Project Manager: Salary, Job Description, How To Become One, and Where to Apply

Project Managers

Nuclear Project Manager

Roles within the Project Management function have many commonalities with other industries; these transferrable skills give you a great chance of being able to Sector Jump into nuclear.

 

It is usual that nuclear experience is desirable but is not essential. With the new build scope of work comprising 80% non-nuclear work, project managers, project engineers, and project administrators are in high demand.

Salary: $74,562 per year

Job Satisfaction: Very High

Transferability: Very High

Education: Relevant PM Qualification

Job Growth: High

Personality: xxxx

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Summary

Project Manager - the Project Manager is the single point of contact on the client/customer-facing side and the single point of accountability on the business/delivery aspects of the work. They are responsible for the ultimate success of the project. 

 

"Project Manager" is a loose term at the best of times, and it is probably more loosely used in the UK Nuclear Industry than any other due to the extensive range of work. You will find the job title "Project Manager" can be easily interchangeable with Project Engineer, Sub-Project Manager and Project Lead. Varying responsibilities from managing a £10k tooling job to a £100m decommissioning project - the candidate for both these roles may have the same job title; however, the skill set required to fulfil the position can be very different.