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Project Engineering Manager
£55p/hr Umbrella - PAYE available
8 Months Contract
Project Engineering Manager are responsible for the total engineering activity undertaken on a project and so manage a cross-disciplined engineering team. The Project Engineering Manager is tasked with ensuring that the engineering team delivers a solution that is compliant with the customer requirements, contractual and legislative requirements. Working closely with a Project Manager, the Project Engineering Manager must effectively plan and manage the engineering effort within projects from a performance, schedule and cost perspective.
Reporting to the Head of Engineering Project, the Project Engineering Manager will contribute to the monthly engineering governance cycle through preparation of engineering status reports. Project Engineering Managers build strong relationships with Engineering Functional Leads to ensure the resourcing plans for their projects are realistic and any issues arising are resolved swiftly. Project Engineering Managers are a vital part of business winning activity, coordinating the collection of engineering costs, preparation of an engineering plan and holding an engineering bid review.
The role requires a candidate who is self-motivated and enthusiastic, with strong leadership and behavioural skills. The ability to foster and develop effective working relationships is key to ensure engineers perform to the levels required of the project. A strong commercial and business awareness is also essential to ensure that the engineering effort can be managed in the correct context for each given project.
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