Jacobs Scheme Project Manager, East Sussex Highways in East Sussex, United Kingdom
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Project management of design and delivery from cradle to grave of a wide range of projects from transformational business improvements to cyclical highway maintenance services to scope, time, cost, quality, specification, safety and environmental requirements.
Key Tasks and Accountabilities
• Manage schemes & programs of work on a day-to-day basis from concept, feasibility, design, construction, handover and Final Account including managing; CDM regulations, Scheme sign off, Asset data and H/S files, defects.
• To manage budget, programme, resources, issues and risks and ensure all East Sussex Highways (ESH) online systems are regularly updated.
• To ensure that Early Warnings, Compensation Events and other contractual information are raised to the client via QS through ESH online system, CEMAR, as per the agreed process.
• Ensure the projects comply with health, safety and environmental regulations and that issues of health, safety and environment are paramount to the projects.
• Ensure that the projects deliver the required products at each stage of the project lifecycle, to the required standard of quality, and within the specified constraints of time and cost.
• Report on project progress.
• When the project permits plan and attend public consultation events and analyse consultation results and provide feedback to the client.
• When the project permits prepare County Council Lead Member/Planning Committee reports and present reports at County Council meetings.
• Identify and implement process improvements. Establish the project organisation: define roles, responsibilities and deliverables for all team members.
• Assist Collaborative Planning Manager (CPM) in coordination of the project where required. Update other Scheme Project Managers on new works, in liaison with Integrated Planning Manager, agree and manage resources where it is clashing, collate lessons Learnt for further review with CPM and logging.
• Liaising with Integrated Planning Manager to ensure a compliant programme.
• Coordinate and ensure Principal Contractor is carrying appropriate inductions early in the delivery process.
• Hold regular collaboration, design review and progress meetings with the project teams, CPM and other stakeholders.
• Communicating and updating customer and client regularly.
• Manage and administer consultant and supplier contracts.
• Ensure materials, and Sub-Contractor invoices are processed in time by commercial department.
• Attend any Directors reviews as may be required.
• Comply with all personal development and continued professional requirements (CPD) as required. Ensuring a project team (QS, Networks Representatives, Supervisor/Scheme Manager, SHE, Stewards, COMM’s Representative) are set up early on.
• Ensure roles/responsibilities and lines of communications are properly defined and established respectively at the start of the project.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
• Experience of personal responsibility for managing highways maintenance and management projects and working in a large, complex, safety focused and integrated highways services organisation(s), and delivering to time, budget and quality.
• Degree qualification and or appropriate professional qualifications in project management are highly desirable.
• Technical experience relevant to the type of project is also required and this will vary from one project to the next.
• Knowledge of NEC contract an advantage.
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