• Job Reference: 39619
  • Salary: £40,000 - £48,000
  • Discipline: Design & Engineering
  • Location: Washington
  • Contract:Permanent
  • Skills:Project Manager

Project Manager – Washington – £40,000 - £48,000


Tyne & Wear


We are excited to be working with a leading, global Automotive supplier in their search for a new Project Manager.


You will play a key role in managing key company projects in line with company and customer requirements. You will lead projects and cross-functional teams to achieve agreed schedules and KPI’s, ensuring any project related concerns and risks are resolved, while managing the trial part order process to achieve requirements.


Salary of a Project Manager


Up to £48,000


Job Description of a Project Manager


  • Manage and control NPI projects in support of key stakeholders.
  • Lead and manage cross-functional project teams to achieve project milestones.
  • Ensure project activities follow company and customer systems and procedures.  
  • Identify and minimise project risks by working closely with all functions.
  • Communicate with customers and suppliers to ensure project milestones are delivered.  
  • Control distribution and implementation of customer and internal design and process change instructions.
  • Ensure compliance with relevant regulations, laws and company codes of conduct during projects.

Skills & experience of a Project Manager


  • Experience of managing projects in a high-volume manufacturing environment, ideally Automotive.
  • Qualification in an Engineering or Project Management discipline.
  • Confident communicating with all stakeholders of the business.
  • Strong project planning, management and coordination skills.
  • Strong time management and organisational skills.


Why Should You Apply?


  • Work in a fast paced environment in an autonomous role controlling key company projects.
  • Work on projects for major OEM’s.


Theo James Recruitment specialise in Manufacturing & Engineering recruitment across the following disciplines. 


  • Supply Chain/Logistics, Management
  • Quality - Engineering, Management
  • Design - Engineer, Management
  • Maintenance – Technician, Engineer, Management
  • Production / Process Engineering
  • Health, Safety & Environmental
  • Project Engineering, Management
  • Leadership and Management