MIP Dock Structures Project Manager
Position – MIP Dock Structures Project ManagerType – ContractLocation – Remote / Devonport, Plymouth when requiredRate – £60.00 per hour Umbrella CompanyDetermination – Inside IR35Start Date – ASAP ?Duration – 6 months ++Security Clearance – UK SC Security ClearedDescription:
have knowledge of Dock Structures, Class 1 Nuclear Concrete, Dock access and drainage systems, NEC3 / 4 experience and even better if they have a knowledge of Devonport.
To lead the planning and management of specific elements of the 14 Dock facility, principally Structure works as agreed with the 14 Dock Readiness Delivery Manager.
The Structures Project Manager is accountable to the 14 Dock Readiness Delivery Manager for delivery of the advanced works and enabling works packages in support of the 14 Dock facility.
The Structures Project Manager will be accountable for the line management of a team of Package Managers / Project Engineers to deliver the agreed works.
Principal Tasks and Responsibilities
Deliver key project management functions in support of the overall project delivery, including schedule, financial and risk functions.
Facilitate, develop and agree requirements , project scope and solutions for specific outputs and work packages
Manage the planning, monitor and control of work packages being delivered by other internal and external resources.
Develops tasking orders to secure the provision of internal and external resources and manages their delivery
Develop, monitor and control schedules for packages of work and small projects
Controlling project costs such that the project outputs are provided within the agreed budget.
Responsible for forming and managing effective relationships with project stakeholders;
Responsible for managing third party suppliers to achieve the desired programme outcomes.
Apply the Business Management System (BMS) appropriately for the project and produce and communicate project reporting data on Enterprise resource Planning (ERP) systems.
Support the development of accurate and up-to-date financial and schedule estimates to ensure the project is accurately planned and reported
Identify and schedule resource on Gantt charts and ERP systems
Forecast costs and monitor and report against budget
Maintain project cost and time estimates and ensure regular reviews are undertaken with each discipline to ensure they are accurate.
Undertake aspects of stakeholder management and communications activities are required and support development of stakeholder management
Manage under supervision the risk process including the identification, assessment, planning and implementation of risks, opportunities and issues
Qualifications and Experience Requirements
A degree in engineering / project / construction management or a related field;
Ideally APM qualified preferably to Registered Project Professional (RPP).
Nuclear: Yes. Experience of working with Nuclear Dock Structures, Class 1 Nuclear Concrete, NEC3/4 Contracts
Experience A minimum of five years in a Project Management position.