ICP Small Works Coordinator - Power Networks

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We have set out to be the market leader in technology and connectivity integration across UK infrastructure.

We will draw upon our core values and out-perform others, delivering excellence through customer responsiveness, collaboration, and innovation.

In doing so we will create a sustainable future for our people and our customers, reshaping and influencing the industries we operate in.

Working in partnership with our customer we intend to achieve the extraordinary.

We are recruiting for a driven individual to join our Power Networks department as a ICP Small Works Coordinator. You will demonstrate a strong desire and willingness to nurture and develop the project teams and your own personal development. The successful candidate with actively promote Linbrooke as a business and our values.

A Brief Overview of the Role

  • Lead, manage and inspire the project team to maintain full engagement in meeting project objectives with particular emphasis on collaborative working with the client.
  • Work closely with the bid manager at the bid phase on allocated projects to develop accurate scope, programmes and project controls.
  • Manage the execution of the project and secure buy in utilising the Project Management Plan as a key document throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Ensure design is delivered in the most cost effective way with HSEQ as a priority
  • Manage and monitor resources to ensure they are available across disciplines to deliver the project.
  • Client management including local councils, authorities, direct and indirect customers
  • Management of opening notices, permits and closures
  • Creation and issue of job packs to site based resource and control all site generated paperwork
  • Achieve or better the agreed project outturn and margins as defined at the outset of the project.
  • Work with the client and key stakeholders to establish effective collaborative relationships, supporting effective delivery, performance measurement and management of change.
  • Implement and manage the defined Change control process.
  • Manage timely and accurate financial applications.
  • Ensuring proactive risk management is adhered to ensuring periodic review and action with the project team.
  • Manage client reporting as required including periodic project reports, programme updates, KPI data, PRISM performance and other requirements as detailed within the contract.
  • Conduct lessons learnt and disseminate to the wider organisation to ensure feedback to bids ensuring lessons are incorporated into new works.
  • Proactively identify and follow up on opportunities to develop new business.
  • Detailed understanding of CDM regulations (2015) and assessment of requirements as applicable to the project where relevant
  • Comply at all times to the requirements of Linbrooke Services HSQE policies and in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act.
  • Actively support & encourage Linbrooke Services Ltd’s HSQE principles across projects.
  • Actively support the health and welfare of colleagues.


  • Successful relevant experience in project management discipline.
  • Educated to Degree/HNC/HND or similar standard.
  • Good interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Project safety management experience.
  • Knowledge of safety, quality and environmental procedures.
  • Knowledge of commercial and financial procedures.


  • Membership (or working towards membership) of the Association for Project Management.



All employees must be able to speak the English language with fluency with good oral and written skills. Fluency relates to a person's language proficiency and their ability to speak with confidence and accuracy, using accurate sentence structures and vocabulary. For those whose first language is a signed language, all reasonable adjustments will be made.

Comply at all times with the requirements of Linbrooke Services’ HSEQ policies and in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act. Delivery of all work in accordance with Linbrooke Services’ quality procedures and customer standards and specifications. Support the business during quality audits and demonstrate compliance.


As of May 2018, the new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force and will impact every organisation which holds or processes personal data. These regulations will remain in force regardless of the United Kingdom’s status as a European Union member state.

The GDPR will work alongside the 2018 Data Protection Act to require organisations to demonstrate compliance with the regulations, will apply more stringent enforcement of these requirements and will impose substantially increased penalties for those who do not comply. If you are responsible for the processing of any personal data as part of your role then you have a duty to ensure that this information is handled with the strictest confidentiality, within the guidelines set out by the Company, and ultimately in full accordance with GDPR. All those working for and on behalf of Linbrooke Services have a duty to comply with statutory requirements. Learn about what personal information we collect about you and how we use it here.

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