Supply Chain Project Manager

Posted 29 March 2023
Salary Umbrella PAYE
Job type Contract
DisciplineBuilt Environment Recruitment
Contact NameAngela Henderson

Job description

Supply Chain Project Manager
Location - Rosyth, Fife
Contract - 12 months
Rates - Umbrella £45-£55 per hour / PAYE £34.15-£41.63 per hour + holiday pay

Our client, an innovative Shipbuilding Engineering Support Business based at Rosyth is seeking to appoint a qualified Supply Chain Project Manager. Baseline security clearance and Disclosure Scotland are required for this role.

Job Description
The Supply Chain Project Manager is responsible for day-to-day management of the project and must be competent in managing key aspects of a project i.e. safety, scope, schedule, finance, risk, quality and resources to achieve a project's agreed objectives. This scope of time, budget and requirement will often be set by our customer via a contract to deliver a specific capability or service.

Qualifications Academic
* Bachelors Degree in Engineering/Project/Construction Management or a related field
* A Postgraduate qualification is also desirable, as is membership in a professional body

Mandatory (or agreement to attain in 12 months)
* APM Project Management Qualifications (PMQ)
* APM Project Risk Management - Level 2
* APM Project Planning and Controls - Foundation

Experience and Company/Industry Knowledge
* Full project lifecycle experience from bid phase through to close out.
* Application of core project management techniques
* Ideally recent and relevant experience in a similar environment / business sector
* Ideally awareness of various contracting methodologies (eg FIDIC/NEC3/JCT etc)
* Prior involvement in Project Management with demonstrable ability in the discipline.

Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities
* Deliver key project management functions in support of the overall project delivery.
* Support the development of accurate and up-to-date financial and schedule estimates.
* Support the planning, monitor and control of work packages.
* Produce and communicate project-reporting data.
* Undertake of stakeholder management and communications activities.

Additional Responsibilities and Accountabilities
* Facilitate, develop and agree requirements, project scope and solutions for specific outputs and work packages.
* Develop, monitor and control schedules for packages of work and small projects.
* Forecast costs and monitor and report against budget.
* Maintain project cost and time estimates and ensure regular reviews are undertaken with each discipline to ensure they are accurate.
* Provide under supervision the resource and financial forecast data from the project into the business Manage under supervision the risk process including the identification, assessment, planning and implementation of risks, opportunities and issues.
* Document the scope, schedule, resource requirements, budget, risks, opportunities, issues, quality and HSE requirements for aspects of the project, including in the Project Management Plan.
* Under supervision develop, maintain and plan quality (i.e. Scope, requirements and acceptance criteria) aspects for specific project outputs including task orders, supply demand and project documentation.
* Support development of the stakeholder and communication plans and implement specific responsibilities accordingly.
* Support and sometimes lead review meetings for specific aspects of the project, effectively working with stakeholders to plan, monitor and control project functions and outputs.
* Maintain rigorous change control of project data in accordance with the Business Management System (BMS) and Project Management Plan.
* Development and maintenance of Project Assumptions/Exclusions and Dependencies logs
* Recording of lessons learned in company LFE register

Key Outputs/Deliverables

* Project Execution Plan
* Project Baseline packs.
* Change Register
* Client Variations/Impact Assessments
* Risk/Opportunity and Contingency Registers o Project Assumptions/Exclusions and Dependencies logs
* Inputs into Weekly Project Updates
* Inputs into Monthly Project Reports
* Formal minutes/actions from key meetings
* Lessons learned Updates.

Our role in supporting diversity and inclusion
As an international workforce business, we are committed to sourcing personnel that reflects the diversity and values of our client base but also that of Orion Group. We welcome the wide range of experiences and viewpoints that potential workers bring to our business and our clients, including those based on nationality, gender, culture, educational and professional backgrounds, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, and age differences, job classification and religion. In our inclusive workplace, regardless of your employment status as staff or contract, everyone is assured the right of equitable, fair and respectful treatment.