Project Co-ordinator - Defence Infrastructure

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  • Sector:

    Defence, Project Management & Controls

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  • Salary:

    c£350.0/day (Umbrella)

  • Contact:

    Mike Baldwin

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  • Published:

    over 3 years ago

  • Duration:

    10 Months+

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Project Coordinator – Defence Infrastructure: 10 Months+ Contract; Cambridge; Rate c£350.0/day (Umbrella)
KEY Skills: Defence Infrastructure Organisation, DIO, MoD, Maximo, MSP, PRINCE2, APMP, Infrastructure, Security Clearance, SC

The Role:
The MoD’s Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) requires a Project Coordinator to monitor the delivery of Additional Work Services (AWS), based at RAF Alconbury, near Cambridge.

Duties will involve:
The job holder shall be expected to liaise with clients and contractors to ensure that AWS delivery aligns with the clients' brief, complies with statutory & mandatory technical standards, provides suitable technical solutions and is delivered at a VFM price.
Shall attend and participate in weekly site progress meetings, and Infrastructure Community Monthly Meetings (ICMM). Additionally, will;
Carry out Workflow actions in Maximo system.
Check quality of design & construction deliverables.
Challenge performance issues & report progress to LM.

The Candidate: 
Will fully understand project support; MSP, APMP or PRINCE2 practitioner is the minimum level of training expected.
Familiarity with Microsoft project and Management of Risk desirable.
Have a minimum of 5 years’ supporting infrastructure projects.
MUST have current SC clearance.

To discuss this vacancy please contact:  Mike Baldwin 0161 474 6855

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