Project Manager - EC&I - Hazardous Areas (Gas) c£50k

Recruiter
Flow Control Engineering
Location
Stoke-on-Trent
Salary
£50000/annum
Posted
14 Jul 2017
Closes
13 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Project Manager - Stoke-on-Trent
Engineering Infrastructure in Hazardous Areas.
c£50k Basic + Excellent Benefits

Primary Duties:

· To be responsible for the effective and efficient delivery of customer projects, from go ahead through design, build, install, test & commission to closure and documentation completion.

· Manage and co-ordinate the company?s resources allocated to the project?s delivery.

· To be responsible for the financial management and control of the project through design, build, install etc.

· To manage any changes in scope and design, ensure all costs implications are managed within the company and the customer.

· Be responsible for the communications with the customer?s project team and site personnel, including progress reporting, addressing all project related issues, risks and challenges to the ensure the smooth on-time delivery of the project.

· Provide coaching and mentoring to those resources allocated to the project to ensure effective customer management and on time delivery of the project.

· To provide periodical reports on the progress and performance (including financial) of the project to meet the governance and controls.

· Maintain close liaison with key stakeholders including Sales, Manufacturing, Finance and Engineering.

· Undertake all necessary staff management duties including annual appraisals and personal development planning.

· Ensure compliance with company quality, environmental and standard operating procedures.

Secondary Duties:

· Participate in all company events and required management meetings, including preparation of any materials for said events.

· Provide coaching, mentoring and training to colleagues as required to ensure the effective running of the Engineering department.

Essential Skills:

· You must have at least 7 years? experience in delivering major (engineering) infrastructure projects in hazardous areas.

· 2 years? experience of leading projects in demanding customer environments.

· Strong leadership skills and can demonstrate effective customer

management, able to coach and mentor all involved stakeholders.

· Experience in managing various contract types including NEC3.

· Strong financial and numerical acumen.

· Self-motivated and can work alone or with minimal supervision.

· Effective listening skills.

· Degree qualified Engineer or HNC + significant technical experience.

Desirable Skills:

· Qualified Prince2 practitioner or APM

· Chartered Engineer

Alternative job titles: Project Manager / Project Engineer / Contracts Manager / Engineering Manager / Mechanical Engineer / Electrical Engineer