Senior Project Manager
A47 (Peterborough to Norfolk)
Highways England Scheme
Competative (car allowance/Car, Pension)
A main contractor who’s renowned for significant investment into their employees, have a brilliant opportunity for a Senior Project Manager to join their business in the Highways division working on multiple schemes along the A47 running from Peterborough to Norfolk with a combined construction value more than £250m, you can guarantee you’ll be joining an award-winning company which will provide you with a fulfilling career and a successful future.
This company have seen tremendous growth over the last few years, becoming one of the most recognisable contractors in the Highways sector. Having earnt a status as a contractor who deliver work with the utmost speed and quality, their clients consistently award them heaps of work.
My client is one of the Delivery Integration Partners (DIP) on the Regional Delivery Partnership Framework (RDP) with Highways England and have been awarded multiple schemes along the A47 running from Peterborough to Norfolk with a combined construction value in excess of £250m. The framework will see them firmly invest in the region through to 2025 and beyond, so we are looking for a talented Senior Project Manager to assist us in the Detailed Design/ECI phase on these schemes and then moving from detailed design into construction from late 2022. The projects range from construction of new dual carriageways, roundabouts, junction improvements and interchanges with a series of structures all delivered in partnership with Highways England and SWECO
What is expected of me as Senior Project Manager?
Plan, prepare and facilitate collaborative workshops as and when required
Interview, select and onboard staff in line with the resource profile for the Scheme;
With the support of the Commercial Team ensure the selection and timely appointment of the best Supply Chain partners
Ensure all pre-commencement and regulatory requirements are discharged prior to work commencing.
Plan and prepare for delivery of the Scheme throughout the project lifecycle.
Ensure a Temporary Works Coordinator is appointed and ensure all Temporary Works requirements are understood and designed in a timely manner.
Lead the project team in stakeholder communication and management
Lead the project team in delivering our commitments, including community engagement, Employment & Skills, Innovations and through working groups.
Engage with sector leadership to promote the project and company including through external awards, professional lectures, trade press articles and site visits.
Ensure the project teams are provided with adequate resource and training to enable compliance with company procedures and current legislation
Ensure close relationships are developed and maintained with key suppliers
For this position, the company is offering a basic salary £75,000 + per annum dependant on experience, the choice of a company car or car allowance, 28 days holiday + bank holidays with two optional charity days and the option to buy more holidays, pension contributions,
On top of this generous package, you can expect to join a company that truly take extra care with their employees and have a proven track record of rewarding people in their career.
It is a given that you’ll have acted as a Senior Project Manager project within a main contractor environment.
Ideally, you’ll be somebody with clear, long-term career goals as the culture is a driven environment that persuades people to move up the ladder.
- Prince 2 / APM / ILM
- HNC/Degree Civil Engineering
- Membership of a professional institution
- HE Safety Passport and Common Induction
- Viewpoint/ Fieldview
You can either apply directly or email your CV to email@example.com or call me on 07818411165.
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