​Project Site Manager

Job title: ​Project Site Manager
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Reference: EN/PR/111286
Contact details: Mie Hiraoka
Contact email:
Job published: September 01, 2021 09:47

Project Site Manager (MJ11331)

[Company Profile]

A Japanese company



Project Site Manager


   £45K - 50K/ yearly (depends on the knowledge and experience)

   £15K - 20K (extra allowance)


[Contract Type]



[Main Responsibilities]


·        Overall management and control of project site office.

·        Attend meetings with the client, vendors and related entities and reporting to Japan HQ/Denmark design office, manage site office, control office staff and supervisors with assistance manager.

·        Knowledge and experience for the contract conditions including commercial and technical, project planning, schedule control and logistics, etc., related to the industrial plant construction.

·        Negotiation with the client and vendors based on the contract stipulation and technical specification.

·        Collect and provide day to day information, analysis, scheduling and report to where necessary.

·        Maintain good relationships with relevant teams and groups.


·        Work experience in manufacturing, construction or engineering company or related company at least 3 years.

·        Machine engineering or process engineering, chemical engineering background.

·        Knowledge and experience in providing proposals, preliminary design, process design, preferable.

·        Knowledge and experience to make purchase specification, drawing review based on Preliminary design.

·        Engineering background, construction work experience.

·        Work experience in overseas project is encouraged.

·        Experience in negotiation with the client and vendors based on the contract.

·        Commercial, well organised, positive outlook, enthusiastic, tenacious, flexible, adaptable.

·        Competent PC skills – Excel, Word, Power Point, MS project



 Japanese / English: Proficiency - preferable


     Applicants will need to be in possession of a valid UK working visa but visa sponsorship may be provided