Electrical Construction Manager required for a very well-established multi-disciplinary contractor is for a Data Centre project in Dublin. The successful candidate would be reporting into the Electrical Project Manager and have excellent career progression opportunities as well as the opportunity to work on some of Irelands most prestigious projects.
Please call Joe Newman on 086 075 7193 for a confidential discussion about this role.
- Electrical project management.
- Management of design consultants and electrical contractors.
- Programming, planning, coordinating and reporting of all electrical construction activities.
- Overseeing an entire mechanical element of the project to ensure high quality installation.
- Ensure compliance with programme, materials, quality and safety issues.
- To manage and drive a large team to meet with all project requirements and deadlines.
- Ensure the adherence to safety and quality standards.
- Ensure project profitability.
- Degree in Building Services Engineering or Electrical Engineering or relevant trade background required.
- 4 Years+ experience as an Electrical Construction Manager.
- Must have worked with an M&E Contractor in Ireland or the UK.
- Proven track record of having led teams on large projects with tight deadlines.
- Must have good commercial awareness and be a client facing individual.
- Detailed knowledge of the full design and construction process of a project.
- The successful Electrical Construction Manager must have an EU or UK passport.
- Experience working on Data Centre projects would be advantageous.
- Proficient in MS Office.
- Salary €80,000 to €95,000 DOE
- Discounted healthcare
- Excellent career progression opportunities
If you are an Electrical Construction Manager who is looking for your next career move, please send your CV to Joe Newman or call for a confidential discussion. All applications will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We also have many other roles for Mechanical Building Services Engineers and Electrical Engineers across Ireland.