Project Manager New Connections, Jobs, England, London (Greater), 37540
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Project Manager - New Connections - London - (Greater)

£40,000 - £50,000 - Distribution - Construction
Ref: 37540 Date Posted: Wednesday 19 Jul 2017
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Highly respected Independent Connections Provider (ICP) is looking to expand their team in London with another high voltage (HV) Project Manager to help them deliver schemes in the thriving new connections sector. They have been through a sustained period of impressive growth and see no signs of this slowing down. 


As New Connections Project Manager you will be responsible for the delivery of HV connections, mainly in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors. It’s an exciting role that is technically interesting. 


Key duties will include:

Managing new connections projects, covering HV installation and construction activities

Ensuring successful project delivery on time and within budget

Financial control of projects

Health & Safety

Carrying out risk assessments and method statements (RAMS)

Liaising with Highways Agency, Local Authority and Distribution Network Operator (DNO)

Management of contractors and materials



Previous experience as a Project Manager for HV / 11kV / 33kV networks or new connections

Distribution Network Operator (DNO), Independent Connections Provider (ICP) or private networks experience

Driving licence

HNC / HND (or equivalent) in Electrical Engineering






With the massive rise in new connection requirements, now is the time to make the move!  This is an excellent opportunity to build a career in this area of the utilities industry. 


If you have a background working on HV networks (including private networks) then do the right thing for your future and call Andrew Snelgrove today on 020 8655 4935 or email  I’m also keen to hear from Site Supervisors with an HV background looking to progress into a project management role.  


Melrose House, 42 Dingwall Road, Croydon, CR0 2NE

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020 8655 1600 (Fax: 020 8655 1588)