PROJECT DIRECTOR - CONSTRUCTION

Job Description

The Company:

With experience across every sector, this business is a leading force in their industry and has the expertise and production capability to deliver high quality, cost effective buildings that meet the current and future needs of their users.

They operate across multiple sectors, delivering a comprehensive range of innovative solutions, operating in the MOD, Commercial, Retail, Hotel, Student Accommodation and Education sectors.

Across all of these sectors, their manufacturing and construction sites continually strive to find a better way of delivering high quality solutions that achieves their clients’ goals more efficiently, more affordably, and more effectively.

Role Purpose:

As Project Director you will be responsible for the overall leadership, direction, management and supervision of projects to achieve the best possible health and safety standards. You will be responsible for delivering projects to time, cost and quality targets and provide leadership and support to managing the delivery of projects liaising regularly with other department heads to ensure programme, specification and quality and cost objectives are achieved. Work closely with customers to manage the customer experience and journey.

Package and Hours:

  • Salary is negotiable, dependant on experience
  • Company car or car allowance
  • Medical cover
  • 33 days holiday
  • 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday to Thursday, 3:45pm finish on Friday

Key Responsibilities:

  • Lead the project team and manage the supply chain to deliver projects to time, meeting cost and quality targets.
  • Monitor and drive weekly progress and liaise with other department heads to resolve any delays or issues identified.
  • Ensure that a culture exists within the site construction team that guarantees the required quality of the build process is achieved.
  • Ensure safety targets and standards are maintained by knowing what safety excellence looks like and communicating safety to the project team to deliver high standards.
  • Foster a continuous improvement culture by actively seeking input from all members of the project team and encouraging them to implement safety improvements.
  • Proactively manage the customer relationship during delivery, including change and decision making to effectively manage expectations, and maintain long-term relationships.
  • Communication of a clear vision and strategy the project delivery team in order to deliver contracts in line with contract programmes and cost plans.
  • Effective Resourcing – plan skill requirements and own the resourcing for assigned projects, being supported by HR.
  • Project Set-up and Close-Out: set up quality processes in line with quality and factory manager, oversee problem resolution and snagging with focus on alignment of cost, scope and timescale from project start-up.
  • Programme Management: proactively manage and monitor programmes throughout the factory, installation, commissioning and handover.
  • Effective people management: build and manage the team around you, providing constructive feedback and inspiring others to progress.
  • Ability to take ownership of projects whilst having the backing of a supportive team and working closely with the CEO.
  • Aligning performance targets to business objectives, driving critical business areas such as Safety, Quality, Programme, Delivery and People.

Essential Experience Required:

  • Strong leadership skills
  • 10 years’ experience in Contract/Project management and contract administration
  • MCIOB or equivalent – We will also consider applicants qualified through experience
  • Broad knowledge of building regulations and construction methods
  • Strong commercial awareness
  • Strong working knowledge of prevailing health and safety legislation and practise
  • Highly organised and able to coordinate a large team of contractors and consultants
  • Full UK driving licence
  • Able to work as part of a team as well as being an effective manager
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Required Experience:  

  • The individual will have a well-established record within the Off-Site sector and will have expert knowledge of key sectors such as Education, Healthcare, Defence, etc.
  • Experience in working with senior management to align sales strategies and solutions.
  • Must have experience of working in a corporate/business focused environment.
  • Preferably educated to degree level, but not essential.

Commutable from Mansfield, Worksop, Nottingham, Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster, Grantham, Newark on Trent, Lincoln, Sleaford

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  • Negotiable Salary
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The Company:

With experience across every sector, this business is a leading force in their industry and has the expertise and production capability to deliver high quality, cost effective buildings that meet the current and future needs of their users.

They operate across multiple sectors, delivering a comprehensive range of innovative solutions, operating in the MOD, Commercial, Retail, Hotel, Student Accommodation and Education sectors.

Across all of these sectors, their manufacturing and construction sites continually strive to find a better way of delivering high quality solutions that achieves their clients’ goals more efficiently, more affordably, and more effectively.

Package and Hours:

  • Salary is negotiable, dependant on experience
  • Car allowance
  • Medical cover
  • 33 days holiday
  • 8:30am – 5:00pm, Monday to Thursday, 3:45pm finish on Friday

Role Purpose:

Being a senior position within the company the Contracts Manager has to ensure that Projects are managed effectively from inception to completion.

  • To manage the project teams, including clients, designers, consultants, employees and sub-contractors.
  • Ensure projects are run to programme with effective commercial delivery of the construction projects ensuring that projects are technically compliant.
  • To ensure safe delivery of construction projects and ensuring that the projects are handed to a high-quality standard, defect free.

Essential Experience Required:

  • Proven track record in delivering large projects
  • Effective team leader
  • Ability to plan and programme projects from inception to completion

Key Responsibilities:

Manage the project teams including clients, designers, consultants, employees and sub-contractors

  • Ensure full understanding of the project design, tender and contract
  • Arrange regular meetings with stakeholders to ensure co-ordination, understanding and responsibilities
  • Work closely with the Commercial Department on all aspects of delivery.
  • Have regular dialogue with the project team to ensure our commercial and construction position is not compromised

Ensure Projects are run to programme

  • Produce a comprehensive programme to effectively manage the whole project
  • To monitor progress on a weekly/monthly basis and where necessary take action to prevent slippage / recover lost time

Effective commercial delivery of the construction projects

  • Identify required levels of resourcing for successful enactment of projects and support for future business
  • Give clear direction as required within the Team, as regards day to day business activity
  • Take the lead in the resolution of any cost, design or methodology issues to ensure smooth manufacture and construction
  • Liaise with and support all suppliers and sub-contractors as necessary
  • Provide necessary information and coordination to other teams to ensure efficient implementation of projects

Effective safe delivery of the construction project

  • Disseminate safe working practices to the construction team and ensure the high standard of Health & Safety ethos is maintained at all times
  • Arrange with the Health & Safety Department regular site visits and to ensure any observations / actions are closed out in a timely manner
  • Ensure the company ethos is passed down to their supply chain partners

Ensure technical compliance of the product offering

  • Build and maintain good communications within all relevant areas of client, consultant and suppliers. Gain full understanding of the mechanics of the client and team process and dynamics
  • Ensure full evaluation of the client requirement. Ensure risks are identified and eliminated from company activities
  • Ensure close liaison with the Design Department and consultants to ensure any queries are properly recorded and closed out

Commutable from Mansfield, Worksop, Nottingham, Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster, Grantham, Newark on Trent, Lincoln, Sleaford

 

A Senior Contracts Manager is required to join a continually growing, reputable Structural Steel company on a permanent basis. With an ability to see a project through from start to finish, the suitable Candidate will be responsible for managing all contracts for which they are responsible; negotiating sub-contract orders, monitoring sub-contracted work, as well as, start to finish project planning, costing and performing site visits and quantity surveys.

Benefits for the Contracts Manager:

  • Company phone
  • Company laptop
  • Permanent position
  • Autonomy over workload
  • A negotiable salary

Essential Skills of the Contracts Manager:

  • Project / Contract managing experience > 5 years
  • Engineering background in Rail
  • Experience working with Structural steel
  • An ability to understand complex contracts
  • IT literate
  • Ability to perform Quantity Surveys on Steelwork confidently
  • Reading Engineer drawings involving steel
  • Full understanding of Network Rail rules & procedures
  • Full UK Driving license
  • Subcontractors experience would be advantageous

This exciting opportunity Is suitable for candidates who are organised, structured, and capable of meeting deadlines as well as overcoming challenges. Although predominantly office based, travelling to sites will be required. Commutable from Nottingham, Derby, Loughborough, Burton on Trent. Apply Today or contact Sacha on 01213214311 for more information.

 

We are a well-respected employer within the heavy engineering sector and are seeking to recruit proven Welder Fabricator, to join our team. 

Benefits: 

In return for your Welding & Fabrication skills and experience, we offer a starting salary in the region of £25K, Plus Paid Overtime at Premium Rates, Enhanced Sick Pay Scheme, Company Pension & Stable Working Environment as we are a Key Worker Specific Sector.

Duties of a Welder Fabricator 

As a proven Welder Fabricator you will be required to undertake both Installation and maintenance across our plant, which will require you to have experience of undertaking TIG and ideally Coded welding skills working with an array of materials.
 
Requirements of a Welder Fabricator    

Ideally you will hold formal Apprenticeship, however must hold either a City & Guilds Level C / 3 or NVQ 3 Standard qualification in Welding or Mechanical Engineering. 

This is a great opportunity to move your career into a straight day working role, where you will not only gain an incredible benefits package, but also be secure in the knowledge that you will be in a stable working environment and classified as a Key Worker . 

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1999 - 2020 Celebrating 21 Years of Pipe Fitter Welder Recruitment Excellence

 

£32,000 - £ 36,000 (neg for the right person) + 25 Days holidays + DAYS + Fantastic stability and progression

We have a fabulous opportunity available for a Production Manager. This role is permanent days.

They have continued to manufacture during these difficult times, and are so busy now, that they need a Production Manager to strengthen their team.

This Company has been established for many many years.  They pride themselves on delivering superb products and services and they can offer you a stable, long term and enjoyable career.

DUTIES

  • You will have responsibility for controlling Production in your designated area
  • Ensure Production and Quality targets are met
  • Ensure processes are operating to budget
  • You will be actively involved with maintaining and improving plant operating efficiencies
  • Staff allocation
  • Identification of training needs
  • Training and discipline
  • Responsible for introduction of new processes from Research and Development into Production
  • Introduction of continuous improvements
  • Running Process Improvement Groups
  • Customer visits
  • Provide support to Sales teams and external customer visits
  • Involvement with Production Planning

REQUIREMENTS

  • Ideally, you will be educated to Degree standard in either Chemistry or Engineering
  • Experience of Production Management
  • Ideally, you will have gained your experience from within Chemistry or Pharmaceutical type of environment
  • Excellent planning knowledge
  • Strong people Management skills
  • A good knowledge of Quality and environmental systems would be helpful
  • Happy to work permanent days

You will be joining a busy, well established organisation, guaranteeing you a long term career.