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Project Manager (Energy, Utilities, Telecoms).

  • technology
  • permanent
  • Greater Manchester
  • £30,000-£40,000

Project Manager (Energy, Utilities, Telecoms)

 

My client, a FTSE 100 global power is looking to hire a Project Manage to join their rapidly expanding projects team based in Greater Manchester.

 

The Project Manager (Energy, Utilities, Telecoms) will manage the delivery of regulated projects and programmes with complex reporting and delivery models. Stakeholder management, effective communication / collaborative working skills and keen price-control are key to successful project management via recognised methodologies.

 

The Project Manager (Energy, Utilities, Telecoms) will work in the Portfolio Management Services permanent practice of PPM professionals and assigned to deliver a project under multiple programmes of activity.

 

Key Accountabilities for the Project Manager (Energy, Utilities, Telecoms):

 

  • Successful start-up, initiation, delivery and closing of projects; applying appropriate knowledge, skills, tools, techniques, and practice at each stage and with effective stakeholder management throughout:
  • Start-up - establishing the outline business case for carrying out the work; putting in place the project management team to deliver the work; and defining the right approach for meeting the projects target outcomes.
  • Initiation - confirming the business justification for the project through a detailed business case; setting up the project's controls and reporting mechanisms; and defining project delivery roles and nominating role holders.
  • Delivery - Working within a regulatory framework assigning, monitoring and delivering work packages required to achieve the projects outcomes; regular progress reporting at project, programme and external governance forums; taking corrective actions where necessary to ensure delivery remains within tolerances; and confirmation of continued business justification and acceptance of risks.
  • Closure - preparing the project for formal closure; handing over the project's products to the business as usual; and evaluating the project's performance, recording lessons learnt, and disseminating learnings back into the project and programme delivery community.
  • Engagement - actively engage internal teams, senior management, third party suppliers, industry, and Government departments. In doing so, they will demonstrate an ability to manage and influence these stakeholder groups whilst adhering to the appropriate level of governance required to deliver the project / programme.

 

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Dan Combstock