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Senior Design Manager – Water Infrastructure - London
Murphy are recruiting a Senior Design Manager to join the water team in Kentish Town, London. Leading, directing and innovating engineering solutions for clients across the south region ranging in value from £5-50m.
Reporting to the Engineering Lead
Based in Kentish Town, London
What you will be doing
Be responsible for design and design management for a business unit or a programme of works within a business unit
Lead on review of requirements at tender stage and allocate resources as appropriate during tender and upon successful award
Step in and assist design managers and design co-ordinators if they are struggling or where significant issues have arisen on projects
Lead on the development of business unit and functional documentation associated with design and design management
Produce design briefs for temporary and permanent works
Review submissions as directed for quality and sufficiency
Ensure conformance to the Murphy Design Management procedure
Lead design matters on small/medium/large/mega sized project/s as directed
Ensure consultants are appointed appropriately
Manage design managers/design co-ordinators on the project and within the business unit as appropriate
Allocate design tasks to individuals/companies as required and maintain associated RACI
Carry out staff appraisals when required and identify appropriate development activities.
Coach individual staff members
Review design progress and detail using CAD/BIM tools
Produce drawings and sketches as required using BIM/CAD tools
Review temporary works and ensure appropriate consideration of constructability and permanent works
Involvement in work winning to ensure consultants and engaged appropriately and adequate allowances are included in the bid
Mirror the Murphy Values of Safety, Leadership, Integrity and Respect in all behaviours.
Actively promote and embed Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) in all your work and support and comply with all organisational initiatives, policies and procedures on EDI.
Who we’re looking for
Significant experience in a design coordination/ design management role within the piling and/or ground engineering sector
Member of a recognised engineering institution. Incorporated Engineer or Chartered and or working towards membership.
Support senior design managers, consultants and multi-discipline engineering teams to deliver the design solutions to schedule and budget to a high standard of professional competence
Charity is at the heart of Murphy values; you will receive 2 days leave per year to donate your time to a charity of your choosing. Many teams choose to support a charity together to positively impact our communities.
Access to Murphy Wellbeing: you will have access to a host of online tools, mental health trained colleagues, and if needs be external professional support because we understand that work and life offers challenges that sometimes need a little extra support.
Murphy is committed to building a diverse and inclusive culture, making Murphy a great place to work where we can all thrive. You can get involved in numerous events and even join our committee dedicated to continuously nurturing Murphy’s inclusive culture.
If you think Murphy is the place to help you thrive in a great team dedicated to delivery and engineering excellence, and want to work in an inclusive team culture that rewards performance and drives personal development, then get in touch.
What you’ll get in return
Murphy encourages professional and personal development through a recognised Professional Development Program approved by the ICE
Dedicated and continued investment in your professional development.
27 days holiday, plus bank holidays with the option to buy or sell 2 holiday days
Discretionary annual bonus
Above market rate contributory pension scheme
Company car or car allowance
Other Murphy benefits include retail discounts and cashback, discounted gym memberships, cycle to work scheme etc
We’re proud to have become the latest employer to #BantheBoxUK and reduce barriers to employment for people with criminal records. Employers often ask candidates about criminal convictions at the initial stage of a job application. If so, people with convictions are often excluded from roles for which they may be qualified and capable of doing.
By signing up to @Business in the Community’s Ban the Box campaign, we have committed to:
Removing the tick box from our job application forms that asks about criminal convictions
Considering applicants’ skills, experience, and ability to do the job before asking about criminal convictions
Ensuring that the circumstances of any convictions are fairly assessed before a decision is made