effective two-way communication within the project management team, and between vendors, sub-contractors and the client. This should include formal project meetings where key project milestones are achieved.
Authorise the placement of order, and ensure that applications for payment are correctly administered.
Through other Project Managers, Project Engineers and Site Managers, ensure the cost-effective management of resources and delegation of key responsibilities.
Ensure adherence to company procedures, engineering standards, functional specifications and management controls, including all SHEQ procedures..
To arrange the production of the Project Delivery Plan, identifying all environmental aspects and impacts and mitigation methods and all Health and Safety risks and hazards together with mitigation, with advice as necessary from the SHEQ department, and to provide assistance to the Site Manager in maintaining the Plan.
To comply with all Health and Safety responsibilities commensurate with the role, as outlined in the Health and Safety policy (freely accessible via the system or hard copy from SHEQ manager).
To comply with all Environmental responsibilities commensurate with the role, as outlined in the Environmental Management System and the job impacts list.
Any other duties commensurate with the position as may be assigned from time to time.
The financial and technical performance of projects managed.
Cost-effective utilisation of resources, the control of labour, purchasing costs and sub-contracts.
Conformance to contract, including achievement of project milestones.
Effectiveness of two-way communication of project progress, early warning of problems and demonstrable, preventative and remedial action at project review phase.
Quality of client relationship throughout the project lifecycle
A formal qualification in a relevant engineering discipline
Significant demonstrable experience in the water industry
IOSH Managing Safely in Construction
The cost-effective resourcing.
Utilisation and performance of commissioning staff.
Effectiveness of communication with team and across departments.
Demonstrable value of feedback data.
Client satisfaction with documentation.
Our client will only consider local contractors - there will be occassional travel to their HQ in Worcestershire.