Project Construction Manager


For energy to waste, petrochem and infrastructure projects. Remote/site UK working possible or a based from Aberdeen, Bristol or Great Yarmouth.

We are? At EnerMech we deliver fully integrated solutions to the global energy and infrastructure markets. We provide a range of mechanical, electrical and instrumentation services to support assets and projects, of any size, where ever they are in the world. Our business is built on the belief that our people are what make EnerMech excellent. When we are thriving globally it’s not just about investing in our infrastructure, service offering and technology, but by also investing in our people.  
The role? You will be responsible for delivering construction projects from the engineering phase through to construction, commissioning and handover to the client. We have key projects to deliver in the waste to energy (Hydrogen plant), manufacturing and petrochemical sectors in the UK and Europe. Specifically, you will be accountable for efficient on time, on budget delivery of assigned projects to stakeholders, whilst controlling the assigned projects in terms of deliverables, management of change, health, safety and quality and budgets. This role can be based out of our Aberdeen, Bristol or Great Yarmouth. The option of home working and site working is also possible.
You are? You will be qualified to degree level within an engineering discipline or hold a HNC/D in Engineering with relevant experience. We are interested in hearing from project construction managers with plant build experience from ideally waste to energy plants or renewables, power, petrochemical or process industry background. This role is not suitable for mainly civil experienced construction project manager.
You will have strong experience of managing large complex projects through the engineering, construction, commissioning and handover phases (EPC). Project value experience above £20 million is preferred along with a project management qualification. You will also have the expertise to effectively challenge and develop new approaches whilst having the ability to use diverse approaches to make decisions.

Flexible United Kingdom locations/remote working.