Our Project Managers are dedicated to delivering for our customers, high quality major projects across a broad range of sectors. We provide fire suppression (including sprinkler systems), fire detection, life safety, building management systems, security and integrated solutions to end users, developers and contractors.
We are seeking a Project Manager who can manage and co-ordinate the delivery of integrated Fire and Security projects to their conclusion. You will be responsible for the full cost control and resolution of any disputes, including production of monthly cost forecasts and achieving projected revenues and gross margins. You will work closely with the customer to deliver an end to end process whilst planning direct and indirect onsite resource. A key responsibility will be Health and Safety performance including subcontract liabilities.
How you will do it
As the Project Manager you will be responsible for maintaining a close working relationship with the Contracts Manager to review, improve and successfully achieve objectives.
You will record, monitor and advise the Contracts Manager of any defects and specification deviations.
You are accountable for large scale projects, on time, within budget and in a professional manner. You will manage and co-ordinate teams of JCI Engineers and sub-contractors whilst on site.
Conduct regular safety and quality audits on site with your engineers and sub-contractors to ensure that all activities are conducted in accordance with defined procedures.
Monitor Health & Safety of allocated staff and Sub-Contractors, ensuring compliance with all legislation.
Managing of CDM regulations, method statements, risk assessments, COSHH regulations and toolbox talks on all projects being carried out.
During the projects you will manage and conduct commercial negotiations and enforcement of contract terms as required by the project.
What we look for
Proven experience of managing the delivery of large and multiple concurrent projects within the Fire and Security, CCTV, Access Control and Integrated Solutions industry
Working knowledge of mainstream Fire, Access Control, CCTV systems and networking. Working on Substations and have a valid Safety Passport.
Demonstrable knowledge of CDM Regulations and managing Health & Safety on site
Ability to produce Risk and Method Statements
Ability to manage and influence both internal & external stakeholders at all levels
Excellency in verbal and written communication skills, with the ability to communicate technical information to a non-technical audience