|Job Ref:||204769879||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Tonbridge||Address:||Post Code:||TN9||Salary:||£50000 - £55000/annum excellent bonus + car + package||Post Date:||12/10/2016 03:16|
Electrical Project Manager |
£50,000 - £55,000 + Excellent Bonus + Car Allowance + Package
Office Location - Tonbridge
Project Locations - Home Counties and London
Are you an Electrical Project Manager looking for a new exciting challenge? Are you enthusiastic about delivering a high standard of wok to your projects and achieving timescales?
Electrical Project Manager required for successful, long standing installation contractor. They have thrived in the recession and are going through further growth plans. With that said they need an additional electrical project manager to join their team.
You could be looking after a number of projects at any one time in the following sectors, office fit out, restaurant fit out (high end) and commercial sectors. Values between £500k-£3m.
* Work closely with clients and subcontractors.
* Price and mange the projects from cradle to grave
* Take client brief's, receiving tender enquiry, through feasibility, engineering, estimating, to construction, commissioning, handover and final account
* Manage onsite Health & Safety.
* Risk assessments and Method statements.
* Looking after 1-3 projects directly and indirectly
* Oversee / resolve design & construction issues on site.
Contact Steve Gearing or Michael Taylor for more information on NA or or
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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