Intermediate Project Manager

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Recruiter
ANDERS ELITE
Location
Manchester
Salary
£30000.00 per annum
Posted
21 Jul 2017
Closes
20 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Anders Elite are recruiting for a Project Manager to join a highly successful development & construction company, based in the North West. With ambitious growth plans, this is an excellent opportunity to work within a busy organisation and learn from some very successful Project Managers already with the business.

The successful applicant will be:

* A graduate with Quantity Surveying, Project Management, or similar degree.
* Possess at least 3 years work experience, working within a development or consultancy or construction arena, ideally within the Social Housing sector
* Be articulate and able to communicate with multiple stakeholders and suppliers
* Show ambition and drive to progress and develop within a fast moving company

Your day to day role will involve the following core aspects:

Planning - From the outset, it is the responsibility of the Project Manager to plan the build process, this means producing a critical path and understanding the timing of each stage. Following each phase of the project is essential to ensuring that the project is completed on time.

The Project Manager will assess and plan the project with the general stakeholder's best interests at all times.

CDM/Health & Safety - It is the responsibility of the Project Manager to ensure that the construction process adheres to the CDM regulations and company Health and safety procedures. This includes both directly employed construction teams and external contractor's pre and post contract.

Staff Management - Where directly employed labour is to be utilised, the Project manager will provide individual management to construction teams as they see fit. If sub-contractors need to be employed, with the assistance of the internal commercial team, the Project Manager will identify, vet and manage these suppliers accordingly.

Resource Allocation - Any building project will need resources from bricks and mortar to tools and basic amenities. It is the responsibility of the Project Manager to have an understanding of what these are and ensure they are available through internal estimators, supply chain or external suppliers.

Setting Benchmarks - An integral aspect of the ongoing monitoring of a project is setting benchmarks to monitor progress, this allows the Project Manager to identify whether or not the project is on target to finish on time and within budget.

Financial and Budget Management - With the assistance of the in house commercial team, making sure that the project is completed within a financial budget.

Communication - arranging meetings and ensuring that all stakeholders are aware of the project's progress.

Reporting - The Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring good reporting of projects on an agreed basis.

Post contract Documentation - The Project Manager will be responsible for the collation and certification of all schemes in conjunction with good industry practise and company procedures.

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