Assistant Project Manager


Assistant Project Manager

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Assistant Project Manager – Hinkley Point C 

12 month rolling (31/12/2021 initial CED)

The Assistant Project Manager will work in the framework of the MEH Alliance and will have a diverse role within it supporting delivery of packages of scope related to the HK8010 MEH JV Contract.


The main responsibilities will include:

•    Coordination and recording meetings with key project stakeholders (internal & external).
•    Supporting, coordination and attending Multi-Disciplinary Team and Joint Management Team meetings.
•    Organisation and coordination of Technical Engineering, Cost, Contractor and Scheduling meetings on behalf of the Programme Manager.
•    Actively encouraging and promoting continual development of challenging collaborative working behaviours to maintain efficient and effective delivery relationships between Design, Procurement, Pre-construction Planning and Construction teams.
•    Developing and implementing management systems, as required, supporting delivery and quality as specified by the Project Controls Department.
•    Ensuring that wider NNB arrangements are implemented, as appropriate, within the Programme of works and advising the management team of any necessary actions to ensure this.
•    Facilitate internal communications within the Project Delivery Team and the wider HPC Project teams.
•    Assist the Project Manager delivering the List of Deliverables (LOD).
•    Assist the Project Manager in applying the principles of Earned Value Management (EVM).
•    Assist in upholding the principles of Continuous Improvement.
•    Interfacing with other teams within Nuclear New Build (NNB), on specific tasks as required, under the direction of the Programme Manager for the team.


Qualifications / Experiences:

•    Member of the Association of Project Managers or able to demonstrate an understanding of the APM project management Body of Knowledge principles.
•    Knowledge of Nuclear Safety Case and its purpose.

•    Implementation of project management and organisational skills, which has been gained through practical experience and preferably recognised with a qualification.
•    Excellent written and oral presentation skills, able to communicate effectively and interact with senior managers.
•    Exceptional people management skills, with the ability to build relationships, influence and work collaboratively within complex, internal and external, multidisciplinary groups.
•    Ability to display and communicate a logical thought process, with excellent analytical skills, including capabilities for budget analysis and forecasting.
•    Commercial awareness.

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. As a project, we do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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