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Project Manager

Booth Welsh Ltd
Closing date
13 Dec 2021

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Contract Type
Full Time
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We have an new vacancy to add a Project Manager to the team based on one of our sites in Ayrshire.

We can offer this role on either a full time permanent salary basis or a long term contract basis on an hourly rate.

Ideally someone that has process industry experience working within a consultant engineering basis on either Pharma, Chemical, Distillery, Food and Bev etc

Please see below for full job description.

Project Manager responsibilities will include:

• Implementation of projects on site from initial scope development through to implementation, including detailed design, construction and commissioning.

• Apply department standards in cost control / forecasting, contract adherance and Health and Safety requirements.

• Adherence to the Management of Change process throughout the project life cycle.

• Development and preparation of relevant project design and construction documentation as befits a project within a complex chemical site.

• Application of engineering project management principles to allow appropriate implementation of projects, including supervision and performance management of contractors and liaison with authorities as necessary.

• Defining and monitoring relevant project plans to ensure activities are performed as planned and taking corrective action as required.

• Detailed planning of projects with respect to time, resources and costs and monitoring throughout the project life cycle to ensure the project is fully resourced in all aspects.

• Reporting on status and progress to leadership as appropriate.

• Working closely with Operations and Maintenance to monitor and optimise the efficiency, output and quality of the installation.

• Liaising with the engineering community within site.

• Demonstrating a proactive approach towards Health and Safety management (risk assessments, PHRA, HAZOP and Safestart).

The successful candidate will be a graduate with an appropriate engineering degree, preferably Mechanical or Process Engineering, and a minimum of 5 years relevant industrial experience. Other essential behaviours are being flexible, team player, good communication, problem solving and organisational skills
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