Our client is one of the UK's largest Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) contractors with a product/service portfolio ranging from M&E LV, HV, Instrumentation, Street Lighting, Facilities Management through to Combined Heat and Power solutions.
You’ll be involved in the Contract and Project Management of multiple Building Services projects from conception to completion inclusive of the following to ensure all safety, quality, technical and commercial requirements are met;
- Estimation of electrical projects including sub-contractor elements
- Engineering support to estimators and bid teams when required
- Design development
- Client management and development
- SHE management, project planning and operational delivery
- Setting to work and management of on-site teams
- Contract, financial and cost management
To be successful in this role you’ll have an Electrical background in a contracting environment with a proven track record of managing a portfolio of projects ranging from £100k to £3m. You’ll be educated to HNC or equivalent qualification or have relevant experience in an Electrical discipline. You’ll also have a working knowledge of CDM, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 regulations, an understanding of technical drawings and a knowledge of general office applications inclusive of MS Project (or alternative).
You'll also have excellent project management and communication skills, as well as good client and customer relation skills with the ability to work in a team environment. Finally, you’ll be self-motivated to achieve targets, have a business acumen to identify opportunity and can work with engineering teams as well as the management of operational teams and operatives.
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