Project ManagerEngland, England
Morson International is recruiting for a Project Manager based in Swindon, working on a large rail project. Principal Accountabilities: Support on the development of a Property Project Management overarching Governance structure to align with Property Project PMO Methodology. Ensure all construction projects are designed, procured and managed ensuring both best practice and best value are demonstrated and that projects are delivered within budget, to programme and to Property governance procedures. Develop and manage Project Cost Summary and cost monitoring process in order to ensure that the overall project budget remains within budget Ensure that stage targets are met and corrective actions are instigated following any shortcomings identified Monitor the construction phase and take necessary action in order to ensure that the Projects will be completed within the cost and programmed completion date. Ensure that Consultants observe the provisions of their appointments including cost control procedures and the change authorisation procedure agreed with the Client. On behalf of the Client, receive the consultant financial statements and submissions and submit to the Client with recommendations Ensure project delivery in terms of quality and performance including all necessary backup documents (e.g. warranties, H&S files, etc) Continue maintaining a list of Contractor's Project Performance for future appointment Prepare and submit monthly Project WIP Status Summary report to Property and relevant TOC Executive Team/s Additional Responsibilities Work closely with Procurement Team's to ensure Project management related contracts are efficiently procured with appropriate levels of service and quality in place. Build effective professional relationships at project level within relevant TOC's that ensure these key internal customers are fully engaged in and support delivery of the Project management strategies through timely decision making and provision of resources when required. Manage the interface of the Project Management Strategy and Methodology with TOC Customer Service Propositions and other industry driven systems (NPS / NR Asset Scoring) to realise full industry benefit. Manage the relationship with other industry stakeholders regards property project management Maintenance of own continued professional development in order to effectively oversee direction and performance monitoring of third party professional suppliers. Person Specification: Property Project Manager with at least 5 year experience of property project management preferably within the rail sector. Preferred Chartered Member of relevant Professional Institute (MCIOB, RICS) Strong interpersonal skills are required to ensure adequate liaison with all levels of the business that will assist in delivering aspirations fairly and effectively.
Assistant Project ManagerMilton Keynes, Buckinghamshire
My client is looking for a Project Management Assistant to support the project management team in the everyday management of projects for which they are responsible, in accordance with the business and all current applicable legislation. This role is for an initial 6 month period. What you will do: Work as part of a project team, assisting to deliver projects to time, cost and quality through various phases in a safe and environmentally responsible manner. Monitor and report programme and progress in accordance with project reporting systems and guidelines. Develop and integrate effective support systems to enable the Project Manager to manage and control change. Process the project resource requirements; People; Plant & Equipment; Materials; possession and isolation applications so that all applications and bookings are complete and submitted to the prescribed time scales. Monitor contractor performance indicators and provide periodic progress reports. Support the Project Management team in providing a safe working environment at all times during the execution of those projects under their responsibility. Manage generic and site specific methods of working and supply risk assessments to agreed timescales. Monitor so that HSQE risk assessments have been carried out by the project team; contractor etc, and monitor compliance. Comply with the Investment Competence Framework. Your experience will include: Essential Some management experience including project management. Educated to HND/HNC or similar standard. HSQE awareness, issues and principles. Desirable Membership (or working towards membership of) the Association for Project Management. A degree or equivalent. Knowledge of safety, quality, environmental, commercial and financial aspects. Understanding of possession planning.
Assistant Commercial ManagerNewport, Wales
PROJECT: We are looking to employ an Assistant Commercial Manager in the TGW Wales Team in Newport. As an Assistant Commercial Manager in the TGW Wales team you will be an integral part of the Commercial Team delivering Overhead Line Equipment and associated works from Bristol Parkway to Cardiff Station. You may be required to work in delivering Commercial Support to such areas as Gauge Clearance of existing assets, electrification in tunnels, signalling, line side civils, station works and Overhead Line Equipment. You may also be required to assist in the commercial support of the running of the costs for the Project Management Organisation.