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Jacobs Project Manager in Warrington, United Kingdom

Critical Mission Solutions

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Your Impact:

Start your Jacobs career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow and succeed – today and into tomorrow.

Our Critical Mission Solutions business –we are invested in you and your success. Everything we do - whether Aerospace, Defence, Intelligence, Information Technology, Cybersecurity, Nuclear, Automotive, or Telecommunications - is more than just a project. It is our challenge as human beings, too. That is why we bring a thoughtful and collaborative approach to every one of our partnerships.

It is our promise to challenge the status quo as we redefine how to solve the world's greatest challenges and transform big ideas into intelligent solutions for a more connected, sustainable world.

About the opportunity:

The scope of the Project is to deliver the capability to remove can packages from a range of depressurised and vented Containment Vessels (CVs) and process them to depressurise the inner package layers and remove PVC prior to repackaging the material into a configuration fit for long term storage in DESF.

The Project is to determine the location for handover of the de-pressurised and vented CV (including 4088 mini CVs where necessary) in agreement with Programme and in relation to other project/transfer routes in the material consolidation programme.

The Project scope considers the requirements for all project phases including but not limited to:

  • Design

  • Installation

  • Commissioning, training and testing

  • Operation & Maintenance

The Project is bounded at handover of the capability to Operations; including ensuring all configuration baseline information is up to date, all issues noted in the completion and transfer certificate have been completed and the PMP(s) have been closed out.

This should include completion of inactive and active commissioning and completion of readiness reviews to ensure all functional requirements have been met.

In this initial phase, the role will be to deliver the IPDG activities for a £5m+ project including (but not limited to) production of the suite of documents to bring the project to IPDG.

Beyond this initial requirement, an opportunity will exist to progress to being the lifecycle PM for the totality of the project.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Demonstrable experience of delivering and project initiation for IPDG on a £5m+ project producing a 5 case Business Case, PXP, Acquisition Strategy, OSP, Communication Strategy, Schedule and Estimate, Risk activities using PERTMaster and SPER.

Demonstrable experience of stakeholder engagement on high profile project which will include scrutiny from both internal in the Value Stream and external through Regulators.

Provide evidence to underpin a SQEP assessment against SL R2A PM03 (see below).

Role: PM03 - Sub Project Manager

I Role

Sub Project Manager delivers an assigned part of the overall project work scope within the

agreed baseline.

II Responsibilities

  • Delivering fit for purpose work in a safe manner to meet or better the project baseline cost, schedule and quality requirements.

  • Developing and executing effective execution strategies and plans in line with the overall project strategies and plans.

  • Ensuring the relevant project risks are identified and managed/mitigated as appropriate. This includes regular monitoring of the residual risks.

  • Managing the quality, schedule and cost for the sub project scope to the agreed baseline.

III Accountabilities

To the Project Manager for:

  • Identifying, implementing and complying with applicable safety, environmental, and quality, company procedures, policy, legislative and regulatory, requirements.

  • Applying an appropriate level of priority for safety and quality to ensure that Nuclear Safety is not compromised by delivery.

  • Maintaining effective communications and executing the project strategies within their team.

  • Prompt identification of industrial relations and HR issues within their team.

  • Leading and coaching their team to maximise their efficiency and effectiveness to deliver in a timely manner fit for purpose work in a safe manner to meet or better the project baseline cost, schedule and quality requirements.

  • Maximizing their teams Learning from Experience, disseminating and input of LFE across all project stages.

  • For timely and accurately communicating their team related performance, issues /concerns, and risks.

  • Maintaining the competency of their relevant team members by identifying and facilitating delivery of appropriate training and role assignment.

At Jacobs, we’re challenging today to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world’s most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. With $13 billion in revenue and a talent force of more than 55,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector.

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