Assistant Project Manager

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05 Nov 2020
30 Nov 2020
Contract Type
Full Time

To support the delivery of a programme of Additional Works (Projects) for area of remit, ensuring a high quality output and that all works are delivered on time and within budget. This role will primarily be based at Middle Wallop however, you will be expected to attend site visits across project sites. This is a permanent opportunity working Monday to Friday 37.5 hours per week. Salary range is between 22k - 30k

Role responsibilities
Technical Responsibilities Support the Project Management Team in overseeing of the effective, compliant and timely delivery of Additional Works in accordance with Government Regulatory and Statutory undertakings, complying with all Health & Safety and Environmental standards and policies. Monitor Supply Chain work teams to ensure suitably qualified and experienced operatives are directed to relevant tasks. Review Risk Assessments and Method Statements to ensure they are to an acceptable standard Confer with local DIO representatives, the Local Customer Service Representative and the relevant Site Manager to agree scope & priorities of Additional Works on a regular basis. Ensure, as far as reasonably practical, that all persons on site observe the requirements of JSP 375, work closely with the Mobile Authorised Persons team to ensure compliance. Ensure compliance with the Asbestos register and management plan and the Legionella management plan. Coordinate project meetings, record and follow-up resulting actions, control update and amend project logs Be responsible, directly and/or indirectly, for conducting post implementation reviews and audits in pursuit of continuous improvement Negotiate with and positively influencing customers, suppliers and internal stakeholders Act decisively to rectify any adverse circumstances that threaten the delivery of the agreed programme Establish and actively manage client and stakeholder relationships Manage the production and storage of project documentation in order to effectively document, manage, monitor and report on allocated projects Undertake any other reasonable task as requested People Responsibilities Support management in providing optimal solutions to customer requirements to resolve end user issues. Understand operational priorities of the HoE, develop and maintain close working and effective relationships with local DIO and end users to pro-actively support estate activities and provide professional and technical advice as required. Support end users in the development of new work requirements and the provision of formal Additional Works project submissions. Assist in the resolution of complaints in a timely and satisfactory manner. Liaise with the local Amey Operations team to ensure site knowledge and on-going maintenance requirements are fully incorporated in the planning and delivery of Additional Works. Commercial Responsibilities Comply with the agreed system of reporting of the physical and financial progress of Additional Works, including planned milestone payments. Support the management in cost and stakeholder expectation through excellent communication and sound commercial decisions to ensure value for money. Work with all stakeholders to support the management and mitigation of contract risk. Contribute to the production of IEMPS, ESTS, FASP and ESR across the establishments within area of responsibility. Ensure Additional Works are delivered efficiently and economically in order to promote a profitable business for Amey. Role Specific Requirements: Able to work flexible (sometimes long) hours to meet project requirements A high level of expertise in the use of software applications such as MS Project, MS Visio, MS Word, MS Excel and MS Outlook Project Management terminology Basic Financial and Commercial terminology Able to successfully set-up and run a project files

Skills & Experience
Essential Demonstrable experience of supervising staff in Project Management including: Supporting an operational team to achieve KPIs Stakeholder management Management of costs Planning, directing and controlling activities Management of Safe Systems of Work Ability to solve problems and make decisions Experience in Construction, Property Maintenance or related field Familiarity with geography and establishments within area of responsibility Experience of the Asbestos at Work Act, DDA, energy performance, Sustainability etc. Desirable Experience of supervising site operations, including: Planning, directing and controlling activities Agreeing scope and priorities of work Proactive performance management Experience of operating in an MOD environment Good working knowledge of CDM regulations NEC3 contract requirements

Training & qualifications
Essential Project Management Qualification Management level qualification in H&S and Environment (e.g. SMSTS) Continuing Professional Development Developed IT skills (e.g. Excel, Word etc.) Desirable Associate Member of a relevant professional body (e.g. APM) Accredited training qualification in Asbestos Responsible Person Legionella Responsible Person Authorised Person Training Familiarisation with Work Manager applications

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