NRL’s client based in Grangemouth is looking to recruit an Execution/Project Manager for a minimum 1 year contract.
About the role:
As the Execution Manager, you will be required to develop and deliver agreed engineering projects to meet HSE, schedule, cost and technical performance targets.
Deliver the implementation phase of projects to achieve HSE goals and sanctioned cost, time and technical performance commitments
Deliver Project/TAR execution plans, which meet business objectives and agreed processes for design, contract management, purchasing, construction and commissioning
Develop project scopes and specifications, which satisfy defined engineering standards
Develop project scope, cost estimate & schedule for every project prior to full sanction.
Implement defined project controls to deliver management information necessary to achieve sanctioned cost and schedule commitments
Interface with, and support, project studies to deliver robust scope, cost estimates, schedules and execution plans
Manages a project portfolio which may comprise several concurrent projects on the site
Ability to interface effectively with managers on site
Ability to identify and manage interfaces within the Project team, including engineering contractor teams
Interfaces with the construction, cost & estimating, planning, purchasing and development teams
Identifies and manages interfaces with Operational and Engineering teams to secure support for project implementation
Ability to manage uncertainty within each project and good understanding of change control
Good decision-making skills within area of own expertise
Can operate as company representative at contractor and vendor offices
What you will need?
Degree (preferably Chartered) qualified or equivalent in an Engineering Discipline
Relevant experience in a manufacturing environment
Experienced in a project environment
Good knowledge of project gated processes
Experienced in working with NEC3 Contracts
Knowledge of construction and commissioning
Working knowledge of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015
Good understanding of the application of the site Plant Modification Process and associated documentation management systems