Operations Manager

Location Dungannon
Job ref: 006122
Published: about 1 year ago

Reporting to the contracts Manager, your role as Operations Manager is to lead all production and associated functions of the our projects on and off site. This includes pro-actively liaising with both the delivery teams and direct with our sub-contractors and suppliers.


Responsibilities include:

  • Drive and manage a project that delivers the objectives required to meet or exceed the KPI targets.
  • Provide direction and lead your project team – inclusive of sub-contractors.
  • Ensure that the project is fully compliant with the local authority and statutory provisions for the administration of CDM and Streetworks legislations.
  • Determine the resource requirements for the completion of all works throughout the project term.
  • Manage productivity, assign roles, tasks and responsibilities required for the successful completion of the project work in accordance with planning, specifications and requirements.
  • Take ownership of the commercial aspects of the contract / project and ensure the project does not go into financial breach.
  • Identify ways to reduce costs and improve performance.


Health & Safety Obligations


  • Fully understand and implement the company safety policy and procedures.
  • Ensure that the programmes for the contracts are successfully delivered in a Safe, Quality and On Time Manner.
  • Ensure that a ‘Right First Time’ culture is adopted and developed throughout the business.
  • Drive compliance to any regulatory measures that may apply to the works and operations that Circet undertake.
  • Ensure that all contracts achieve turnover and profitability by maximising efficiency and minimising cost of failure.
  • Manage Client relationships within the client organisations across all areas.
  • Sponsor new ways of working which would improve delivery and service then support any activities being undertaken to implement change.


Skills & Experience required:


  • CDM trained .
  • IOSHH / NEBOSH qualified (desirable)
  • Sound knowledge of all HSEQ regulations.
  • Good communication, people management and leadership skills.
  • Relevant or similar experience within the power sector.