Posted on Jun 10, 2019 by CV-Library
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES & ACCOUNTABILITIES:
* Agreeing project objectives.
* Providing advice on the management of projects.
* Organising the various professional people working on a project.
* Minimising risk for all stakeholders.
* Making sure that all the aims of the project are met.
* Making sure the quality standards are met.
* Using IT or other systems to keep track of people and progress.
* Recruiting specialists and sub-contractors.
* Monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines are maintained.
* Overseeing the accounting, costing and billing.
* Reporting to the client or senior stakeholders on progress.
* Evaluating the success of the project against its benchmarking and sharing lessons or best practice with other organisations or project managers.
* Ideally an electrical and mechanical engineer who has stepped up to the Project Manager role (or a Project Manager who is electrical and mechanically trained).
* Excellent project management skills and a proven ability to manage capital equipment projects.
* Having a recognised Project Management qualification (e.g. PRINCE2) is a definite advantage.
* Ability to deal with complex tasks and deliver them to a known budget.
* Ability to build relationships with customers to generate confidence and a good rapport.
* Appropriate experience (ideally 3 years +) in a small/medium sized engineering organisation.
* Clear communication skills at all levels, especially verbal.
* Strong organisational and time-management skills, with the ability to prioritise well.
* Attention to detail - accurate and methodical in work. Will see the job through successfully and to budget.
* Calm, reliable, trustworthy, unflappable, and cheerful.
* Confidence, enthusiasm, self-motivation & determination.
* Experienced user of Excel.
* A driving licence.
* Extremely Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience
* Bonus Scheme
* 20 days Holidays plus Bank Holidays increased by 1 day on a yearly basis to a maximum of 25 days
* Pension contribution