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Job Description

Archirodon, having earned its reputation as a reliable and respected international contractor for more than a half century in the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) market, continues to create value to its stakeholders by executing complex EPC projects worldwide, in recognition of its superior standards of performance.

We are constantly growing and are currently looking for a full of potential and reliable Marine Project Manager, to join our top qualified and knowledgeable Project Management team in one of our winning projects in one of the countries of our operations (think MENA, Central Asia and Africa to start with), following an insightful training period in one of our project or home office location.

We have an outstanding record in completing major Energy, Marine, Infrastructure and Defence & Security projects worldwide and we pride ourselves on delivering over the years the kind of reliability and trust that the client has the right to expect from a major EPC contractor. Are you ready to hold a key role in our large scope operations of at least $100m each and deliver capability on large marine/infrastructure projects?

Are you a strong Project Manager professional, with focus on Marine projects, looking for a new role to get passionate about? As a leader of your team, you will be required to create an environment of exceptional team performance and ensure that our meaningful projects run smoothly, efficiently and successfully.

Build up a mission that matters and be part of our mission and story.

Role summary:

Reporting into the Marine & Infrastructure Division’s Operations Manager, you will assume a prominent role in the Division in delivering international marine and infrastructure projects. You will be directly accountable for budgetary management, people management, maintaining an effective agile work environment and ultimately ensuring the project meets cost, time and performance expectation. Sounds exciting? Read on.

What you will need to do:

Apply contemporary practices in project management to deliver projects from inception through to completion, in compliance with client expectations and contractual obligations

Ensure compliance with Quality, Health, Safety and Environment corporate policies and procedures and local law and regulations

Ensure effective contract, commercial and risk management, accurate forecasting of costs and revenue and taking corrective action as required to achieve timely project delivery within budget estimate

Ensure establishment and implementation of effective risk management plan

Being responsible for effective client relationship management to ensure that customer expectations are met

Resolve most project issues with any business critical or strategic issues referred to the Operations Manager

Ensure project plans are in place to ensure sufficient resources and materials are in place; interacting with the wider organisation to channel resources when required

Authorise construction planning, programming and completion schedules

Authorise engagement of subcontractors, management of subcontractor work and all major subcontractor variations

Lead engineering, procurement and construction teams to achieve project objectives

What you will need to have:

At least ten (10) years’ of project management experience on large marine and infrastructure projects with a Tier 1 contractor

At least two (2) successfully delivered EPC (D&C) projects; 1 (one) as project manager

Highly versed in marine and infrastructure projects such as ports, jetties, breakwaters, pipelines, bridges, utilities etc.

Financial literacy and business acumen with demonstrated capability in contract management and the preparation of project budgets. Demonstrable track record of on time delivery within budget combined with sub-contractor management, with a focus on contractual requirements

Demonstrated ability to develop and administer project execution plans, including the development of realistic and detailed construction programmes

Demonstrated commitment to QHSE and knowledge of marine construction QHSE requirements

Computer skills: Proficient in applications including Microsoft Office suite and Microsoft Project

Tertiary qualifications in Civil Engineering or Construction Management

Excellent command of the English language

High mobility and willingness to relocate in one of our international project locations and travel around in our countries of operations according to requirements

You are someone who:

Has superb communication skills; You are able to develop presentations to Division management and foster strong working relationships with both internal and external stakeholders

Has strong relationship building, influencing and negotiation skills

Has proven leadership skills from a previous role with demonstrated ability to manage teams where innovative delivery and construction methods have been utilised

Is a true leader able to see opportunities in every difficulty and aspire others

Goal-driven, High-performer and committed to bring results

Is passionate about complex EPC projects and enjoys working in an international, multicultural environment

What’s in it for you:

Competitive salary and benefits are part of the offering, yet the real joy comes from being a member of a smart and passionate team within an international leading EPC Group on a mission that matters, supporting impactful for the local communities’ mega infrastructure development projects - literally around the globe - and encompassing a productive and human-centric culture, caring for its people and their development!