about 1 month ago
Assistant Project Manager - Plymouth - 12 months - Rate c£50/hr Umb
Key words / skills: Project Manager, Naval, Marine, MOD, Defence, FIIC, NEC3, JCT, APM
Wilde Recruitment Ltd are working along side BNM in order to recruit an Assistant Project Manager to work on a long term contract at Devonport.
As an Assistant Project Manager your duties and responsibilities will include:
A Project Manager is responsible for day-to-day management of the project(s) 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 & Professional Membership/Accreditations
Ideally a bachelor's 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.
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 (e.g. FIDIC/NEC3/JCT etc…).
Prior involvement in Project Management with demonstrable ability in the discipline.
To discuss this vacancy please contact: James Walker on 0161 474 6856 / 07788668931.
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd operates as both an employment business and agency. If your application is for a position based in the UK or EU, under European Employment Law you MUST be eligible to live and work there.