Once the business has been fully established in 2021 the career opportunities are endless.
The Ideal Candidate:
- 4+ years in a similar position with professional accreditation in AIPM or similar,
- Significant experience in program management across a complex volume of work within a governance framework,
- The successful candidate must be versatile and ambitious,
- Understanding of compliance requirements to operate within a governance framework is highly regarded,
- Significant experience in program management for a large volume of works with complex interdependences is mandatory,
- Risk Management, financial management, WHS and Quality Control form key aspects in the Project Manager’s deliverables,
- The Project Manager must have practical experience and broad awareness for the above criteria as this is a hands on, supporting role.
New NSW statutory State-Owned Corporation, with an asset base of $40bn are looking for an expert Project Management consultant.
This role reports directly to the Program Director and works closely with the executive team.
This organisation have been set up to provide more effective, efficient and a commercial approach to the management of transport assets, particularly property. This will ensure the rapidly growing asset base is best managed to deliver ongoing benefits and allow operators to focus on service delivery.
To provide Project Management expertise and support, through this, provides the governance, tools and capacity to deliver a wide range of projects on time, in budget and to the satisfaction of the business.
The position is responsible for the consultation and planning required to design projects, facilitating the input of all stakeholders and ensuring the establishment and allocation of resources to support the program.
The position co-ordinates, monitors and develops support services for the company, ensuring they are delivered on time and in budget. It is also responsible for compilation of data and production of reports regarding projects.
Further to this, the position has a clear change management focus, implementing and monitoring plans and systems for continual improvement in customer satisfaction, efficiency and effectiveness of services provided and the quality of services and systems implemented.
Duties & Responsibilities:
- Manage the implementation of the project plan to meet scope, time, cost, quality and safety requirements
- Determine and implement the project schedule and activities throughout the project life-cycle (including concept design, planning, planning approval, detailed design, tender, construction, commissioning and handover)
- Develop detailed project budget and forecast cash flows/milestones from approved budget, including reviewing and recommending for approval for project costs and variations, monitoring and controlling project costs and reporting on expenditure and addressing any slippage issues
- Facilitate the development and approval of project specific quality, safety and environmental requirements, ensuring compliance with all relevant safety and quality standards, facilitating environmental planning/approval and managing implementation to ensure compliance to conditions of approval
- Determine project risks and develop a project risk management plan (RMP), facilitating the risk review process and managing, monitoring and mitigating project risks through the RMP
- Prepare and implement monthly reporting, ensure reporting mechanisms are linked to on time on budget delivery and ensure implementation of project management methodology
To discuss, please contact our NSW Government specialist George Hvid: 0427 933 873 / George.firstname.lastname@example.org