Location: GLASGOW
Rate from : £ 45.00 per Hour
Reference : 20113

Project Manager- (security cleared)


Our client is an established consultancy nuclear and the built environment. One of the world’s leading engineering consultancies operating at the forefront of the energy sector. Placing great emphasis on the training, development and progression of our staff, we’re dedicated to providing high quality professional services with cutting-edge expertise.


Project Manager is required to lead the delivery of FNICAP Shiplift Critical Works Contracts (Platform Control and Protection (C&P) and EOT Crane C&P upgrades), c£50m of capital works.  A strong background in engineering design and construction is required, as is significant commercial/contract management experience. NEC3/4 knowledge is required to undertake the role, however applicants with a strong non-NEC contract management background will be considered (subject to training/accreditation).

Experience delivering works in an operational and highly regulated environment is preferable, as is experience of Electrical Control and Instrumentation design or multi-disciplinary design team management.

Responsible for:

Managing the delivery of FNICAP Marine AP1 and Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) works as named NEC4 Project Manager, including but not limited to:

Delivery in accordance with the Scope

Notification and assessment of Compensation Events

Early warning management

Accepting Contractor designs (with designer support)

Review and acceptance of the Programme

    Ensuring Client duties under CDM2015 are discharged for the work package

Working with Programme Office, Contractor, and Consultants to implement a culture of      Safety

   Development of the integrated programme for the work package, and integrating with the Facility and               Joint Project Team (JPT) schedules

Work package risk and opportunity management

Relationship and stakeholder management (JPT, Design Authority, Navy Command etc)

Leading and managing a team of Contract Management and Engineering support staff provided by FNICAP’s Management Support partner (KAD) and Engineering Delivery Team (ACA)

Managing and reporting project spend against financial approvals/delegation

Supporting the transition of engineering works from incumbent (PSPN) to incoming TSP (KAD/ACA)

Leading a culture of collaboration and openness across the organisation