Project Manager - Rail Telecommunications

Modis International Limited
14 Apr 2018
22 Apr 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Portfolio Responsibilities / Purpose

Portfolio Managers whilst retaining their key Project Management responsibilities will additionally be entrepreneurial in their approach to developing and growing a safe and successful portfolio and be additionally responsible for:

  • P&L responsibility for the allocated portfolio
  • Resource forecasting for allocated portfolio
  • Line and Matrix management responsibility of allocated portfolio resource
  • Stakeholder Management, Business Development and Key Relationship Management
  • Review and Reporting; on a monthly basis:
  • Delivery Director and team
  • External
  • Network Rail
  • Other Clients
  • Project Portfolio Reviews
  • SLT3 for Portfolio
  • Head of Projects - Telecoms at Ops Meeting
  • Portfolio review to Head of Projects - Telecoms (GM Review as required)
  • Sales Pipeline review, update and issue monthly to Head of Projects - Telecoms

What do I need to qualify for this job?

  • Experience of managing high value capital investment projects involving a high degree of Client interface (essential)
  • Experience of delivery of Rail Telecommunication and SCADA projects through the full project life cycle (both - not essential, single - essential)
  • Preparation of Proposals, Tenders and contract negotiations through to Award (essential)
  • Management of multidisciplinary project teams (essential)
  • Development and implementation of innovative project execution strategies (essential)
  • Management of Project Control function covering Planning, Estimating, Financial Control and commercial management disciplines (essential)
  • Excellent communication and presentation skills - ability to deliver key messages efficiently and effectively, tailoring the approach to the audience as appropriate, in order to promote action (essential)
  • Proven ability to lead and drive a multi-disciplinary project team, ensuring delivery of all contractual outputs to cost and to plan (essential)
  • Project Management skills - strong understanding of the hard and soft aspects of programme management. Possess high degree of emotional intelligence and the ability to build consensus (essential)
  • Commercial awareness and aptitude - able to contribute to commercial and contractual issues, drawing upon past experience with railway / engineering contracts (essential)
  • Exposure to a highly regulated engineering industry, of which some time should have been in a project role
  • Qualified to degree level (or equivalent) in an engineering discipline, possibly supported by a second degree in a management discipline
  • APM accredited or equivalent

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