Project Controls Assistant

Project Controls Assistant / London / Six-month role

Your new company

The transport system for Greater London is looking to recruit a Project Controls Assistant to assist with control functions on major programmes, including: planning, risk management, governance, reporting, cost management, and resource management.

Your new role

The Project Controls Assistant will be responsible for;

  • Assist with the maintenance and updating of integrated programmes.
  • Assist with the analysis and reporting of projects and programmes.
  • Assist with cost analysis of projects and programme.
  • Assist with overall reporting and governance of the projects and programmes, including change control.
  • Assist with reviewing, updating and reporting of programme risk and opportunities.
  • Assist with the reporting and analysis of programme resource forecasts and staff levels.
  • Assist with the management and control of programme records and information.
  • Provide ad-hoc support and cover for project controls activity.
  • Contribute to driving and leading a positive safety culture within MPD projects and ensuring their team is invested in managing and improving HSE performance.

What you'll need to succeed

My client is looking for the following skills & experience;

  • Knowledge of and understanding of capital projects and programmes with an emphasis on Project Controls and how this supports and integrates with a wider high functioning environment.
  • Awareness of project planning, risk management, change control, and basic cost management.
  • Knowledge and understanding of planning and scheduling tools and techniques, standards and processes in a project management setting.
  • Knowledge and understanding of project and programme management methodologies and their practical application in a Transport setting.
  • An understanding of TfL project and programme management methodologies and processes.
  • Good knowledge of various computer packages related to project management and or planning and scheduling.
  • Experience of adapting and monitoring process around Project Controls in major projects.
  • Experience of dealing with a range of stakeholders at all levels across the organisation influencing improving process to support project delivery.
  • Experience of working with planning and scheduling standards, processes, tools and techniques across in a capital delivery environment.
  • Experience or working with project planning software.

What you'll get in return

This is a full time six-month role. The role is paying £248.05/day Premium PAYE or £279.25/day Umbrella rate.

What you need to do now

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Job type:
Working Pattern
Government & Public Services
This role is paying £248.05/day Premium PAYE or £279.25/day Umbrella rate.
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Talk to a consultant

Talk to Zaqar Rahim, the specialist consultant managing this position, located in Victoria

1st Floor, Ebury Gate, 23 Lower Belgrave Street

Telephone: 02072598796

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