Assistant Project Manager (Rail)

Assistant Project Manager (Rail)

  • Salaried (Full Time)
  • London

Website Wateeman Aspen

Type: Permanent

Skill: Project Management (Rail)

Salary: Dependent on Experience and Specialisms – Competitive salary

Description: Stakeholder engagement, contract administration, NEC, status reporting, managing change control, managing risk, upholding CDM principles, developing and managing programmes, budget monitoring and forecasting.

Location: London

An Introduction to our unique company …

Waterman Aspen provides Specialist Secondment Services through our salaried staff and specialist sub-consultants. We are a unique division of an International Engineering Consultancy. Our specialism is the employment of our own multi-disciplined staff providing our public sector clients and consultant partners with experienced technical staff throughout the UK. Our core offering is in the infrastructure sector although we also support clients in the environmental, water, buildings and rail sectors.

Your career with Waterman Aspen …

Starting your career with Waterman Aspen as an Assistant Project Manager (Rail) will see you as a key member of the team with an input over your CPD and career development. The commitment we can make to you in your career over the long term will include:

·Varied and interesting client base for you to apply and develop your skills

·Professional subscription to a relevant professional body of your choice

·Career development and support to reach where you want to be (APM, ICE, RICS etc)

·Buy in from clients to assist in your Professional Progression to APM, ICE, RICS etc

·Exposure to the Industry at large increasing your awareness, knowledge and sharpening your skills

Experience required for successful application.

·UK Experience on major rail, metro, and light rail schemes within a public or private sector organisation

·Proven track record of schemes delivery to time and budget

·Strong communication skills and ability to build strong relationships

·Focused on project success criteria, including time, cost, technical and performance parameters

·Experience on managing the change control process

·Knowledge of NEC contract management suite.

·Knowledge of MS Office and programmes software (i.e. MS Project, Primavera)

·Construction site experience

·Knowledge of CDM 2015 regulations

·A full UK driving licence is desirable

·Experience in Rail or Highways or Civil Engineering sectors

We have an attractive Salary Package for you to consider

This position will offer a Salary commensurate with your experience and skills and Location. In addition, here are some of the additional benefits.

·Company Car or Car Allowance

·Contribution to commuting mileage

·Permanent Health Insurance

·25 days Annual Leave (you can buy up to 5 more days)

·Company contribution to your pension

·Salary sacrifice to buy additional benefits

·1 Social Value day per year

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