Rubicon Consulting is currently recruiting for a Project Risk Manager on a 6 month contract based in Gloucester with various site visits
Responsibilities of the Project Risk Manager
- Ensure the successful delivery of risk management services in a consistent, professional manner with the aim of exceeding client expectations.
- Support the implementation of effective risk management practices to actively reduce risk exposure and uncertainty on projects and programmes.
- Give consideration to ‘intelligent risk management’, whereby the approach to risk management builds on lean thinking and continuous learning.
- Support the development and implementation of risk management approaches for clients, incorporating good practice and procedures.
- Facilitate risk workshops and meetings and engage with project teams to ensure the effective implementation of risk management.
- Produce risk reports summarising outputs to suit the needs of the individual projects.
- Support the development of new risk management processes, procedures and tools as part of continuous improvement and innovation.
- Support business development through an exemplary delivery of risk management services so that the company remains the business partner of choice.
- Keep abreast of the latest publications on the subject of project risk management such as The Orange Book, ICE RAMP Guide, PMI Principles and Procedures, ISO standards and the P3M3 maturity model.
Requirements of the Project Risk Manager
- Experience of working on major infrastructure projects in at least one of the following sectors: highways, rail, energy, nuclear, aviation, property and utilities.
- Previously undertaken the role of Risk Manager (or: Assistant Risk Manager, Risk Engineer, Risk Analyst or Risk Champion) for a minimum of two years.
- Familiar with project and construction terms and their definition. And be Familiar with the common sequence of activities within project life cycles and their intermediate stage gates and aware of planning approval processes.
- Have Awareness of the common professions on infrastructure projects and their primary role and Have reached an intermediate skills level in the use of MS Office, particularly Excel, Word and PowerPoint.
- Have the Ability to arrange meetings on MS Teams or face-to-face, describe the purpose of meetings and prepare agendas.
- Have experience of populating and drawing registers and reports from risk management databases, ideally Xactium.
- Experience of implementing the steps in risk management processes aligned to ISO 31000 Risk management – Guidelines or Association for Project Management or PRINCE2 project management methodologies. Be familiar with both qualitative and quantitative risk management and qualitative scoring matrices.
- Familiarity with preparing or contributing to the preparation of risk management plans, report templates, policies, RACI charts, histograms, guidelines and advice notes.
- Hold a recognised degree from the construction sector such as construction management, civil engineering, structural engineering, quantity surveying, cost management, building surveying or architecture.
- Ideally hold a qualification in risk management such as M_o_R (Management of Risk, Guidance for Practitioners), PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP)®, Certified Risk Manager (CRM), APM Project Risk Management Single Subject Certificate, the Risk Management for Project Professionals (PMBOK7 Updated) or the IRM International Certificate in Enterprise Risk Management.