Critical Environment Project Manager

Cost Management/Quantity Surveying
Gavle SE
Permanent Full-Time
JobID 1835
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The opportunity

As a Critical Environment Project Manager at Linesight, you will work with highly experienced, culturally diverse, and passionate teams nurturing a strong social dynamic and a shared sense of achievement. You will gain vast industry experience that will open doors for you, extend your skillset and expand your perspective. We will empower, support, and enable you to take real responsibility in your role so that you can take charge of your career progression with us. You will be mentored and supported by industry leaders and given the tools to grow. You will also be involved in and contribute to our business strategy as we continue to evolve. For us lasting trusted relationships are everything, both with our teams and our clients.  

You will be responsible for the Closeout of all post-handover issues on projects and will be supported by a site-based PM team during the construction, fit-out and commissioning and handover phases of the project, ensuring that each project meets the Specifications, guidelines 

The key accountabilities of the CE PM include compliance to deliver on: HSE / Scope & Quality / Schedule / Continuous Improvement. 

In this role you will: 

  • Lead identification and resolution management with contractors, vendors, and client engagement participation. 
  • Implement project procedures and use reasonable endeavours to ensure that this procedure is always observed. 
  • Work with appointed GC and specialist project subcontractors to ensure correct work methods and installation requirements are adhered to and ensure that appropriate method statements are in place and signed off by the relevant parties in advance of installation. 
  • Liaise with teams and establish a structure and procedure for quality management. Establish review, approval and reporting procedures for all handover issues including the reporting of all metrics/burn down rate of all post-handover issues. 
  • Lead the implementation of all key project processes and monitor these processes, reporting and making recommendations to the client team. 
  • Assist in the review and assessment of proposed variations in the works and of any actual or anticipated delays to the progress of the works. 
  • Regularly conduct site inspections and obtain progress and quality reports. 
  • Coordinate with the client team, consultant team and the contractor on all snagging activities, including the schedule and stakeholder engagement. 
  • Lead the handover plan, monitor, and track the preparation of documentation. 
  • Presenting to the client Operations where closeout works may impact operating data centre core operations and ensuring works are fully planned, coordinated, approved, and meet Operational requirement standards. 

We would love to hear from you if you: 

  • Have experience project managing on a data centre project. 
  • Have a project management professional certification or are seeking one.  We can help. 
  • Have a degree or comparable experience in a project management or construction discipline. 
  • Are detail oriented and quality focused. 
  • Are an excellent communicator verbally and in writing. 
  • Thrive on building strong relationships with your team and clients through a shared purpose and sense of openness and fun. 

About us

Since 1974, we’ve been providing a construction consultancy service that keeps clients coming back. And for that we have our people to thank. It takes a special kind of togetherness to create our thriving, authentic culture. We overcome challenges together, delivering better projects and leveraging innovation. We see the potential in our people and we empower them. We’re a business on a journey – an agile business that is proud
to be different.

We are Linesight. Dynamic. Driven. Different.  

About Cost Management

Our teams of cost managers deliver cost predictability, a high level of assurance and value for money on prestigious, cutting-edge projects around the globe for world-leading clients. Be a part of our collaborative, close-knit teams, who share comprehensive knowledge of international, regional and local construction costs and benchmarks. We champion both mentoring and reverse mentoring across all levels and roles, so you can benefit from the deep expertise and development supports within our organisation, regardless of your experience or seniority.

Our approach to DE&I

At Linesight, we believe that our success is tied to the success of our employees, and we are committed to creating a workplace that is fair, equitable, and inclusive for everyone. We understand that creating an environment where all employees have an equal opportunity to thrive requires a concerted effort across every stage of their time with us, from hiring and onboarding to promotion, career growth, and development.

As part of this commitment, we have implemented a range of policies and initiatives to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DE&I). This starts with our attraction pipeline and accessible job descriptions, designed to attract a broad range of candidates, and continuing throughout the employee life cycle with DE&I checks built in at every stage. Fairness, consistency, and transparency are the core principles for all our hiring, salary increase, and promotion decisions with built-in gender pay gap checks. Employee and family-friendly policies also enhance inclusion and equity in our teams.  

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