We have an opportunity for a Project Manager to join our team on a permanent basis. You will work at our Worcester factory in a small team and follow projects from start to finish.

  • Full time, permanent.
  • Generous pension scheme.
  • Income protection.
  • Life assurance.
  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
  • Early finish on a Friday.
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    • To generate project plans, manage, and drive implementation using Calder resources.
    • To ensure timely delivery of plans.
    • To ensure profitability margins are achieved.
    • Report to customer on project progress.
    • To ensure compliance with all customer and relevant national and international specifications and standards.
    • To ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements concerning the design.
    • To internally report to management team on project with respect to progress and cost.
    • Management of multi-disciplined project team to ensure compliance to project deliverables.
    • Client liaison and technical supplier liaison which often comprises face to face contact outside the UK.
    • SDRL Management.
    • Production of documentation: quality management, procedures, documentation pack.
    • Technical specification calculations.
    • BOM management in conjunction with Procurement Manager.
    • Ensure all activities, including testing, are undertaken safely and to the requirements of the specific job.


    • Proven experience of running large capital engineering projects.
    • Experience of managing highly qualified engineering teams.
    • Qualified Mechanical Engineer.
    • Experience of process industry and hazardous area working is desirable.
    • Project Engineering responsibility for projects valued between £30,000 and £5m.
    • Experience of diesel engines and / or motor driven equipment in power ranges from 30 kW to 2000 kW is desirable.
    • Knowledge of hydraulics and electro mechanical control systems.
    • Experience of offshore or similar demanding documentation regimes.
    • Experience of working on manufacturing projects which incorporate heavy equipment.
    • Confident with IT packages including project planning tools.
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills with suppliers and customers.
    • Technical knowledge of pumping systems and/or “package-build” equipment using motors and diesel engines.
    • A working knowledge of 3D CAD (Solid Edge or Solid Works).
    • Working knowledge of Quality Systems including documentation.
    • Experience of certification and associated documentation would be useful, but not essential.
    • Previous experience in the Oil & Gas industry preferred.
    • Full driving licence required.
    • Willingness to travel UK wide and internationally.

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