ALS Project Manager Job Description
The project manager will plan and oversee all aspects of a project, to meet the project's goals on time and within budget. It will require you to organise people, tasks, and resources to bring about a successful delivery within the scope of each individual project scope.
Project manager duties and responsibilities will include:
* Defining a project's scope and goals through information provided by the client and information captured during surveys and scoping meetings.
* Planning and scheduling project timelines
* Leading the planning and implementation of projects.
* Coordinating project staff, both internal & external to the business
* Resource planning and allocation.
* Quality assurance.
* Carrying out risk assessment.
* Managing project administration, including all documentation.
* Reporting regularly to senior management.
* Managing client relationships.
* Tracking project performance.
* Project evaluations and results measurement.
* Meeting budgetary objectives.
The project Manager is accountable for using business and project specific documentation that is required throughout the End-to-End Project life cycle. Documentation should contain accurate information that will be used by all internal and external Stakeholders.
All Documentation, regardless of type will be centrally stored on the business Shared Drives which is accessible to all internal stakeholders. The documents should be shared with the client and/or uploaded to the client's systems where we have been instructed to do so.
Health & Safety documentation is treated with the upmost importance, every project will have had the Asbestos reports checked, Construction Phase Plan completed and submitted to ensure that the correct authorisation documents are issued to allow works to commence, (LOA) Letter of Adequacy in place before any works can take place. RAMS and Method Statements are completed and issued to all parties onsite and will be available for an auditing body to review, other client specific documentation may need to be populated in addition to the project specifics.
Project specific documentation, e.g., Program of Works, documents should be created in such a way that the information presented is legible to all parties, the content should include the tasks that are being carried out by our supply chain and or third-party contractors but also include tasks that are being carried out by other contractors that are linked to the project delivery, this is generally where ALS are the Main Contractor. Tier 2 projects will also require project specific
Client specific documentation such as Drawings, information pack, site specific Scoping documents and client specific "What Good Looks like" documents should be issues to all parties as an aid to completing a "Right First Time" installation.
It is vital that the ALS Project Manager established and maintains a 2-way communication relationship with the specific clients individual Project Lead, Retail Project Managers and Direct contractors to ensure that all agreed scope changes are communicated and understood to ensure an accurate delivery.
A daily communication is issued to our internal and external Stakeholder's, informing them of the project delivery achievements so far, this should include the following as a summary:
* Works completed by Store based on the Scope of Works & Program of Works
* Detail any risks or Issues that have been reported from Site during the delivery process.
* Provide solutions to the reported Risks / Issues or Snags
* Have an agreed timeline for completion of the issues or Snags.
Veral communication will be the primary method of communication with all parties and will be supported by written communication to the client and /or other parties.
A Project Manager is accountable for delivering change into our client's businesses and therefore should demonstrate positive behaviours to change, supporting the reasons why? change is required, adopting a "Can Do" attitude and providing constructive feedback to the leadership team and our clients on improvements can be made to aid the collective team delivery or improve processes currently being used.
The aim is to always succeed to a high achievement, receiving positive feedback and performance scores from our clients which will be the measure of success for the individual Project Manager and the delivery processes we have in place.
It is impossible to plan for the unexpected when delivering projects, however a successful Project Manager sees the unexpected Risks and Issues as an opportunity to implement further reactive solutions that results in a successful implementation.
Our stakeholders are kept informed and consulted on any issues identified during the delivery stage, presenting not only 'Issues' but 'solutions' highlighting any potential impacts or delays on the delivery timelines.
It is important that the Project Manager embraces the systems that have been implemented by ALS as these are there to simplify the capture and storage of information required to build the delivery plan, communicate to Stakeholders, and show due diligence.
It is the role of the Project Manager to ensure that information is uploaded to our client's systems so Operational and legal documentation are kept up to date and available at any point where it is required.
It is the Project Manager accountability to understand how each project has been quoted and look for innovative ways to deliver the project using cost effective delivery models where possible to maximise on profit and minimise loss.
One Team Approach
It is important that we build "One Team" with "Shared Goals" and as such it is essential that we look for ways to support each other, sharing knowledge and experiences but offering physical support where necessary to help minimise duplication and always maximise resource availability.
Car Allowance - £5,000 PA + £0.23p/mile for company mileage
20 Days Annual Leave Allowance