Project Lead

Project Lead


Role Reference No: UK/52/PL

Location: North West, UK

Position Type: Full Time

Job Type: Permanent

Salary: Competitive 


  • Contributory Pension Scheme
  • Car Allowance
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • 25 days annual leave + 8 bank holidays
  • Childcare Vouchers 

The Role

BCEGI UK has an exciting opportunity for a Project Lead to join our expanding business in the North West.

The Project Lead will take overall responsibility for all aspects of the project – including leading the delivery of a high-rise residential project from pre-construction through to completion, the Health and Safety of all on site, liaising directly with the client team at all levels and ensuring the project is on time and within budget.

The role will require an experienced, dynamic and passionate individual who continually delivers above and beyond client expectations, forges long term relationships that result in repeat business and promotes the business externally.


As a Project Lead, you will support all BCEGI activities, preferably, but not limited to:

  • Manage the day-to-day operational aspects of a large-scale project
  • Minimise the Company’s exposure and risk
  • Serve as the lead and/or key participant in team and client meetings
  • Planning and managing the programme
  • Liaising with Company Directors and Client
  • Leading a multi-disciplinary team
  • Effectively communicate relevant project information to all stakeholders
  • Challenge others to develop by clarifying roles and responsibilities
  • Possess the expert knowledge to identify opportunities for change and the ability to convey the need for change
  • Recognise areas for internal improvement and develop plans for implementation
  • Supply chain management
  • Management of the tender process
  • Scope gap analysis
  • Key participant in the project adjudication
  • Compilation of Contractors Proposals
  • Ensure the effective performance management and development of direct reports, and the effective organisation of everyone within the project team
  • Comply with and enforce standard policies and procedures
  • Leads delivery of Health and Safety policy and standards


  • Previous experience of managing high value and multi discipline projects
  • Able to demonstrate ability to build relationships with key stakeholders (Clients, workforce, local authorities and enforcement agencies for e.g.)
  • A high degree of communication skills at all levels
  • A sound knowledge of all aspects of health and safety requirements
  • Relevant construction qualifications (Degree, HND, NEBOSH General Certificate or similar)
  • CSCS Black Card
  • Must have right to work in the UK


We are always looking for new talent.

If you’ve got the ambition to work for a highly respected, international construction business, as part of our dynamic, friendly and multi-cultural team, we’d love to hear from you. We’re always looking for local talent to work with us on our range of exciting projects across the globe.