Construction Delivery Manager

Job Category:  Other
Contract Partner Company:  Jobs Service
Employing Company:  EDF

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Construction Delivery Manager

Hinkley Point C, Bridgwater

Do you have experience in mechanical or electrical engineering or construction management? Are you looking for a new opportunity which is rewarding, at the cutting edge of project development and where you can really make a difference?

If so, join EDF as a Construction Delivery Manager, and you’ll join one of the most exciting and ambitious projects within EDF.

At Hinkley Point C (HPC), we are building two new nuclear reactors, the first in a new generation of nuclear power stations in the UK.

The Opportunity…

As a Construction Delivery Manager, you will support activities in the field relating to the construction and mechanical installation of the primary or secondary circuit of Reactor 1 of HPC. Your role will include day to day on site supervision and direction of the works to deliver the project safely and efficiently.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to join a diverse and complex environment, working on a significant infrastructure project. Without nuclear, Britain won’t kick the fossil fuel dependency.

Pay, benefits and culture…

Alongside competitive starting salary, we’re dedicated to offering flexible benefits that support our people across all aspects of their lives.

We offer a market-leading company pension scheme, paid holidays and a range of flexible benefits, such as: a company incentive bonus plan, cycle to work scheme, discounts and employee pricing.

At EDF, everyone’s welcome and we’re committed to equality, diversity and inclusion.  We’d like our future workforce to have an equal gender balance, represent a broad mix of people from minority ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQ+, those with a disability and supporting social mobility. 

We’re a disability confident employer and we’ll do all we can to help with your application, making adjustments as you need. 

What you’ll be doing…

As a Construction Delivery Manager, you will:


  • Support the contract partners in their delivery of the works packages to enable efficient delivery of the of their sections of works.
  • Recommend temporary measures to mitigate against safety and/or quality concerns. Follow up by taking appropriate and proportionate action (e.g. issue communications, call meetings) to avoid the cessation of works. This includes but is not limited to review of documents, assurance audits, etc.
  • Monitor works on site record findings in a construction daily site log, ensuring information is reported up through the organisation to the Senior Construction Delivery Manager.
  • Proactively communicate/co-ordinate with site functions (H&S, quality, surveillance, commercial, project controls, logistics) and other Construction Delivery Managers to maintain good communication links, and ensure activity is well and timely reported.
  • Attend pre-start briefings and support the delivery of key messages to the contractor’s organisation.
  • Organise and conduct PLOD/PLOW meetings with the contractor, ensuring outputs are recorded and issued to the Senior Construction Delivery Manager.
  • Undertake and record safety and/or assurance inspections that support the project HSPI’s.
  • Ensure clear, two-way communication with the Senior Construction Delivery Manager so that all activities and issues are directed appropriately.

Who you are…

Your background may include some of the following:


  • Tertiary qualifications in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical Engineering or Construction management, or equivalent vocational training and experience.
  • Experience and knowledge in delivering projects, including construction sequencing, recovery plans and resource allocation.
  • Good understanding of the post holder’s obligations under the CDM Regulations.
  • Able to write informative, concise and meaningful reports.
  • Ability to motivate and energise contract partners by building a climate of trust and understanding and actively seeking alternative views and opinions.
  • SMSTS or IOSH qualification holder.
  • Results-focussed mind set, using initiative and taking personal responsibility and accountability to ensure necessary action is taken to deliver excellence, value and quality.
  • Ability to manage multiple stakeholders.

Join us and together we can help Britain achieve Net Zero.


For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.