Mechanical Contracts Manager
Cirencester
DK070217MCM
Construction, Mechanical & Electrical
Permanent

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Discipline: Construction, Contract Management, Mechanical

Speciality: Construction

UK Residency Required: Yes

Salary: £40000 - £50000

Apply by: 07/03/2017

Min Experience: years

OVERVIEW & ROLE DESCRIPTION

Overview

We are currently recruiting for a Mechanical Contracts Manager on behalf of a leading national Design and Build Contractor based in Gloucester.

The Mechanical Contracts Manager will be responsible for multiple commercial Mechanical engineering installation projects throughout the South West.

Role Description

  • Procurement of relevant plant and materials and sub-contractor packages
  • Managing and forecasting spend using Excel type spreadsheets to ensure that the work is kept to budget.
  • Analysis of labour resource requirements for the project and placement and control of labour and associated costs.
  • Regular site visits monitoring works progress and ensuring the quality of work is to the required standard.
  • Managing projects and delivering against contracted targets.
  • Preparation of monthly applications for payment and costing of variations.
  • Ensuring that Risk Assessments and Method Statements are prepared and monitored.
  • Preparation of work in progress reports for submission to the Directors.
  • Liaising closely with other professionals, including clients, structural engineers, builders, architects and surveyors, and in-house project teams.
  • Attending a range of project group and technical meetings.
  • Working on a variety of projects within a short period of time.
  • Assisting in preparing tender submissions.
  • Collating certification and preparation of O&M manuals
  • Evaluating customer needs and responding to them.

Skills & Attributes

  • Previous experience working as a Mechanical Contracts Manager ideally with a Design and Build Contractor.
  • Ideally hold a relevant qualification in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Sound knowledge of Mechanical Services Project Management and a good understanding of the technical, commercial and contractual processes involved.
  • Good understanding of HVAC systems
  • A team player with a high level of self-motivation and organisational ability.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Analytical and methodical in approach to problem solving.
  • CAD experience. (not essential)
  • People management and staff supervision skills.
  • Competent in the use of computers and data handling including Microsoft Office systems.

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

  • Previous experience working as a Mechanical Contracts Manager ideally with a Design and Build Contractor.
  • Ideally hold a relevant qualification in Mechanical Engineering.
  • Sound knowledge of Mechanical Services Project Management and a good understanding of the technical, commercial and contractual processes involved.
  • Good understanding of HVAC systems
  • A team player with a high level of self-motivation and organisational ability.
  • Strong leadership skills.
  • Analytical and methodical in approach to problem solving.
  • CAD experience. (not essential)
  • People management and staff supervision skills.
  • Competent in the use of computers and data handling including Microsoft Office systems.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Procurement of relevant plant and materials and sub-contractor packages
  • Managing and forecasting spend using Excel type spreadsheets to ensure that the work is kept to budget.
  • Analysis of labour resource requirements for the project and placement and control of labour and associated costs.
  • Regular site visits monitoring works progress and ensuring the quality of work is to the required standard.
  • Managing projects and delivering against contracted targets.
  • Preparation of monthly applications for payment and costing of variations.
  • Ensuring that Risk Assessments and Method Statements are prepared and monitored.
  • Preparation of work in progress reports for submission to the Directors.
  • Liaising closely with other professionals, including clients, structural engineers, builders, architects and surveyors, and in-house project teams.
  • Attending a range of project group and technical meetings.
  • Working on a variety of projects within a short period of time.
  • Assisting in preparing tender submissions.
  • Collating certification and preparation of O&M manuals
  • Evaluating customer needs and responding to them.