About the opportunity:
- We deliver design, project management and asset management consultancy services to a wide range of clients across the Water sector, in the UK, Ireland and Europe. From feasibility studies and planning, to design, construction management and operations and maintenance, we bring together the talent and expertise necessary to deliver success, and we are proud of our extensive portfolio.
- Within our Water and Environment Operating Unit, the Water sector has vacancies for Senior Project Engineering Managers and Project Engineering Managers.
- Initially you may be managing projects in the water sector for water companies in a seconded position normally based within the Client's offices in the North West of England.
- Your responsibilities will include:
- Project management of water sector projects, in both clean and wastewater, including projects on live treatment works, networks and reservoirs.
- Leading multi-disciplinary teams undertaking notional solution development, estimating, liaising with stakeholders, preparing tender documentation, bid reviews and business case preparation.
- Our project engineering managers also take on roles within design & build teams partnering with a Contractor, managing technical discipline resources during the implementation, handover and closedown phases of projects with key focus on technical governance.
- Whether working within a Jacobs team, seconded into the client team or working as part of a delivery organisation, the role requires safe delivery of projects to meet budget, time and quality thresholds while also reflecting Jacobs Values.
- Taking responsibility for the safe delivery of projects to meet programme and budget requirements, whilst maintaining high quality standards.
- Managing multi-discipline teams.
- Contract administration, forecasting, schedule management, QA documentation.
- Ensuring the health, safety and wellbeing of your project team.
- Planning and scheduling work.
- Identifying and managing risk and change.
- Reporting on performance.
- Internal (Client) and external stakeholder management.
- Proven project management/delivery ability on water, wastewater or environmental projects.
- Degree in a related engineering discipline or project management.
- Able to operate autonomously, with authority, skilled in developing and building relationships.
- Excellent interpersonal skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Demonstrable knowledge of Health and Safety and Environment legislation including CDM and the actions required to achieve compliance.
- Experience in NEC3 ECC forms of contract.
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Successful candidates will be asked to complete a Baseline Personnel Security Standard Pre-Employment check and will be required to undergo various checks including: Identity, Right to Work; Employment/Education History and Criminal Record. If you are unable to meet this and any associated criteria, then your employment may be delayed or rejected.