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at ilke Homes

Our factory team works together to build high quality homes using the latest precision engineering technology. The team has backgrounds in all kinds of sectors, from fashion to cars, so our skills set is not at all limited to traditional construction.

what it’s like to work at ilke Homes

At ilke Homes we offer a collaborative culture, with our people at the heart of everything we do. In our fun and exciting working environment, we work together to deliver a product that meets the needs of modern living.

We offer excellent training and development programmes to grow our talent, as well as the opportunity to create and shape an innovative and dynamic business from every role of the organisation. We are also an above Living Wage employer and we are passionate about having a diverse team.

Additional benefits include:
  • Competitive salaries
  • Flexible working opportunities
  • Bonus scheme
  • Health insurance scheme
  • Company pension scheme
  • Paid sick leave
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays
  • Death in service

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Current Group Vacancies


Architectural Design Technician

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Architectural Design Technician, proficient in Autodesk Revit. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based product development team, the Architectural Design Technician will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing general assembly and co-ordinated drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
The Architectural Design Technician will be responsible for interpreting the requirements of the customer and the architectural designers to ensure that the products, components and parts designed meet these requirements and comply with appropriate building codes, regulations and other relevant compliance standards.   The Design team plays a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Manager and Product and Marketing Director, liaise with internal and external customers, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Assist on all stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building
• Liaise with internal and external clients, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the companies BOPAS and other Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance:
• Work with a variety of specialist consultants including but not limited to:
– Structural Engineers
– Acoustician
– SAP Assessors
– Mechanical Designers
– Electrical Designers
  – Architects
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.

Person Specification:

 

Qualifications & Training:
•A good degree in an architecture, engineering or science based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level

 

Experience:
•Experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations and BOPAS accreditation scheme.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.

 

Qualities & Attitude:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email.

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M&E Design Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Design Engineer with a mechanical bias looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based technical team, under the leadership of the Technical Director, the Design Engineer will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing assembly and manufacturing drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
The Design Engineer will be responsible for interpreting the requirements of the customer and the architectural designers to ensure that the products, components and parts designed meet these requirements and comply with appropriate building codes, regulations and other relevant compliance standards.
The Design team will also play a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Manager and Technical Director, liaise with internal and external customers, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Assist on all stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building
• Liaise with internal and external clients, end users, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through all stages of design.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the companies BOPAS and other Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance.
• Work with a variety of specialist consultants including but not limited to:
– Structural Engineers.
– Acoustician
– Carbon Consultants.
– BREEAM Assessors
– Mechanical Designers
– Electrical Designers
– Architects
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A good degree in an engineering or science based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level
Experience
• Experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations and BOPAS accreditation scheme.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Inventor, Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email

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DfMA Design Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Design Engineer, ideally with residential construction experience. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Working as part a factory based technical team, the Design Engineer will perform a variety of design and drafting activities, including preparing and updating the product 3D models, preparing assembly and manufacturing drawings in an appropriate 2D format, maintaining part and component hierarchies, to maximise the flexibility of the design and to deal effectively with the increasing requirement for product variety and variations.
You will be responsible ensuring the requirements of the concept design and co-ordinated Revit model are met and that the products, components and parts designed in the manufacturing design model and drawings meet the design requirements and are understood by the production team to enable efficient manufacturing and assembly.
The Design team play a pivotal role in driving and controlling the Engineering Change Request system, as the product design evolves, maintaining the physical and digital records of both the base designs, the variants and the ‘as built’ records.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Under the guidance of the Design Team Lead and Operations Director, liaise with internal and external customers, statutory bodies and design consultants to ensure smooth delivery of the project through the final stages of design and manufacture.
• Assist on final stages of the new product design process to control and interrogate the activities of external design consultants and internal design team members.
• Providing expert technical advice, maintaining consistent link to the factory teams, end users, clients and statutory bodies.
• Identify and manage risks identifying design solutions to eliminate, reduce or control risks during the construction and final operation of the building.
• Participate actively design team meetings.
• Comply with the processes stipulated under the company’s Quality Assurance Processes, liaising with all relevant bodies as required.
• Work with internal and external designers to discharge any conditions or approvals.
• Provide information and support to achieve/maintain NHBC, BOPAS or other accreditation scheme compliance.
• Ensure that projects are delivered in accordance with ilke Homes BIM Protocols
• To work in a safe and sensible manner within the boundaries of the Company Health and Safety Policy and any additional site restrictions.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A good degree in an engineering or science-based discipline
• English and Maths pass at GCSE / ‘O’ Level
Experience
• Experience in domestic building services (mechanical and electrical)
• Preferable experience in offsite product manufacture with specific knowledge of new product design development.
• Knowledge of Building Regulations, including Part P.
• Working knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations.
• Full working knowledge of Autodesk design tools including Inventor, Revit, Vault and AutoCad.
• Experience within Offsite and Modern Methods of Construction.
Qualities:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision
• Excellent communications skills, oral, written and using PowerPoint or similar
• With the ability to work as part of a multi-functional team, respecting alternative professional skills and opinions
• Skilled in the use of IT equipment and common office products such as the Microsoft Office suite and email.

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Quality Systems Engineer

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Quality Systems Engineer looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Fundamental to what ilke homes has set out to do is to build better homes in a better way. At the core of this, the Quality Assurance team are working to ensure we deliver on this element of our mission. The Quality Engineer interfaces with all departments and is accountable for delivering the systems for assuring product is produced and delivered to standard, driving increased levels of business performance and customer satisfaction.

 

Demonstrating a passion and enthusiasm for quality, the Quality Engineer will support quality compliance and improvement by defining the methods used to measure system and key process’s characteristics and efficiency.

Primary Responsibilities:
• Working with a departmental stakeholder to ensure processes are working effectively and efficiently, and to verify external requirements are being met
• Define, collect and analyse data for system and process development. Prepare reports
• Assist with training of various quality subjects
• Support the Quality System Manager to develop and improve the Quality Culture throughout the organisation
• Coordinate the review of Quality procedures associated with plant continuous improvement initiatives
• Report on Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) in order to adhere to process and prevent occurrence of any non-conformity relating to product, process or system
• Communicating and escalating urgent Quality concerns to the Quality Manager and other members of the team
• Carry out and coach others to perform internal audits to maintain BOPAS certification and support the implementation process of ISO 9001:2015 and other relevant accreditations
• Lead the resolution of any process and system non-conformances and continuous improvement activities
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:• Engineering or technical degree preferred, BTec level 3, relevant ‘A’ levels or equivalent essential.
• Presentation / Training skills
• Preferred skills include: ISO and auditing experience, knowledge of quality planning tools including Risk Assessments, such as Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA), Process Control Plan (PCP), Problem solving skills, Six sigma or statistical process control techniques, capability analysis and lean manufacturing philosophies, project management
Experience:• Minimum of 3 years quality engineering
• Experience in manufacturing, engineering or construction environment
• Auditing to standards (ISO 9000 or similar)
• Experience within a start-up or rapidly expanding business is advantage
Qualities & Attitude:
• Highly Customer focused
• Passion for Quality
• Integrity to do the right thing, speaks up
• Enthusiastic, positive, inspiring
• Takes ownership/accountable
• Proactive, engaged, hands-on
• Excellent communicator/collaborator
• Leads by example
• Makes data driven decisions
• Thorough & professional
• Team player

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Change Contoller

We have a fantastic opportunity for an experienced Change Controller looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Fundamental to what ilke homes has set out to do is to build better homes in a better way. At the core of this, the Quality Assurance team are working to ensure we deliver on this element of our mission. Ensuring the department, and the business as a whole, collects, distributes and controls all of the relevant documentation is a pivotal part of our Quality System. The Change Controller, therefore, plays an important part in ensuring the smooth running of the Quality Management System and the relationships of the Quality Department with other important functions within the business.
The Change Controller in collaboration with the Change Control Board, will drive the Change Control and Change Order processes to ensure effective investigation plans are put in place and relevant stakeholders engaged to ensure adequate planning of change is in place, before changes are enacted.
The change control system includes management of changes relevant to :
• Design or technical details
• Suppliers or materials
• Regulations
• Products, processes or systems
• Continuous improvement activities
Primary Responsibilities:
• Ensure all changes are performed in a controlled manner
• Define structured methodology and lead change activities
• Ensure all internal and external requirements incl. regulatory requirements are reviewed, risk assessment carried out at relevant stages of the change management process
• Integrate change management activities into project plan if required
• Track and monitor the progress throughout the implementation of changes
• Control the NCR, ECR and ECO processes
• Liaising with internal stakeholders to ensure changes are planned and adequately resources, in line with business needs
• Define and measure KPI`s
• Lead follow up / lesson learnt activities to verify change has been effectively implemented and bring intended result
• Working with Design to ensure controlled copies of relevant standards, regulations and technical documentation is available, as required, within the business
• Collaborating with Learning and Development and all departments within the business to ensure that the Skills matrices are up to date and reflect the relevant competencies
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A minimum of four GCSEs, including maths and English, at grade 4 (C) or above, or their equivalents, such as the Welsh Baccalaureate or Scottish Nationals
• HND or level 5 BTec preferred
• Familiarity with the core elements of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience with SharePoint is an advantage
Experience
• Minimum of 5 years business administration
• Previous experience of working with change control systems
• Experience in manufacturing, engineering or construction environment is an advantage
• Team management experience is preferred
Qualities & Attitude:
• Organised and personally disciplined
• Enthusiastic, positive, collaborative
• Takes ownership/accountable
• Proactive, engaged, hands-on
• Excellent communicator
• Leads by example
• Makes data driven decisions
• Thorough & professional
• Team player

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Quality Document Controller

Working as part of our Quality Systems team, we have a fantastic opportunity for a Document Controller looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

Fundamental to what ilke homes has set out to do is to build better homes in a better way. At the core of this, the Quality Assurance team are working to ensure we deliver on this element of our mission. Ensuring the department, and the business as a whole, collects, distributes and controls all of the relevant documentation is a pivotal part of our Quality System. The Document Controller, therefore, plays an important part in ensuring the smooth running of the Quality Management Systems and the relationships of the Quality Department with other important functions within the business.
The Quality Document Controller will collect, record and issue control documents relating to products, materials, projects and processes. To achieve this successfully the Quality Document Controller interfaces with all departments, both technical and commercial and is accountable for ensuring all of the relevant documentation is collected and distributed in a timely manner. As the business progresses, managing the change control of these documents, as they are superseded by updates and revisions will also be vital to the success of the role.
Demonstrating good discipline and personal organisation along with an enthusiasm for product and process quality, the Quality Document Controller will help to ensure all business functions have access to the most up to date product, process and materials documentation.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Manage the processes around documentation within the organisation. This include Procedures, Policies, SOP`s, Material Documentations, Technical Specifications, Forms and Records
• Review and update documents to reflect changes as necessary
• Ensure the rules for document storage, distribution, access and change control are compliant to internal and external requirements, all documentation meets format requirements
• Notify and/or distribute updated documents to relevant personnel
• Patriciate in the development and management of an electronic document control system
• Working with Design to ensure controlled copies of relevant standards, regulations and technical documentation is available, as required, within the business
• Ensure that records are kept in a systematic way and available as required to internal and external parties
• Conduct regular review audits
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• A minimum of four GCSEs, including maths and English, at grade 4 (C) or above, or their equivalents, such as the Welsh Baccalaureate or Scottish Nationals
• Familiarity with the core elements of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Experience with SharePoint is an advantage
Experience
• Minimum of 3 years business administration
• Experience in manufacturing, engineering or construction environment is an advantage
• Experience with SharePoint or Document Control System is advantage
Qualities & Attitude:
• Organised and personally disciplined
• Enthusiastic, positive, collaborative
• Takes ownership/accountable
• Proactive, engaged, hands-on
• Excellent communicator
• Leads by example
• Makes data driven decisions
• Thorough & professional
• Team player

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Assistant Quantity Surveyor - Product Development

Working as part of our Product Development team, we have a fantastic opportunity for an Assistant Quantity Surveyor looking for a new and exciting challenge. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

This is a unique opportunity to join a new, evolving business and define the structure for product costings and identify areas of potential savings/enhancements.
The role reports to the Quantity Surveyor who holds the responsibility for the development, issue and maintenance of the Bill of Materials (BoM) including the target costs thereof for all house and apartment types. The Assistant Quantity Surveyor will help with the production of the project specific BoM and related costs, included in the variations/customer extras.
The right candidate will have the ability to think outside the box and be flexible and adaptable in a fast paced environment.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Assisting in completing and maintaining BoMs in line with the ilke Specification document and system manual for house types.
• Assisting in the production of project specific BoMs to cover customer variations and extras.
• Monitoring Part Lists and setting up new approved parts, in conjunction with Design team, Procurement, Planning and Stores
• Work as part of the commercial team helping to maintain the Fixings list and Site BoM.
• Cost Road Map – Help monitor the opportunities for cost reduction, producing reports and managing those reports to reduce cost.
• To assist with the change process (ECR/ECO process) and ensure BoM is updated accordingly. Help provide commercially motivated input into the technical, design and operational projects.
• Assistance in the production of costs to be issued to the business development team.
• Help support the Stores and purchasing team with their information and understanding of the products and their uses.
• In collaboration with the Supply Chain team, tracking of raw material pricing and taking action as required.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Educated to a HNC or working towards Degree in Quantity Surveying
• Experience in a professional discipline such as surveying, supply chain, engineering or finance.
Experience
• Experience in the use of Modern Methods of Construction would be desirable
• Background with major contractor, house builder or specialist contractor who have a reputation for delivering high quality homes in the UK would be desirable
Qualities & Attitude:
• Excellent communication skills
• Positive can-do attitude.
• Keen eye for detail.
• Ability to work in a fast paced, evolving business.
• Commercially and technically minded.

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Recruitment Manager

We are excited to be working together to recruit a Recruitment Manager into the HR team. This is a new role in the business, so a fantastic opportunity to really be able to make your mark and build this role into a value-added function of the business. This role is based at our site in Flaxby, North Yorkshire.

We have experienced significant growth since the business began and with that has seen our recruitment needs change and grow. You will be leading and driving the recruitment strategy for the business, ensuring we are exploring all possible avenues for attracting top talent that we can retain.
Working closely with the HR Manager and L&D Manager, the Recruitment Manager will lead on the recruitment of all open vacancies across the business.  Reporting to the Head of HR, the Recruitment Manager will be self-motivated, proactive and keen to deliver a high level of service.  They will lead, establish and maintain influential relationships with relevant stakeholders, ensuring an excellent quality and coverage of recruitment support at all times.
The role requires the ability to think and plan strategically, with a high level of adaptability to juggle conflicting priorities in an ever-changing environment where tight deadlines are in place.
Primary responsibilities of the role will include taking full ownership of recruitment processes and systems, driving the employer brand, leading on all non-Executive recruitment across the business, building solid stakeholder relationships with Hiring Managers, and preparing job adverts to attract key talent.  Additionally, you will conduct telephone interviews, develop and manage local and national level recruitment campaigns, including developing social media campaigns, and create and analyse recruitment KPI’s.
Our ideal candidate will be REC or CIPD Qualified, with a minimum of 3 years recruitment experience in either an internal recruitment or recruitment consultant role.  As a strong communicator, with a positive can-do attitude, you will have experience of working in a fast-paced environment, recruiting at all levels of an organisation, with experience of high-volume recruitment.  A recruitment background gained in either a manufacturing, engineering or similar-type business would be advantageous, as would commercial understanding and budgeting experience.

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Section Leader

Our Section Leaders manage a team of up to 30 people, of varying skill levels and are responsible for the safe and effective running of their area of responsibility, whilst supporting their colleagues to ensure a safe environment for all. This role is based at our Flaxby manufacturing facility with working hours of 2.30pm - 10.30pm, Monday to Friday.

You be able to confidently lead and motivate skilled and unskilled staff as they carry out their standard work. Ideally exposed to working in a lean manufacturing environment, you will be used to standard work, standard time and producing On Time to Standard product every time.
You will be passionate about the safety of your colleagues and will champion an attitude to safety that drives an open culture of reporting near miss incidents with no blame, identifying risk and either eliminating it or mitigating it.
You will draw a clear link between a safe workplace being a clean workplace and will implement and manage appropriate standards in your area.
You will be comfortable managing a diverse team, ensuring they are following the drawings and work instructions provided and comfortable providing training and monitoring the performance of trainee colleagues. Taking a genuine interest in your team members you will be interested in investing in them as individuals.
You will take a flexible approach to working hours and be passionate about achieving results.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Manage a team of up to 30 people
• Manage team performance through visual management tools and techniques (Daily SQCDP reviews)
• Provide daily progress including issues and constraints to ensure adherence to the factory plan
• Ensure processes are embedded to achieve prescribed quality and workmanship standards, culminating in completed and signed QIR’s.
• Maintenance of shop equipment and tooling for your responsible area
• Promote, engage and actively participate in continuous improvement activities.
• Works in a consistent and harmonious way with other Section Leaders.
• Create and provide a safe working environment. This includes housekeeping for your responsible area, equipment, and materials.
• Manage sickness in accordance with company policies and procedures including effective return to work interviews
• Maintain the HR Management System for your team in line with Company procedures
• Promote an open and listening culture
• Maintain a skills matrix as the basis for assuring your team can complete work on time to standard in a safe way
• Carry out regular feedback sessions to manage individual and team performance, where performance is below acceptable levels ensure improvement plans are in place and effectively managed.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• No formal education required for the right candidate
• Formal Safety qualification e.g. IOSH Managing Safely is desired
Experience
• Supervising a team in a modern manufacturing environment
• Experience in complex low volume manufacturing would be an advantage
• Behavioural Safety Champion
• Risk assessment methodologies
• Managing skilled workers to follow Standard work
Qualities & Attitude:
• Confident, approachable, listening, respectful, enthusiastic.

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Factory Team Member

Our Factory Team Members are play a pivotal role in the business. Working under the leadership of our Section Leaders, you will work as part of a diverse team to manufacture homes of the highest quality, every time. This role is based at our Flaxby manufacturing facility with working hours of 2.30pm - 10.30pm, Monday to Friday.

Working in a lean manufacturing environment, you will complete standard work, in standard time and producing On Time to Standard, every time.
You will be passionate about the safety of your colleagues and will champion an attitude to safety that drives an open culture of reporting near miss incidents with no blame, identifying risk and either eliminating it or mitigating it.    You will draw a clear link between a safe workplace being a clean workplace and will implement and manage appropriate standards in your area.
We encourage an environment that people are proud to work in, where people do what they say they will do and respect and care for each other.
Primary Responsibilities:
• Work within a team of up to 30 people
• As directed by your Team Leader, you will complete tasks in a timely manner to ensure the smooth running of the production line.
• Maintain a workplace that is safe and clean
• Promote an open and listening culture
• Implement visual management
• You will be expected to participate problem solving and continuous improvement sessions.
• You will attend regular team and individual feedback sessions and encourage people to speak up.
Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• No formal education required for the right candidate.
Experience
• Behavioural Safety Champion.
• Risk assessment methodologies.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Confident, approachable, listening, respectful, enthusiastic.

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Project Manager

The successful Project Manager will be joining an innovative and dynamic business, who have a strong pipeline of projects, capitalising on their growing reputation, expanding client base and position in the off-site (modular) housing sector. This role is based at our offices in Central London.

As a Project Manager, you will be responsible for managing the Pre-Construction activities of several projects to ensure programme, cost and clients expectations are all met. The role is based from our London office, however; the successful candidate would be required to travel regularly to meet with clients, monitor projects within their region and visit the factory in Knaresborough.

 

Primary Responsibilities:

• Responsible for managing the Pre-Construction stages for each project.  This would include drafting the Master Programme, liaising with Clients, Consultants, Project Design Team, Commercial Team, Factory and Installation Team on a regular basis for each project.
• Lead host on factory visits with clients and statutory bodies i.e. local LABC and NHBC Inspectors.
• Work closely with internal departments to ensure every project is a success.
• Communicate and follow up with clients about specific projects and their goals.
• Maintain client relationships at the appropriate level reinforcing the company’s commitment to continuously addressing their needs and interests.
• Demonstrate effective relationship building within the Project Team and throughout the company.
• Monitor, check work or information and plan time and resources efficiently even under the pressure of multiple demands.
• Delivery – support the Project Teams on site where needed.
• Resource management.
• Ensure changes in project plan are communicated to team members.
• Gain a full understanding of all live and upcoming projects, which can then be visualised and prioritised.
• Chair meetings – internal & external.
• Contribute to continuous development within the company.

Personal Specifications:
Qualifications & Training:
• Preferable qualified to degree level (desirable but not essential).
• Proficient in Microsoft suite and other management software.
• Microsoft Project (desirable but not essential).
• Valid UK driving licence.
• CSCS Card.
Experience:
• Minimum of 5-10 years’ experience in Project Management or similar Construction based role.
• Experience of managing people and successfully meeting targets.
• Confident to carry out client presentations and chair numerous meetings.
• Good communication / reporting skills.
• Strong programming / planning skills.
Qualities & Attitude:
• Positive, self-motivated and able to work effectively without close supervision.
• Excellent communication skills, oral and written.
• Ability to monitor and check works or information and plan time and resources efficiently even under the pressure of multiple demands.
• Able to build good relationships at all levels, externally & internally.
• Be able to represent the company in a professional manner.
• Be energetic and self-motived.

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