Programme Manager

Recruiter
Carillion
Location
Warwick
Salary
£35,000 per annum
Posted
01 Sep 2017
Closes
19 Oct 2017
Sector
General
Contract Type
Full Time

Purpose of Role

The Programme Manager for a Product will interface directly with Carillion telent’s client Open Reach and BT Group. The candidate should be able to communicate effectively and at a very senior level; have a highly developed business sense and proven skills in product delivery; complemented by excellent interpersonal skills and a strong problem solving ability. The post holder will liaise closely with the Operations teams and in particular the control function of the Ct organisation. The candidate should identify and share best practice across the organisation and promote the use of Ct systems and platforms to achieve delivery.

Principal Accountabilities

Reporting to the Head of Project Management Office you will be responsible for:

  • Delivering a strategy and a set of deliverables to enable the Ct contractual commitments and customer requirements to be met

  • Provide an excellent and industry leading service to Ct clients

  • Understand and balance the requirements of the client with that of the objectives of Ct

  • Drive improvement to the level of service and the method of operation and processes to be efficient and high value, across all workstreams

  • Identify and mitigate risks to the programme early to maximise delivery results

  • Supporting the development and implementation of product delivery for senior & executive stakeholders, providing long term effectiveness and efficiency improvements

  • Share best practice and learning across the business

  • Development and implementation of initiatives including the creation of programme management plans, issues, risks, and opportunities

  • Facilitate information for input to the Ct forecast and capacity plan to ensure that delivery organisation is well prepared

  • Strong negotiation skills and an ability to understand financial drivers and scenarios

  • Good understanding of health and safety within the utilities sector