Mechanical Contracts Manager

Job Details

What’s on Offer?

  • Contracts Manager position with an expanding Mechanical Engineering Contractor.
  • Based in their Dublin office covering projects across the Greater Dublin Region – Dublin, Louth, Kildare, Wicklow.
  • Most of the their current & upcoming projects are large scale residential developments.
  • The company is also currently expanding into the Pharma / Life Science sector.
  • Salary circa €80k on offer / negotiable depending on experience.
  • Package includes company vehicle, fuel card, pension, bonus potential, 21 days leave.
  • Typical hours are 7.00 – 15.30, Monday to Friday.


  • Degree or Trade background in a Mechanical discipline
  • 10+ years’ mechanical contracting / construction experience
  • 5+ years’ contracts or project management experience
  • Strong knowledge of Mechanical Construction is essential – HVAC, Ducting, Piping, etc
  • Experience in the Pharma / Life Science sector is highly desired.
  • Residential project experience (housing, apartments, student accommodation, etc) is beneficial.


  • Delivery of 3-5 projects concurrently.
  • To provide leadership and direction on all projects.
  • To ensure that all company standards and policies are followed and maintained.
  • Responsible for driving operations and budget through successful leadership, organisation plans, customer service, and outstanding execution of all strategies, consistently across all locations.
  • Ensure the ordering of materials is completed for each project.
  • Responsibility for contracts and ongoing relationships with suppliers.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all Pre-start meetings are arranged and carried out.
  • Coordinate and supervision of all the activities of all specialist and subcontracted trade and disciples involved on site.
  • Ensure all operations are performed effectively and efficiently in accordance with the company’s construction program.
  • To ensure all work is carried out in a safe, proper and thorough manner taking into account Health and safety legislation, company policies and procedures, risk assessments and method statements.