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Project Manager – Water

  • £55,000 - £70,000 + Package
  • Civil Engineering
  • London

Project Manager

Water

Rickmansworth, Hertfordshire

£55,000 – £70,000 + Package 

About the company

My client is a tier one main contractor who works worldwide, they are a leading name within infrastructure, utilities, and rail turning over £1B. The company is 5 years into their 10-year growth plan, they are looking to turnover £2B by 2025, it is a very exciting time for the company. They specialise in rail, water, gas, power, highways, and construction. Due to their high profile and high standard of work they are working on contracts such as HS2, CP6, and Thames Water (AMP7).

About the role:

Reporting directly to the Senior Engineering Manager, working on water and Civil Engineering projects. As a “Project Manager”, you will be overseeing a team of engineers from the design stage right the way through to the completion of projects. The type of works you will be working on will be water infrastructure on Thames Water AMP7.

Some of the key duties include:

  • Establish and promote best practices in health, safety, and environmental matters in conjunction with the HSQE department.
  • Take a personal interest in identifying, coaching, and developing key staff.
  • Provide operational, strategic, and contractual advice and service to bid preparation and project management when associated with design management and engineering.
  • You will also manage a Design Consultant.
  • Leasing between the Design Consultant & the Delivery Team.

The Benefits of the role 

  • You will be in a very senior role working with a team with lots of experience within the water industry. On top of that, you will be rewarded with a very competitive salary of £55,000 – £70,000 + 10% company bonus, 27 days annual leave and £8000 car allowance.

About the Requirements:

To be considered for this role, individuals must have a strong background within the water industry, especially infrastructure, and this must have been gained whilst working for a contractor in the UK. I will need somebody who is degree qualified in Civil Engineering, candidates must be able to demonstrate the stability of employment throughout their career. Furthermore, individuals must have strong management skills, knowledge of relevant utilities/health and safety policies and procedures and it is imperative. On top of this, it’s essential you have experience managing design consultants.

About Me

I am Daniel Cranston! Having been with Cityscape Recruitment for four years I’ve established and grown the Civil Engineering desk working within highways, utilities & Rail (infrastructure and maintenance). Over this time, I have built a strong selection of clients ranging from tier one main contractors through to privately owned smaller subcontractors. I cover I variety of white-collar opportunities ranging from operational, commercial, SHEQ or pre construction positions.

What does this mean for you?

I have a great understanding of the industry and what benefits each company can offer to improve your career, I will give you balanced and fair opinions on each contractor. The fact I work with such a variety of businesses means you can find out for yourself what the industry is truly like and by the end of it find yourself the best possible and tailored opportunity.

What if this opportunity isn’t what you are looking for?

If the above opportunity isn’t quite what you are looking for then please do still get in touch but give me a phone call. The industry at the moment is flying with positivity and I always seem to have a great selection of opportunities across Civil Engineering to discuss.