Project Manager (Gas) - £55k - £70k + company car + pension
Your new companyThe UK's largest energy systems services organisation helps to supply gas all over the UK to homes and businesses, including heavy industries and power stations.
Your new roleDue to a growing team and new projects coming soon, the organisation is recruiting experienced project managers to join their team and work towards preparing the infrastructure for the net-zero future.As a project manager, you are responsible for delivering different construction projects to time, specification and cost, making sure health, safety, quality and environmental issues are managed from customer requirements through development to delivery and closure. You will execute and develop NEC contract strategies to ensure the successful completion of projects and manage the third party performances through contractual KPI's, EWN's and CE's. The ideal candidate will create and evaluate project plans, finding key tasks and possible project improvements, as well as finding and handling project threats to develop and execute contingency plans. You will produce cost estimates, tender documents and review contractor proposals.This is a remote role with travel to site when required along the East Coast.What you'll need to succeedThis role requires you to have strong interpersonal, communication and stakeholder management skills as you will be maintaining cross-functional relationships with key stakeholders and making sure their expectations and needs are met and considered throughout the project. You will know how to handle key project management principles like quality, cost, risk, time and have experience using project management tools.This role involves commercial management, and you will have experience of managing costs, financial forecasting and reporting, and tender and procurement. It is also essential that you have experience with NEC3/4 contracting and contract options and clauses.You are required to have a degree or equivalent in Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. Project management qualification/ degree is desirable, but not essential. The ideal project manager is expected to have either highways, water, rail or utilities background.What you'll get in return- Salary: £55,000 - £70,000 (DOE)- Company Car- Excellent career progression opportunity- 28 days paid holiday + Stats- 18% Pension- Great company culture- Travel and accommodation expenses paidWhat you need to do nowIf you're interested in this role, click apply now to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.If this job isn't quite right for you, but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion about your career.