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Operations Manager 
The Beginning of your Career with CFM:

The Operations Manager is responsible for the successful delivery of operations associated to their business unit, including all contractual and commercial performance and compliance of contract teams. You will also be responsible for ensuring all works are delivered in line with contract and internal KPI’s along with ensuring the company Health, Safety, Quality & Environmental standards are achieved.

This is a full-time permanent role based at one of our offices in Northern Ireland which we are happy to discuss with you.


We offer a competitive salary that is based on proven skills and experience. Hard work is celebrated and rewarded. Everyone has access to a variety of benefits that are constantly reviewed and monitored to ensure they work for you.  As well as the expected Holidays, Company Pension and Life Assurance this great role also has a Healthcare Cash Plan.  There are excellent opportunities for Learning and Development and plenty of social activities.

We love to give back, so we offer you volunteering days in the community and a variety of charity fundraising activities.  We recognise achievements monthly with Teamship Awards.

As you progress your career with us you will receive Long Service Awards.

  • Compliance with business/department objectives and targets; contributing to the strategic development of the company.
  • Manage and develop strong working relationships with clients in order to maximize and develop business opportunities on existing and new work streams, while promoting a culture within your department to do the same. 
  • To Compile Performance Checks & Reports weekly monitoring and developing the performance of contract teams.
  • To ensure that staff training needs in relation to their works are continually assessed and that individuals are directed towards relevant training to the benefit of the company and the individual.
  • Monthly report to be produced along with attendance at monthly meeting.
  • Monitor, advise and promote effective operational management throughout your department, while mentoring staff to ensure business objectives are being delivered.
  • Manage budgets closely ensuring cost effectiveness is achieved throughout Manage and ensure HR requirements are carefully monitored, conducting disciplinary meetings and recruiting new staff and sub-contractors where appropriate.
Essential Skills & Experience:
  • Possess a Third Level Qualification in construction industry or equivalent
  • 5 years’ experience working at mid-senior level in the construction industry, social housing/housing executive sectors or equivalent
  • Proven track record in managing and dealing multiple projects with operational, staff and commercial issues at a senior level
  • Experience of working in a fast paced, multi contract, KPI pressured target environment
  • Have extensive knowledge of construction and/or property practices that can be used on site to analyse the design and propose potential cost saving measures 
  • Experience of producing timely reports
  • Demonstrate experience of successful client liaison and customer facing skills
  • Strong people management skills (at all levels), excellent communication, with the ability to lead, motivate and inspire excellent performance from colleagues
  • Strong working knowledge of HSQE legislation for the construction industry
Desirable Skills & Experience:
  • Successful operational track record working on NIHE contracts
  • Recognised trades qualification e.g. 18th Edition Electrical
  • Extensive experience in other industries or occupations that would offer transferable skills to this role

We are committed to developing our colleagues and encouraging personal growth, in conjunction with a great working approach so everyone can thrive in an inclusive and open environment. 

We encourage you to apply for this role as soon as you can. We recognise talent waits for no one! A full job description is available upon request.

To apply for this job please send a copy or your CV to careers@cfm-ni.com or contact our HR department for an application form.

CFM are an equal opportunities employer.
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