MEP Project Manager

£500 - £550/day Ltd

Carmichael are looking for a MEP Project Manager to deliver MEP works for the main contractor on a major project in Plymouth. The work involves construction of new buildings with MEP install, all of which delivered to Nuclear Specification. The role is for a degree qualified mechanical or electrical engineer. The candidate must have experience of managing clients’ requirements, design, procurement, site construction, testing, commissioning and handover activities at a nuclear licensed site.




Duties and Responsibilities

  • Be responsible for the permanent and temporary MEP Works.
  • Establish the clients’ requirements
  • Produce a project plan for MEP Works
  • Identify, establish and assess the competence of the supply chain for the works.
  • Establish a MEP project team
  • Manage and coordinate MEICA design between consultant, suppliers and client.
  • Provide MEP engineering support to BIM – Revit/Navisworks models.
  • Advise on buildability
  • Identify and manage dependencies
  • Prepare and issue subcontract and supply only enquiry packages.
  • Procurement of MEICA Subcontracts, plant and equipment
  • Provide technical guidance and be able to recognise when external advice and support is required.
  • Provide MEP engineering support to planners and commercial department.
  • Oversee the coordination/ management of M&E construction and commissioning activities.
  • Ensure safe systems of work are in place for mechanical, electrical and process works.
  • Establish quality systems for the project.
  • Identify change and provide advice to commercial department.




The Individual

  • MSc/ BSc HND/ HNC/ ONC in Electrical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering
  • Experience of managing design, procurement, site construction activities and commissioning of services on a nuclear licensed site.
  • Must be able to break down the project into realisable activities for action by the team or third parties.
  • Must be able to monitor activities and record progress against the programme and be able to mitigate delay.
  • Must have experience of contract administration and be able to identify change.
  • Must have at least 10 years project management experience.
  • Must have a good technical background and be able to advise on design issues.
  • Must have good communications skills and be able to present to an assembly of people.
  • Be well organised.





  • Working Hours – 0800 to 1700hrs
  • Paid on a day rate – rate to suit experience
  • Ltd pay
  • Some flexible working – minimum of 3 days on site but rising to 5 days as the work progresses.