£50,000 - £55,000 + company car/car allowance
Are you a Site agent or Assistant Project Manager eager to take full responsibility on the delivery of rail projects? Perhaps your current company can’t offer you the resounding mentorship, progression opportunities, and long-term exciting workload that this internationally renowned main contractor can? If you describe yourself as someone with ambition to succeed and can demonstrate previous success across Signalling and Telecoms rail projects, then read on!
What better way is there to gain momentum in your career as Project Manager then to take lead on well-known projects valued anywhere between £300k right up to £40million? Acting as the leading figurehead to drive your team to success, you can expect to be at the forefront of Signalling and Telecoms works across the LNW region.
This is not just a Project Management position to lead a few projects and move on, it’s a position where the company will nurture your career, and support your progression with funded training, and the promise of a phenomenal, long-term workload.
What is expected of you as Project Manager?
- You will use your excellent communication skills to work collaboratively with the Commercial, Planning, Design, Estimating and Work Winning teams. On top of this, you will build fantastic relationships with the client, including their Programme Managers and Project Managers.
- You will lead and mentor a team of Construction Managers, Supervisors and Site engineers.
- You will conduct occasional site visits to present important elements of work, conduct client tours, and staff development exercises.
- You will act as a key representative for the company at client meetings, stakeholder engagements, design reviews and monthly reviews and forecasting.
- You will use your technical knowledge to look at the buildability, ECI, Programming, efficiencies, HSQE and pricing perspective of projects.
An internationally renowned contractor, this company’s name is recognisable throughout the engineering world, and they’re reputed for successful work on large scale civil engineering and construction projects. They value themselves on giving employees the highest standard of ongoing training and support, continually developing skills with regular performance and development reviews. This ensures that whatever level you join this business at, you can guarantee you’ll be on the right path to achieving your future career goals.
Renumeration and Benefits:
A fantastic benefits package is available consisting of £50,000 - £55,000 basic salary per annum, plus company car or car allowance, 25 days plus bank holiday, matched pension, and health insurance.
Additionally, you will receive development opportunities as part of an organisation who pride themselves on mentoring its employees to their maximum potential, meaning you’ll consistently reap benefits of a long-term prosperous career.
To succeed in this role, it is a given you’ll be a rail professional who’s took a technical route up to either Site Agent, Assistant Project Manager, or Project manager and you will have a weighty amount of knowledge in S&T disciplines.
You must be a natural leader, who can professionally build relationships across all levels, and you will be driven your own, and your team’s success.
Main contractor experience will be a massive benefit in this position, however if you come from a consultancy background and have an impressive portfolio of S&T projects then you’ll still be a great contender. A HND/HNC/BSc in Civil Engineering, Electrical, or electronic mechanical is ideal however, solid Project Management experience without a qualification will also be considered.
I want to hear from you ASAP to ensure you don’t miss out! You can either apply directly or email your CV to Nicole.email@example.com. Following your application, shortlisted candidates will be contacted for an initial telephone interview.
Ganymede is committed to creating a diverse workforce and is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of age, disability, gender, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation