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Project Manager

United Kingdom
Closing date
11 Apr 2024

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Construction / Built Environment
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Function
Project Manager
Project Manager. New residential site. Commutable from N.I.

Your new company

A Building & Civil Engineering Contractor working throughout Ireland and based in Newry, County Down is currently seeking to employ a Project Manager to bolster their stable management team. This company works in several key sectors, including Residential, Healthcare, Education and Civil Engineering / Groundworks. This company, pride themselves on their expert delivery of projects and, having just been awarded multiple schemes for 2024 and beyond, with an order book of GBP100+ million, are now recruiting a Project Manager to facilitate their growing order book. This company has recently expanded into new markets and business sectors, particularly in residential projects, inclusive of housing and apartment blocks amongst other specialist areas, and has gained a reputation as a leading and reputable contractor who delivers quality-assured solutions to a wide-ranging customer base.

Your new role

With multiple projects starting across the country, your role will see you travel no further than 1 hr & 15 mins from Newry. This role will see you based on site, initially on one of their residential projects, and you will be tasked with managing and coordinating the onsite activities, communicating with clients to cultivate and maintain good relationships and assisting in the development and implementation of action plans to enable proper time, resource and process management Duties will include be not be limited to:Heavy civils, mass excavations, piling, contig wall, secant wall, basement construction, dewatering, coordination of foundations/services, radon to substructure level, RC Frame construction, deep drainage, domestic drainage, roads, streetlighting and all finishing/ landscaping works. • Utility company coordination • Road opening licence applications, bonds, road permits• Taking in charge of local authorities • Procurement of materials• Management and scheduling of in-house plant & labour along with all other relevant supply chain management • Management and supervision of all site/section engineers • Reporting to operations director on project deliverables

What you'll need to succeed

To succeed in this role, the ideal candidate will have a degree in civil or construction engineering as well as having a minimum of 2 years of relevant experience working in a similar role in the construction industry. A knowledge of NEC contracts is desirable, but applicants with other good, relevant experience should not be deterred from applying. You will be required to have strong skills in liaising and coordinating with design teams, proven experience of managing sub tiers and proven experience coordinating and managing in house plant and labour, ensuring commercial viability. This role will require strong commercial awareness, attention to detail and change and management of a busy site.

What you'll get in return

This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a local NI based contractor who offers a highly attractive package which will be negotiable based on your experience in similar roles and projects. This will include a vehicle as well as other benefits and healthcare. With travel no more than and 90 minutes from Newry, this is an ideal role for anyone in the local areas. This role will also offer you a long-term career path with the position only becoming available due to increased workload. You will also be privy to standard construction benefits including holidays, pension and sick pay and a development plan for further progression within the company.

What you need to do now

If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Chris McNamara on the number below. If this job isn't quite right for you, but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career. #

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