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Project Director

Last Updated Date:  Sep 24, 2022
Location: 

Cumbria, CMA, GB

Company:  Babcock UK

Job Information

 

Based - Cumbria

 

Competitive Salary And Benefits Package

 

Doosan Babcock are experts in providing engineering and construction solutions from new build projects, upgrades, retrofits to asset care and maintenance in the nuclear and process industries. Our clients respect our genuine approach to delivering solutions backed up by our world class approach to QHSE. Our success is built on the quality of our people, our reputation for technological expertise and best-in-class execution, and the collaborative relationships we establish with our customers. We believe that this approach delivers value for our customers and creates exciting opportunities for our people.

 

The role will be based around the delivery of a major £50m+ mechanical (piping/fabrication) package of work. You will develop the organisational structure, define policies and processes, prepare the project schedule against projected project deliverables, review financial status and of course be the prime contact within the consortium.
As a highly experienced and successful project manager/director, you'll have really well developed operational and strategic skills, You'll possess the ability to build and maintain effective and positive relationships with a wide range of individuals across and out with the organisation and be able to translate strategic goals into easily understood plans which will inspire others to deliver the plans with enthusiasm, persistence and determination.


Ideally you may have a formal qualification in Engineering or Construction and membership of the APM.


We want each and every person working at Doosan to take pride in being part of our business. It’s an aspiration at the heart of our credo, shaping the way we approach our work and the way we treat each other.


If you think you could contribute to our team’s success then take the next step and hit apply.

 

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