Project Manager - Substructure

Ref No. EMP454944
Location London, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Applicants Required


We are currently recruiting for a Project Manager with experience in the substructure industry for a permanent position working on a major HS2 project paying a competitive salary and benefit package.


Project Manager - Substructure

The Job

Key responsibilities

  1. Be responsible for providing LU Stations Lead information for both short form and long form report outlining the progress of the LU Piling, Substructure and Superstructure works, actual cost, forecast and highlighting any problems and issues for resolution. Attend delivery meetings with LU Station Lead (and deputise for the LU Senior Project Manager as required)

  2. Responsible for the co-ordination between the construction, design, procurement and commercial departments to ensure the substructure sub-contracts are awarded and work started in accordance with

  3. Promote and deliver a collaborative environment throughout all members of the team including stakeholders and the supply chain. Establish and maintain site organisation and facilitate effective communications between the Employer's representatives

  4. Receipt of instruction from the client Construction Manager. Ensure a clear understanding of levels of authority to receive instructions by the client Construction Manager or Supervisor and receipt of other contractual communication within the team and supply chain.

  5. Promote and deliver works in accordance with HS2 standards and without defects. Ensure works are monitored to achieve right first-time workmanship and undertake lessons learnt reviews to promote continuous improvemen

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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