VANRATH are delighted to be partnering with the UKs most revolutionary Tech focused EV Charging Company that is changing the charging network infrastructure throughout NI. This company is looking to recruit a Project Manager who wants to progress their career in the Tech industry (highest paying industry).
Office is based in Dargan Crescent (North Belfast) - Permanent position - Hybrid working is available too
Flexibility on working hours available
£40,000 - £50,000 (Fully Negotiable) & Fantastic Benefits & 36 Days Holidays
As a project manager - You will oversee and manage the successful planning, implementation, and completion of projects related to electric vehicle infrastructure. Their primary goal is to ensure the smooth and efficient execution of projects that involve the installation, operation, and maintenance of EV charging stations and associated infrastructure. The project manager will be responsible for coordinating and leading cross-functional teams, managing project timelines and resources, and ensuring that project objectives are met within budgetary constraints. You will work closely with various stakeholders, including clients, contractors, suppliers, and regulatory bodies, to ensure compliance with industry standards and customer requirements.
- Full job spec available upon request
- Proven experience as a Project Manager or similar role, preferably in Energy Infrastructure, manufacturing, construction, technology implementation or similar industry.
- Strong project management skills, including planning, organising, and monitoring project activities.
- Excellent team management abilities.
- Effective communication and stakeholder management skills.
- Relevant project management certification (e.g., PMP, Prince2).
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