Posted by: Tom Westbury
£40-50K, Car or Car allowance, Pension Contribution
Every business and building nowadays is reliant on a constant supply of power, be it to power computers and telephones, cash registers, or just to keep the lights on. And behind all of these, there’s always an Electrical Project Manager.
How would you like to work for a successful and well-established Building Services Contractor that not only provides top quality Mechanical & Electrical design, installation and maintenance services for their clients across the country, but also prides themselves on their team and their personal successes and happiness? This company and their wonderful staff have a proven track record of working with big name clients on even bigger scale projects, and now they’re looking to bring in a new Electrical Project Manager to take on these exciting challenges.
As an Electrical Project Manager, you’ll be able to take on large scale projects, testing and expanding your knowledge and skills by working to meet the unique requirements of each project within its budget. You will get the chance to manage a team of highly skilled Electrical Engineers who will report back to you on any work undertaken on projects. The projects you’ll work on cover a variety of sectors such as:
If you love to tackle unique new challenges, have excellent communication skills, are knowledgeable on Power Supplies, Lighting, Fire & Security Systems, CCTV, and have previous experience in Project Management, then we want to talk to you for this exciting Electrical Project Manager position!
As an Electrical Project Manager, you’ll be able to earn up to £50K, receive a company car or car allowance, and be entitled to a pension. Not only this, but thanks to the company’s size, there is a real chance for you to continue to progress and advance your career even further!
If you think you’re right for this role, then get in touch today to take your career to new heights!
Job Ref: TW223
To apply for this job email your details to Tom@synergypersonnelservices.co.uk.