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To £75k & Excellent Benefits Package

Building Services MEP Project Manager (Design & Construct) - Pharmaceutical / Laboratories / Life Sciences

Hertfordshire - £65/75K & excellent benefits package

Are you a Mechanical (HVAC) Building Services Project Manager who can demonstrate a stable employment history working within Pharmaceutical / Life Sciences?

Have you delivered a Project that has involved Hospitals / Healthcare, Laboratories or Cleanrooms?

Been exposed to Medical Gasses, Contamination, Humidification, Pressure, Purified Water, Steam and Filters (HEPA or UPLA)?

If so, we need to talk!

Reporting to the Building Services Project Director of a business that has delivered projects within these spaces for over 70 years, you will initially take responsibility as a Design Lead, taking the brief and overseeing the early Design stage confirming a smooth transition into the Construction phase Co-ordinating and Managing the MEP Building Services packages.

There is flexibility as to where you work, either office based in Hertfordshire or site based typically twice a week where you will check the progress against the programme, check the quality of the Contractors installations and flag up any design issues to the MEP Design team and the Construction Managers.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Processing of change orders
  • Preparing and reviewing job cost reports
  • Submit drawings to necessary authorities for approvals.
  • Co-ordinate all functions of design and engineering departments to ensure timely completion of the project.
  • Resolving any challenges with Clients and Sub-Contractor ensuring an efficient hand over to the client.
  • You will ideally be professionally qualified with a Degree in Building Services, Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
  • Demonstrate a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in an Engineering, Design or Construction Environment. Holding a Project Management qualification such as Prince 2, APM or Agile would be advantageous.
  • An ability to produce a detailed Design, Construction and Commissioning programme.