Project Manager (EJGIPPM01) Much Hadham, England

Salary: GBP50000 - GBP60000 per annum + + car allowance

Project Manager – Little Hadham

The Company
Our client are a leading Utilities and Infrastructure business who are going through an exciting period of investment, growth and change. Due to the growth of their business, they are looking to recruit Project Managers at various levels across their public and private networks business to help deliver work across the UKPN and SPN region. Work will involve substation construction works, HV new connections, underground and overhead cabling and diversion projects, predominantly covering 11-33KV works.

The Role

Job Purpose
To act in the capacity of a Project Manager/Authorised Person in accordance with the electricity supply industry Model Distribution Safety Rules (MDSR). Ensuring the safe, timely and cost-effective delivery of your allocated projects, assigning suitably trained, authorised and equipped team members. Managing the portfolio of projects will require innovative solutions, fully utilising commercial and project management techniques to secure safe delivery to the satisfaction of both internal and external stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities
• Manage projects to the highest safety standards
• Deliver the project at the expected level of safety, quality, performance and cost - continuation of work.
• Act as the site management interface between, customer’s staff and other service providers, ensuring resolution of site issues and project success.
• Responsible for customer service and being actively involved in working with and delivering customer-facing initiatives, cultivating positive customer service and reducing customer complaints.
• Ensuring that adequate progress is being made and reporting is in place during the project lifecycle - project reporting, highlighting cost control, progress and variation management.
• Managing all directly employed staff involved with Projects, ensuring effective utilisation of employees.

The Person

• City & Guilds, NVQ or ONC in an Electrical Engineering discipline or equivalent – essential.
• Full UK driving license – essential.

Knowledge & Experience
• Distribution Network Experience within the Electrical Supply Industry
• Ability to give direction in application of Distribution Safety Rules, safety procedures and codes of practice in combination with health & safety legislation requirements.
• Customer awareness and knowledge of DNO client expectations and how to meet/exceed these.
• Demonstrable knowledge of the requirements of electrical projects and procedures required for delivery.
• Proven ability to deliver projects within time, cost, quality and safety parameters.