Package Manager

Grimsby, Lincolnshire
Project Management
Job Description


The Package Manager has overall responsibility for the RQHSE, financial performance, client relationship, contract management, scheduling & resource planning and smooth delivery of projects, regardless of the size or complexity of the project


  • Own and drive best RQHSE practice and company policies throughout the project.
  • Ensure awareness, understanding and control of all commercial and technical matters relating to the content of the project and contract
  • Ensure proper budgetary control on all project costs; prepare, review and approve invoices for prompt submission; recover costs from third parties where appropriate; deal effectively with any client invoicing disputes with support of the commercial manager.
  • Co-ordinate with Bid and Sales Department to ensure a smooth handover of the project from tendering to operational phase
  • Deliver the project financial performance “as bid/won” or better, including full cost control, management of invoicing and cash flow, accurate forecasting and change order management.
  • Ensure projects are well planned and delivered to the client’s satisfaction, within the Terms and Conditions of the Contract.
  • Ensure variations to contract are recognised, tracked and charged at appropriate contract or commercial rates
  • Ensure regular communication with the client throughout the work; document any changes to specification / work scope or claims. Follow up verbal discussions with written confirmation
  • Ensure invoicing payment by client is monitored and followed up.
  • Demonstrate leadership in safety, nurture and maintain a strong safety culture within the team, ensuring work only takes place with approved documentation / RAMS in place and where the staff have the requisite skills and training to undertake those tasks.
  • Liaise with other project managers and department manager on co-ordination with other projects, to ensure optimal utilisation of resources
  • Ensure fieldwork is efficiently planned; liaise with clients to ensure both parties are fully informed of mobilisation/planning arrangements;
  • Ensure the necessary briefings, inter-departmental pre and post-project meetings take place, as required
  • Identify personal training needs and bring them to the attention of the Department Manager
  • Select the project team in co-operation with Operations Manager and Offshore Resource Manager. Responsible for ensuring all personnel, regardless of methodology of “employment”, are rigorously checked for quality, certification, appropriate experience and being “fit for purpose”
  • Oversee, develop and deliver project documentation to ensure that all the aims and deliverables of the project are clearly understood and delivered, especially all aspects of reporting, including accurate and timely DPRs, in line with company procedures and best practice.
  • Ensure project reporting is properly managed, and delivered, in accordance with the client specification, and document control parameters. Any variations must be documented and additional cost recovered as necessary
  • Manage staff, prepare work schedules and assign specific duties and delegate appropriately.
  • Resolve problems that arise during Projects in an open and efficient manner.
  • Establish and implement objectives for all direct reports.
  • Liaise with all internal and external resources to ensure projects and processes are coordinated.
  • Monitor sub-contractors to ensure all Contract obligations are delivered.
  • Recruitment of specialists as required for the project requirements.
  • Working with the company / client RQHSE to deliver the projects health and safety procedures in line with the company policies, procedures and accreditations.
  • At completion of all projects, deliver a “Lessons Learnt” and Project Close out Reports
  • Continually seek to improve project performance thus assisting in maintaining a competitive edge for further development.
  • Follow appropriate signing authority levels.
  • Working with the company’s project lifecycle  
Qualifications, Skills and Experience


  • Highly capable and experienced in managing projects to the Contract, both financially and to the T+Cs without supervision.
  • Experience in project financial management, including cost control, forecasting and profit and loss reporting
  • Highly experienced in the use of MS Word, MS Excel and MS Project/Prima Vera
  • Ability to prioritise workload and effectively delegate tasks
  • At least 5 years’ project management experience in projects of value greater than £1m,
  • Highly developed management and leadership skills.
  • Project Management Qualification – PMP, PMI etc.
  • Highly commercially astute and experienced.
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills.
  • Highly developed Organisational Skills
  • Ability to motivate people and influence key decision makers
  • Driving Licence



  • Degree in project/commercial management
  • Ideally completed a BOSIET / GWO basic safety training course, with a valid Offshore Medical
  • Ideally with at least three years’ experience in offshore wind.
About The Company
At CWind, we have experience at over 50 UK and European offshore wind farms, supporting over 12GW power generated by the offshore wind sector.
Utilising  Global Marine Group assets, engineering capability and qualified project managers, we consistently deliver projects to a high standard; applying decades’ of experience gained from working across multiple sectors, including renewables, telecommunications and oil & gas.
We provide innovative solutions to industry challenges, helping our clients to strengthen and maintain their wind projects, wherever they are.