Project Manager - Rail
Salary: £50,000 - £60,000 + Full Package
- Are you an experienced Project Manager with Rail background?
- Do you have geotechnical experience in civil earthworks, drainage, groundworks, enabling works?
If so, please get in touch!
You will be managing a major Rail scheme that will run from Lancashire to Cheshire with a Multi-Discipline, award winning Main Contractor who have a turnover of around £1 Billion.
- Liaise with fellow Project Managers to ensure project is effectively managed/ running on time and within budget
- Overall management of construction resources including Labour, Plant, Materials and Subcontractors when required
- Ensure that the construction and installation teams are performing against agreed schedules and man-hour budgets
- Guarantees that all construction and installation activities are carried out in accordance with Health and Safety Legislation
- Ensures CDM Regulations are adhered to
- Regular checks to on installation services to ensure quality
- Interfaces with the all other functional leaders within the organisation to facilitate successful development of the project from solution stage constructability through construction, installation, commissioning and handover to the client
- Previous experience in the role of project manager for a main contractor working predominantly on Rail Civils
- Previous experience working on geotechnical and drainage schemes including but not limited to the following; Maintenance and renewals of embankment and cuttings requiring re-grade or slope stabilisation works
- Successful management of Sub-Contractor packages undertaking soil nailing and rock fall prevention netting
- Planning and delivering all elements of drainage associated with the infrastructure including track drainage and culvert replacements utilizing blockades and engineering trains
If you are interested in discussing the role further, please contact Daniel on:
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