Construction Operations Manager

Footprint Recruitment
Manchester & North West Area
£60000 - £70000/annum
08 Jul 2017
07 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Construction Operations Manager
£65,000-£70,000 plus car allowance, pension, healthcare, 24 days holiday
Location: Manchester and North West

Our client is a leading main construction contractor who are now, due to expansion, looking to recruit an experienced Construction Operations Manager to manage aspects of the Operations Department.
As the Operations Manager, you will be working with Contracts Managers and clients ensuring that projects are constantly making progress and completed on time and within budget. You will be managing the programming, scheduling and overseeing procurement for construction projects across the North West.
Main Responsibilities
• Daily management of the overall operation in conjunction with Contracts Managers, to include chairing change meetings and troubleshooting as well as problem solving.
• Delivering projects on time to budget with quality control.
• Understand the contractual terms and implications on our deliverables and processes.
• Ensure effective records are maintained and kept for project delivery.
• Report to directors with departmental updates, risks and issues using robust reporting systems to meet the needs of the business.
• Liaising with the service departments to provide daily verbal, email and face-to-face communications.
Required experience:
• Proven track record as an individual who is able to deliver effectively and on time through affective leadership.
• Excellent problem solving, planning and progress control skills are essential.
• Ability to effectively prioritise and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment is crucial.
• Understanding critical path analysis and application.
• A good working knowledge of Apple Macintosh software to include Adobe creative suite and Microsoft Office.
• Excellent Customer care skills both face to face and in written communication.
• Successful ability to work to targets.
• Developing affective control systems