11 days ago
When you join the Developer Services team as an Assistant Project Manager, you'll be responsible for managing new connections projects and schemes throughout the project lifecycle, from initial application through to site completion and handover to the customer.
Click to DownloadWill your next career move see you put your exceptional customer communication skills to the test to deliver an end to end project management service to Affinity Water's new connections customers?
If you're looking for the chance to manage your own projects in a dynamic, flexible and customer-focussed environment, this is a fantastic opportunity to demonstrate and build on your PM skillset., Through effective communication and stakeholder management, you'll strive to provide an outstanding experience for your customers, showcasing excellent interpersonal skills and ability to build great client relationships.
Working collaboratively with internal stakeholders and teams across the business, you'll proactively organise resources and manage your projects to cost, time, budget and quality requirements.
Most of your day-to-day work and customer communication will be done remotely, however there will be opportunities to get out and about to visit sites and customers where required. Travelling from place to place couldn't be easier as you'll be given a company car to get yourself around.
What do you need?
You'll have a proven track record of managing multiple, simultaneous projects from end to end, and you'll be ready to apply your excellent organisation skills and workload management. You're a self-starter who's comfortable working to tight deadlines in a fast-paced work environment.
You'll have experience in a similar regulatory environment and be familiar with working to health, safety, environment and quality regulations and industry standards. Water/wastewater or broader utility sector experience is beneficial but not essential.
Crucially, you'll recognise the value and importance of customer service and be able to demonstrate great communication, engagement and empathy when working with customers and stakeholders at all levels.
You will need a full UK driving licence to travel between sites and business locations.
The work you'll do is essential for Affinity Water to meet its regulatory targets and continue to deliver safe, clean drinking water to 3.6 million customers every day. In return, you'll be entitled to a host of benefits including a double-matching pension scheme, on-the-job training, support towards your Project Management exams, and a holiday allowance that increases with length of service. So the longer you stay, the more you gain.
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