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Junior Project Manager

Job details

  • Company Name:Delkia Limited
  • Salary:Competitive Salary
  • Location:Preston
  • Weekly hours:37.5
  • Apprenticeship course duration:4 years
  • Closing date:18 April 2024
  • Vacancy reference:VAC-00085
  • Sector(s):Business

Job summary

Working as a Junior Project Manager you will play a key role in Delkia’s future, strengthening the concept, design, planning, and execution of strategically important projects. With an understanding of project management methodologies, the role is to support the Programme Manager with the commercial and financial management aspects of projects.

Full job description

Working as a Graduate / Junior Project Manager you will play a key role in Delkia’s future, strengthening the concept, design, planning, and execution of strategically important projects. With an understanding of project management methodologies, the role is to support the Programme Manager with the commercial and financial management aspects
associated to the delivery of projects.

Key responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with the Project Teams to deliver the assigned project to defined cost, schedule, and quality requirements, leading to a successful handover.
  • Support Tender Submissions from a Project Management perspective.
  • Prepare schedules and monitor progress against established baselines.
  • Tracking and monitoring project spending and reporting variances, using Earned Value Management (EVM) techniques.
  • Establishing and maintain weekly reporting, by setting up regular internal and external team meetings.
  • Prepare meeting packs/presentations, capturing minutes, agreed actions, updating teams and senior management.
  • Positively influence key stakeholders (both internal & external) associated with the project.
  • Developing and maintaining project documentation templates.
  • Ensuring all project deliverables are completed in line with the schedule.
  • Identify potential dependencies, assumptions, risks, exceptions, opportunities (DAREO), project problems, mitigation contingencies and implement corrective actions. Highlighting where updates or escalations are required.
  • Play an active part in Lessons Identified process across all projects and embed a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Maintain established processes and develop new ones as required.
  • Take ownership and pride in your work and promoting project management success through the team.

Course

Degree Apprenticeship

Business Management, BA (Hons) - Degree Apprenticeship

BA (Hons)
If you want to be a Chartered Manager and take responsibility for people, projects, operations and/or services, the CMDA BA (Hons) Business Management programme is for you.

Considerations

Working pattern:

Generally Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early if we receive sufficient applications for the role. Therefore, if you are interested, please submit your application as early as possible.

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