To provide risk management support to Submarine Support Projects, from initial planning and bid preparation through to contract close out.
Principal Tasks and Responsibilities
To make recommendations to the Project Manager(s)/ MOD Project Contract Manager(s) for all aspects of Project Risk Management and the Project Risk Management process.
To manage project risk management progress, ensuring information is documented to provide an audit trail and future historical lessons learned.
To outline risk reports and create/design bespoke risk reports for Senior Management and Customer review.
To represent Babcock Marine at risk meetings with the Client; to present, take and answer detailed questions on any aspect of Risk Management.
To issue project risk management information directly to the Client (SUSM and PCM).
To make recommendations to the Project Manager(s)/ MOD Project Contract Manager(s) regarding the development, maintenance and control of the Risk Register.
To make decisions on the Project Managers’ behalf for changes to the Risk Register.
To manage the project risk management process.
To manage the Project Engineer (Risk).
To provide risk management support for unprogrammed work on Submarine Support Projects during BMPs and RAMPs, both on and off-site.
To establish sound working relationships with MOD Risk Managers and Risk Points of Contact in the execution of all joint risk management processes.
To oversee the export and transfer of Risk Management information to the new Maritime Collaborative Working Environment area on an agreed periodic basis.
To undertake probabilistic schedule and cost risk analysis, providing results and reports for inclusion in the Tenders and throughout the project lifecycle.
To conduct risk interviews with key stakeholders, including subcontractors to capture risk information.
To be the stakeholder risk lead point of contact for the Risk Management within associate project for which they are allocated, or supporting other Projects as required.
Qualifications and Experience Requirements
It is desirable to have been trained in the qualitative and quantitative aspects of risk management and in the use of any bespoke risk management software.
Nuclear: – It is desirable to have completed the Nuclear Introductory Course (NIC) and Nuclear Submarine Quality Assurance Course (NSQAC).
Local: – To have a detailed knowledge of Risk Management and general knowledge of project/programme and planning/commercial arrangements.
Experience: – It is desirable to have an understanding of project governance for large and complex submarine projects.