Project Director

  • Location

    England, England

  • Sector:

    Building, Construction and Infrastructure

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  • Salary:

    £100000 - £120000 per annum + package

  • Contact:

    Paul Stroud

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  • Published:

    8 months ago

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Job Purpose

  • SET A POSITIVE EXAMPLE of the company, through "Values and Behaviours",
  • ACT AS A ROLE MODEL to the team to ensure these "Values and Behaviours" are embedded throughout the project.
  • DRIVE the Successful delivery of Projects in accordance with the Company's Procedures, Management Systems and Performance Targets.
  • Create and Build suitably experienced Project teams for the benefit of the Company and the Project.
  • SUPPORT the Directors and the Board to build the Business in accordance with the "Strategy Plan"
  • LEAD the development of Client and Supply Chain Relationships.

Health, Safety & Environment

Develop a culture of safety on projects through the absolute commitment to the Zero Accidents target and ethos.

Develop a wider awareness of environmental issues and demonstrate commitment to achieving Zero Environmental Breaches.

Use the requirements of the SMS and EMS as a minimum standard to be achieved within projects, seeking improvements where practicable.

Ensure that staff receive or have access to safety and environmental management systems and polices and are kept informed of all developments and issues.

Ensure that the staffs receive suitable training appropriate to their roles and requirements of the safety and environmental Procedures and management systems.

Principal Duties & Accountabilities (8-12max)

  • Establish the Project Execution Plan and set up the project organisation for its implementation
  • Create and develop successful project teams.
  • Manage, supervise, train and mentor the project team to enable them to optimise their work contribution
  • Set targets to measure performance, and drive continuous improvement
  • Deliver performance in accordance with targets and procedures
  • Manage the process in a manner which enhances the reputation of the company and increases prospects for future work.
  • Develop potential future work opportunities through relationships with clients, suppliers and members of the construction community.
  • Keep abreast of developments in professional field
  • Implement an improvement process on the project to identify best practice, implement improvements, gather and feedback knowledge and inform the team how knowledge may be accessed.
  • Adherence to policies and procedures, including formal appointments as required.

Job Facts & Figures

Major Project

  • Assume role as Construction manager responsible for:
  • Budgets £100m +
  • Staff between 20 and 100

Medium Sized Project

  • Assume responsibility for entire project
  • Budgets up to £100m
  • Staff between 30 and 60

Smaller Project

  • Assume responsibility for between 5 and 10 projects
  • Budgets up to £20m
  • Staff between 20 and 60