Role: Scheme Project Manager
Location: Manchester or Birmingham
Number required: 6
Scheme Project Managers Renewals work across the full portfolio of our renewals programmes. To be responsible for managing the safe and effective delivery of projects, supporting the Project or Programme Manager to deliver key outputs of programmes in order to meet client requirements.
Please note there are numerous positions available in Manchester and Birmingham, and will cover the structures, earthworks, and buildings portfolios.
1. Accountable for delivery of renewals projects in a safe & environmentally responsible manner to time, cost and quality, in accordance with Project Acceleration in a Controlled Environment (PACE), applicable to our clients company standards, current legislation and procedures including HMRI guidance where appropriate.
2. Work closely with Project Managers to lead, encourage, direct and develop specialist teams to deliver successful projects to meet route objectives for internal and external stakeholders.
3. Manage and implement Construction Design Management (CDM) requirements associated with projects to deliver compliance to regulations.
4. Direct multi-disciplinary teams including commercial, programme controls, engineering, and others to identify solutions to client requirements and establish a robust baseline plan to manage and maintain the plans to project completion.
5. Identify and implement the management of resource planning for current and projected work banks, including identification and management of critical resource requirements.
6. Support the Project Manager in preparing and maintaining definitions of the project requirements across the project lifecycle, as well as updating business cases that support projects in terms of benefits, costs and risks to the clients.
7. Handle stakeholders, taking account of their levels of influence and particular interests.
8. Manage project reviews at appropriate points throughout project lifecycle which inform governance decisions of projects by identifying, monitoring and providing evaluations of progress, performance, risk (threats and opportunities) contingency, and continuing relevance. Plan and implement mitigations to them, responding to other issues that affect the projects and associated programmes.
9. Lead change control in collaboration with clients and contractors by establishing, and implementing where necessary, protocols to change the scope of projects and update configuration documents as required, in line with processes.
10. Support accident investigations when remitted to by the relevant designated competent person.
In order to be successful in this role, we would like you to have/to be:
Educated to degree level in a relevant discipline or equivalent experience
Member of the Association for Project Management or equivalent, holding or working towards chartered status or equivalent
Successful experience and detailed knowledge of the application of CDM regulations
Demonstrable stakeholder engagement and communication skills
Successful relevant experience including experience of contracting and project delivery
Knowledge and experience of project budget management
Able to demonstrate effective evaluation and decision-making skills
Experience of safety management in a successfully delivered project
Knowledge of Health and Safety legislation
Understanding of our clients accident investigation processes and procedures
Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.