Project Manager - Sub-Structures in London, London, United Kingdom

Project Manager - Sub Structure and Enabling

Job summary

The substructure PM is responsible for the effective leadership of multi-disciplinary teams and subcontractors maintaining an uncompromising commitment to safety and a collaborative approach to meet the design and construction programme the incentive target achieve exemplary quality and sustainability standards ensuring the correct resourcing and incentivisation.

Key responsibilities

1. Be responsible for both short form and long form report outlining the progress of the works, actual cost, forecast and highlighting any problems and issues for resolution. Attend progress meetings with Client
2. Responsible for the co-ordination between the construction, design, procurement and commercial departments to ensure the substructure sub-contracts are awarded and work started in accordance with the schedule of works.
3. To create a high performing substructure team through the setting of clear SMART targets via the team plan and complying with the performance management process for all team members.
4. Promote and deliver a collaborative environment throughout all members of the team including stakeholders and the supply chain. Establish and maintain site organisation and facilitate effective communications between the Employer's representatives
5. Receipt of instruction from the client Construction Manager. Ensure a clear understanding of levels of authority to receive instructions by the client Construction Manager or Supervisor and receipt of other contractual communication within the team and supply chain.
6. To ensure performance management process and ensure the appropriate training is planned and delivered.

Technical competencies

1. Have excellent communication skills (including presentation skills) in English, both written and verbal and the ability to report at both Project and Board level.
2. A good working knowledge of the:
3. Health & Safety at Work Act 1974,
4. Construction Health, Safety and Welfare Regulations 1996
5. Construction Design and Management Regulations 2007
6. Management of health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and
7. other relevant legislation
8. Be commercially astute with experience of project controls and delivery to budget.
9. NEC contract experience and advanced training.
10. Excellent organisation and people management/ team building skills.

Qualifications, Certifications & Experience

1. Be educated to degree or higher level or equivalent in a numerate discipline, typically an Engineering discipline. A lower educational level, typically HNC or HND may be acceptable where a very significant level of experience can be demonstrated.
2. Membership of an appropriate Professional body, typically Chartered member or Fellow of Institute of Civil Engineering or hold an equivalent professional status.
3. Computer skills - well developed IT skills including a working knowledge of BIM, Autocad, and the use of collaborative platforms.
4. Hold a CSCS Card and have undertaken the appropriate Safety for Managers training.
5. Demonstrate significant experience of complex station/transport interchange infrastructure build and employment in management roles on projects of similar scope and scale, within the construction industry.
6. Proven track record of delivering projects to time and budget, together with an exemplary safety, quality and sustainability record.
7. Previous experience of operating for major infrastructure clients typically, TfL and other UK or International organisations.
8. Experience of managing consents, utility suppliers and stakeholders.

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