Project Manager (Statutory Utilities Management - Contract or Permanent)

Utility People
London, South East England
19 Jun 2017
19 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Do you have experience of project managing the multi-utilities aspects on buildings and major programme construction works? Our client - Aninternational property and infrastructure construction consultancy - are looking for a ProjectManagerto focus on delivering the statutory utilities aspects of projects from master planning and feasibility studies to route / building clearance, installation of new, temporary and permanent supplies, disconnections and existing asset diversions, metering and beyond project handover organising supply agreements. If you have Project Management in statutory utilities covering Water, Sewers, Gas, Telecoms, Power or Sub Stations, send us your CV today for more information on this great project manager role!

This Role is Nationwide.

Key responsibilities:

  • Project Manage a diverse range of projects with an average value of £3m / project
  • Be recognized as the utilities project manager managing all aspects of utilities management
  • Understand the client’s requirements and build strategy to manage and deliver best value
  • Interfacing with utility companies to develop and agree preferred solutions
  • Manage each project to a successful conclusion
  • Develop and manage relationships with 3rd party contractors
  • Utilise PM skills to stay within scope and budget, and report progress back to customer

Skills and experience required:

  • Proven experience working in the construction/utilities sector and managing projects
  • Project Management - Value Management and Programme Development and delivery
  • Self-motivated, and able of working under own direction in pressured construction environment
  • Strong negotiating skillsis essential
  • An understanding of procurement opportunities to deliver contestable works
  • Excellent interpersonal skills in creating, managing and maintaining relationships
  • Able to lead teams and chairmeetings