Role & Requirements:
As part of our ongoing expansion and confirmed future workload we have identified the requirement for a Remediation Project Manager. This is a permanent position working with our experienced team on all aspects of remediation.
Attractive salary and benefits will accompany excellent career development opportunities within a thriving & expanding business.
Candidates will likely have a minimum of 6 years relevant experience in either earthworks / contaminated land remediation / waste management / civil engineering / geotechnical engineering / water treatment / asbestos, including experience in a contracting role and in project management.
Working knowledge of earthworks practices and soil and groundwater remedial approaches is desirable, although further training will be provided as required.
A valid driving licence is essential.
Key personal attributes are good communication, a team player, initiative, organisation, resolve, flexibility and ambition.
Based: The role location will be mixed between office and sites, plus an element of home working can be included (if desired) subject to further discussion. Candidates will ideally be located in the southeast of England, and within commuting distance of Soilfixs Essex office (SS6 7ED), although this is not essential. Sites will primarily be in the south of England although further afield on occasion, and some overnight stays may be required (expenses covered).
Duties (training provided subject to skills and experience):
The main tasks of the role will include but not be limited to the following;
Lead the profitable, safe and compliant delivery of projects
Planning, monitoring and updating progress against programme, phasing and resources, supported as required by the Soilfix Operations Team
Build and maintain relationships with clients, consultants and suppliers
Internal and external progress reporting (including commercial / technical / operational aspects)
Valuations, invoicing and client liaison
Manage contract variations and communicate changes to the project team
Oversight of project purchase orders / hire orders, including approvals, review of suppliers performance, checking invoices etc
Identify and implement value engineering and cost saving options as projects progress
Identify key risks during projects and communicate & manage these
Ensure that health, safety & environmental obligations are met, and manage closeout of incident / accident reporting
Ensure technical / legislative / regulatory compliance on projects
Compilation / checking of various reports
Ensure contractual, commercial, technical and regulatory close out and verification of projects
Supervise / mentor / delegate to other staff
Communicate lessons learned and knowledge gained to other Soilfix staff