Jacobs leads the global professional services sector delivering solutions for a more connected, sustainable world. Providing a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional, and construction - and program - management. Our 77,000 employees in 400 locations around the world serve a broad range of companies and organisations including industrial, commercial, and government clients across multiple markets and geographies. During our 125 years in the UK, we have been involved in some of the biggest and most challenging projects, delivering innovative and sustainable solutions to the country's most critical issues, from access to clean air and safe water, civil and national security and safeguarding mobility. That's because Jacobs is much more than just a traditional engineering company. Ranked No. 1 by Fortune's 2019 World's Most Admired Companies... Source - industry=Engineering, Construction&sortBy=industry-rank Business Unit Description: With more than fifty years of Nuclear experience, Jacobs has unrivalled nuclear capability and provides full life-cycle solutions to our nuclear clients. Services include programme and project management, design and engineering, reactor support, construction, commissioning, operations, maintenance, (radioactive) waste management, decommissioning and clean-up. We have consistently delivered value and innovation to technically challenging and complex nuclear and environmental-related projects by offering multidisciplinary capabilities, technical expertise, proven processes and a commitment to regulatory compliance, health, safety and quality workmanship. Role Outline/Responsibilities: Client Overview: The current Jacobs Framework supports the Client in the following Discipline Areas: Project Management Project Engineering Quality Management & Engineering HSE Management & Engineering The Client owns and operates 8 nuclear, 2 coal and 1 gas-fired power stations, plus gas storage facilities, renewable assets and two administration offices. The coming together of the coal, gas and renewable assets with nuclear stations makes it the largest electricity supplier by volume and the biggest generator of low carbon electricity in Britain, providing 25% of the UK's total electricity. Role Overview: Project Managers are accountable to the PPM for successful delivery of all aspects of their assigned projects. Project(s) in Scope for this Role: Various Station projects Value: up to 17M Disciplines - mechanical / electrical / construction / C&I Project(s) Overview: Torness Power Station - Investment Delivery - is the delivery organisation of choice for the management and engineering associated with the Torness Medium Term Plan, Plant Lifetime Extension Programme and Minor Capital Investment. The Investment Delivery (Projects) Team consist of a Projects Portfolio Manager, Construction Manager, Quality Lead, HSE Lead, Project Managers, Project Engineers, Cost Control, Planners, Document Control and Project Office Support Personnel all working together to manage and deliver the portfolio on behalf of the Torness Engineering Manager. Torness are looking to recruit Project Managers to manage the portfolio needs of investment at the Nuclear Power Station. Core capability within mechanical / electrical / C&I engineering. Contract and supplier management. Scope: Full details of project(s) scope to be discussed at interview stage. Deliverables: All deliverables produced will be under the Client Investment Delivery (ID) processes and procedures. Completion of Client documentation required as part of the tasks assigned will be prepared in line with Client requirements and quality specifications and will feed in to appropriate milestones. The PM will be required to produce progress and accountability reports and to support the collation of wider programme publications. The PM will be required to support internal and external stakeholder interactions. Essential Traits: The candidate should have good leadership qualities, be highly motivated, well organised and capable of leading & working within a closely-knit team. They need to be able to respond well to the demands of working in the environment of nuclear. Be able to communicate, build relationships, be proactive and be part of a team. Success in the role will depend on a flexible working approach. Key Responsibilities: 1. environmental and quality standards, company procedures and policies and other relevant legislative and regulatory requirements. 2. Applying the company project controls standards and developing, maintaining, reporting and trending an accurate project baseline. 3. Securing, assigning and maintaining a project team containing all the resources required to successfully deliver the project, including specialist support staff. 4. Leading and coaching the project team members creating a positive team working environment. 5. Identifying and assessing risks and implementing effective risk mitigation strategies. 6.