Project Manager

Recruiter
Orion Electrotech Ltd
Location
Basingstoke
Salary
£40000.00 - £45000.00 pa
Posted
12 Apr 2017
Closes
12 May 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Exciting opportunity to join an established name but constantly growing organisation as Project Manager working a cutting-edge R&D department. The R&D Project Manager is responsible for managing the execution of an R&D project ensuring that the project is properly planned, resourced, managed according to a defined process, reviewed continuously and reported upon accurately. The Project Manager main goal is to deliver the project deliverables on time, on cost and to the appropriate level of quality.

Responsibilities of the Project Manager:
Ensure that the project plan is baselined and fully resourced
Ensure that projects are kicked off according to the R&D process and that responsibilities of project team members are defined and understood.
Ensure that the R&D processes are being followed rigorously throughout the project
Define project metrics and ensure accurate reporting to the Engineering Project Manager
Organise the tasks and apply resources at the appropriate times.
Resolve issues relating to on cost, on time, on quality delivery of the project.
Customer liaising and negotiation when required

Experience/Qualifications of the Project Manager:
Experience in managing engineering projects and teams.
A project management qualification such as PRINCE2 would be an advantage.
Must be skilled in Microsoft Project to a high competency level including management of multiple projects
Must be skilled in risk management and estimation
Must be skilled in metrics collection and reporting
Must be skilled in project costing and estimating
Must be skilled in people management
Must be skilled in project management techniques and processes

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Orion Electrotech Ltd acts as both an Employment Business and Employment Agency and complies with the Conduct of Employment Agencies and Employment Businesses Regulations Act 2003.