Project Manager/ Engineer-Buildings Construction
Entered: 24 Oct 2020
Our client, a semi-state organisation, is undertaking a major programme of construction of hi-tech facilities (refurb and new-build) and is seeking to recruit a Project Manager Project Engineer, to assist in the management and delivery of their critical building construction projects in the greater Cork area. The successful Project Manager Project Engineer will probably be degree qualified and experienced Engineer, Building Surveyor, Quantity Surveyor, Architect, or similarly qualified technical professional and will join an expanding team of construction professionals based in Cork city and will work closely with and report to the senior Projects Director.
The role includes and involves;
Working on behalf of the end-user Client.
Appointing and managing outside Consultants and Contractors.
Preparing comprehensive project-briefs in conjunction with outside Consultants.
Ensuring the briefs are understood in sufficient detail, by the many and varied stakeholders involved.
Taking projects (in conjunction with Consultants) from; inception, scoping, tender packages, tender analysis, appointing contractors, managing contractors and consultants, managing costs and timelines, through to commissioning delivery and handover.
Developing action plans for the timely and efficient completion of all contracts.
Ensuring complying with all regulatory requirements including; permissions, licences and approvals.
Ensuring the equipping/commissioning contractor is appointed in good time, is adequately briefed and competent to carry out work.
To be considered for the role you must:
Be Degree (level 8) qualified Engineer, Architect, Building Surveyor, Quantity Surveyor or hold similar professional technical qualifications.
Have more than 10 years post-graduate relevant experience in Construction Design and Construction Management roles (buildings).
Have more than 5 years of Project Management / Construction Management experience.
Have excellent communication, negotiation and persuasive skills.
Be competent and professional in dealing with a range of diverse stakeholders.
Be experienced in scoping works, preparation of design briefs and budgets.
Have good knowledge of building regulations and guidelines.
Have knowledge of Construction contracts (GCCC, RIAI)
Have a proven ability to manage and control agreed budgets and timelines.
Be familiar with Health & Safety legislation.
Be proficient in the English language (spoken, written, technical).
Be capable of multi-tasking, co-ordinating and delivering multi-projects.
Ideally you will:
Have experience in constructing medical facilities/pharmaceutical facilities or similar hi-tech clean, highly regulated buildings / critical facilities.
Be a Chartered Engineer / Surveyor or Architect.
Have on-site construction supervision experience.
Be a member of a professional organisation.(IEI, ISCS. RICS, RIAI)
Have a flexible approach to work and an ability to prioritise and manage time effectively.
Have proven ability to manage complex multi-discipline projects whilst ensuring all deadlines are met.
Attractive long-term contract role with potential to extend. Huge potential to develop and enhance your career with blue-chip end-user client. Immediate vacant position based in Cork city.
Remuneration is negotiable depending on candidate’s qualifications, experience, suitability and fit for the role. However, the ideal candidate can expect c €72,500 per annum.
Benefits include 30 days paid holidays pa + 9 Bank holidays (total 39 days pa)
Please reply (in strict confidence) with up to date CV to:
Rob Kiernan E: email@example.com Cell: +353 87 366 9746
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