Job Description

Operations Manager (Civil)

Ireland
€100,000 - €115,000 per annum
Permanent
Ref: bk.0681.ops.mgr.w17.22

Operations Manager (Civil) | Leinster | c.€100/115k, Bonus, Car, Pension & Benefits

For leading civil engineering group, be responsible for overseeing business expansion & delivery of contracts within the Specialist Civil Engineering Division (including ground improvement, piling, trench control, heavy earthworks etc), taking ownership of all contracts applying effective management & servicing of clients with focus upon maintaining net margins & a high level of client satisfaction.

Liaising closely with the Board in providing regular progress and general business reporting. The group has recently invested in new plant and have several crews mobilised ant any time.

Due to continued growth, a significant increase in the value of projects and their forward order workload, our client is now looking to recruit an Operations Manager who will be responsible for overseeing the delivery of contracts within the specialist civil divisions.

This will be successfully achieved through effective management and servicing associated clients and the focus upon maintaining net margins and a high level of client and staff satisfaction, whilst liaising closely with the directors in providing regular progress and general business reporting.

The Role

  • To direct all contracts and operations with a hands-on approach to the day-to-day activities of the division.
  • To develop and implement strategic plans for contracts and the division, ensuring that all goals are either achieved or bettered with an emphasis upon service delivery.
  • Working with the commercial team to ensure effective cash flow management.
  • Producing accurate management reports on time and co-operating tightly with the commercial department.
  • To chair and direct regular meetings with staff to discuss progress as well as providing the directors with reports and to liaise with other Senior Managers within the Group with regard to operating policy and opportunities for work.
  • Report back to directors on ongoing issues keeping them informed of any potential problems that could affect the business.

Contact: barry.kelly@icds.ie or call 086-232-5706. 


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