Assistant Project Manager

WGM Engineering is one of Scotland’s leading engineering solution providers and performing responsibly is integral to our success and sustainability. We are committed to delivering projects and services whilst ensuring that we meet our customer and society needs, whilst managing the social and environmental impacts of our business. Since trading commenced in 1986, WGM has continued to develop its operations to adhere to the marketplace and client demand. This has been achieved by offering a unique and total service where Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering disciplines are provisioned under the one roof. Aligning our three disciplines and our strategically located service centres offers a total turnkey solution to clients countrywide and ensures we are the number one engineering company of choice.

We are currently looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join the our Projects area of the business on a full time permanent basis.

The purpose of the Assistant Project Manager role is to deliver small value non-complex (SVNC) Projects on-time and to budget in order to fully satisfy customer requirements and to continually develop and improve project communication and performance.

 

Main Duties

  • Developing detailed project plans, ensuring resource availability and allocation.
  • Delivering every project on time within budget and scope and to applicable HSEQ standard.
  • Building relationships with the internal teams, the client, and other relevant contractors and communicate effectively between all parties.
  • Attending meetings as required with clients, design team and subcontractors.
  • Managing Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality process and ensuring these are adhered to across the site.
  • Help to ensure HSEQ is being documented accurately throughout the office team and the site team.
  • Manage the daily operations on site and ensure project timescales are met within a safe and accurate fashion.
  • Liaise with multiple business functions and contractors to ensure successful delivery of the project.
  • Liaise with Clients, Sub-Contractors, Pre-Construction teams, Design teams and Commercial teams.
  • Effective management and planning input to the overall programme interfaces with other projects and contribute in the co-ordination of third-party stakeholders as required.
  • Ensuring all projects are commenced and completed to the quality standards and expectations of WGM and our clients.

 

To be considered for this position you will have at least 2-3 years previous experience within a Project engineering or site management position ideally within an engineering or civils environment and be qualified ideally to degree level within a engineering discipline. Due to the nature of the role travel to various sites throughout the country is required so a valid UK driving licence is essential for the role.

To apply please send an update cv to the WGM recruitment team for further review.

Project Engineer – Projects

WGM Engineering is one of Scotland’s leading engineering solution providers and performing responsibly is integral to our success and sustainability. We are committed to delivering projects and services whilst ensuring that we meet our customer and society needs, whilst managing the social and environmental impacts of our business. Since trading commenced in 1986, WGM has continued to develop its operations to adhere to the marketplace and client demand. This has been achieved by offering a unique and total service where Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering disciplines are provisioned under the one roof. Aligning our three disciplines and our strategically located service centres offers a total turnkey solution to clients countrywide and ensures we are the number one engineering company of choice.

We are currently looking to recruit Project Engineer with an Electrical bias to join our projects team  based in Glasgow on a permanent basis.

As a Project Engineer, you will provide full project guidance and ensure that maintenance plans are developed and agreed as the overall work package evolves. You will also be responsible for preparing project status reports by collecting, analysing, and summarising information and trends before recommending actions to be taken.

Main Duties and responsibilities

  • Undertake site surveys, taking measurements, photos, asking questions of operations, understanding of process, assessing access and egress.
  • Write detailed and accurate Risk Assessment and Method Statements (RAMS).
  • Resolve technical and logistical issues as they arise.
  • Supporting the sites’ needs, material, labour, resources and plant.
  • Drive and lead procurement of materials through creation and review of bill of quantities.
  • Evaluate, organise and prioritise workload within the schedule.
  • Attend client meetings.
  • Liaise with clients.
  • Regularly reporting projects progress and updates to Senior Management.
  • Technical assessment of supplier quotations.
  • Programme management: adherence to programmes and report to management on any discrepancies.
  • Supplier management: Day to day liaison with suppliers and sub-contractors.

 

To be considered for this position you will have at least 2-3 years previous experience within a similar Project engineering role ideally within an engineering or similar industry background. You will be ideally qualified  to degree level within a engineering discipline. A good understanding of water and waste water industry and processes is preferable.  The Ability to write detailed reports and have a clear understanding of NEC form of contract is required within the role. Due to the nature of the role a full UK driving license is required as the will be travel to various sites across the country

 

To apply please send an update cv to the WGM engineering recruitment team for further review.

Commissioning Manager

WGM Engineering is one of Scotland’s leading engineering solution providers and performing responsibly is integral to our success and sustainability. We are committed to delivering projects and services whilst ensuring that we meet our customer and society needs, whilst managing the social and environmental impacts of our business. Since trading commenced in 1986, WGM has continued to develop its operations to adhere to the marketplace and client demand. This has been achieved by offering a unique and total service where Mechanical, Electrical and Civil Engineering disciplines are provisioned under the one roof. Aligning our three disciplines and our strategically located service centres offers a total turnkey solution to clients countrywide and ensures we are the number one engineering company of choice.

We are currently looking to recruit an experienced Commissioning Manager on a permanent basis to work within our Project division based in Glasgow.

The purpose of the Commissioning Manager role is to manage all site-based commissioning elements associated with multi-disciplined projects, on-time to fully satisfy customer requirements, specifications, quality standards, and client acceptance criteria.

 

Main Duties

  • Produce commissioning plan and update as necessary.
  • Identifying and chasing any sub-contractor commissioning plans for implementation in above.
  • Prepare monthly project commissioning reports.
  • Lead the team and deliver all commissioning matters.
  • Develop commissioning strategies.
  • Review Method Statements.
  • Produce Commissioning Programmes working with the Planning Engineer.
  • Actively drive the Commissioning process through its stages, highlighting where construction issues are preventing completion.
  • Regularly monitor installations to ensure a good quality of installation is being achieved
  • Stakeholder management throughout the project lifecycle
  • Manage all testing requirements and witness / handover documentation (SAT, iSAT, FAT,
  • Ensure Commissioning documentation deliverables are provided in line with client specification.
  • Ensuring HSEQ standards are managed and promoted within the team

 

To be considered for this position you will have at least 3-5 years previous experience within a similar Level commissioning role, you will have an excellent working knowledge of electrical wiring requirements and regulations as well as Knowledge of NEC3 Construction & Engineering Contracts. The ideal candidate must be someone who can think on their feet and possess critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Due to the nature of the role a valid driving licence is required as travel to various sites is a requirement of the role.

To apply please send an update cv to the WGM recruitment team for further review.