CSA Project Manager (Pharma)

Contact Mark Rigney
  • Salary: €60p/hr - €70p/hr
  • Location: IrelandLeinsterKildare
  • Sector: Food & Life Sciences

Sonas Technical are currently recruiting for a CSA Project Manager (Pharma) for a multinational market leading EPCM firm. You will get the opportunity to work in a client facing role through this global main contractor. The successful candidate will receive an excellent remuneration package and will be based in Kildare.

Why Apply with Sonas? 

  • We will get your CV seen by the right hiring managers
  • One point of contact – we will manage all of your applications, interviews & contract negotiations
  • Early access to other opportunities not yet posted on jobs boards

Key Responsibilities:

  • Agreeing project objectives.
  • Management of site teams and coordination of labour.
  • Managing project budgets and attending site meetings.
  • A high level of contractual communication.
  • Representing the client’s interest.
  • Risk assessments and method statements / Health & Safety system and procedures.
  • Monitoring sub-contractors to ensure guidelines, contacts, H&S and quality are maintained.
  • Monthly forecasting, contract reviews, applications and invoicing throughout the projects.
  • Manage site team in the effective day to day running of site activities
  • Maintain compliance with program, materials deliveries and engineering, quality and safety issues
  • Attend meetings with Clients

Key Requirements:

  • 5+ years’ Project Management Experience in a GMP environment.
  • Relevant Third level degree
  • Excellent communicator, with strong interpersonal skills.
  • Analytical problem solver and the ability to act decisively.
  • Ability to plan and effectively manage projects.
  • Excellent record keeper and administration skills.

To apply, please email your CV to mark.rigney@sonastechnical.com


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