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Project Manager (Planned Maintenance)

Location: Head Office (Magherafelt)

Reporting To: Operations Manager

Contract Type: Full Time - Permanent

Role Overview:

Responsible for overseeing the day-to-day management of Planned Maintenance projects, including Operational responsibility of managing project resources ensuring they are completed in line with all safety, quality, contract duration, cost criteria and are compliant with the current NIHE KPI procedures to ensure that all schemes avoid any payment of LSD’s.


• Operational Management of entire projects from pre-tender to client hand over
• Agreeing specification and budget for works at pre-start while closely monitoring throughout to ensure project goals are achieved
• Procurement and management of sub-contract delivery
• Ensuring completion of projects to specification on time and budget
• Management of directly employed trades and sub-contractors
• Issuing of Early Warnings and Compensation Events in line with NEC 3 requirements
• Working within a fast-paced environment ensuring deadlines are met
• Preparation and submission of material orders for all projects
• Ensure cost control of all works in line with budgets while ensuring works are being delivered effectively and within contract SLA’s
• Ensure accurate records of works are being recorded and maintained
• Carryout site inspections and ensure quality sign off for each work phase
• Proactive approach to managing and ensuring health, safety and environmental processes are compliant and that targets are maintained on projects
• Attend client meetings representing CFM in best possible light, building strong client and supply chain relationships by working in a collaborative manner ensuring repeat business
• Review KPI prior to monthly meeting and prepare any documents needed for any possible challenges.

Education / Experience:
• Previous experience of running projects.
• Commercially aware with extensive knowledge of all disciplines involved including design coordination, quantity surveying and procurement.
• Knowledge and understanding of sub-contractor management
• Excellent communication skills with the ability to manage client relationships, strong planning and organisation skills.
• Proven ability of working on several projects simultaneously.
• In-depth knowledge of Health & Safety and other regulatory matters.
• Excellent analytical and decision-making skills.
• Excellent written and oral presentation skills.
• IT literate with a sound knowledge of Microsoft Office packages.
• Flexible and positive approach to working hours and various locations.

• A Degree / HND in a related discipline would be desirable.
• Experience of Public Sector contracts
• Knowledge of NEC 3 contracts

To apply for this role please forward your CV and cover letter to info@cfm-ni.com

Closing date for applications is 3rd January 2021