Skills: Project Management
Experience: 10 + Years
Education: High School/Secondary
Location: Birmingham, England, United Kingdom
Overview / Responsibilities
Wood is currently recruiting for a Senior Project Manager in our Major Projects team responsible for leading the delivery of high value and/or complex infrastructure projects involving multidisciplinary teams.
Responsible for the planning, execution, monitoring and control, and completion of a defined project or defined work packages within a larger project or programme to meet the clients project objectives. This includes leading, mentoring and developing multi-disciplinary project teams, championing high quality delivery, and promoting a focus on health and safety.
Experience in public sector buildings including education buildings, defence infrastructure, industrial, water and waste management facilities and / or associated infrastructure mandatory.
Managing project proposals including determining project requirements, scope, resources, programme, and cost estimates (budgets) for delivering the project P & L responsibility with associated commercial and financial accountability including revenue delivery, margin and overhead management, budget and forecast determination and attainment, risk and opportunity reviews, cost controls, accounts payable/billing and cash collection Development of project management documentation including project management plans, cost estimates and forecasts, risk registers, project schedules, stakeholder registers, project organisation charts etc. to successfully delivery the project objectives Monitoring and controlling the project schedule, manhours, budgets, forecasts, and expenditure Monitoring and controlling project progress according to agreed measures and organisational procedures and recommending corrective action where necessary Contract management and contract administration including change management Managing changes to project scope Manage work being performed by project team members, assuring outputs meet the project requirements Managing project deliverables, information, and records Effectively and accurately communicate relevant project information to the project manager, project team and customer Anticipates and takes pre-emptive action to address issues and potential conflict situations that may impact on project delivery Leading the delivery of infrastructure projects in one or more infrastructure sectors including energy, waste, defence, education, water and built environment Leading multi-disciplinary project teams consisting of technical/professional staff and suppliers Promotes culture of continuous improvement and captures lessons learned
Skills / Qualifications
Significant (c 10 years') post qualification experience and 5 years post professional qualification experience in a project delivery environment and be capable of applying the following independently in complex situations.
Securing the provision of resources needed for projects from internal and/or external providers Contract mechanisms for the provision of goods and/or services, monitoring compliance and managing variations Contract preparation and procurement of service providers, particularly design and build, technical services, and construction contracts Administration of professional services and construction contracts, contract change, valuation of payments and claims Knowledge of approaches for the successful delivery of infrastructure projects through the full project life cycle (from initiation to completion) Determining the best means of satisfying requirements within the context of project objectives and constraints i.e. developing solutions Planning and controlling finances of programmes and or portfolios as a means of driving performance and as part of the organisation's overall financial management Preparing Work Breakdown Structures (WBS) and maintaining schedules for project activities and events, taking account of dependencies and resource requirements Developing, implementing, and updating resources allocations plans (other than finance) needed for projects, taking account of availabilities and scheduling Developing and agreeing budgets for projects and controlling forecast and actual costs against them Identifying and monitoring project risks (threats and opportunities), planning and implementing responses to them and responding to other issues that affect projects Developing, maintaining, and applying quality management processes for project activities and outputs Consolidating and documenting the fundamental components of projects (scope, schedule, resource requirements, budgets, risks, opportunities and issues, and quality requirements) Project management systems and reporting activities and the ability to produce relevant project management documents and reports Preparing and maintaining an overall schedule for resource use, which avoids bottlenecks and conflicting demands, and sequencing outcomes, to enable the efficient realisation of benefits Project performance management and associated measures, metrics, data collection and analysis methods Governance arrangements for the delivery of projects, defining clear roles, responsibilities, and accountabilities, that align with organisational practice Establishing and managing reviews at appropriate points during and after projects, which will inform governance of projects by providing evaluations of progress, methodologies, and continuing relevance Establishing, and implementing where necessary, protocols to change the scope of projects and updating configuration documents as required Awareness of the document control / information management environment on standard projects and familiar with the use of electronic document management systems Operational handover and close-out activities and the importance of meeting the timescales of close-out activities Health & Safety Regulations applicable to infrastructure projects, including CDM regulations Identifying and applying frameworks and methodologies that ensure management of projects will be comprehensive and consistent across different initiatives Management of transition of infrastructure projects through the project phases into operation Management of technical queries and defects during the construction phase
Degree in relevant technical discipline (engineering, building, quantity surveying, science, project or construction management) Membership of appropriate professional institution (PMI, APM, MRICS, MCIOB) Qualification/certification at professional level, for example PRINCE2, APM PMQ (APMP) or RPP, PMP, Chartership etc
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