Project Manager Level 4 at UKAEA - Fusion Energy Sector 2561
Location: Culham, Oxfordshire
Role: Project Management - Tritium Fuel Cycle Division
The UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) is at the forefront of fusion energy research. Our Tritium Fuel Cycle division is dedicated to developing tritium life cycle solutions for sustainable fusion energy. Join us and be part of pioneering scientific and economic advancements that are shaping the future.
As a Project Manager at the Tritium Fuel Cycle division, you will lead projects in line with best practices to ensure they are delivered within budget, schedule, and quality standards. These projects are at the forefront of fusion research and are designed to maximize the scientific and economic benefits of tritium life cycle solutions.
Lead projects to deliver outcomes within time, cost, and quality constraints.
Manage day-to-day project activities and lead the project team.
Set project controls and methodologies.
Design the project structure appropriate to its stage.
Track delivery within budget.
Ensure benefits realization and appropriate Benefits Realization Strategy.
Identify key stakeholders and develop effective relationships.
Monitor project risks and issues, developing mitigating actions.
Provide key reports, ensuring effective governance and decision-making.
Ensure effective Change Management processes are in place.
Seek appropriate support, guidance, and coaching from the project community.
Qualifications and Experience
Excellent interpersonal skills to influence stakeholders at all levels.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including Excel and PowerPoint.
Strong document/report/minutes writing skills.
Good planning and organizational skills, with attention to detail.
Ability to work autonomously or collaboratively in diverse teams.
Educated to degree level in program & project management, engineering, or a science discipline.
Experience of projects using agile or hybrid delivery methodology.
Experience in science/engineering-related projects.
Experience in working within the public sector.
Honors/Master's degree in program/project management or a relevant science/engineering discipline.
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