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M&E Manager

First Military Recruitment Ltd
Posted 24 days ago


Contract type

Full Time

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M & E Manager

Location: New Cross, London

Salary: Up to £70,000 + Travel Allowance 


First Military Recruitment are currently seeking an M & E Manager on behalf of one of our clients.  

Our client encourages applications from ex-military personnel however all candidates will be given due consideration.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Management of the M&E delivery during pre-construction, construction and subsequent 
  • handover and commissioning phases of the project.  
  • Offer visible leadership, guidance, direction, and instruction to the site teams and suppliers. 
  • Provide the project with valuable experience, knowledge, and management of interfaces for M&E / building trades.
  • Provide the project with valuable experience and knowledge of working on National Grid projects and delivery of M&E (MEICA) services in line with National Grid standards and procedures.
  • Management of subcontractors’ and suppliers providing M&E (MEICA) services to the project. 
  • M&E (MEICA) design.
  • SCADA (integrated tunnel control system).
  • DTS (temperature sensing system).
  • Radio communications (leaky feeder / fibre optics).
  • Small power distribution.
  • Lighting.
  • HVAC.
  • Security systems (CCTV, access control, alarms etc.).
  • Fire detection systems.
  • Pumped drainage.
  • DNO supplies.
  • Fresh water distribution.
  • Office block sanitary items fit out.
  • Input to Package Manager and Project Manager relating to resources including labour, plant, subcontractors, and materials.
  • Identify issues and ensure they are resolved in a controlled and timely manner. 
  • Ensure that all temporary and permanent construction / installation activities are carried out in accordance with quality, environmental and H&S procedures, and all appropriate legislation.
  • Interface with all other functional/support department leaders to facilitate successful development of the project from design stage through to construction, installation, commissioning, and handover to the client. 
  • sustainable manner. 
  • Input into and selection of appropriate design and methodology solutions to deliver project 
  • requirements in conjunction with relevant departments (e.g. Design & Technical).
  • Identify, assess, and document risks and opportunities.  
  • Develop and maintain effective communication and relationships with the client and other project stakeholders (internal and external). 
  • Ensure the requirements of the contract are understood and adhered to. 
  • Ensuring the project performance is reported in a transparent and accurate manner.
  • Ensure suppliers and sub-contractors are managed and co-ordinated appropriately.
  • Ensure objectives are achieved and project is delivered in accordance with agreed scope, timeframe, budget, and quality standards. 
  • Responsible for ensuring an operational programme is maintained for their section of the works, as well as ensuring daily/weekly/monthly reporting requirements are met. 
  • Manage budget to agreed targets or better. 
  • Monitor costs and provide the senior management with timely identification of deviations from budgets handed over. 
  • Ensure that all required temporary works documents, including briefs, designs and method statements / risk assessments, are produced and approved in accordance with the programme 
  • requirements and prior to works commencing.

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Technical and practical knowledge appropriate to the nature of works and delivery of such. 
  • Knowledge and experience of working with National Grid / on National Grid projects.
  • Good understanding of National Grid standards and procedures, especially concerning MEICA elements of work and associated commissioning and handover.
  • HNC / HND or NVQ Level 5 (or Degree).
  • Appropriate safety training and qualification for the nature of the works (e.g SMSTS, TSTS etc).
  • 5+ experience in the project management of a major engineering project.
  • Client and stakeholder management. 
  • Working knowledge of planning & programming.  
  • Commercial and contractual awareness.
  • Management of a project delivery. 
  • Understanding of developing and maintaining forecasts and budgets. 

Location: New Cross, London

Salary: Up to £70,000 + Travel Allowance

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