Commercial Graduate Programme – Project Manager
The role of the Graduate Project Manager is to assist Project Managers (PM) and Senior Project Managers (SPM) in the delivery of the Capital Investment Programme of Projects and Connections projects. The Project Manager will deliver work packages within a single project, across several projects or deliver in totality smaller value projects.
To Support the Project Manager or Senior Project Manager in delivering large and high profile projects, managing a number of contracts and key stakeholders.
Support in gaining project approvals and subsequently manage project expenditure within the sanctioned budgetary limits.
Organise mission focused work team meetings including actions arising.
Compile input to weekly safety reports.
Assist with preparation of reports for monthly client reviews.
To support the PM or SPM in the delivery of a portfolio of projects ensuring all safety, quality and environmental standards are adhered to.
To support the PM or SPM in the timely delivery of a portfolio of projects, to required Programme and Output Dates.
To support the PM or SPM in the monthly reporting of Projects.
Where required compilation of Project Execution Plans (PEPs), Project Quality Plans (PQPs) and Contractual Documents.
Support in identifying and managing project risks and opportunities.
Ensure that project lessons learnt are captured and implemented within the team.
Mitigating scope change and risk across projects.
Sub Programme Manager LPN – The PM will ultimately report to.
Senior Project Manager – The APM will take day to day direction and guidance from while delivering the projects
Project Manager – the APM will take day to day direction and guidance from while delivering the projects
Quantity Surveyor – Liaison with the commercial team to ensure data is accurate for project forecasts and expenditure information for reporting.
Procurement – Liaison with current and future Supply Chain strategies and representatives for supply of contracts and materials.
Design Team – Consultation with the Design engineers on the specification and design Progress for the delivery of the project to time cost and quality of the design deliverables
HSEQ Team – for ensure safety is at the forefront of the project delivery
Asset Management – Liaison throughout the project lifecycle to ensure scope and cost are managed and completed project meets project mandate.
Connections Project Manager – Liaison with in the delivery of Customer funded projects
Programme Management Office (PMO) – Support in the reporting of All project reporting- Monthly and yearly expenditure, Risk, Rigs, Review and acceptance of gate papers to allow project progression within UK Power Networks budget, time and quality parameters
Local authorities, Councils, Police, Buses, Residents, Businesses
Supply Chain Contractors
Knowledge, Skills, Qualifications and Experience:
A 2.2 degree in an engineering discipline, business management or project management qualification or related discipline.
Membership of a professional institute IEE, ICE or APM or equivalent is preferred but not essential
Safety Management CSCS / IOSH preferred but not essential
Demonstrable work experience in a project management capacity
Strong interpersonal skills.
Strong written and verbal communications.
Strong team working skills.
Willingness to learn
Willingness to take accountability and ownership.
Proficient in the use of Microsoft office applications
Comply with standard policies and procedures
Health & Safety Responsibilities
Managers and supervisors carry both legal and company responsibilities for ensuring the health and safety of their employees, those under their control and those who might be affected by the work undertaken, i.e. public, visitors and employees of other organisations. This includes briefing individuals working for them and ensuring there is the necessary understanding, competence and application of requirements to work safely and without harming the environment.
Employees are responsible for ensuring they fully understand the health and safety risks involved in their work activities and their responsibility to apply the controls needed to manage those risks to acceptable levels. Similarly where work activities can have an adverse impact upon the environment, and particularly where there are legal requirements, employees are responsible for understanding those impacts and the controls they must ensure are applied.