Would you like to be a part of a mission that will make a positive difference to future generations?
Radioactive Waste Management Ltd (RWM) is responsible for delivering one of the UK’s largest-ever environmental infrastructure projects, so your input will have a direct and positive outcome.
As part of this socially, politically, and technically challenging project you will be able to say, with conviction, that the work you are doing today will have a positive impact on the environment forever.
This project could be a part of your legacy.
- What (else) is in it for you?
- You will receive a competitive base salary, an annual bonus of up to 35% of that, a car allowance, and one of the most generous pensions currently available in the UK (Civil Service Alpha Pension Scheme).
- With an organization that is to grow significantly over the next 4 years, your responsibilities will expand with it. As a result, this role offers you the opportunity to develop both your skillset and your career.
- Your life outside of work is important to RWM and so they would welcome a conversation about any flexibility that you may require to meet both your home and professional commitments.
- Whilst there is travel required for this role – so some days your commute will be longer – you are able to balance that with spending some of your time working from home and therefore having no commuting time.
As Head of Integrated Programme Management Office (IPMO) you will devise and provide guidance and advice to project teams and develop a PMO service supporting the implementation of a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF).
Flexible base location with the need to be in Harwell, Warrington, or West Cumbria two days a week.
- Lead and manage the PMO, develop clear vision and standards, and champion the use of best practice project management standards and processes.
- Stakeholder management is an important part of this role so you will need to build strong networks both internally and externally.
- You will develop and agree on budgets for the program and projects and forecast actual costs against them.
- Drive continuous improvement of risks and issues management process within the organization.
- Lead on adopting configuration management techniques to ensure the validity of program documentation and information throughout the program lifecycle, updating sponsors as required.
- You will have experience in establishing and leading a Programme Management Office for a complex and multi-tranche program within a public sector or similar environment.
- Proven experience of IPA and government departmental level assurance regimes and preparation for assurance reviews.
- Experience within transitioning organizations and/or organizational change programs.