6 months ago
Sub Programme Co-ordinator, Permanent, Nuclear New Build
- Work with the Heads of Sub-Programmes and Client Project Managers to deliver the agreed outcomes for the specific project.
- Work with the Heads of Sub-Programmes and Client Project Managers to define and confirm the technical outputs that are required to achieve the agreed outcomes.
- Work with inputs from the Engineering Management Team and Design Authority representatives to correctly specify the outputs and technical standards required from the supply chain.
- Monitor and coordinate the review of technical deliverables delivered by the supply chain, escalate risks and issues to the appropriate stakeholder regarding quality, safety, cost and duration and manage the appropriate action plans if required.
- Provide input and oversight to technical deliverables to ensure adherence to Licence Conditions, ONR TAGs, UK statutory requirements, CDM regulations, as well as Horizon's own Health & Safety Project Engineer, support on ensuring that all project related designs and documents are 'baselined' and subject implementation of appropriate change control processes.
- Support the Heads of Sub-Programmes and Client Project Managers and internal and/or external stakeholder management.
- Contribute to HMS procedure development and improvements, when requested to support building a credible organisation.
Skills and Experience
- A relevant degree in engineering, science or related subject.
- Chartered professional, or corporate membership of a relevant professional body/institution.
- Demonstrates a track record of success, achievement and learning in career to date, adding value within relevant positions.
- Proven track record delivering complex construction projects, multi component and multi-disciplinary ideally delivered in nuclear.
- Significant experience of critically reviewing and appraising engineering documentation/specification within a complex programme environment.
- Significant experience of critically reviewing and appraising engineering documentation/specifications within a complex programme environment.
- Experience of managing significant and complex supply chains with clear evidence of influencing delivery and driving value.
- Ability to work with a programme focus (with a demonstrable project management competence), yet still be able to challenge others from a quality and technical perspective.
- An understanding of planning and environmental issues and activities associated with large scale infrastructure development and construction.
- Ability to communicate, influence and build productive and collaborative relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders.
- Flexibility and mobility to undertake business travel as required.
- Experience of operating within a large, complex, preferably multi-national organisation.
- A good basic understanding of power station engineering, construction and operation, some knowledge of nuclear power regulatory requirements and modern nuclear technology.