Water Project Manager

Posted 30 May 2024
Salary £55k - 85k per year
Job type Permanent - Full Time
Discipline Water & Environmental
Contact NameLibby Horner

Job description

Role: Water Project Manager
Location: Bradford (hybrid)
Salary: Up to £85,000 per annum depending on experience
Job Type: Full-time, Permanent
Are you a Project Manager with experience working on complex schemes in the water sector using the NEC form of contract? Are you looking to develop your career within an innovative consultancy that offers flexible working?
My client, one of the UK's leading technical engineering consultancies in the Water sector, is looking for a Project Manager to ensure timely delivery of multiple design-based projects to agreed time, quality, and cost parameters.
You will work on clean & waste water projects attached to multiple water utility frameworks in the UK. Candidates must have Water sector experience and a working knowledge of NEC3 or NEC4 contracts.
This is a hybrid role, meaning you will split your time between my client's office in Bradford and your home, on a 40-hour week.
Reporting to the Project Delivery Manager, your role will involve having technical input to the design process, contract management duties from contract signature through to invoice with the finance department, as well as management of risk registers, early warning registers and compensation event claims.
Essential attributes:
·Experience with managing projects in the water sector
·Experience working with NEC3 or NEC4 contracts (ideally possessing ECC qualification)
·Be a member of APM
In return, my client offers an extensive benefits package including flexible working, paid training/career development, 24 days' annual leave + bank holidays, Bonus Scheme, Life Assurance and Pension Contribution Scheme.
Apply today and if successful, I will be in touch. You can contact me at libby.horner@carringtonwest.com / 02394 314919.
Due to the volume of applicants, we may only be able to respond to applicants who are to be progressed to the next stage.