|Job Title:||ABP Programme Manager|
|Salary:||£50000 - £60000.00 per annum + Company Benefits|
|Contact Name:||Becki Wensley|
|Job Published:||July 10, 2017|
Programme Manager - Utilities
Salary - £50,000-£60,000 DoE
Location - Wiltshire
ASTUTE Technical are looking to speak to experienced Programme/Project Managers who have a strong background in managing multimillion pound contracts. You will be working for a big name in the renewable energy sector. this organisation operates in the waste, energy and water industries. For this particular position, you will be working for the Army Basing Project based in Wiltshire.
You will be responsible for
- ensuring the project team deliver on time, to budget and to a quality standard
- Ensuring all requirements are met and that this can be formally demonstrated
- Being the main contact with the client for the delivery of the programme/project
- Managing performance of the supplier chain to make sure requirements are met
- Negotiate and liaise with clients, customers and suppliers
The ideal applicant will have experience managing large utility or similar contracts within a joint venture management structure, have a commercial background, a relevant IOSH or NEBOSH qualification, strong communication skills. Prior project/programme experience.
This position is offering a salary between £50,000 and £60,000 depending on experience along with excellent company benefits.
If you are interested in developing or continuing your career with a large, reputable international company providing environmental solutions, please email a copy of your latest CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to Becki for more information - 023 92 222 963.
Astute Technical Recruitment Limited are acting as an employment agency in relation to this vacancy. We do not discriminate on the grounds of age, race, gender, disability, creed or sexual orientation and comply with all relevant UK legislation. We encourage applications from individuals from all backgrounds but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK.