Job Details
  • Reference372560A_1618803848
  • LocationNew South Wales
  • SalaryAU$65 - AU$75 per hour + + Super
  • Job TypeFull Time
  • Posted17 days ago
  • ConsultantLinda Murphy

Position title: Deputy Project Manager - Road / Rail - Government
Contract Estimation Duration: 6 Months (With possibility of extensions(s))
Company Type / Size: Government - Transport - Bus/Rail/Road
Location: Sydney CBD
Salary / Rate: Grade 8
Purpose of this position:
Experience in developing government business cases for infrastructure (preferred transport- bus/ rail/ roads)
The role implements project management delivery plans and established project management methodologies in a safe and environmentally responsible manner which will result in the on time, on budget, to scope and safe delivery of infrastructure projects that compliant with management systems, applicable standards and legislation.

General Requirements:

  • Provide advice and input into project management and project development processes including concept design, planning and planning approval, detailed design, tender, construction, commissioning and transitioning
  • Coordinate both on and off-site resources to support successful project delivery
  • Implement and maintain currency of Risk Management Plans (RMP), monitoring the completion of and journey towards identified project delivery milestones, including the early identification of potential obstacles to success and possible solutions to avert or mitigate such issues
  • Support the development and delivery of change projects in compliance with organisational processes and procedures including the management of tactical change and risks within the project life cycle for allocated schemes
  • Monitor the completion of and journey towards identified project delivery milestones, including the early identification of potential obstacles to success and possible solutions to avert or mitigate such issues, providing detailed scheduled and ad hoc reports on issues including project budget and forecast cash flows / milestones from approved project budget, project delivery costs, resourcing requirements and slippage
  • Monitor on-site project delivery performance ensuring that activities comply with safety, quality and regulatory/legislative requirements, driving quality, safety and environmental management of projects, influencing behavioural changes as required on site with construction partners and contractors
    Technical Scope:
  • Ensuring that the project meets all milestones and deadlines without compromising on safety and Client's values
  • Dealing with a diverse range of complex matters and highly conceptual issues, in order to recommend practical solutions, often within limited time frames
  • Managing diverse range of stakeholders who have different and often divergent needs and requirements
    Education:
    Tertiary qualifications in a Planning, Design, Environmental, Engineering, Construction or Commercial / Business discipline or equivalent experience

    If you are interested in this or similar positions, apply through the link required or send your cv direct and in confidence to Linda.Murphy@chandlermacleod.com