Mechanical Project Manager

Recruiter
Change Recruitment
Location
Glasgow, Glasgow City
Salary
£47000 - £52000/annum Car Allowance, Fuel Card
Posted
14 Jul 2017
Closes
13 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
The Opportunity

Our client one of the leading M&E contractors in the Scottish market are currently seeking an experienced Mechanical Project Manager to control operational delivery of a number of significant healthcare projects up to the value of £10 Million.

Based from Glasgow, this exciting and critical position will offer the successful candidate the opportunity to control the technical, commercial and managerial requirements of the project, ensuring profitability and delivering the outstanding customer service that customers have come to expect.

Details

•Lead the project delivery teams, maximising the potential of teams and individuals
•Take a lead on the project and manage the installation process programming of works
•Ensuring Health and Safety is adhered to onsite managing and supervising the engineers sub-contractor
•Provide input into preparation of business and project plans and budgets based on contract parameters and objectives, maximising profitability.
•Regular reviews to keep senior management informed of completion dates and financial status of projects.
•Working closely with the area business development and bid teams in ensuring we produce professional, profitable and successful bids.
•Maintain and further improve relationships with customers to optimise future opportunities

Essential criteria

•To be considered for this role you will have previous experience of Project Management in a building services arena and a mechanical bias.
•You will be able to demonstrate previous leadership experience and have good local market and sector knowledge and have successfully delivered projects such as hospitals, schools or similar commercial buildings.
•You will have to cope with a substantial amount of responsibility and should be able to use your industry experience to understand complicated technical information