Project Manager (minor works) -Lincoln

Project Manager -Minor works

Lincoln

£35-42k+ car

The Company

Our client has recently been awarded a 7-year contract for the maintenance and improvement of the Defence Built Estate, to include in excess of 20,000 assets.

They are a new business, formed to deliver infrastructure, asset, and facilities management services into the UK Defence Sector. They are a 50:50 Joint Venture between 2 already established big players in the FM and Utilities markets with over 55 years’ experience.

They are committed to enabling Defence capability through maintaining and enhancing the built estate in which our Armed Forces live, work and train.

The role

Act as the stakeholder interface on site to the delivery of all contractual outputs and manage Supply Chain to ensure that all statutory, mandatory and reactive performance indicators are consistently achieved within area of responsibility. This role will involve the delivery of Planned and reactive maintenance as well as running multiple minor works projects typically with a value upto £50k

The Project Manager will own and run numerous minor works projects typically with a value up to £50k, but will be expected to deal with the occasional task of greater value. These are often high volume, low complexity tasks. Candidate must expect to have numerous tasks running simultaneously and at different stages from inception to completion.

Could this be for me?

  • Experience in handling multi projects values of up 15-50k
  • Strong experience in management of sub-contractors
  • Strong experience working with CDM
  • Client facing
  • Results Orientated

Project Manager -Lincoln

Project Manager -FM

Lincoln -RAF Waddington

Circa £45k

The Company

Our client has recently been awarded a 7-year contract for the maintenance and improvement of the Defence Built Estate, to include in excess of 20,000 assets.

They are a new business, formed to deliver infrastructure, asset, and facilities management services into the UK Defence Sector. They are a 50:50 Joint Venture between 2 already established big players in the FM and Utilities markets with over 55 years’ experience.

They are committed to enabling Defence capability through maintaining and enhancing the built estate in which our Armed Forces live, work and train.

The role

As Project Manager you’ll work on a wide range of new projects within the construction sector. You can be working on several projects at any one time dependent upon the scale and complexity of the project. In this highly varied and interesting role you take the lead of projects such as installing a new roof on a building, refurbishment of staff accommodation to full brand-new building construction. Reporting into a Senior Project Manager for the Billable Works team you’ll be responsible for the planning, management, coordination, and financial control of projects, ensuring the appropriate governance is applied. You’ll ensure the project lifecycle is maintained at all stages and completed on time, within budget and that agreed objectives & KPI’s are achieved.

What you’ll need to do the role:

You’ll need former Project Management experience, you can evidence involvement at every stage from proposal through to delivery. We are looking for someone who has hands on experience managing high profile projects from inception to completion. You will have excellent communication and influential skills, you will lead by example and manage those around you to meet deadlines and quality standards.

Security clearance is required for our sites, successful applicants will be expected to achieve either BPSS or SC clearance as a condition of appointment into the role.

Technical Responsibilities

  • Oversee the effective, compliant and timely delivery of Billable Works in accordance with Government Regulatory and Statutory undertakings, complying with all Health & Safety and Environmental standards and policies.
  • Monitor Supply Chain work teams to ensure suitably qualified and experienced operatives are directed to relevant tasks and ensure that all operatives have appropriate vehicles, equipment and skills to perform relevant tasks.
  • Monitor Supply Chain service delivery, quality and safe working to ensure all performance indicators are consistently achieved.
  • Review Risk Assessments and Method Statements to ensure they are to an acceptable standard
  • Confer with local DIO representatives, the Local Customer Service Representative and the relevant Site Manager to agree scope & priorities of Billable Works on a regular basis.
  • Ensure appropriate work plans and budgets are in place to achieve programmes and financial commitments, whilst meeting the changing operational need.
  • Record all tasks against the appropriate assets in the CAFM system, including work in progress and completed job inspections, and ensure all documentation relating to Billable Works are completed, recorded and distributed in a timely manner.
  • Review site risk registers, follow management processes and notify Management of any defects on equipment or systems.
  • Ensure, as far as reasonably practical, that all persons on site observe the requirements of JSP 375, work closely with the Mobile Authorised Persons team to ensure compliance.
  • Ensure compliance with the Asbestos register and management plan and the Legionella management plan.
  • Identify opportunities on establishments that will support the MoD’s carbon reduction targets.

Why apply

  • Circa £45k
  • Government funded defence contract
  • Excellent long term career prospects

Gas Network Compliance Manager -Cranwell

Gas Networks Compliance Manager

Lincolnshire

£34-37k

The Company

Our client has recently been awarded a 7-year contract for the maintenance and improvement of the Defence Built Estate, to include in excess of 20,000 assets.

They are a new business, formed to deliver infrastructure, asset, and facilities management services into the UK Defence Sector. They are a 50:50 Joint Venture between 2 already established big players in the FM and Utilities markets with over 55 years’ experience.

They are committed to enabling Defence capability through maintaining and enhancing the built estate in which our Armed Forces live, work and train.

The role

The Gas Responsible Person (GRP) is the point of contact for any Gas related technical queries in their designated area.

You will oversee and undertake the practical implementation of the Gas Safety Management Plan (GSMP) for the gas networks within a defined area of appointment. The GRPs implement the GSMP at site level and are responsible for the control of activities through the issue of Safety Documentation as appropriate.

Could this be for you?

It is essential you have a working knowledge of gas distribution networks. In addition experience working with gas utilisation installations both commercial and domestic.

Training in Safe Control of Operations, SHEA Gas and Escape Locate and Repair works.

Management Experience in an operational environment.

Experience in gas compliance for utilisation and distribution.

Location will be flexible, with home working where practical an option, but there will be requirements for travel within the UK to visit sites when projects or when emergencies require a visit. Visits to sites will also be required for the population of the management plans and to familiarise yourself with the site and to capture data of new assets.

Quantity Surveyor – Highways

Highfield have an exciting opportunity for Quantity Surveyors to work on a Highways project for a main contractor who looks after Highway’s maintenance, carriages and footpaths for local authorities in Lincolnshire.

INSIDE IR35 paying up to £386.46 per day (circa £48p/h) UMB.
40 hours per week

Please see below for the full job details and contact me on 07488 882496 or if you are interested:

Job Purpose:

A Quantity Surveyor has a number of years’ experience in managing all costs relating to building and civil engineering projects. They will be supporting other more senior members of the commercial team in delivering the varied commercial duties as well as being responsible for procuring and managing our supply chain. They actively seek to minimise the costs of a project and enhance value for money, while still achieving the required standards and quality for our Customers. Typically a QS will be chartered or in the final stages of achieving professional membership of the RICS, ICES or CIOB and will be a peer role model for those less experienced members of the commercial team

Interfaces:

Internal: Commercial and wider Project Team

External: Subcontractors, Customers, & Stakeholders

Accountabilities:

Governance

  • Has a good knowledge of and adheres to the Company’s GMCEs, BMS and other governance

Analytical Thinking & Decision Making

  • Orders information and systematically checks data

Cost Engineering

  • Measure, record & value work unsupervised in accordance with appropriate rules and procedures

Estimating

  • Measure & interpret specifications & drawings
  • Build up estimates from first principle including net and gross estimates
  • Translate measurement from drawings and Specifications and prepare Bills of Quantities and Schedules of rates

Planning

  • Review weekly, monthly, section programmes of works
  • Plan commercial activities to meet requirements of section programmes
  • Have an understanding of delay and disruption programmes

Project Management

  • Use the company’s ERP System
  • Collation of Cost and Value Information
  • Preparation of Cost reconciliation statements

Procurement

  • Collect information required to specify procurement requirements
  • Record and document information including registration of interest
  • Understand the steps / documentation required

Commercial Management

  • Undertakes customer and stakeholder management for their area of responsibility
  • Collation of cost and value information
  • Measurement of works and agreements with subcontractors

The following qualifications are required:

  • BSc or MSc in Quantity Surveying or experience equivalent

The following qualities/experience are desirable:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Achievement Focus (Achieving Results)
  • Previous Commercial Work experience
  • Industry knowledge

Highfield are a Certified Carbon Neutral Business