A quick thank you for all your help with temporary work over the past year and helping me to feel confident about going back to work. After providing temporary cover for a client over the Easter holidays I was offered the chance to apply for a permanent vacancy and I am so pleased that I got the job!
Published18th February 2020
Salary£40000 to £50000 p/a
A Project Manager is required to oversee an interesting array of construction projects within the food manufacturing industry.
Our ideal candidate would have experience managing multi-contract projects. This would be an ideal role for an experienced Project Manager who wants a change from main contracting and who enjoys the challenges of working on different sites and locations.
- Degree qualified in Engineering or Construction Management preferred but not essential
- 5+ years’ experience
- Strong IT skills.
- Effective problem-solving skills.
- Strong Communication skills
- A good eye for finishes
- A good working knowledge of BCAR & other relevant legislation
- A good working knowledge of sub-contracting trades
- Food processing facility experience desirable but not essential.
- Pre-contract planning
- Monitoring main and sub-contractor performance
- You will be responsible for managing several projects,
- Ensuring project targets are met
- Providing progress and budgetary reports.
- Design team meetings, contractor meetings and safety meetings.
- Ensuring that projects are finished to group standards
- Overseeing the entire project cycle
- Managing Site Labour
- Participating in design reviews
- Quality Control
- Reporting directly to the head of design.
- Site / project health & safety
- There is a high level of travel to the UK involved in this role.
If the above sounds like you then please don't hesitate to establish contact.
Looking forward to hear from you!
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