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Job Reference: 2199
Closing date: Thursday 1st August 2019
Location: North Acton
CSCS Card: Required - Green (Labourer)
Description of Role: Conway Aecom are searching for a Contracts Manager to join their team based in North Acton. Undertaking a critical role, you will have the opportunity to make your mark within an innovative and growing business. FM Conway, deliver vital infrastructure services that help keep people, communities and businesses moving and are always searching for talented individuals to join their organisation. Working closely with the Operations Manager, the Contracts Manager role involves providing a first-class service to customers by delivering highway maintenance and construction works.
Personal Specification: FM Conway are searching for an individual who holds experience in managing all aspects of a contract ideally within the Highways industry. If you have knowledge of traffic management, health and safety, plus fantastic communication and leadership skills, then they would like to hear from you.
Main Responsibilities: As Contracts Manager, you will promote and ensure a safe and healthy working environment for all, displaying exemplary Health and Safety leadership and ensuring all H & S plans, method statements and risk assessments are undertaken, reviewed and documented. You will also be required to undertake the following:
- Deliver routine maintenance works to programme and budget and to support the delivery of cyclical works using either directly employed labour or subcontractors.
- Manage 24/7 reactive aspects of the business including emergency response and management of severe weather events.
- Support the evaluation of performance against target and identify opportunities for efficiency and improvement.
- Liaise with clients to understand delivery requirements and ensure quality expectations are met.
- Ensure the works programme is effectively resourced with labour, plant and materials.
- Support the evaluation of cost and revenue performance in line with the works programme and overheads