3rd Party Stakeholder Manager

Recruiter
VGC Group
Location
Birmingham
Posted
06 Apr 2018
Closes
14 May 2018
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Job Description

Responsibilities:

  • Manage and Develop Third Party Stakeholder Management Plan for EWC Central sectors
  • Deliver the discharge of legal obligations contained within the stakeholder agreements/ HS2 Act, including asset protection agreements
  • Manage and deliver the mapping of the stakeholder interfaces for all EWC packages
  • To act as main Fusion point of contact for managing third party agreements with statutory bodies - highways, rail, utilities
  • Develop and maintain relationships with stakeholders, consent granting bodies, HS2, consultants and supply chain
  • Provide support to and work alongside the U&A/ Consents Team Managers and Work Package Managers
  • Work with the Work Package Managers (WPM) to identify Third Party Agreements/ U&As commitments for their scope of works, as well as supporting on associated Consent requirements
  • Implement early engagement with U&A owners to ensure commitments can be met and complied with
  • Support WPM's in developing budget's for any Third Party Agreements identified in work packages
  • Support the WPM and supply chain to deliver the commitments in the third party agreements into their works and provide evidence of compliance
  • Create opportunities to make efficiencies and deliver innovation in the approvals process
  • Liaise with Employers Land and Development team for access arrangements associated with third party agreements
  • Monitor and track third party agreements/ APAs/ PPAs approvals progress
  • Investigate and provide information for non-compliance
  • Carry out weekly reporting highlighting risk, and update progress of approvals process
  • Carry out inspection and audit regime on third party requirements
  • Manage interface co-ordinators
  • To carry out any other duties appropriate for a job of this nature

Minimum Qualifications Needed for Role

  • Educated to degree level, ideally with 2 years post qualification experience, some of which should have been gained working in a similar sector
  • Techniques and issues involved in the planning and construction of major infrastructure projects including; Railway and Construction industry, Legal, Town Planning, Highway, Environmental or Archaeological considerations
  • Excellent communication, personal planning and interpersonal skills
  • Microsoft Excel proficient
  • Experience in a similar role, working with statutory bodies

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