Digital Engineering Manager – Glasgow

Position: Digital Engineering Manager – BIM and 4D

Location: Glasgow

Salary: £55,000 Plus Excellent Benefits Package

The Role:

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry who are working with Scottish Water. They are looking to strengthen their Digital Team with a Digital Transformation Manager. Based at the Glasgow office the Digital Transformation Manager will work closely with the Delivery and Engineering teams – both Managers and System Users; and will form key relationships with Information, Planning, and Business Improvement Manager.

The focus of this role needs to be on project delivery & site activities (eg coordination of digital surveys, use of CDE, VPIs, visualizations), planning (Synchro 4D) and better integration of the supply chain (eg BIM360, supplier BIM assessments, training).

Responsibilities:

  • Digital Implementation through Engineering and Delivery Teams
  • Platform Support through liaison with partners and supply chain
  • Process Improvement, with the objectives of efficiency and consistency
  • To drive the use of Digital Tools from the Engineering teams into the field
  • Implementing technology change programmes and business improvement processes
  • Managing the digital delivery toolbox maturity matrix to ensure each project is strategically aligned, and identify key resources to build a strategic in-region team
  • Connecting and collaborate with all key stakeholders, particularly the Client, ensuring alignment with our contractual BIM requirements
  • Develop, implement, manage, continually review and refine BIM strategy
  • Digital Implementation through Engineering and Delivery Teams
  • Platform Support through liaison with the clients partners and supply chain
  • Process Improvement, with the objectives of efficiency and consistency

Experience:

  • A basic understanding of the 3-D modelling process
  • Strong IT skills, with an ability to use multiple software disciplines
  • A sound knowledge of quality and document management processes is extremely useful given the requirements surrounding building and maintaining a Common Data Environment
  • Strong system implementation experience
  • Proven track record of the management and support of business systems
  • Appropriate exploitation of software solutions to improve business efficiency
  • Working knowledge of CAD 3-D models and programming software (Primevera P6)

Package includes:

  • A competitive salary
  • Car/car allowance (subject to role and level of position)
  • 25 days holiday + Bank Holidays (with an additional 5 days available to buy)
  • Contribution Pension scheme
  • Life Assurance, Health Insurance and Private Medical Insurance

Business Development Manager – Bioenergy/Renewable Energy

Business Development Manager – Bioenergy/Renewable Energy

Location: Scotland (Highland, Moray and Aberdeenshire)

Salary: £50-60k (Neg DOE)

Start Date: ASAP

Our Client: Is a small but rapidly growing developer of renewable energy facilities in the UK. Their anaerobic digestion plants produce carbon-negative biomethane that will be used to decarbonise the UK’s gas and transport networks and strengthen the UK’s energy resilience.

You will be joining at a key moment in our client’s development.

They have an ambitious strategy, a strong core team, and significant funding in place, and will be rolling out £450m of new facilities across the UK over the next two years.

We are looking for an energetic, analytical, and personable character to join our team.

The role: Ideally educated to Degree Level with commercial and technical knowledge in the whisky industry. Ideally you will also have some knowledge in agriculture. What is most essential is a passion for energy and sustainability, the ability to learn and apply new concepts quickly, and the confidence to initiate and independently pursue new lines of enquiry.

This is a key role at the heart of our client’s team with a focus on their Scottish projects. You will work closely with colleagues in all areas of the business, as well as with a range of external stakeholders. You will need the flexibility and organisational ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and to deal effectively with people from a range of different backgrounds and disciplines.

Duties: Provide support with:

Identify feedstock supplies from the whisky industry and agricultural sources including pot ale and pot ale syrup

Negotiate feedstock contracts

Prepare and develop feedstock contracts to secure supply in accordance with project timelines

Negotiate contracts with prospective clients for the supply of biomethane

Liaising with the many external stakeholders involved in their projects (distilleries, farmers, contractors, lawyers, consultants, planning agents, etc.),

Experience: Technical/engineering qualification

Knowledge of whisky/distillery industry

Business development expertise

Commercial expertise with the ability to negotiate contracts

Technical understanding of the process involved in whisky production including the evaluation of evaporators

It is essential that you have a full driving license and have access to your own car as traveling to various locations in and around Scotland will be required.

You will also be expected to travel to the London office and visit the English sites on occasion.

Key Words:

Business Development

Bioenergy

Renewable Energy

Anaerobic Digestion

Biomethane

Biogas

Distillery

Pot Ale

Commercial

Contractual

Contracts

Feedstocks

Agricultural

Whisky Production

Evaporators

Operations Director

Position: Operations Director

Location: Glasgow with flexible working

Salary: £80-100k (neg DOE), bonus, car/allowance and senior management benefits

Our Client: Our Client is an integrated design and build solution provider operating in the water sector. They have over 1,000 staff working across eight regional centres, primarily supporting six long term water sector frameworks operating both as on their own and increasingly in joint ventures and alliances.

The Role: ESD is a Joint Venture formed to manage, design, and deliver Scottish Water’s Q&SIV Non-Infrastructure Programme.

ESD is fully integrated and staffed by secondees from all parent companies on a ‘best person for the job’ basis.

Our client has secured the SR21 contract running through to 2027 worth approximately £650-850m and is the only Tier 1 contractor engaged to deliver non-infrastructure design and build works covering all of Scotland

Purpose of role: Responsible for leading daily activities across functions such as PMO, information management, client reporting, business improvement, IT, quality assurance, governance and regulatory compliance.

This will include implementing policies, managing associated business risk, and implementing technology solutions.

Ultimately, you will coordinate and lead a range of key operational teams essential for efficient service delivery

Principal Duties: Proactively provide advice, strategic challenge, overview and scrutiny to ensure alignment with ESD wider policy to deliver ESD’s strategic priorities.

Set up and manage a business-wide programme office (PMO) to align projects across all business areas and maintain a single programme view.

Manage several teams within the function encompassing Programme Management, Programme Control & Reporting, Governance, Risk Management, Systems and Processes.

Ensure that strong governance and reporting processes are maintained to enable full visibility and successful management of programme deliverables, risks, benefits and opportunities.

Provide the appropriate challenge to the business, to ensure the quality of information reported is accurate and aligned with the ESD programme’s direction.

Initiate and develop good relationships with key stakeholders across the programme workstream and wider organisation to define and implement the programme management framework.

Analyse data, interfaces and critical dependences across the total delivery area, as part of an ongoing process of improvement and effective assurance.

Ensure that all change-related risks are accurately reflected in the Corporate Risk Management process and shared with the relevant areas of the business.

Develop and implement a benefits-tracking methodology across all projects, aligning with business objectives and agreed regulatory commitments to ensure full transparency of reported results.

Work closely with SW PMO to produce accurate and mutually defined project and programme data.

Support the COO with developing the annual business plan and key JV and SW monthly reports.

Implement and maintain an efficient operational, business, and portfolio management practice to ensure that the COO receives timely and accurate progress reports, financial data and other performance information.

Work with business functions to improve the quality of reporting and agree management dashboards.

Key Attributes: Strong leadership skills

Broad knowledge of business operations (ideally including water, utilities, JV’s, frameworks or other service sectors)

Strong commercial awareness, driving improvements to meet both commercial and technical objectives

Extensive background in programme management

Able to evidence a well-structured, systematic approach to identify and analyse problems, understand risks, and implement appropriate solutions.

Committed to productivity and compliance

Highly collaborative, with strong communication, negotiating, engaging, and influencing skills to develop and maintain robust relationships with all parts of the business.

Track record in creating positive outcomes in similar environments.

Experienced in leading and coaching a team.

Excellent inter-personal, communication (written and oral), and negotiating skills with a keen eye for detail.

Experience: Extensive experience in operations and business management

Comprehensive track record in Programme Office or Delivery Management disciplines and working in a PMO.

First-hand experience of transformational business change.

Membership of a recognised body preferable (Association of Project Managers/Practitioner MSP/Prince2/P3O/PPSO/ITIL).

Advanced Microsoft Office skills.

Reporting to: Chief Operating Officer

Key Words:

Operations Director

Operations Management

Operational Management

Business Manager

Business Management

Business Improvement

Head of Business Operations

Programme Management

Programme Control

Programme Reporting

Risk Management

Programme Office

Delivery Management

PMO

Water Treatment

Water Sector

Water Industry

Wastewater

Waste water

Sewage

Utilities

Frameworks

Joint Ventures

Quantity Surveyor/Senior Quantity Surveyor

Job Title: Quantity Surveyor/Senior Quantity Surveyor

Location: Glasgow

Salary: £40-60k (DOE), car/allowance (subject to role and level of position) plus excellent benefits

Our Client: Is an integrated design and build solution provider operating in the water sector. They have over 1,000 staff working across eight regional centres, primarily supporting six long term water sector frameworks operating both on their own and increasingly in joint ventures and alliances.

In Scotland they are part of a JV formed to deliver Scottish Water’s Non-Infrastructure programme.

The Role: Our Client is looking to strengthen their commercial team with Quantity Surveyors at all levels for their joint venture framework. You will take responsibility for the execution of allocated contract/s from tender through to final account, within limits defined by the Commercial Manager.

Responsibilities: You will report directly to the Commercial Manager and the responsibilities will include:

Developing the commercial plan to manage risk and drive profitability

Measurement and valuation of works (on site and from drawings) for Valuations, Variations & Final Accounts.

Agreement of valuation dates and preparing, submitting and agreement of interim valuations in accordance with those dates.

Measurement and valuation of subcontractors work for payment and Final Account purposes.

Development and submission of claims for delay and disruption and loss and/or expense.

Procurement of non-domestic subcontractors and assisting Buying Department in procurement of domestic sub-contractors.

Various financial report

Experience: Relevant degree/qualification

Experience within construction (preferably water treatment)

Familiarity with NEC forms of contract

Extensive experience in commercial management and procurement of subcontractors

Key Words:

Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveying

QS

Commercial

Construction

Contracts

Contractual

Conditions of Contract

Sub-Contracts

NEC

Water Treatment

Water Sector

Water Industry

Wastewater

Waste Water

Utilities

Sewage

Procurement

Valuations

Variations

Claims

Final Accounts

Electrical Project Engineer – Water

Position: Electrical Project Engineers

Location: Glasgow with site visits and hybrid working

Salary: £45-50k (DOE), car/allowance (DOE) and excellent benefits package

The Role: Our client is looking to strengthen their Operations team with several Electrical Project Engineers. Based within the Scottish Water region you will be expected to convert design deliverables, drive procurement, perform tender bid analysis, manage supply chain design deliverables.

Responsibilities: You will report directly to the Project Manager and the responsibilities will include:

Reviewing technical specification (both from internal engineering team and external Client standards) to ensure they meet the project technical and commercial requirements

Managing the supply chain through the procurement, engineering, implementation, commissioning and handover phase

Ensuring review of supplier schedules against the contract Programme, advising the PM of any changes that will affect completion

Ensuring production of monthly progress reports from the supply chain, if necessary, facilitating and coordinating progress meetings

Managing/overseeing the production of QA documentation including but not limited to ITPs, check sheet, FAT documentation and O&M’s

Administration of the contract of the supply chain, including use of NEC3 software to notify the supply chain of any potential EWN’s, CE’s, CI or change in scope

Ensure project costs do not exceed tender/varied allowance

Ensure all applications for payment are made on or before the due date

Ensure contract reviews, monthly forecasts are completed and submitted on time

Maintain good client relationships at all levels

Assist with the Project Management strategy

Assist in the production of the contract programme; monitor programme and produce progress reports

Provide data for the timely production of O&M manuals

Produce procurement packages

Liaise with subcontractors and suppliers

Liaise with site management on design and procurement issues

Monitor subcontract performance

Assist in the preparation of the construction completion and take over documentation

Experience: Several years’ experience in working as a Project Engineer

Working knowledge of various conditions of contract especially NEC

Engineering/Technical qualification required

Experience of supply chain expedition

Knowledge of water and wastewater treatment processes

CDM & Health & Safety knowledge

Key Words:

Project Engineer

Project Engineering

Electrical Engineer

Electrical Engineering

Electrical Project Engineer

Electrical PE

Water Treatment

Water Industry

Water Sector

Wastewater

Waste Water

Sewage

Procurement

Supply Chain

Tenders

Bid Analysis

Commissioning

Contracts

Contractual

NEC

Conditions of Contract

Construction

Supply Chain Manager – Construction

Position: Supply Chain Manager

Location: Glasgow with flexible working

Salary: £55k, car allowance and excellent benefits

Our Client: Is an integrated design and build solution provider operating in the water sector. They have over 1,000 staff working across eight regional centres, primarily supporting six long term water sector frameworks operating both as on their own and increasingly in joint ventures and alliances.

ESD is a Joint Venture formed to manage, design, and deliver Scottish Water’s Q&SIV Non-Infrastructure Programme.

ESD is fully integrated and staffed by secondees from all parent companies on a best person for the job basis.

The JV was formed early in 2015 from three parent companies who are heavily committed to the water sector, working in Scotland and for Scottish Water. Equally important, the three companies have long standing relationships that have successfully delivered over £2bn of programmes and projects together under various joint venture and alliancing arrangements.

Our client has secured the SR21 contract running through to 2027 worth approximately £650-850m and is the only Tier 1 contractor engaged to deliver non-infrastructure design and build works covering all of Scotland

Purpose of role: Our client is looking to strengthen their Procurement team with a Supply Chain Manager. Based in Glasgow you will be working on programmes in Scotland, ensuring that key subcontractors are engaged early to unlock supply chain value and drive out waste through supporting and contributing to such initiatives as; standard solutions, digital delivery optimisation and driving business simplification.

Responsibilities: You will report directly to the Head of Procurement and the responsibilities will include:

Assist with the development and delivery of the strategic direction.

Implement new procurement frameworks for key construction activities.

Manage the maintenance of an approved supplier database

Monitor and manage the performance of suppliers to ensure that the company continues to use those providing the best delivery service levels

Proactively manage client mandatory frameworks

Contribute to the management of the procurement process, ensuring compliance with processes, policies, and procedures.

Take part in both internal and external audits, and be responsible for resolving any findings

Assist in the resolution of escalated supplier performance issues and disputes

Develop and maintain strong, added value relationships with our supply chain

Ensure that the supply chain is competent in health and safety, quality, and environmental management, including carbon reduction strategies.

Negotiate commercial terms, conditions, and levels of service (including KPI’s) with suppliers

Manage key procurement items from tender stage through to delivery.

Liaise with other departments to ensure that project and framework level procurement plans are in place.

Assist with the development and implementation of standardised subcontract documentation

Experience: Several years senior level experience of Procurement and Supply Chain in the construction/utility industry

Knowledge of NEC3 and/or NEC4 contracts/subcontracts

Ability to work to deadlines and prioritise work in a demanding and commercially complex environment

Computer literate (use of excel, word, PowerPoint)

Supplier auditing and expediting experience

Desirable:

A working knowledge of UK water sector suppliers.

Experience of working within a joint venture and/or framework environment

MCIPS or willing to work towards

Management/leadership experience

Knowledge of Oracle purchasing and costing system

Key Words:

Supply Chain Manager

Supply Chain Management

Procurement

Construction

Utilities

Water Industry

Water Treatment

Wastewater

Waste Water

Water Sector

Sewage

Commercial

Contracts

Subcontracts

NEC3

NEC4

Audit

Auditing

Joint Venture

JV

Frameworks

MCIPS

Electrical Supervisor – Water (x2)

Position: Electrical Supervisor – Water (x2)

Location: Central Belt OR North East Scotland

Rate Guide: £360.00 – £380.00 Per Day

Our client is a Tier 1 D&B Contractor operating predominately in the water industry, who are delivering a number of water and wastewater non-infrastructure projects for Scottish Water.

They have a new vacancy for two Electrical Supervisors for their projects in the region where you will be expected to manage the electrical works on allocated sites and ensure that the electrical installation works are installed in accordance with the electrical safety rules in a safe and timely manner.

You will report directly to the M&E Delivery Manager and the responsibilities will include:

  • Organise and manage electrical installation works on multiple sites across Scotland
  • Ensure Safety, Quality and Environmental Standards are delivered on all site
  • Apply all aspects of Electrical Safety Rules
  • On some sites assume the role of “Site Manager”
  • Build and maintain good Client relationships
  • Attend regular Site Meetings
  • Produce Short and medium term programmes and progress reports
  • Maintain daily diary, record drawings, and documentation

Qualifications/Skills Required:

  • ONC Electrical Engineering/Electrical Technician or;
  • SJIB Electrical Apprenticeship, SVQ level 3or City & Guilds 2382 17th in Electrical Installation to the Edition Wiring Regulations or;
  • Apprenticeship – Electrical Installations Parts one and two, augmented by 17th edition qualification
  • Proven track record of managing/supervising electrical Sub-contractor Installation work
  • 5 Day SMSTS
  • CSCS

Keywords: Electrical Supervisor, Site Supervisor, SMSTS, SSSTS, Installation, Commissioning, Water, Sewage, Scottish Water

Senior Quantity Surveyors

Position: Senior Quantity Surveyors

Location: Glasgow with agile working

Salary: £45-60k (negotiable DOE), car/allowance and excellent benefits package

The Role: Our Client is looking to strengthen their commercial team with a number of Senior Quantity Surveyors for their ESD joint venture framework.

Based from their Glasgow, with the opportunity for agile working if desired, you will take responsibility for the execution of allocated contract/s from tender through to final account, within limits defined by the Commercial Manager.

Duties: You will report directly to the Commercial Manager and the responsibilities will include:

Developing the commercial plan to manage risk and drive profitability

Measurement and valuation of works (on site and from drawings) for Valuations, Variations & Final Accounts.

Agreement of valuation dates and preparing, submitting and agreement of interim valuations in accordance with those dates.

Measurement and valuation of subcontractors work for payment and Final Account purposes.

Development and submission of claims for delay and disruption and loss and/or expense.

Procurement of non-domestic subcontractors and assisting Buying Department in procurement of domestic sub-contractors.

Various financial reports

Experience: Relevant degree/qualification

Experience within construction (preferably water treatment) – ideally

Familiarity with NEC forms of contract

Extensive experience in commercial management and procurement of subcontractors

Key Words:

Quantity Surveyor

QS

Commercial

Cost Management

Cost Control

Contracts

Contractual

Construction

NEC

Conditions of Contract

Water Treatment

Water Industry

Wastewater

Waste Water

Sewage