MEICA Project Manager
£55,000 per annum
Are you currently looking for a long term position within the water industry? Well look no further we have the perfect role for you!
Our client is looking for a MEICA Manager on a contract basis to head up and get AMP7 off to a running start. The correct candidate will have previous experience in management roles on water treatment plants.
The MEICA Manager will be responsible for mutiple concurrent projects to ensure the successful delivery of projects. Working across the Hertfordshire area conducting project works on clean water and waste water sites. You will over look various sites and report in to the framework manager.
You will be responsible:Assuming responsibility for the management of project delivery outputs including programme, financial position, health safety, environmental performance and progress for all allocated schemes.The ability to manage staff at varying levels, providing leadership, staff development and retention of key personnel.The ability to interact in a professional manner with senior representatives of our clients.To have a good understanding of NEC 3 contract conditions and an astute commercial awareness.Ensuring that all projects are delivered in accordance with current Health & Safety regulations, inc of CDM, & Environmental legislation.Review/assessment of in-house/subcontractor RAMS, Process Impact Assessments and Environmental legislation.To ensure compliance with all company safety, environmental and quality systems.Liaise with client's staff to ensure KPI's are met or exceeded within budget constraintsTo manage the project team ensuring that each member has a clear set of objectives. To develop and motivate all team members.To assist the Operations Manager with the development of the direct labour resources.To assume responsibility of the financial performance of each project with overall responsibility for Profit/Loss on contracts undertakenTo participate in monthly financial reviews for all schemes with the Commercial Manager, ensuring that all Project Engineers have prepared accurate financial performance reportsTo ensure compliance with all company commercial and financial procedures.Complete contract documentationEstablishing and agreeing price variations and final accountsPrepare estimates and quotations & provide tender vetting for othersTo develop in conjunction with the project planner a detailed project programme ensuring that it is maintained to drive the project to key deliverable milestones.Ascertain preliminary and detailed design/project requirements and solutionsTo closely liaise with other departments, such as tendering and design, to ensure resources are correctly allocated and client requirements are fully achieved.Co-ordinate and liaise with suppliers, specialist sub-contractors, in-house functions, site installations and construction teamsProcurement of plant, materials and specialist subcontractors.Ensure that project resources are made available to attend/undertake factory site and works testing, commissioning and client trainingAttend internal and external review and progress meetingsAttend site visits/meetings.To ensure all contract documentation are prepared in line with the client specifications and nmcn/client closeout timescales
To be considered for this role you should hold an Engineering qualification or equivalent and have a proven track record in a site based or project management role in the water industry. You will have experience of installing, repairing or maintaining background capital equipment and you will be fully aware of CDM regulations, IOSH and hold certificates.
Tickets and Qualifications for the MEICA Project Manager role needed:An industry applicable ONC/HNC/B.Eng or NVQ equivalentH&S qualificationsIOSH or CITB 5 Day Site Safety Management (SMSTS), CSCS cardDemonstrable experience of working within the water and / or sewage industriesWorking knowledge of Microsoft packagesPrevious experience of working to a NEC3 Contract
For more information, please call Susannah Gearing or Hope Smith on 01622 357230
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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