Project Manager in Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom

Do you want to join a company voted as a 'Great Place to Work' by its employees? Do you have a passion for doing things differently? Do you want to be part of an ambitious and tight knit team working on some of the most exciting infrastructure projects in the world?

BTTC is currently looking for an experienced Project Manager to join our business to support our continued growth.

Who we are

BTTC is a high-performance infrastructure project consultancy founded on the principle that our industry can deliver projects ‘better through total collaboration’. We are passionate about what we do and how we do it. We are looking for people to join our team who share our passion and align with our vision of ‘transforming the infrastructure industry’.

What we offer

At BTTC, our people are our greatest asset, and we prioritise investing in their success. We are thrilled that we have recently been accredited as a ‘Great Place to Work’, receiving an impressive score of 97% from our employees. This recognition reflects our ongoing efforts to foster a workplace culture that values and supports our employees.

We place a huge emphasis on the training and development of our people. We are proud to offer a work culture that encourages personal and professional development, provides ample opportunities for career advancement, and rewards hard work and dedication. We offer full support towards professional chartership and other professional qualifications, so you can continue to grow and excel in your career. We value the open and honest environment we have cultivated, where you will be surrounded by like-minded people who will support, celebrate, and challenge you.

We work on some of the most exciting infrastructure projects in the world, with projects based across the UK and North America. This means we can offer you potential international opportunities so you can see the world while you work.

Join us at BTTC and experience first-hand what it's like to be part of a team that values and invests in their people.

The Role and Key Responsibilities

We are seeking a highly skilled and motivated Rail Infrastructure Project Manager to join our team in a client-side role. As the Project Manager, you will be responsible for overseeing and managing rail infrastructure projects from inception to completion, ensuring successful delivery within scope, budget, and timeline.

Key Responsibilities

  • Develop and implement comprehensive project plans, considering all aspects of rail infrastructure development, including tracks, stations, and associated facilities.
  • Collaborate with various stakeholders, including clients, government authorities, engineering teams, and contractors, to ensure effective communication and alignment of project goals.
  • Monitor project budgets, allocate resources efficiently, and identify cost-saving opportunities while maintaining project quality.
  • Identify potential risks and challenges in the project lifecycle and develop strategies to mitigate and manage them effectively.
  • Implement and oversee quality assurance processes to ensure that the rail infrastructure meets industry standards and client expectations.
  • Monitor project timelines and milestones, proactively addressing any delays and implementing strategies to keep the project on schedule.
  • Provide regular updates and reports to clients, highlighting project progress, challenges, and solutions.
  • Oversee contracts with external vendors and contractors, ensuring compliance with terms and conditions.
  • Ensure that all rail infrastructure projects adhere to relevant regulatory requirements and safety standards.
  • Identify opportunities for process improvement and innovation within the project management framework.

Essential

  • Proven experience in managing infrastructure projects from conception to completion.
  • Achieved or working towards a recognised Project Management Qualification

Desirable

  • Business development and strategic development experience is advantageous.
  • Knowledge of GRIP
  • Knowledge of PACE
  • In depth knowledge and experience in rail infrastructure projects

Qualifications and Educational Requirements

  • Educated to degree level within a relevant engineering discipline or equivalent experience.

Package

  • Car allowance
  • 20% annual performance incentivisation scheme
  • Up to 6% pension contribution Double matched at up to 12%
  • 28 days annual leave plus bank holidays
  • Private health and life assurance
  • Enhanced Sick / Maternity / Paternity Pay
  • Hybrid working
  • Two paid volunteer days per year
  • ‘Mental health first’ culture
  • Funding for further learning and development
  • Regular team social events
  • Referral scheme
  • International opportunities

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