Civil Engineering Project Manager

Location
West Coast of Scotland and Western Isles
Salary
Competitive salary and benefits
Posted
31 Jul 2019
Closes
30 Aug 2019
Specialism
Maritime
Job Type
Permanent

Civil Engineering Project Manager

Permanent

Head Office - Port Glasgow

Area - West Coast of Scotland and Western Isles

Competitive salary and benefits

Caledonian Maritime Assets Ltd (CMAL) provides vessels and harbour infrastructure for ferry services throughout Scotland.  This position offers an exciting opportunity in a client role to be involved with asset maintenance and projects relating to CMAL’s harbours.  The role will involve frequent travel across Scotland.

With a degree in civil engineering or equivalent, and Incorporated or Chartered status, you will have extensive project and/or asset management experience and preferably a background in marine engineering.

Reporting to the Head of Civil Engineering, you will oversee the development, procurement and implementation of capital and refurbishment projects for harbour infrastructure.  You will be responsible for delivering a number of projects and will work with consultants, contractors, the port/ferry operator and local communities/groups.

Knowledge of Scottish Government procurement routes is desirable.  You will also have a proactive approach with excellent communication, organisational and problem solving skills.

The role will require site meetings and inspections, sometimes in the evening or at weekends.

A driving licence and a flexible approach to work are essential.  Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience, with benefits including a defined benefit pension scheme, life assurance and healthcare.

Please refer to CMAL’s website www.cmassets.co.uk for further information, including the Job Description & Person Specification.  Alternatively, you can request a job description and person specification from operations@cmassets.co.uk or contact Amy Clark on 01475 749920.

Please apply through S1Jobs.com

Closing date for applications: Midday, Friday 30th August 2019