Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
£50 - £60 per hour
about 2 months ago
We are currently looking for a Project Manager for our client for the upgrade of Electrical works at a water pumping station in West Suffolk.
Part time hours: This is initially required for 16 hours (2 days) per month from September 2020 until November 2020.
During the Design & Build phase, the Project Manager will be required for 16 hours (2 days) per week from December 2020 until May 2022.
Finally, through the defects period, the hours will be 16 hours (2 days) per month from October 2022 until September 2023.
Candidates must have professional membership of a recognised and appropriate chartered institute.
Must hold a valid CSCS card
NEC Contract accreditation
Must have a minimum of 10 years of practical lead ECC PM experience (not as an assistant ECC PM)
Overseeing construction activity on a large multi-disciplinary project, preferably in a Design and Build environment.
Understanding of construction processes, construction detailing and ordering of works on site.
Must have experience of flood risk management projects and overseeing construction.
Confidence and ability to resolve minor issues satisfactorily on site.
Confidence and ability to escalate issues in the right manner, where appropriate.
Awareness of potential issues (including site specific mitigation, local residents' concerns, consultee comments)
Proactive liaison and communication skills (verbal, written and graphic) to communicate with all members of the project team and stakeholders in a professional manner that positively represents the Client.
Able to advise the Client of any potential design and/or construction impacts in advance
Understanding of contractual roles and responsibilities of all parties involved in the construction process and to be a good team player
Proven ability to produce good quality documentation
Able to evaluate information in order to assess the impact and contractual mitigation.
Able to work under own initiative to quickly and effectively resolve issues/queries, but also recognise when assistance is required.