7 job(s) at Contract Journal

Contract Journal Knowsley, Merseyside, UK
Apr 09, 2021
Full time
Responsibilities of the role: Produce accurate weekly P&L's and support Commercial Manager & Finance Manager to produce period end financials. Work alongside Supply Chain to support engagement with subcontractors and ultimate agreement of profitable and contractually watertight orders. To effectively administer the commercial aspects of the contract in accordance with the parameters & exacting timeframes as set out in the contract particulars. Agreement of applications for payment & Final Accounts with client. Production of dashboard reports to reflect on the key commercial areas under the contract. Monthly WIP analysis & cash flow control. Monthly production of accurate cost & value forecasting. Mitigating through EWN's against time & cost impact & maximising revenue through Compensation Events where appropriate. Oversee supplier accounts for the region being first point of contact to address application queries and to maintain an accurate running picture of applied/certified/retention/contras/WIP Desirables: Clear Utilities, Civils or Telecoms knowledge Confident using Microsoft Office Software, in particular Excel 3 Years minimum experience working as a Quantity Surveyor Full UK Drivers License Benefits packages: Competitive salary Medicash Scheme Pension Scheme Gym & Retail Discounts X2 Life Assurance
Contract Journal Southport, Merseyside, UK
Apr 07, 2021
Full time
Job Title:  Construction Manager Location:  Southport, PR8 1JR with travel throughout the UK Salary:  £33,000 - £50,000 DOE Working Hours:  40 Hours, Monday - Friday Our client, a UK based solar carport and vehicle-charging company, with 20+ years of expertise delivering projects across the world are looking for an experienced, senior Construction Manager. The successful candidate will be reliable, with proven experience in planning construction projects and overseeing their progress in a timely and cost-effective manner. You will be responsible for budgeting, organisation, implementation, and scheduling of the projects. Requirements CSCS Card, SMSTS desirable Proven working experience in construction management Advanced knowledge of construction management processes means and methods Thorough knowledge and understanding of Health & Safety and site regulations Expert knowledge of building solar PV products, construction details and relevant rules, regulations, and quality standards or from a civils background Understanding of all facets of the construction process Familiarity with construction management software packages The Role Oversee and direct construction projects from conception to completion Review the project in-depth to schedule deliverables and estimate costs Oversee all onsite and offsite constructions to monitor compliance with building and safety regulations Coordinate and direct construction workers and subcontractors Select tools, materials and equipment and track inventory Meet contractual conditions of performance Review the work progress on daily basis Prepare internal and external reports pertaining to job status Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones Negotiate terms of agreements, draft contracts and obtain permits and licences Analyse, manage and mitigate risks. Ensure quality construction standards and the use of proper construction techniques The Person Project orientated with a process driven work ethic Flexibility to travel The ability to remain focused whilst under fast-paced time-scales Able to liaise and communicate with stakeholders at all levels Experience of managing a team up to circa 45 heads Ability to plan and see the "big picture" Competent in conflict and crisis management Leadership and human resources management skills Excellent time and project management skills Benefits 22 days holiday plus bank holidays Company Pension Bonus Scheme after 3 month probation Company IPhone Fuel allowance
Contract Journal Bath, Somerset, Bath, UK
Apr 01, 2021
Full time
They specialise in: Retail including Hospitality Distribution & Storage IT & Logistics Hotels and Leisure Residential Private & Rented The Assistant Construction Manager is responsible for supporting the Construction Manager on monitoring and managing site activities. The ideal candidate will have: a minimum 3 years' experience an appropriate Construction qualification and health and safety CSCS card (minimum Blue). good communication skills an excellent work ethic. experience of working in a team Day to day duties will include: Trade contractor site management. Reporting progress. Planning on-site activities. Ensuring Health and safety compliance. Checking quality. Attending project meets and records key actions and circulates outputs Assisting with the production of site progress reporting. Preparing / updating programmes. Assisting the CM and project team with the preparation of tender information / documents. Inputting in to responding to RFI's from contractors/suppliers/ designers. Generally, assisting with contract administration. Inspecting works on site and ensures the necessary quality and health and safety standards are met. Monitors works on site and provides regular reporting. Escalating any issues to the Construction Manager. Carrying out snagging on completed works. Assisting with pre handover / PC processes and activities. What will you get in return? 25 days holiday + bank holiday Car allowance (there is potential for this but it would be discussed at interview) Company pension contributions Required skills Commercial   Industrial   Construction Manager   Site Manager   Site Supervisor   Assistant Construction Manager
Contract Journal Liverpool, Merseyside, UK
Mar 31, 2021
Full time
CIVIL ENGINEER We are currently recruiting a Civil Engineer for a firm of Civil Engineers in Liverpool to deal with an increase in workload and assist in the further development and growth of the team. A versatile Civil Engineer with at least 3 years of UK design experience working on regeneration projects, housing estates, or highways. Must be familiar with flood risk assessment, SUDS and drainage earthworks, S106 and S278 applications, and be knowledgeable with AutoCAD, Civils 3D, and MicroDrainage. Key Roles & Responsibilities: Working under the supervision of a Principal Engineer in the production of schematic/concept designs and calculations within defined project timescales Liaising with other construction professionals in the development of designs Undertaking drainage and highway designs using WINDES Microdrainage, and Civils 3D (or other similar design packages). Production of AutoCAD and Civils 3D drawing information. Liaising with wider design team to ensure designs are fully co-ordinated. In addition to work on traditional civil engineering design projects, there is also a requirement to undertake Flood Risk Assessments and Drainage Strategies, or other similar reports, letters and general correspondence associated with this work. This is likely also to include liaison with Statutory Bodies such as Local Water Authorities, Environment Agency or Local Authority. Key Skills: 2-3 years' experience in highways and drainage works in the UK Knowledgeable with highways layouts (vertical and horizontal) Competent in using AutoCAD Knowledge of Flood Risk Assessments Able to communicate with suppliers, contractors, the public, clients and colleagues Able to present technical work in meetings and presentations Able to check and assign the work of technician Knowledge: Must hold a degree in Civil Engineering (ideally 2:1) or equivalent experience. Holds or is working towards a professional qualification i.e. MICE/ AMICE or equivalent Must be IT literate with experience of infrastructure design software packages. Must be technically competent Skills and Abilities: Determination to find solutions to problems Ability to communicate in a clear and concise way with colleagues and clients Ability to develop client relationships Must hold a valid driving licence Required skills AutoCAD   MicroDrainage   Section 106   Section 278   Civil Engineer   Civils 3D
Contract Journal Cheshire, Stockport, UK
Mar 25, 2021
Full time
Our client, a Regional Main Contractor based in are seeking a Contracts Manager to join them due to continued growth and a full order book. The Contracts Manager will be working on a range of commercial and residential projects, focusing on both the new build and refurbishment sectors working across the region. The Contracts Manager will spend time working both from head office and visiting sites across the region. Contracts Manager  Position Overview Working for a regional contractor with a turnover of £60 million Working on a range of Commercial and Residential projects in both a new build and refurbishment sense Visiting sites across the region when required Completing a range of Contract Management duties Further duties can be discussed as required Contracts Manager  Position Requirements Previous experience in a similar role Full driving licence Good tenure (no job hopping) Hold all relevant certificates Further requirements can be discussed as required Contracts Manager  Position Remuneration Highly Competitive Salary (DOE) Company Car / Car allowance Holiday Pension Structured Training and Development programme Opportunities to progress within Further benefits can be discussed as required
Contract Journal Edinburgh, Midlothian
Mar 24, 2021
Full time
Site Manager The Stewart Milne Group is one of the UK’s leading home builders, concentrating on building quality residential homes and commercial builds for a range of customers including government bodies, private and public companies, local councils and private clients. We have a reputation for high quality and innovation with a market leading position based on our expertise, innovation, quality and our commitment to providing the best service to our customers. Reporting to the Construction Manager, you will be a key member of the project team delivering all operational activities through to development completion. You will have the opportunity to use your technical, project and people management skills to provide accurate programme information. A clear emphasis will be placed on health and safety; cost management against budget; customer satisfaction; quality and direct employee/ subcontractor management and development. Managing the operational team, the Site Manager will ensure effective delivery of pre-agreed targets for QHSE, people management and development, financial and operational performance, and customer satisfaction. Other duties include providing accurate and timeous project information, demonstrating variance of cost of additional works; prelims; dayworks; labour; plant and material to the Construction Manager. You will also build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external project teams to maximise success of projects and positively impact on customer satisfaction. Accountabilities 1. Manage your operational team to ensure effective delivery of pre-agreed targets for: Quality and Health & Safety People management & development Financial & operational performance Customer satisfaction 2. Ensure effective and efficient resource management: Labour/sub contractors Infrastructure works Materials Plant 3. Deliver accurate & timeous project information, demonstrating variance of cost of additional works; prelims; dayworks; labour; plant and material to Construction Manager. 4. Recruit, motivate and continuously develop required skills within your team to deliver (1) above. 5. Maximise the benefits of and deliver continuous improvement to current business process 6. Build and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external project teams to maximise success of projects within your area of responsibility and positively impact on customer satisfaction. Essential Technical Expertise Evidence of ability to effectively manage multi-trade construction team and deliver projects on time; budget; safety and quality and customer service Microsoft office skills 5 day CITB 3 day First Aid Certificate Black CSCS Card Desirable Technical Expertise Qualified to NVQ level 4 Salary and Benefits Stewart Milne Group is proud to develop our employees, offering career development and promotion opportunities across the Group. Competitive Salary Bonus Scheme Generous Holiday Entitlement Life Assurance Company Car / Allowance Pension Scheme Private Medical Insurance Staff House Discount Flexible Benefits Package Required skills Black CSCS Card   3 day First Aid Certificate   5 day CITB