Jacobs Risk Manager/Senior Risk Manager in London, United Kingdom
Our Risk Management professionals provide solutions for industry-leading clients on major multi-billion Pound projects, programmes and portfolios in the infrastructure and technology sectors– some examples being LTC, PoW, Thames Tideway, HS2, SuedLink. In collaboration with our Major Programme and Project Group and the wider resources of Jacobs, our service excellence is supported by internal knowledge communities and collaboration tools to capture and share best practice.
We are currently looking for self-starting and motivated Risk Managers and Senior Risk Managers to join our high performing team of risk managers on a variety of Major Projects and Programmes in our London, Birmingham, Manchester, and Glasgow offices.
Purpose of the Role
The roles are for Risk Managers and Senior Risk Managers, respectively reporting to a Senior Risk Manager and/or Head of Risk Management as part of a team supporting the delivery of risk management solutions across the Jacobs programme portfolio. This may be by assignment to one programme or alternatively working across several programmes.
The successful candidates will:
Be a ‘team player’, with good collaborative working and interpersonal skills
Lead the delivery of Risk Management, including the development and maintenance of risk management strategy, plans and processes in accordance with industry best practice.
Be comfortable delivering Risk Management at all stages of the process and business life-cycles within projects, programmes, and organisations.
Develop and produce reports to inform both internal and external stakeholders in overall risk performance, as well as key risks, issues, and assumptions.
Deliver Quantitative Risks assessment for time and cost, and as necessary integrate these within business cases and cost models.
The post holder(s) will be responsible for:
Supporting the development and maintenance of a good risk culture within our Projects, Programmes, the MPPG Group and within Jacobs
Maintain alignment with best practice and Jacobs guidelines, and recommend/implement continuous process improvements as and when required
Leading and facilitating Risk Management on major projects and programmes. This includes but is not limited to:
Assumptions capture, analysis, and review
Risk identification and assessment
Maintaining and updating risk registers
Quantitative Risk Analysis
Assessing risk management performance, including using health checks and maturity models
Integrating risk management with schedule, value, and change management
Developing and maintaining the risk management strategies, plans and processes on their assigned projects and programmes
Coordinating and facilitating Risk & Value workshops and reviews
Providing guidance and support to improve risk competency
Upholding Jacobs Values including our behaviours on inclusion and diversity
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree educated with proven risk management experience, including evidence of delivering major programmes
Demonstrable knowledge through an appropriate risk management qualification (i.e. undergraduate/postgraduate degree, IRM Diploma or Certificate, APM Risk Certificate, PMI-RMP, MoR Practitioner)
Membership of one or more risk management or risk related professional bodies (grade of membership appropriate to role being applied for)
Experience in the construction, infrastructure, or technology business sectors
Experience in the application of Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) techniques and tools, for example- @Risk, Crystal Ball, Primavera Risk Analysis, Safran Risk, Acumen Risk
Experience using Enterprise Risk Management tools, for example, Active Risk Manager (ARM)
Substantial experience in the delivery of risk throughout the project lifecycle including support of investment decisions and delivery/implementation phases
Understanding of construction contracts and the relationship between risk management and controls/management functions including project management, change control, planning & scheduling, cost & commercial management, and reporting
Evidence of previous experience in the production of risk management plans, processes & procedures within projects
Strong communication, interpersonal and facilitation skills
Collaborative working style and consulting behaviours’
A logical approach and ability to think through complex issues to co-ordinate multi-faceted aspects of projects
An understanding of planning techniques and tools, including P6 and Microsoft Project
Demonstrable involvement and contribution in the wider Risk Management community
Awareness of Value Management and Asset Management processes and techniques
Experience in delivering risk management at Programme or Strategic levels
Experience of working in a client environment
Experience in application of a variety of contract forms
Experience in working for a large consultancy business
Experience across multiple sectors such as Rail, Airports, Ports, Highways, Nuclear, Defence, Energy, Pharma and ICT sectors
A good knowledge of Microsoft Tools and Apps, particularly Excel, Power Apps, Power Query
A knowledge and active interest in some of the following discipline areas would be an advantage: Resilience; Business Continuity; Asset Based Risk Management; Information Security; Supply Chain Risk Management; Value; Insurance; Climate Change and Sustainability; and Risk Analytics.
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