Orion Group

Orion Group Dudley Rd, Birmingham B18 7QH, UK
Oct 13, 2018
Full time
Job Title: Construction Project Manager Start date: ASAP Type: Permanent Salary: £40,000 - £60,000 Location: North West Region, Birmingham Role synopsis The Project Manager is accountable for assigned projects within a construction programme that align with BP Retail's Asset strategy. Primarily the role will ensure the safe, timely and cost efficient delivery of construction projects to a quality standard that is acceptable to the business. The role also supports the UK dealer programme by providing a Project, Programme Management service to the dealer team. Key accountabilities Lead assigned projects through key activities within a defined project lifecycle of initiation, planning, execution & handover following the standard CVP process. Work with internal and approved external resources to ensure that all permitting activities are completed in line with the Master Programme. Negotiate & communicate effectively with property owners, developers, local government, government agencies (i.e. Highways Agency), pressure groups, the public and others to achieve BP's objectives, protecting, optimising the value and performance of the clients Retail's assets. Where appropriate support the relevant Acquisition Manager in managing property owners, agents, Highways Agencies and others consultants, supporting the end to end delivery of NTI sites (new to Industry). The Project Manager will be the SPA for HSSE responsibility for all projects within his/her area, and applying OMS throughout. Ensure all expenditure is planned and in accordance with CVP and P2P. When required participate in other Ad Hoc Retail Asset Projects Ensuring timely delivery of projects (within the time schedule agreed), on budget and in accordance to the original specification. Projects should also meet the required quality standards. Engage with the Pre-Construction team in relation to the submission of documents to discharge planning conditions Developing indicative cost plan based on scheme and accountable for first cost plan based on the detailed project engineering, and supporting the submission of the relevant clients' Financial Memorandum related to the project Supporting as required in procurement processes Accountable and responsible for the Management of Change (MoC) process is followed to implement any changes in the project, in particular in order to ensure that HSSE is not compromised and that the construction is fully compliant with the licenses and permits granted Accountable for regular reporting including degree of completion, estimated date for commercial operation, cost to date and cost forecast, communicating deviations and defining action plan to mitigate them Review and investigate near miss reports associated with the project. Identify and progress any actions required and share lessons learnt Handing over the project to Maintenance, after successful completion of the commissioning tests and clearance of snagging items identified during the handover visit Ensuring upload and/or update of all relevant documentation such as as-built design, drawings, certificates, permits and licenses, final authorizations, warranty certificates, equipment manuals, etc. to the assets register upon completion Accountable for financial project closure, cancelation of open Purchase Orders and associated release of Capex. Participate in an on call rota (typically 2/3 weeks per annum), to support emergency response on a 24/7 basis, in coordination of incidents involving a serious threat to health and safety of employees, the public or the environment Essential Education Undergraduate or postgraduate degree in the built environment or equivalent education UK Safety Passport Essential experience and job requirements Experience of negotiating and conflict resolution in project management Experience in Project Management related to construction activities, including HSSE accountability and management of engineering services Experience in managing construction projects through a stage-gate process (CVP) In depth knowledge of construction programming, quality criteria and engineering & construction management. Knowledge of branding and associated compliance within projects Technical Competencies: Retail Competencies - Retail Standards, Policies & Procedures: Skilful Project Management Competencies - Contract Management: Skilful Project Management Competencies - Programme Management: Mastery Project Management Competencies - Project Performance & Risk Management: Mastery Project Management Competencies - Project Planning & Scheduling: Mastery Project Management Competencies - Relationship Management : Skilful HSSE Competencies - OMS: Skilful HSSE Competencies - Management of Change: Skilful HSSE Competencies - Working with Contractors (Pre-contract): Skilful HSSE Competencies - Working with Contractors (Post contract): Skilful Desirable criteria and qualifications Project Management Professional (PMP), Prince 2 Practitioner or equivalent certificate, or equivalent education and experience is desirable NEBOSH or equivalent is desirable Membership of professional body desirable (MCIOB, MAPM, MICE, MRICS) Please contact Alim Sesay below if you would like to apply for this opportunity. Office: Mobile: Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.
Orion Group 133 Oldham St, Manchester M4 1LN, UK
Oct 13, 2018
Job Title: Business Manager for Head of Electrical & Instrumentation Location: UK Wide, Manchester, Reading Scotland Salary: Competitive + plus annual bonus, car or cash allowance, healthcare and much more Permanent | Full Time Hours Role The main purpose of this role will be to assume full P&L accountability for my client's contracting's Electrical and Instrumentation (E&I) business across multiple sites in the UK, including setting the strategic direction and plan to align with the overall company strategy in order to develop the business into the leading E&I business in the UK. You will be required to lead and manage the business and its people to maximise profitability and revenue, ensuring that it achieves a high proportion of repeat business from customers, ensuring that our approach is tailored to exceed customers' expectations and that maximum efficiency is achieved throughout all stages of our operations. In addition you will need to comply with the company governance procedures and deploy company systems and process at all times whilst ensuring the safety, health and wellbeing of all our people. Your Skills and Experience The desired candidate for this vacancy will be qualified to Degree level (or equivalent) in a construction related discipline plus significant demonstrable experience managing a P&L for a large scale contracting business. You will ideally have a demonstrable understanding of my client's relevant business areas, and in particular be knowledgeable regarding the E&I sector in the UK. You should have experience and a comprehensive knowledge of JCT / NEC Form of Contracts to support the management of multi-site projects and possess a high level of commercial acumen and financial management skills. As an individual you will have excellent customer focus and an ability to build and maintain internal / external relationships, excellent strategic business planning skills and a disciplined approach. As expected you will be required to possess outstanding leadership and teamwork qualities and an ability to adapt to changing and challenging environments in order to meet deadlines. Additional qualifications including Construction Skills Certificate Scheme (CSCS), APM / PRINCE2 or similar as well as proficiency of MS Word, MS Excel, MSP (Project Software) would be desirable. A full clean UK driving license is essential as travel within the UK will form part of the role Benefits With more than 22,000 employees working over 242 locations, we strive to be a great place to work for everyone. In addition to a competitive salary, you'll automatically be enrolled in into our Group Pension Plan and have the opportunity to join our Share plans. You'll enjoy a generous annual leave entitlement of 34 days (inclusive of public holidays), with the option to buy up to 10 extra days. Each employee is also entitled to one day paid volunteering, allowing you to dedicate your time, skills and expertise to your local community or a charitable cause as part of our "Be the Difference" scheme. Please contact Alim Sesay below if you would like to apply for this opportunity. Office: Mobile: Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.
Orion Group Cheshire, UK
Oct 12, 2018
Full time
Construction Project Manager - Petrol/service station construction projects United Kingdom - Flexible - Home Based (UK) Role synopsis The Project Manager is accountable for assigned projects within a construction programme that align with the businesses Retail's Asset strategy. Primarily the role will ensure the safe, timely and cost-efficient delivery of construction projects to a quality standard that is acceptable to the business. The role also supports the UK dealer programme by providing a Project, Programme Management service to the dealer team. Key accountabilities Lead assigned projects through key activities within a defined project lifecycle of initiation, planning, execution & handover following the standard CVP process. Work with internal and approved external resources to ensure that all permitting activities are completed in line with the Master Programme. Negotiate & communicate effectively with property owners, developers, local government, government agencies (i.e. Highways Agency), pressure groups, the public and others to achieve objectives, protecting, optimising the value and performance of Retail's assets. Where appropriate support the relevant Acquisition Manager in managing property owners, agents, Highways Agencies and others consultants, supporting the end to end delivery of NTI sites (new to Industry). The Project Manager will be the SPA for HSSE responsibility for all projects within his/her area, and applying OMS throughout. Ensure all expenditure is planned and in accordance with CVP and P2P. When required participate in other Ad Hoc Retail Asset Projects Ensuring timely delivery of projects (within the time schedule agreed), on budget and in accordance to the original specification. Projects should also meet the required quality standards. Engage with the Pre-Construction team in relation to the submission of documents to discharge planning conditions Developing indicative cost plan based on scheme and accountable for first cost plan based on the detailed project engineering, and supporting the submission of the relevant Financial Memorandum related to the project Supporting as required in procurement processes Accountable and responsible for the Management of Change (MoC) process is followed to implement any changes in the project, in particular in order to ensure that HSSE is not compromised and that the construction is fully compliant with the licenses and permits granted Accountable for regular reporting including degree of completion, estimated date for commercial operation, cost to date and cost forecast, communicating deviations and defining action plan to mitigate them Review and investigate near miss reports associated with the project. Identify and progress any actions required and share lessons learnt Handing over the project to Maintenance, after successful completion of the commissioning tests and clearance of snagging items identified during the handover visit Ensuring upload and/or update of all relevant documentation such as as-built design, drawings, certificates, permits and licenses, final authorizations, warranty certificates, equipment manuals, etc. to the assets register upon completion Accountable for financial project closure, cancelation of open Purchase Orders and associated release of Capex. Participate in an on call rota (typically 2/3 weeks per annum), to support emergency response on a 24/7 basis, in coordination of incidents involving a serious threat to health and safety of employees, the public or the environment Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.
Orion Group Cheshire, UK
Oct 05, 2018
Regional Director- Cost Management - Rail Working for an international company with a strong culture of progression. Placing great emphasis on the training, development and assessment of our staff, we're dedicated to providing cutting-edge expertise. Due to business growth, we are looking for an exceptional Regional Director (Cost Manager) with strong and proven infrastructure experience, notably for Rail projects, to take a lead position in our Central Region Transportation team. The individual would play a key role in supporting the growth of our infrastructure team through delivering and winning work with existing clients, including a major Rail client, and growing our portfolio. Based in Manchester or Leeds and reporting to the responsible Director you will contribute to the business plan for the team. You will manage and plan resources, innovate and foster a collaborative, professional and positive working environment. This role will primarily be focused on business development activity and include interaction with other offices in the region and the wider business. You will be specifically responsible for the delivery of major commissions and support the Director in recruiting high calibre individuals that will deliver excellence to our clients. You will stimulate profitable growth for the team, act as a mentor to others and drive the performance of the business forward. This is the ideal opportunity for an Associate Director looking to further their career or a Regional Director to embrace a new challenge and help us grow the rail sector in the region. Rewards and Benefits: a fantastic range of benefits, which you can tailor to suit your own health, wellbeing, financial and lifestyle choices. Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.
Orion Group London, UK
Oct 04, 2018
Technical Director - Highways Salary: - £64,000+ pa Location: Central London Working for one of the UK's leading independent property and infrastructure consultancies, specialising in planning, environment, and sustainability. Providing well researched strategic thinking and in-depth analysis, we deliver leading edge technical expertise - always to the highest standards of project management and professionalism. Working with our clients we provide a bespoke service focused on enabling them to make the right decisions and achieve the right outcomes. With a team comprising of some of the most talented people in the industry, we particularly enjoy working on the most exciting and complex projects, where clients can leverage the full value of our insight and commitment. What we're looking for? We are seeking an experienced environmental consultant, with good understanding of the UK highways transportation sector, including planning and consents process, and with EIA knowledge and experience. In this role you will: Engage with contact base in UK highways sector to establish opportunity pipeline. Provide support to business leads to secure sustainable fee-earning projects. Coordinate multidisciplinary teams working on infrastructure projects. Manage the drafting, assembly and editing of Environmental Statements and reviewing of topic specialists' inputs. Conduct and lead desk studies, research, data management and report writing. Liaise with internal and external clients and statutory bodies, and public consultation, as necessary. Assist with managing and preparing applications which may include Town and Country Planning, Development Consent Order, Transport and Works Act etc. Provide thought leadership and innovative thinking to develop differentiated offerings for clients. Provide support and guidance to junior consultants and where required, oversee/ mentor their work. Apply an understanding of the project lifecycle and the multiple opportunities available to Temple. Travel between our company offices, and to client locations as require, in England. You will have: Previous experience of delivering planning and EIAs and working with multi-disciplinary teams, preferably working with engineers. Sound knowledge and experience of the UK planning system, plus experience of liaising with planning authorities and stakeholders. An understanding of the town and country planning regime. Degree level qualification in EIA, town planning and/or other applicable studies. Commercial awareness and familiarity with managing budgets as part of project delivery. Excellent report writing and communication skills. Ideally you will have postgraduate qualification in a relevant subject and be a chartered member of the Institute of Environmental Managers (or equivalent) and/or the Chartered Institute of Highways and Transportation Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.