​Project Manager – Social Housing

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North West - All Permanent June 12th 2019 £50-55k plus car allowance, pension, healthcare and 25 days holiday APH/FP/2019/1206PM Pippa Holland

Project Manager – Social Housing

North West – Failsworth

£50-55k plus car allowance, pension, healthcare and 25 days holiday

Market Sectors

  • Housing schemes – new build and refurb

Key Responsibilities of Project Manager


  • Maintain the highest standards of health, safety and environmental management.
  • Provide feedback for continuous improvement.

Implement project strategies in order to achieve the company’s sustainability objectives.

Establish standards of quality on site and ensure delivery of a quality build in accordance with the project specifications and project requirements.

Understand the client priorities and adopt a professional and considerate approach to maintain good working relations.

Implement the supply chain policy.

Adopt the principles of the Considerate Constructor’s Scheme and manage community relations. Ensure appropriate site image is maintained to encourage repeat business.

Produce and develop project programmes and control operations to achieve delivery of the project on time. Organise the works and supply chain to provide the right working environment to avoid disruption between trades.

Undertake the works in the most economic manner to eliminate waste and avoid non recoverable costs and preliminaries losses. Monitor and work to agreed preliminaries budget.

Maintain continuous professional development to ensure appropriate technical awareness.

Comply with standard procedures.

Manage project handover and ensure defect / snag free completion.

Support the strategy for the closure of defects during defects period and obtain certificate of Making Good Defects within targets set.

Skills, Experience & Qualifications

Technical or Operational Proven experience of:

• A track record of successful delivery of projects of schemes within a range of between £3m-£20m

• A variety of construction operations.

• Using Microsoft suite of Office programmes; inc. Excel, Word, Outlook and Project.

• Controlling costs, timing and quality in line with targets.

• Efficient use of all resources.

• Reading and accurately interpreting programmes, drawings and technical specifications.

• Ensuring project team(s) understanding of drawings and technical specifications.

• Understanding and appropriately sharing build programmes.