Alecto Recruitment are currently recruiting for an experienced project manager to join a Warrington based company.
This organisation is a well established multi-utility consultancy who specialise in commercial projects.
Overall responsibility for projects covering the supply and installation of electricity infrastructure.
As well as our client, you will be working with technical staff, Distribution Network Operators and sub-contractors to meet the project deadlines and customer specifications.
You will be taking control of various and diverse projects
Experience within the electricity power distribution industry and be familiar with its standards, practices and procedures
11kV/33kV Operational experience
Ability to make decisions
Coordinating site activities and ensuring the safety of all involved
Have a strong understanding of commercial terms and conditions and the impact they will have on project delivery
Be comfortable working to tight deadlines
Have good communication skills - verbal and written
To provide the required level of contract management including liaising with clerical support and senior management in order to maximise income and profit.
A basic salary of £45,000 - £50,000 Dependent on experience
To apply for this role and find out more details, please forward your CV to Ben Ward-Prowse, Alecto Recruitment. or call in strict confidence.
Alecto Recruitment Limited is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
If your experience matches please forward your CV immediately.
We thank all applicants who respond, but only those short listed will be contacted.
For more information about the positions we are currently recruiting for, please take a look at www.alectorecruitment.com or follow us on Twitter @alectorecruit
- Project Manager / HV / LV / Utilities / Multi Utility / Utility Consultancy
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