Assistant Project Manager GIS Data Co-Ordinator in Wales, United Kingdom

Assistant Project Manager GIS Data Co-Ordinator

Location: Wales
Purpose of the role
The Assistant Project Manager will support the Renewals Project Manager Vegetation and Invasive Species in the development and delivery of all packages of Multidisciplinary asset renewals works. This will involve the efficient delivery of the renewals work bank as approved by TfW (the client) within the CVL network adhering to the renewal authority process. To support the development of a programme of work supporting successful project delivery through effective integration of Planning. The Project Manager will support the cost management and risk & value management activities in relation to renewals delivery as directed by the Renewals Project Manager Vegetation and Invasive Species Contribute to the improved predictability and delivery of efficiencies through effective project performance measurement, evaluation and intervention activities.
About the role
1.Support the Renewals Project Manager Vegetation and Invasive Species in leading the Renewals Programme in relation to the safe and effective delivery of the renewals work bank.
2.Contribute to the integration of the support services within the work programme updating and reviewing the requirements of each project in development and/or delivery.
3.Actively working with multi-disciplinary teams including: design, environmental, consents, commercial, procurement, estimating, programme controls, engineering, survey, construction, health and safety; and others to identify and deliver solutions to meet client requirements and establish robust plans.
4.Support the constructability input into the design process to ensure safe buildability of the renewals work bank.
5.Ensure that engineering access requirements to deliver the project(s) is appropriate to meet timescales and safe working practises.
6.Contribute to the production of the delivery schedule to drive requirements to align with the wider engineering access and consents strategy
7.Monitor and provide timely data on project/programme performance to assist in determining causes of variance from plan.
8.Lead the formulation of corrective action plans and lead discussions with members of the Programme Team, and confirm their suitability and monitor effective implementation
9.Manage the implementation and updating of resource allocation plans needed for delivery of the work bank including identification and management of critical resource requirements. Secure the resources needed for projects from internal and external sources.
10.Establish, and implement protocols where required to change the scope of projects and updating configuration documents as required.
11.Support the development of excellent stakeholder relationships and ensure project solutions meet their respective needs where possible.
12.Line Management of Construction Managers.
13.Support CVL Infrastructure management in discharging its Principle Contractor duties under CDM Regulations 2015 (Construction, Design and Management Regulations).
What we are looking for
Essential:
•Knowledge of Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015.
•Excellent knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations
•Experience in change management and systems deployment.
•Excellent communication skills.
•Relevant experience of programme and project controls processes and systems

Desirable but not essential:
•Knowledge of and experience in rail industry processes.
•Knowledge of Network Rail’s Project, Investment, Commercial and Procurement practices.
•Knowledge of railway infrastructure assets and how they are managed, particularly Track Engineering.
•Knowledge of Project Management techniques.
•Membership of or working towards a relevant professional body membership with Chartered Status and/or educated to degree level
About Amey
We’re all originals here and our individuality is an asset. We have unique backgrounds and personalities, which means we all bring different ideas to the table. But we do have one thing in common: we all take personal pride in our public service. With every drop of water and spark of electricity we supply, with every bolt we tighten and with every guiding golden nugget of advice, we better manage the services that we all use and rely on every day, ensuring every household in Britain benefits from our work.

Amey is one of the top five support services suppliers in the UK. We employ 14,000 people, have a turnover of £2.1bn and a strong forward order-book. Every household in Britain benefits from the work we do. We maintain the UK’s road and rail infrastructure, keep schools safe and clean, manage the UK’s defence estate, safely escort prisoners and keep prisons and courts secure. We also collect and process waste. All of this is underpinned by our leading consulting capabilities which uses engineering design and data analytics to better manage the services we all use and rely on

As one of us, you can really be you because your individuality is an asset. You’re surrounded by a team of people who want you to grow and embrace new challenges. People who care about your job satisfaction as well as your wellbeing. There’ll be experiences as original as you are, in a career that can feel like many rolled into one. You’ll be stretched but always supported. Whether it’s working on the biggest bridge in the country, learning to get to grips with the latest technology, or just working with a great group of people every day, you’ll find what gets you out of bed in the morning at Amey.

We welcome applications from all suitably qualified candidates, regardless of their race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation, or age. Please contact our recruitment team at <email address removed> to discuss any access needs and reasonable adjustments that may be required at any point during the recruitment process.

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