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Project Manager - Civils

Employer
Rullion Limited
Location
London
Salary
500.00 - 650.00 GBP Daily
Closing date
11 Apr 2024

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Project Manager - Civils

Location: London with regular site visits required and hybrid working arrangements available

500.00pd PAYE ( days holiday) or Up to 6500.00pd via approved Umbrella inside IR35

Initial CED 31/12/2024

Job Purpose / Overview

The Project Team is a growing, diverse and collaborative organisation committed to engaging stakeholders, triggering development consent and preparing the project for the start of construction. The Engineering & Technical function within the Civil Works Programme (CWP) is an integral part of this project, responsible for the:


Definition of the design, engineering, and technical requirements;
Leadership of the delivery of all CWP design (from requirements definition to acceptance), including management of the Engineering & Technical budget and associated resources and supply chain to deliver the design to the CWP Delivery teams.
Integration of constructability requirements and design integration within the Civil Works Programme and with Site Establishment and Offsite Infrastructure


The Engineering & Technical Project Manager will be part of the Engineering & Technical function within the Civil Works Programme. They will be responsible for managing the costs and schedule within their scope area, with focus on the following: Engineering & Technical budget; L3 Design Supply Chain Contracts; Co-ordinating with Commercial & Procurement Teams on current and future contracts and Schedule.
The Engineering & Technical Project Manager will collaborate with the be supported by the Engineering Manager and Design Manager with their provision of the technical requirements and technical solutions for the scope area.



Principal Accountabilities

Responsible for the management of the Engineering and Technical budget in their specific scope area and manage budgets within delegated authorities.
Responsible for the schedule of the Engineering & Technical scope in their specific scope area, supported by the Engineering & Technical schedulers. Ensuring that the Design Schedule is updated to support planning of the L3 Design Supply Chain Deliverables and ultimately ensure that Execution Design Ready (EDR) is available to support timely construction and meet the Construction Need Dates.
Responsible for managing changes to cost and schedule through the SZC Change Management process, including WACC and ROTC for their specific scope area.
Responsible for the management of L3 Design Supply Chain Contracts following Signature of Contract including the use of CEMAR for managing the L3 Design Supply Chain claims and variations.
Responsible for engaging with the L3 Design Supply Chain with Procurement to outline and prepare the Design procurement process.
Co-ordinate with Civil Works Alliance and the other programmes (NI, CIBOP, SEOI) on the Design Delivery schedule and associated milestone logic.

Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications, Experience

Essential
Ability to manage and work to budget and programme, to control costs and manage change control processes.
Established and practical skill and experience across concept design, detailed design and construction stages, including management of design phases, in:
o heavy civil engineering structures, including reinforced concrete and structural steel, and familiarity with current design standards and working practices (British Standards); and/or
o external works, including drainage, utilities, paved and unpaved surfaces, earthworks, access and accessibility, construction logistics and familiarity with current UK design standards and working practices; and/or
o managing complex multi-disciplinary designs and teams, including integration, design and delivery management.
Experience in, and a desire to provide, technical leadership and collaboration within a technically orientated delivery team
Experience of working with, and managing, focused technical teams including management of suppliers
Experience of working on multi-discipline projects
Proven experience effectively managing stakeholders, both internal and external, both technically and commercially
Ability to communicate and engage effectively at a range of levels: Management Team, stakeholders, design delivery teams, third party authorisers etc


Desirable
Experience in the nuclear sector, particularly in the design and implementation of safety-related structures, systems and components

Qualifications & Experience
Essential
Honours Degree in Civil or Structural Engineering or equivalent
Chartered Engineer (MICE or MIStructE) or working towards chartership

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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