Building Services Manager required for a medium sized main building contractor. Our client is currently working on some of the most prestigious projects for blue chip clients in Ireland (student accommodation, healthcare, commercial and industrial and datacentres).
This would be an ideal role for an experienced Building Services Manager looking to advance their career. You will report to a well-respected Contracts Manager who we have worked closely with for many year
- Successfully Procure MEP packages on Projects with a range of values.
- To fully understand and manage the M&E design requirements of the tender/project.
- To manage the Consultant Design Team and any M&E specialist subcontract design to the programme and quality required.
- To set up and manage the project document control strategy and systems.
- Manage and Chair M&E meetings between all parties to ensure the works are successfully executed and the package remain profitable on the project.
- Set up and manage M&E Commissioning Programme.
- Deliver effective verification of the various systems and ensure the end user demonstrations are clear and concise.
- Ideally have a Degree in Building Services, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering. This client will also consider candidates from a trades background with services coordination experience.
- Ideally have 2-5 years’experience in building services coordination in Ireland and the UK.
- Knowledge and experience of Revit/BIM.
Salary & Benefits:
- Salary circa €70k-€80k, depending on experience.
- Company vehicle / travel allowance
- Continuous Professional Development
If you are a Building Services Manager considering a career move, please feel to send your CV or contact Declan Hasson for a confidential discussion. GPC will not send any applicants CV’s to clients without a full discussion and prior consent. GPC is a specialist construction recruitment consultancy based in Dublin and has more than 23 years’ experience working in the recruitment of construction professionals within Ireland and Internationally.