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London 109 The Print Rooms London SE1 0LH Mattinson Partnership Highways Project Manager
Reference #: LBN637_1625144365
Location: London
Salary: £45834 - £48819 per annum
Benefits: public sector benefits
Sector: Traffic & Transport
Type: Permanent
Posted On: 01/07/2021

London Borough of Newham

About the Highways Project Manager

Highways Project Manager £45,834 - £48,819 (3 year fixed Term)

Vacancy Number: 637

CLOSING DATE: 25th July 2021 at 00.00 (Midnight)

INTERVIEWS: w/c 2nd of August 2021

Newham is an ambitious borough committed to putting people at the heart of everything we do. Highways, Sustainable Transport and Parking Services are universal front facing services that all of our residents and visitors interact with. Therefore, it is vital that we strengthen these services and make them as responsive to our residents' needs as possible. The Highways Project Manager role is key to enabling us to achieve this goal, working in a team of professionals delivering some of the boroughs major projects.

One of these projects is the Royal Docks Corridor. The Royal Docks Corridor is an important project to the London Borough of Newham. It is located within the Royal Docks Enterprise Zone, one of the largest urban development areas in London. It runs from Canning Town in the west to Connaught Bridge in the east, and includes 3.5km of urban realm improvements. Over the next 3 years, Newham will be delivering this project and are currently looking to increase the size of its project team. The estimated project value is in excess of £50m.

The post-holder will need to work closely with the overall Senior Project Manager or Principal Officer to help manage the project delivery, manage the technical staff and work with other borough officers. The project is currently in its preliminary design stage. Over the next 36 months, it needs to be delivered through the various stages of design and construction.

The post holder should be suitably experienced, hold a relevant degree in the highways design/ civil engineering field. Typically this would suit a Senior Engineer or Highways Project Manager who has experience of delivering large urban realm highways projects.

The post-holder will need to assist in the management of the various consultants and contractors involved in the project. The Post holder will need to have experience in managing contractors in the delivery of highway projects and a good understanding of the NEC suit of contracts.

This is a fantastic opportunity to gain experience delivering a large urban realm highways project in the historic Royal Docks area of London.

How to apply

Please see further details at Newham's Website and complete the online application, CV's will not be accepted.

 
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