Project Manager - Water
£350-£400 per day
On going work
Our Tier one client is looking for a project manager to oversee the start of AMP7, this will be an ongoing role throughout the next AMP period. They are looking for someone that has previous water experience, knows the industry and has managed a large team before.
Duties: Being able to manage staff of all levels Liaising with clients, understanding their needs and ensuring you are able to put measures in place to meet these To have a good understanding of NEC 3 contract conditions and an astute commercial awareness.Responsible for the day to day management of Subcontractors and contractors on site, setting out their day to day tasksEnsuring that all projects are delivered in accordance with current Health & Safety regulationsReview/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. Procurement 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.
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