Project Manager


The Project Manager will be responsible for the delivery of outstanding, high-quality construction projects. Reporting to the Contracts Manager, the Project Manager will manage day to day execution of the project, always ensuring best practice and driving improvement in all CMD processes.

Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Accountability for the development and safe delivery of projects within client specifications, ensuring that project objectives, agreed timescales, and budgets are met and high-quality standards are maintained
  • Supporting the Contracts and Commercial teams to ensure project costs are accurately forecasted
  • Managing and monitoring resources to ensure they are available across the relevant disciplines to deliver the project to spec
  • Working with the client and key stakeholders to establish strong, collaborative relationships, supporting effective project delivery and managing any changes, as required
  • Proactively managing risk, ensuring periodic review and action with the relevant project team
  • Managing internal and client reporting, including regular project reports, updates, KPI and performance data, and any other specified requirements
  • Managing the project EHS requirements, including RAMS
  • Constructively receiving project feedback, disseminating it to the wider organisation and ensuring it is applied new works
  • Proactively identifying and pursuing new business leads and opportunities
  • Strong understanding of CDM regulations (2015) and assessment of requirements, as applicable to the project
  • Compliance and support of client’s HSQE policies and requirements, and the Health & Safety at Work Act
  • Managing the delivery of the considerate constructor’s scheme requirements
  • Regularly auditing and site management systems to ensure compliance with company requirements
  • Implementing the supply chain policy
  • Ensuring appropriate site image is maintained
  • Supporting closure of defects process during defects period and obtaining certificate of Making Good Defects within targets set



  • 10+ years’ experience in a similar role
  • A multi-disciplinary trade background and/or degree qualification (or equivalent)
  • Sound knowledge of construction delivery within residential, commercial and education sectors.


  • Good knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental regulations
  • Good knowledge of construction processes and defects
  • Ability to achieve demanding time and quality targets across multiple projects
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office
  • CSCS Site Managers Card
  • SMSTS or IOSH Managing Safely
  • First Aid Certificate
  • Good understanding of commercial principles (cost, profit, market and added value)
  • Strong interpersonal skills, written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work well as part of team and to lead and motivate teams
  • To be self-motivate

Apply Now:

If you wish to apply for this role, please email your CV to, on or before 3rd June 2022.

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