Senior Project Manager I MR in United Kingdom Countrywide-Moor Row, United Kingdom






Senior Project Manager

Responsibilities:

Health and Safety Commitment:




•Identifies, implements and complies with applicable safety policies, legislative and regulatory requirements at an operational or programme level.

•Demonstrates personal commitment to safety at an operational or programme level.

Demonstrates, at an operational or programme level application of

Leadership Ability through:

•Performance measurement including the setting and monitoring of targets, holding people accountable for delivery of targets and taking action when targets arent met.

•Leadership principles including management of the project organisation to achieve effective results.

•Influencing of both internal and external organisations to achieve effective results.

•Managing stress and well-being within the delivery team

•Effectively develops team members through personal coaching, support and business management.

Technical Knowledge through:

•Full understanding of the Business Case and evidence of preparing and presenting Business Cases to support project or programme works.

•Requirements Management processes including capturing, assessing and justifying stakeholder wants and needs.

•Estimating processes and techniques, including preparation and/or review of tender submissions, active in the internal governance arrangements Go/No Go, Red Review and Green Review, has prepared major client submissions.

•Scope Management including evidence of defining and maintaining outputs, outcomes and benefits. Evidence of utilising Scope Management tools including the development and implementation of product breakdown structure (PBS) and/or work breakdown structure (WBS), Evidence of cascading breakdown structures to project level.

•Project Quality, including demonstrable evidence of utilisation of the Jacobs and/or Client QMS. 

•Project Quality Management. Evidence of following Jacobs Procedures and ensuring appropriate Quality Arrangements and Quality Plans.

•Project Quality Assurance, including evidence of assurance audits and implementation of appropriate corrective actions.

•Resource Management including the acquisition and deployment of internal and external resources to deliver the programme scope.

•Project Reviews, including preparation and presentation internally or externally of review documentation and evidence of conducting Project Reviews across the full project range including progress and commercial reviews. Evidence of involvement in OPR and PAR reviews. 

•Information Management, including the collection, storage, dissemination, archiving and destruction of information.

•Configuration Management, including creation, maintenance and controlled change of the work scope.

•Change Control, including the management of change requests to the baseline scope to ensure any such change is captured, evaluated approved prior to implementation.

•Procurement including any processes utilised to acquire goods and services necessary to deliver scope including partnering and alliancing to create long-term relationships with providers and establishing enabling contracts.

•Issue Management including the capture, recording and action of issues to the benefit of the delivery of scope.

•Value Management including the process of value capture and client recognition.

Financial Acumen through:

•Cost build up including conducting and reviewing price fixes, understanding and impacting Gross Margin, understanding rate cards and understanding of impact on cost build up on business position.

•Cost Management including reviews of cost status, cost collection and cost forecasts. Evidence of assessing and correcting supplier submissions and completing and impacting Project Managers assessments.

•Contract Types including understanding of client contracts, flow down, Key parent contract clauses and peripheral clauses. Evidence of supporting contract placement through legal review.

•Contract Models including project managing fixed price, reimbursable and target incentivised contracts. Involvement in contractual negotiations on behalf of Jacobs.

•Acquisition strategies including identifying and engaging suppliers, mapping of delivery strategies including make v buy and development of relationships.

•Contract Payments including Evidence of actively managing accounts receivable and accounts receivable days, pursuing backlog and ensuring company cash flow. 

•Contract Milestones including actively driving milestones in terms of delivery and financial reward, clear accountability allocated for each milestone, preparation of underpinning information to support milestone payments, involvement in client negotiations on milestone payments.

Execution and Planning through:

•Scheduling including project managing fixed price and reimbursable contracts. Evidence of utilising planning team to develop and deliver project schedules, Evidence of reviewing project schedules from tender through to close out. Understands contractual implications of schedule performance, recognises contract programmes as opposed to schedules and appreciates baseline impacts.

•Project set up including establishing Project Set Up at a project level and support at an operational and programme level. Evidence of completing project strategy meetings, client opening meetings, project execution plans, project kick off meetings and client expectation surveys. Evidence of establishing a cohesive project structure 

•Project Management Planning including oversight of the full programme.

•Performance measurement including utilising performance measures to drive project and commercial success. Evidence of managerial action to drive performance.

•Handover and close out including incorporating lessons learned into future works and promulgation of best practice. Actively providing Learning From Experience feedback across projects.

•Earned Value Management including generation of EVM reports and evidence of action to correct poor SPI and CPI performance measures. Evidence of management of EVM across project or programme with actions which support longer term business stability.

Communication and Networking through:

•Communication including the provision and dissemination of pertinent information through a range of media.

•Communication planning including the development and implementation of communication plans.

•Team Working including the development of an effective programme team. 

•Team motivation.

•Collaboration through the development and implementation of relationships to deliver a common objective.

Client and Stakeholder Management through:

•Stakeholder management including the systematic identification, analysis, planning and implementation of actions designed to engage with stakeholders.

•Conflict management through the identification and resolution difference which may affect the delivery.

•Client management including the systematic identification, analysis, planning and implementation of actions designed to engage with clients.

Risk Management through:

•Risk Management including individual risk events and overall risk being managed proactively, optimising success by minimising threats and maximising opportunities, Evidence of Jacobs commercial risks being managed.

•Risk Context including the management of the institutional and individual environment, attitudes and behaviours that affect the way risk arises.

•Risk techniques including utilisation of Risk Management techniques identify, assess and plan responses to individual risks and overall risk of risk tools and the participation in risk reduction activities.

Essential Requirements: 

•Technical level associated qualifications (HNC, HND) with 8 years experience in related discipline.

Or

•Professional level associated qualifications (Degree) with 3-6 years experience in related discipline.

•APM Project Professional Qualification or equivalent.

•Accreditation at Member level within a Project Management professional body.

•Experience of delivering projects typically in the region of 

•Deployable hours of up to 200,000 per project. 

•Total project revenue of typically $20M per project.

•Total project total investment cost of typically $200M per project.

The role holder must either hold an appropriate clearance or have started their application, with the belief of the employer that there should be no grounds for this level of clearance to be denied.









Preferred Requirements: 

Knowledge of the following:

•Safety Management Emphasising Beyond Zero, Safe Plans of Action, Regulatory Requirements including CDM.

•Contract Management Emphasising the requirements of contract management from the supplier perspective, assuming NEC3 contracts are now the industry norm within the UK this should cover change management, contract programmes, early warning processes, Project Mangers assessments, Project Managers Instructions, Compensation Events, Dispute resolution and payments.

•Commercial Awareness Emphasising management reporting, cash flow, the application and invoicing cycle, financial compliance, commercial administration, project controls, earned value management, margin, sub-contractor assessments, IPCS and Ecosys.

•Tender Management Emphasising contract tender management processes, bid no bid processes, tender preparation, price fixing, accountabilitys, tender review process and the importance of feedback.

•Quality Management Emphasising Project Execution plans, Quality Plans, Life Time Records, preparation of Life Time Records.

•Project Execution Emphasising the requirements of UKPSOP-206 Project Execution including client expectation surveys, opening up meetings, project records, Project Execution Plan, Quality Plans and project close out reports.

•Designated Project Executive and Manager of Projects Emphasising the role of the DPE and MOP and their roles and responsibilities, this should be targeted at P44s and above.

•Engineering Overview of engineering process, principles and application.

•Risk Management Emphasising risk management techniques, distinguishing between commercial and technical risks, risk mitigation techniques and management of risk within a project lifecycle.

About Jacobs

Jacobs leads the global professional services sector delivering solutions for a more connected, sustainable world.

With $15.0 billion in combined revenue and a talent force more than 77,000 strong, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional, construction- and program-management for business, industrial, commercial, government and infrastructure sectors.

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