- Position Programme Manager
- Division Project Plus
- Job Type Contract
- Location Auckland
- Ref# CK39172
- Posted 6 December 2018
- Close off 14 January 2019
Senior Programme Manager with a vast knowledge and experience of Infrastructure in Construction.
Completed multiple, start to end, programs and projects for large construction initiatives.
It is also progressively upgrading, not fit for purpose, plant and equipment, building new infrastructure to meet the growing demand for services and bringing buildings which have seismic and/or asbestos issues gradually into compliance.
Reporting to a Senior Responsible Owner (SRO), who is a member of the Executive team, the Programme Manager will:
- Lead the development of Site Master planning;
- Oversee the development of business cases for Crown funding, including the work of the business case writer;
- Oversee the work of internal and external Project Managers on particular facilities development and construction projects to implement the vision defined by Site Master planning
- Ensure that all activities are well informed by service views
- Manage and provide timely and comprehensive reports on progress
- Elevate promptly any conflicts that cannot be satisfactorily resolved
- Keep the SRO fully informed of progress on all matters relating to the programme
- Undertake such other activities as the SRO may direct.
As well as a proven and successful track record in developing and constructing facilities, the programme manager must:
- Be a strategic leader who can see the bigger picture and work pro-actively to deliver an agreed vision
- Have highly developed relationship management skills, adept at managing relationships at all levels
- Be comfortable managing with a high degree of ambiguity
- Be a completer-finisher and have an attention to detail so that projects are delivered on time, to budget and to high quality
- Have the flexibility, political nous and judgement to manage challenges and opportunities that arise.
It is envisaged that this programme of work will be undertaken in phases, over the next 10 years.