Contracts Manager

Salary:
£50000 - £55000 per annum 
Job Type:
Permanent 
Location:
Reading 
Sector:
Building and Construction 
Job Ref:
MRW - CM_1623146349 

I am looking for an experienced Contracts Manager to join a leading player in the design and build of a range of ‘high spec’ medical, industrial and manufacturing projects.

The Role
Ultimately responsible for the day to day and strategic operation of a business within a business, the Contracts Manager will oversee and deliver multiple ‘design and build’ projects to the exacting standards of the client.

As expected, you will be tasked with all aspects of project management from inception to completion and it will include responsibility for SH&E, Construction Delivery, Quality and Financial Performance.

The types of works include both refurbishments, extensions and new build and range in value from £500k to £2m.

Most of the work will be in the South East

The Candidate
The ideal candidate will have a good number of years in a project management role – Ideally it will be multi-faceted including design and build, refurb and fit-out and it would be even better if you had exposure to a test, commission, validate build process too.

You will also need to be a ‘detail nut’ – my client treats every assignment as though it was being built in their own home.

Alongside this you will need:

• Excellent planning and organisational skills
• Detailed Health and Safety knowledge
• Good at problem solving & decision-making
• Knowledge of building, material components, building regulations

If you meet the criteria and are a looking for a role that provides a high degree of autonomy and responsibility yet still gives you a ‘team’ feel then I would encourage you to apply

Coburg Banks Limited is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

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