A Project Director is required by Omexom UK Business Units. Reporting to the Managing Director, the requirement is to lead a high-value multi-discipline team (electricial, civil, mechanical engineers) as the Joint Venture (JV) Project Director for programme delivery of major substation projects in Scotland, with a responsibility to be develop further business within that framework.
The successful candidate will have extensive experience in the successful delivery of £40m-£80m programme's of work, and technically & commercially complex portfolios / projects ideally within the high voltage or civil construction sectors:
- Ability to lead and function within a combined client and supplier partner team.
- Significant experience in dealing with DNO and TNO customers and negotiating variations.
- Have the experience, energy and resilience as well as proven systems, techniques and methods to assess and deliver the project safely, on time and to budget.
- In-depth knowledge of NEC3 forms of contract and will have experience of working within a JV environment.
- Extensive knowledge of project planning, works management and stakeholder management.
- Strong working knowledge of CDM Regulations and experience of leading project specific safety initiatives.
- Strong Leadership skills will be essential leading large project & operational teams.
- A Degree in Electrical Engineering or equivalent experience
- Training in HSE management, eg IOSH/NEEBOSH or behavioural safety programme's
- Formal Programme/Project management training eg APM
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VINCI Energies UK & RoI deploys its fields of expertise in three business lines via three main brands: infrastructure (Omexom), industry (Actemium) and ICT (Axians). With strong regional roots and an agile organisational structure, our Business Units boost the reliability, safety and efficiency of energy, transport and communication infrastructure, factories, buildings and information systems
At Omexom UK & RoI, we aim to deliver on the promise of meeting the World Energy Council’s energy transition goals. We are working on the three fronts of the energy trilemma – equity, security and sustainability – to make it real. We contribute to widening access to electrical power through a number of major electrification schemes, for instance in Africa or Latin America. We are also strengthening supply security by implementing innovative solutions in the fields of maintenance, operating electrical grids, and cyber security. Our commitment to sustainable power means we promote low-carbon energies, but we are also integrating systems that optimise consumption.