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Location: London (UK)

Type: Permanent

Reference: 11492

Description:

Simpson Booth's client, a global energy company, request a PMO Schedule Manager for their Central London office.


Job Purpose:


To create, management and maintain an integrated baseline schedule for the development and implementation of a new construction project.


Job responsibilities:



  1. Working as part of a small Programme Management Office, ensure that projects current development activities are appropriately represented in the overall Level 2 schedule with interfaces appropriately identified and controlled.
  2. Implement regular monitoring against the level 2 schedule, working closely with the company's project managers to track and report progress and variances.
  3. Work as part of a small Programme Management Office to integrate scope, cost, schedule and risk as part of an integrated baseline
  4. Review Level 3 (and below) schedules (including project schedules, supplier schedules) to ensure these are aligned and integrated with the overall project Level 2 schedule. Support Project Managers/ Suppliers to identify areas which need further challenge/ review.
  5. Implement Level 2 schedule change control in accordance with the company's project control arrangements.
  6. Support the development of an integrated baseline schedule for implementation of the project to Commercial Operation. Build a schedule risk model and work with Project Managers and the Risk Manager to populate with project risk/ uncertainty data before carrying out schedule risk analysis.

Knowledge, skills and attributes:



To be minimally qualified for this role, a candidate must have:



  1. Significant experience of schedule management on a major capital project and/or large programmes of similar complexity, particularly in a leading role.
  2. Excellent programme management, project controls and organisational skills, which have been secured through practical experience and appropriate formal qualification.
  3. Qualified to degree level in a relevant subject or able to demonstrate equivalent experience. 4. Ability to build strong working relationships, influence others and work collaboratively.
  4. Excellent presentation skills, able to communicate effectively and interact with senior leaders and executives.
  5. Experience of working in a multi-culture, international environment.
  6. Excellent analytical skills and attention to detail.


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