Job Profile Project Management/Construction Site Management

Responsibility intensive spectrum of activities as a project or construction site manager.

Employment as a project or construction site manager requires several years of relevant professional experience in a comparable position as well as good knowledge in the field of plant engineering and construction, and the related industries in which we work. These include primarily petroleum-refining industries, the chemical industry and the power plant environment.

As a project manager in plant planning, you are responsible for the reliable control of the project teams, which can be composed of colleagues from different specialist disciplines. Schedule and resource planning for the respective project, cost estimates and calculations or project controlling respectively (costs, work load, progress monitoring) are some of your main responsibilities, but also issues such as contract and risk management, or quality assurance of the work carried out. You ensure a professional project execution and are, as a rule, the first point of contact for your customers.

As a construction site manager, you ensure smooth construction site processes in the area of installation, erection, commissioning and maintenance of industrial plants. You plan the required resources, coordinate construction site personnel, monitor the work execution and take over the construction site controlling as well as reporting (work load, costs, progress). Additionally, you are responsible for sustainable safety management in terms of the control of all relevant QHSE measures – supported by our Occupational Health and Safety Department.

About Griesemann Group

The businesses belonging to the group of companies, INDUREST, JBV, JBV-INDUREST, Griesemann Anlagentechnik and Blitzschutz Graff, combine almost all specialist trades for industrial plant engineering and construction, and through a synergetic cooperation of all business units are capable of realising not only complete turnkey projects but also operations-driven individual projects.