Location UK / Down
Job Type Permanent full-time, TemporaryContract
Salary £30000 - 40000
Updated 5 days ago
We are currently looking for a project manager to manage various commercial M&E installation and package plantrooms, to include - biomass boiler, ground and air source heat pump, CHP generators, LPHW gas boilers, circulation pumps, inverters, auger motors, elevators and fuel transport system etc.
Alternative Heat Ltd specializes in the design, supply, Installation and maintenance of a wide range of commercial heating solutions throughout the UK & Ireland. We specialise in offsite fabrication and supply a wide range of skid mounted and containerised, commercial energy centres for the oil, gas and renewable industry.
We offer a range of renewable solutions including biomass boilers, ground and air source heat pumps, solar thermal and underfloor heating for the commercial sector throughout the UK & Ireland.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join us during a time of growth and get involved with our exciting projects. We are requiring an experienced Project Manager to join our team.
The successful candidate would be working in conjunction with an established commercial project management team and alongside our in-house M&E design team, who operate with the latest AutoCAD & MEP 3D design packages and hence previous experience working on commercial M&E projects at a manager’s level is essential.
The majority of our projects are currently based throughout the UK and Ireland and predominantly commercial M&E laid installation, however there are also elements of civil & construction works within these contracts and experience in this area would be beneficial.
Key responsibilities of the post holder will include:
Ensure project value, drawings, specification and project order is agreed and in place before works commence.
This role will be predominantly office based, (8am – 5pm, Monday to Friday). There will be a requirement to attend frequent site meetings for example to meet client representatives, carry out site surveys, assess site progress, meet sub-contractors, assist with co-ordination plant operational checks & final commissioning. It would be reasonable to assume you would need to be out onsite at least 1-2 day per week.