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Principal Project Manager (Highways)

Fehily Timoney and Company (FT) is one of Ireland’s largest Irish owned consultants with centres of excellence in Civil Infrastructure, Waste & Resource Management and Renewables. FT provides design and contract management services for the construction of infrastructure projects such as roads, bridgeworks, rail, solid waste facilities, renewable energy, drainage, water and wastewater treatment facilities, airports, tunnels and gas pipelines.

FT is looking to recruit a Principal Project Manager Highways to join our Infrastructure team in either of our Cork, Carlow or Dublin offices.  The role will suit candidates with a minimum of 20 years of experience. The successful candidate will join an established company and will have the opportunity to  broaden their existing range of skills and experiences. This position offers exposure to a number of project types within the company, including major highways design and build schemes, TII Phase 0 to 4 delivery of national roads, urban development and renewable energy projects. FT offers the successful candidate a clear path for career development to Associate and Director positions.

FT's Responsibilities

 

  • Leading the highway scheme design teams, ensuring projects are delivered to the required timescales, quality and costs
  • Supervising and mentoring senior and junior staff within the Infrastructure sector
  • Preparation of technical reports and tender documents
  • Planning and managing design work, working closely with Engineering Discipline Leads and Technicians
  • Ensuring compliance with our quality assurance and management systems and relevant health and safety legislation
  • Coordinating his/her work with other members of the project and Infrastructure team
  • Managing the client relationship and communications for his/her project

Skills / Qualifications

 

  • Degree in Civil Engineering or related field and Chartered Engineer status
  • 20 years post-graduate experience in the design and project management of highway and infrastructure schemes including experience delivering highway projects in Ireland and experience delivering projects in excess of €20m capital value
  • Delivery of highway projects in accordance with TII Project Management Guidelines Phases 0 to 4 guidelines in the role of Project Manager
  • Delivery of highway design and build projects in the role of Project Manager
  • Oral Hearing experience
  • Multi-disciplinary design management experience
  • Experience engaging with clients, external stakeholders and sub-contractors
  • Experience in creating and managing budgets
  • Candidate should be a high energy professional with excellent communication, organisation and analytical skills
  • Flexible and a good team player
  • Works efficiently and on own initiative
  • Must be prepared to travel to site visits and client meetings
  • Full Drivers Licence

An attractive remuneration package will be offered to the successful candidate including a competitive salary, shorter working Friday, medical benefit and professional body support. FT is an equal opportunities employer, our company culture champions diversity, inclusion and employee wellbeing through ongoing programs. FT encourages continuous professional development, creativity and flexibility. All CVs are treated in the strictest confidence. Please submit your application by e-mail to careers@ftco.ie or alternatively, by post to Fehily Timoney and Company, Core House, Pouladuff Road, Cork, T12 D773.

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FT provide our clients with a ‘one stop shop’ in the role of Clients Representative for roads projects.  A fostered partner approach of blending technical knowledge and experience with a customised project team allow for the continued success of projects for our clients.  Our clients include local authorities and the Transport Infrastructure Ireland. 

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