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  • UK, Scotland, Inverness-shire
  • to £330 per day
  • Contract , 6 months
  • Full time

Our client a central government department are currently looking for an Assistant Project Manager to join their team on 6 month contract based in Dounreay with work from home and paying up to £330pd inside IR35.

CV Deadline: 29th September

Main Responsibilities

• Support project management strategies, optimising plans to respond to changes when necessary.

• Assist in the production and maintenance of the Programme baseline.

• Liaise with internal and external stakeholders to expedite safe project delivery.

• Monitor internal and contractor performance against safety, costs, programme and quality, identify deviations and recommend remedial actions as appropriate.

• Produce/co-ordinate Project Documentation including statement of requirements, safety documentation, DMRs, works control documentation and project reports.

• Prepare handover documentation and support project handover.

• Efficiently manage projects within the bounds of the safety case.

• Review and report on identified problems and incidents, establishing causes and identifying, recommending and implementing solutions.

• Liaise with works control centres to ensure timely supply of adequate resources both in the short and long term.

• Participate in site emergency exercises as required.

• Perform the responsibilities of Management Appointments relevant to post.

• Manage DSRL staff as a Line Manager.

• Management of contractor SSOW and works control process.

• Management of contract via CEMAR.

Desirable Aptitudes and Experience

• HND in Science/Engineering or equivalent qualifications plus experience

• 3 years Nuclear Industry experience

• 2 years contract management experience

• Experience in developing SSOW

• Hold current qualification in CITB Site Management Safety Training Scheme Course

• Able to demonstrate good organisational and planning skills

• Good general safety awareness

• Sound interpersonal and communication skills

• Ability to organise/co-ordinate staff/contract resources

• Ability to work on own initiative or as part of a team

• A positive approach, self-motivated, assertive and ability to use initiative

• Awareness of contract types and structure and contractual process

• Good understanding of safety requirements and knowledge for both industrial and nuclear safety management

• Ability to carry out deputy Project Manager Duties

  • Quote ref: 9320/21794

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