Contracts Manager - Main Contractor - London & West Midlands

Recruiter
UKL Group
Location
Coventry
Salary
From £55,000 to £60,000 per annum
Posted
21 Apr 2017
Closes
20 May 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our client is an ever-expanding construction main contractor with offices in the West Midlands and Central London. Having recently turned over £100m, our clients Build division are looking to take on new construction professionals who are keen to work on some of the most prestigious projects in the UK. Our client consistently invest in their staff and offer unmatched training alongside career progression. Their most recent requirement is for a Contracts Manager who will be overseeing projects ranging from £5m - £25m. These will span multiple sectors including Residential, Commercial, Education & Heritage. The successful Contracts Manager will be covering the M1 corridor between Birmingham & London.As Contracts Manager, your responsibilities will be as follows:- Responsible for the delivery of multiple sites on the M1 corridor between Birmingham & London- Holding pre start meetings & drawing up initial programme- Amending master programme and rephrasing as required- Client liaison, holding meetings and performing walkarounds- Financial awareness - alongside Quantity Surveyors managing the budgets on the projects- To achieve financial targets and maintain strict budgetary control by means of the company financial systems.- To motivate site management and sub-contractors, and ensure adequate resources to achieve project programmes.- To achieve complete client satisfaction on all contracts.Experience required- To have worked up to an established Project Manager / Contracts Manager with main contractors- The ability to run multiple jobs as number one reporting into the Construction Director.- Black / Contracts Manager CSC Card- Preferably Degree Qualified If you are suited to the position and are interested in exploring this opportunity, please email your CV to UKL Professional for the attention of Robert Glaser.