Project Manager (Statutory Utilities Management - Contract or Permanent)
Role: Project Manager (Statutory Utilities Management - Contract or Permanent)
Salary: £40-£70K DOE + Attractive benefits
Do you have experience of project managing the multi-utilities aspects for major programme construction works? Our client - Aninternational property and infrastructure construction consultancy, founded and built on exceptional people, a commitment to service excellence and an entrepreneurial spirit are seeking experienced Project Managers to focus on the delivery of the statutory utilities aspect of projects from master planning and feasibility to route/ building clearance studies covering Water, Sewers, Gas, Telecoms, Power. Send us your CV today for more information on these great project manager roles!
- Understanding the client’s requirements, the environment of the project and its relationship to the utilities affected or required.
- The development and execution of strategies in agreement with the client to manage and deliver best value in a timely fashion
- Interfacing with the project team and utility companies to provide advice and develop preferred solutions. This will require relationships with key utilities stakeholders to be established and managed.
- Use of databases and experience as a benchmark to validate delivery costs and input into budgets/cost plans
- Recommending models for procurement of design and delivery
- Strategic planning and production of graphical visualization of the delivery process for ease of communication (programmes/flow charts/timescale/etc.).
Skills and experience required:
- 5-10 years’ experience in one or more of the various statutory utilities.
- Experience in the appraisal, feasibility studies, concept / front end engineering design and planning of large scale, high profile building and infrastructure projects and programmes. These projects or programmes will have been challenging from a size, scale, multiple site, multi-disciplinary or stakeholderperspective.
- Proven experience working in the construction/utilities sector and managing projects
- Self-motivated, and able of working under own direction in pressured construction environment
- Strong negotiating skills is essential
- An understanding of procurement opportunities to deliver contestable works
- Able to lead teams and chairmeetings
- Recognized professional qualification in Project/Programme Management, or Construction
- M&E Management is desirable, although HNC equivalent with appropriate experience will also suffice.