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Project Lead

Advertiser
BP International Ltd
Reference
87471BR
Contract Type
Permanent
Sector
Project Management
Location
Kingston Upon Hull
Salary
Competitive
Expiry Date
20/02/2018 11:46:00
Responsible to the Project Manager for the safe delivery of a given set of plant, infrastructure, disinvestment & demolition projects and studies for European Acetyls.

Job Description

Responsible to the Project Manager for the safe delivery of a given set of plant, infrastructure, disinvestment & demolition projects and studies for European Acetyls through:

  • Understanding of the business goals and objectives, and working with the business to set clear Statements of Requirements
  • Focussing on meeting the customer requirements and keeping them informed of progress
  • For BP funded projects, challenging business and project assumptions to ensure that the most effective projects are delivered and identify projects to be killed
  • Development and maintenance of a resource loaded plan including both capital and revenue projects
  • Day-to-day management of high performing teams and subcontractors
  • Work closely with Contract Services to provide input to Project activities
  • Provide support to the Project Manager (PM) in the development of Project practices and procedures

To be successful you'll need:

A degree level or equivalent in Project or Discipline Engineering
To demonstrate:

  • Planning - reading and interpreting plans (Primavera P6) and able to articulate the meaning of progress, logic, critical path and resource levelling
  • Earned Value 'S' curve - understanding and able to articulate the relationship between progress, earned value and productivity
  • Costs - Reading cost reports and understanding and able to articulate the relationship between expenditure, commitment, variance and AFC
  • Benefit indicators - Aware of economic indicators such as IRR and NPV. Able to carry out simple calculations such as applying discount and/or annuity factors to compare present values of simple cash flows, the principles of Risk management and able to participate effectively in the formation of the risk management plan, and management of the risk register
  • Accessing shared learning, lessons learned, sources of expertise in order to deliver value to the project
  • The use of a range of project management tools in order to screen, rank and select options, in particular Risk weighted economics and Setting Business Priorities
  • The development of contract strategies, basic contract management requirements and the use of a range of contracting types and provisions, and able to articulate the key differences, principles, benefits and pitfalls for each (e.g. Lump sum, Reimbursable, Target man-hours, Fixed fee, 'win-win', Liquidated damages, 'incentives', contingency etc)
  • Understanding procurement processes and how they align with and support the BP Code of Conduct and business strategy
 
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