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Project Manager

  • Location: Belgium
  • Sector: International
  • Position: Project Manager
  • Salary: £50000 - £80000 per annum + Food Allowance + Flights + Accommodation
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: CBPSRI001_1527583995
This vacancy has now expired.
Job description

The successful candidate will have a proven track record and experience of major high spec fit out projects (data centres would be ideal) and be willing to travel on a single status with regular flights home (twice monthly) and will receive a generous benefits package including base salary, daily food allowance, accommodation, flights, monthly salary top up, health and pension scheme and performance related bonus. Not to mention the opportunity to work for a very well respected company and be involved in a major blue chip project for the next 24 months+

The Project Manager will report into the Construction Director / Regional Manager and be responsible for managing the project team including design and supply chain to ensure safe delivery of project(s) on time and within budget to stated quality and client's satisfaction.

Key Accountabilities:
* Achieve performance against contract budget, programme, quality and health and safety.
* Plan and manage project satisfactorily through to retention release.
* Create team spirit and develop project staff.
* Protection of the company's contractual position.

Key Tasks:
1. Ensure commercial procedures are implemented.

2. Implementation of all Company safety and health and quality procedures and ensure statutory and legislative compliance.

3. Prepare contract budget in conjunction with profit centre Surveyor and ensure it is kept up to date. Regularly monitor performance and act when necessary to improve performance.

4. Ensure the project is properly planned and programmed.

5. Ensure all relevant information is collated, reviewed and actioned at regular contract review meetings. Attend client / consultant meetings, prepare and respond to the requirements of the meeting.

6. Ensure verbal instructions are confirmed in accordance with contract conditions.

7. Maintain regular contact with existing clients, known consultants, contractors, sub-contractors and suppliers.

8. Authorise placing of sub-contractor and supplier orders in accordance with the Limit of Authority document.

9. Ensure all necessary resources are in place to meet contract programme.

10. Recruitment and management of site personnel in line with Company HR Policies and procedures.

11. Take overall responsibility for the project until end of defects liability period (retention release).

12. Develop contract programme, establish sequence and timing of operations necessary for the completion of the work.

13. Sub-contractor selection, appointment, management and agreement of final account.

14. Ensure delays are properly recorded under the contract to ensure contractual entitlement.