Project Manager\Coordinator

Job Locations IE-Galway
Job Post Information* : Posted Date 2 years ago(6/8/2022 6:30 AM)
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My client is an offsite construction company that designs, manufactures, and installs light gauge steel frame structures for use in residential and commercial projects throughout Ireland and the UK. They have a team of dedicated, highly skilled people who use modern methods of construction and the latest technology in BIM software to produce offsite solutions to the industry up to 10 stories.


  • 5 + Years proven experience on structural \ civil engineering projects
  • Construction Management Qualification (SMSTS)
  • Ability to produce, implement and manage overall project delivery plan including safe systems of work for construction procedures.
  • Setting out and site experience essential.
  • Strong assertive management skills and ability to make decisions when necessary
  • Office (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Good communication and problem solving abilities


  • Ensure on time project delivery meeting highest level of service and quality.
  • End to end project management from project award to client handover.
  • Continuously develop the systems and methods used to manage product delivery.
  • Co-ordinate delivery for the project with Commercial Manager, Design Manager and Production Manager.
  • Managing multiple fitting crews on sites.
  • Manage all Safety and Quality aspects of each project.
  • Report to Commercial manager on any cost implications.
  • Responsible for all aspects of managing project delivery from award to client handover.
  • Overall responsibility for all site activities such Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety which includes all related assurance, warranty and certification schemes such as SCI and BOPAS.
  • Responsible for managing, induction of onsite sub-contractors.
  • Responsible for ensuring company satisfies all statutory requirements; i.e Insurance, EHS etc. on site activities.
  • Responsibility for all lifting plant and equipment to complete the works


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