Risk and Value Manager

  • Location

    Birmingham, West Midlands

  • Sector:

    Rail Jobs and Transportation

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  • Salary:

    £400 - £500 per day

  • Contact:

    Rail Technical Team

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  • Published:

    3 months ago

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Job Title: Risk and Value Manager

Location: Birmingham

Rate: £400-£500 per day

Duration: ASAP - 6.11.2019

Role inside scope of IR35

About the role / project:

A leading client in the Rail Industry requires a Risk and Value Manager to provide specialist Risk and Value Management (R&VM) assurance and support services.

Liaise with relevant project and programme teams to drive and embed R&VM Culture across the Enhancement projects community and increase R&VM maturity.

What you will do:

  • Provide leadership and guidance to project teams in the concept of risk management, value management and lessons learnt, maintaining their application to all stages of the project lifecycle.
  • Monitor all projects so that they comply with the risk and value management procedures mandated by Infrastructure Projects.
  • Facilitate risk, value management and lessons learned workshops as required.
  • Monitor the output of others who undertake such workshops to monitor competence, consistency and compliance with Rail procedures.
  • In conjunction with the Enhancements Leadership team, develop and maintain a high-level risk register (cost and schedule) for the Enhancements projects portfolio.
  • In conjunction with the Principal Programme Controls Manager (PPCM), own and manage a forward programme of risk and value management interventions, supporting GRIP requirements for the Enhancements portfolio.
  • Promote the joint evaluation of risks with principal contractors / suppliers to establish a basis for risk sharing and incentives.
  • Comply with the R&V Competence Framework.

Your experience will include:

  • Competent in all aspects of project and business risk management facilitation
  • Able to build complicated cost, schedule and business risk models in a number of applications (including @Risk; Primervera Schedule Analyses (PRA) and Active Risk Management (ARM) databases).
  • Able to explain the results of risk assessments to non-specialists
  • Can suggest appropriate risk assessments and management actions for identified risks, to non-specialists
  • Knowledge of risk management techniques within a capital project management environment