Demolition Project manager
Demolition Project Manager
Function: Site Operations
Location: Manchester / Liverpool
Hours Per Week: 40
Date Posted: 01/12/2020
Closing Date: On-Going
What you'll need?
Suitable professionals will ideally be degree qualified in civil engineering or construction management and will be able to show a strong history from a site engineer level through to management over the last 5-10 years. This experience should have been gained whilst working for a reputable demolition contractor who undertake technical projects throughout the Northwest and you must hold a CCDO Gold or Black card.
Unfortunately, for this opportunity, only professionals who hold a solid background in Demolition can be considered.
Regarding software, we use the usual Microsoft programmes, standard email functions and Asta Power Project for planning / programming works. Project Managers will be required to use all these tools.
What you'll be doing?
Working exclusively, I have been asked to find a Demolition Project Manager who has proven experience of delivering packages valued up to £5M in throughout the Northwest. As projects are in Zone 1 & 2, strong planning and programming is crucial due to logistical needs and confined spaces.
As a Demolition Project Manager, you will join the company’s existing management team, reporting directly to Operations Manager and will be responsible for the onsite management of a project, ensuring it is managed within time and budget. You will have direct responsibility of all site staff, ensuring they are motivated and able to complete the task at hand. As a Demolition Project Manager you will have a clear understanding of the value of the contract and its duration, have a clear understanding of the client, project expectations, and requirements and also you’ll play a key role within their senior management team.
It’s worth considering that Total Demolition Services undertake the relevant/standard employment checks if you’re successful in the selection process. This includes taking up your references, as well as checking your ID, driving licence (if appropriate) and your right to work in the UK. Some roles may also be subject to further pre-employment checks. We encourage flexible working wherever possible in your role – and this may allow you to work from home or from one of our other offices/sites, if appropriate.