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Project Manager (Fire Suppressions Solutions)

Job Description

As Project Manager you will be responsible for project managing the safe and successful delivery of installation projects from initial planning through installation and to system commissioning, ensuring time, cost and quality targets are met.

The role will be responsible for covering projects Nation Wide (however most projects are based in the London locations). Candidates will be required to travel extensively (Nationally) and will require the ability to stay away from home as necessary.

This role has a number of direct and indirect reports and is responsible for the effective
management of staff and sub-contractors as assigned to each project, and for the coaching and mentoring of these as necessary with regards to skills and knowledge required to perform the tasks safely, effectively and to the required standard.

Package Details

  • £45,000 to £50,000 DOE
  • Company Car / Car Allowance after qualifying period
  • Fuel Card, Mobile Phone & Laptop / Tablet


  • Previous experience within a Construction biased Project Engineering / Management role ideally working on Large Commercial and/or Public Sector M&E installation projects.
  • Previous experience working on Fire Suppression / Detection or similar solutions
  • Hold relevant Construction / Project Management qualifications, such as PRINCE2, MAPM, CDM, CSCS and SMSTS
  • Previous experience of managing Suppliers / Sub-Contractors
  • Strong understanding of HSE requirements, including CDM

Key Responsibilities

  • Planning - Create, for senior project manager sign-off, a project schedule for each project which meets the needs of the client and our contractual obligations. Preparing all paperwork, in respect of the project (site surveys, risk assessments, method statements). Meet and liaise with clients for confirmation of specific requirements, progress meetings.
  • Resource Allocation - Confirm the materials, tools, and amenities required for each project are accurate and sourced/ordered and dispatched at the appropriate time for successful project delivery.
    Delivery of Project - Delivery of project from Initiation to Completion and to the agreed
    Time Frame, within agreed Costs and to the agreed Quality standards. Ensuring variations
    to original drawings upon which original price was based are agreed in writing by the client etc.
  • Management - Responsible for ensuring appropriate supervision of project team and
    for ensuring the assigned installation team, including subcontractors, are competent and qualified to undertake the project requirements and that they are fully briefed in respect of the project requirements, including systems of safe working, RAMS and Toolbox Talks etc, and that signatures for such are collected as necessary and copies returned to the Fireworks QHSE Dept.
  • Identify and set clear and relevant benchmarks to monitor progress towards Time, Cost, and Quality on each project.
  • Responsible for the financial planning and monitoring of the project costs, including re-forecasting as necessary
  • Responsible for ensuring the health, safety and welfare of staff allocated to and working on a project, for the prevention of pollution, and for minimising the impact of project activities on the environment. Conducting regular site safety audits and returning all audit paperwork to the Fireworks QHSE Compliance Dept.
  • Ensuring records are maintained, in the associated Site and Fireworks Project File, as required by the Client and by Fireworks Quality, Health & Safety and Environmental Management Systems.