At Robertson, we build much more than just ground-breaking infrastructure. We build brilliant communities, we build forward-thinking businesses, and we build the kind of amazing, career-transforming futures that our people look forward to every day.
We’re one of the UK’s largest, independently owned construction, infrastructure and support services companies – and we’re still growing fast. The way we work is innovative and transformative, our people are passionate and knowledgeable, our culture is warm, friendly and family-driven, and with over 50 years’ experience of our industry, our clients trust us to deliver everything we promise.
When it comes to your career, we deliver everything we promise to.
As Project Office Lead, you’ll be responsible for:
The post holder will work with relevant staff to ensure Business Systems and Procedures are set up at the earliest stages of the Project Lifecycle and ensure Robertson standards are applied throughout the Pre-Construction / Construction / Handover phases, this forms the most important aspect of the role.
In addition, the post holder will be responsible for co-ordinating (where practical deliver) relevant training and guidance in relation to Quality Management Systems, Asite, Robertzone and BIM 360 Field, to all relevant staff within the business.
Additionally, monitoring of conformance with the Quality Management System will be conducted through regular internal quality audits as required by ISO 9001.
To join us, we’re looking for:
We also look after our people just as much as we look after our clients, and you’ll discover dedicated training teams to help keep you up to speed, together with a huge range of personal development programmes.
And on top of a competitive salary and pension, you’ll be able to make the most of a great benefits package, and local team based rewards depending on your role and where you’re based.
Ready to #TransformYourCareer? Apply now!
Company: Robertson Group
Robertson is an Equal Opportunities Employer
A full Job Description is available on request.
The working hours for this role are 38.75 per week