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Project Manager

Job Description

Due to the expansion of our Contracts department, Tailored Fire & Security are looking for an experienced Project Manager to join the team. Our head office is based in Chadderton, Oldham.

You will be responsible for managing multiple projects concurrently through all stages of a projects life cycle:

Duties will include but not limited to:

•Responsibility for the management of project delivery outputs, including programme, financial information, health & safety, environmental performance and progress for all allocated schemes.
•Responsible for the day to day management of multiple concurrent projects, ensuring the successful delivery of the projects.
•To ensure that you are complaint with the companies procedures and in line with British Standards.
•To manage the project team effectively, ensuring they all have clear objects to ensure delivery of project.
•To take ownership of the profitability of the project and have overall responsibility of the financial position.
•To be able to report, and work closely with the Branch Director, giving updates on the projects.
•To complete contract documentation.
•To prepare estimates and quotations.
•To be able to build and maintain strong relationships with contractors and suppliers.
•Procurement of plant, materials and specialist subcontractors.
•To ensure that all contract documentation is prepared in line with the client specifications and timeframes.

Skills & Experience

•Excellent communication skills
•Able to take a proactive approach
•Be able to organise yourself and others
•Self motivation
•Experience working in the Fire & Security industry.
•Experience of project management.
•ECS Card
•Computer illiterate, including all Microsoft programmes.

Travel to and from customers sites is an essential part of the role, all our clients are based across the North of the country.

Full time employment 40 hours per week.

Competitive salary dependent on experience.

21 days holiday per annum, plus statutory bank holidays.

Key Information

  • Start Date: 04th March, 2019