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Project Engineering Manager

  • Stockport, England, GB
  • November 23, 2022
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Energy Resourcing are working with a Global EPC Contractor as they continue to grow there established team here in the UK.

Key to this growth is the recruitment of a permanent Project Engineering Manager to join and support there continued development.

The role itself will be based from our clients office in Manchester.

If you may be searching for a role within an organisation that has a leading international presence working on a variety of projects in the Energy, Chemical and Resource sectors please apply via the link.

  • As Project Engineering Manager, you will be directly involved in delivering engineering management on innovative energy transition projects from FEED through construction. You'll oversee a multidiscipline engineering team, and be supported, by a strong group of projects based and digital specialists ensuring delivery on ground breaking projects in record time.
  • A strong safety leader, driving attitudes and behaviours and promoting the safety culture.
  • Managing the entire engineering project work scope and resources on a given project.
  • Ensuring that engineering delivery meets scope, time, cost and quality.
  • Monitoring and reporting on engineering progress.
  • Identifying and addressing cross-discipline issues and conflicts to ensure overall engineering input is coherent.
  • Leading the technical input required for tender / bid submissions.

  • EPC & EPCM project experience
  • Experience in running a large engineering task force >150 personnel
  • The ability to guide and influence the customer
  • Strong commercial awareness
  • Understanding of and ability to apply AWP principles
  • Understanding of and commitment to robust project control systems and processes
  • Potential to transition into project director role
  • A degree and preferably chartered status
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