25480 - Business Change Manager

  • £ 405.00 - £ 405.00 per day
25480 - Business Change Manager - Corsham - 5 months - £405 - £540 UMB  
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Working with ISS COO to deliver Business Change intervention projects initially focussed on supporting COO's Management Information Transformation Programme. A number of projects are currently delivering new tools, business functions, and governance requiring support where additional activity (projects/interventions) are identified. The post holder will manage the delivery of project activity commensurate with the grade and qualifications required for the post. Responsibilities will include: 1. Co-ordination of the MI projects and working with stakeholders to define future phases of the project. 2. Day to day management of projects to ensure delivery to performance, time and cost. 3. Management of the production and maintenance of project definition, risk registers and plans 4. Management of the preparation and delivery of technical briefs, status reports, chairing meetings and taking minutes/notes 5. Management of a diverse range of stakeholders Association of Project Management Professionals (APMP) Practitioner Level C and/or at least 3 years relevant project management experience and responsibility for leadership functions of projects Previous experience in defence desirable ITIL, TOGAF, PROSCI, ADKAR, SIAM experience or quals all advantageous
 
Closing Date  
   13/11 17:00pm
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25392 - Project Engineer

  • £ 347.96 - £ 347.96 per day
35392 - Project Engineer - MOD Air - 5 months - £347.96 UMB
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The Air Platform Systems Identification Equipment Branch (APS (DENT) is acquiring and integrating Identification Friend or Foe (IFF) systems on multiple platform types. The Mode 5 IFF project will deliver a secure and interposable IFF system on 33 platform types across the Air, Land and Maritime domains. The post holder shall support APS-IDENT3, Land Platform lead, in the management of the acquisition, integration, installation, acceptance and support of IFF systems the HVM SP and T102 air defence radar. This include leading the acquisition of the Mode 5 IFF interrogators for these platform and 3 classes of ship receiving the interrogators. The role is principally to manage the integration of the IFF system onto the HVM SP and T102 platforms. This will entail working with the prime contractor, platform teams, Test & Evaluation and ITE support contractors through technical working groups, design reviews and the ITE working group to mature the solution, mange integration and acceptance and carry out fleet embodiment. The second role will be to manage the acquisition of the two types of Mode 5 IFF interrogators. These are modified off the shelf equipment. The role will be to manage the acquisition and evaluation of the design through design reviews, Factory Acceptance Testing through to production. The post holder will be expected to: engage with a range of stakeholders including Prime Contractor, ITE contractor, Platform teams, other Defence Lines Of Development, TEA organisations and Front Line Commands to ensure project dependencies, enablers, constraints and risks are properly identified and managed; contribute to the projects risk management process, project schedule, project plan and financial management; deputise for APSIDENT3 as Land Platform lead as required. Experience in engineerng management of an IFF or radar system through to acceptance trials & experience & understanding of Army Trials Policy and Technical and Operational Field Trials would be an advantage. Equipment and platform design reviews, equipment FATS and platform integration and First of Type installation and acceptance.
 
 
Closing Date  
   10/11 09.00
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25509 - Naval Architect

  • £ 254.76 - £ 254.76 per day
25509 - Naval Architect - Abbeywood - 9 months - £254.76 UMB  
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •   The posts require professional Naval Architects with submarine experience to apply specialist knowledge, as the intelligent customer, in the area of submarine hydromechanics. The focus will be on reviewing and assessing submarine hydromechanic safety submissions, managing technical development tasks with industry (in particular QinetiQ, BMT and FNC), considering concessions and engaging with international partners on cooperative programmes. This work will be directed to all current and future submarines. The individual must be a sole UK national because of security clearance requirements associated with the Dreadnought programme. Concession consideration Safety certification submissions Manage technology development programmes Conduct international engagement. With an appropriate first degree (or preferably a MSc) or equivalent in naval architecture or hydrodynamics or equivalent qualifications and experience and is making good progress to IEng or CEng.
 
Closing Date  
   10/11 10.00am
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25508 - Naval Architect

  • £ 398.10 - £ 398.10 per day
25508 - Naval Architect - Abbeywood - 6 months - £398.10 UMB  
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The posts require professional Naval Architects with submarine experience to apply specialist knowledge, as the intelligent customer, in the area of submarine hydromechanics. The focus will be on reviewing and assessing submarine hydromechanic safety submissions, managing technical development tasks with industry (in particular QinetiQ, BMT and FNC), considering concessions and engaging with international partners on cooperative programmes. This work will be directed to all current and future submarines. The individual must be a sole UK national because of security clearance requirements associated with the Dreadnought programme. Concession consideration Safety certification submissions Manage technology development programmes Conduct international engagement. Preferably a Chartered Engineer with an MSc or equivalent in naval architecture or hydrodynamics, and a minimum of 5 years post-grad experience. Or equivalent qualifications and experience.
 
 
Closing Date  
   10/11 09.30am
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25566 Project Manager

  • £ 398.67 - £ 398.67 per day
25566 - Project Manager - DSTL - 12 months - £398.67 UMB - Portsdown West
   
Client  
   DSTL
Role & Responsibilities  
 Designing, planning, and implementing a project which delivers the desired outputs, set out in the Project Mandate. Defining the project's governance framework including monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement, risk and issue management, quality and assurance, information management, resource management, procurement plan. Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks (Technical, Financial, Commercial, Health and Safety, Environmental, Security). Ensuring the appropriate capabilities (people, relationships, infrastructure, knowledge, licences to practice) are employed in the execution of the project. Tasking and management of external contracts, liaising with the Division Procurement Rep, Commercial, IP and others as appropriate Implementing Dstl's policies and processes and ensuring compliance with the Management System. Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information. Leading change management within permitted project tolerances; adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities. Defining tasks and success criteria and providing individuals with performance feedback. Enabling development of staff through project activities. Creating a positive working environment that aligns with Dstl Principles, supports diversity and enables staff working on their project to excel. Championing the development of Project Management. They hold specific accountability for: Recommending: o An IPP for delivery of the project o At project completion that information and knowledge has been captured and shared appropriately Deciding: o The acceptance of any deliverables provided by external organisations, taking advice from PTA, LTR and TP as appropriate. Essential $2022; Project Management. $2022; Awareness of the capability and S&T disciplines required to deliver the requirements. $2022; Budgeting and resource allocation. $2022; Commercial awareness MOD SC security clearance Desirable: $2022; Understanding of the Defence and Security context. $2022; Understanding of Dstl's business model. Project Management e.g. APMP, PRINCE2.
 
Closing Date  
   16/11/2017 09.00am
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25391 Project engineer

  • £ 340.00 - £ 340.00 per day
25391 - Project Engineer - Ships - Abbeywood - 4 months - £340 UMB
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  The post provides essential SQEP to the MCS team to support the transition of 40+ equipments from platform teams into the Common Support Model. These skills are currently not available within the team and have been met by MPS support whilst unsuccessful attempts have been made meet the requirement with a Crown Servant. The SEQP requirement is as follows: $2022; Act as SQEP to support the engineering assurance required for MCS contracts including for SPS, ANSSA, T45 BMS $2022; Act as SQEP to Safety panels and undertake relevant assurance activities (documentation review, Saftey Case preparation, OEM Solution peer review) for equipments transitioning into MSC. $2022; Act as the Author and reviewer for Statement of Works for future MCS Contracts (ANSSA, SSAMS, BMS, TACAN, DF & GPC). $2022; Provide engineering SME support for ANSSA. The process for amalgamating six contracts into one new in-service support contract is in hand. Engineering SME support is required to ensure Supply Support and Equipment Upkeep activities/data are fully captured in the new contract. Failure to provide accurate engineering data will result in a poorly defined contract; that will not deliver the requirements of the Common Support Model. $2022; Provide engineering SME support for T45 S2091 BMS. This project has been delayed several times and a new support contract will not be in place before Oct 18. The new contract is required to ensure the full range of in-service activities will be in place and that all of the issues concerning the sonar cables are captured and rectified. Failure to provide the new contract will lead to information being lost and possibly more costs incurred carrying out work already completed. $2022; Provide engineering SME support for T45 and QEC systems transfer to MCS. Failure to provide engineering SME support will result in MCS accepting immature and incomplete support solutions for T45 and QEC systems. Essential: HNC/HND (or equivalent) in a engineering subject. Desirable: degree qualified (or equivalent) in a relevant engineering discipline; APMP Broad knowledge of the Equipment support departments. Broad knowledge of the Equipment support departments.
 
Closing Date  
   30-10 08.00am
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25363 Aeronautical engineer

  • £ 389.00 - £ 389.00 per day
25363 - Aeronautical engineer - £389.91 - 6 months - Abbeywood - SC
   
Client  
MOD   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  Apply the principles of aerospace technology and science to airworthiness assurance for airbus as365 n3 helicopters. includes maintaining an effective equipment (aircraft) safety assessment report, type airworthiness report; maintaining the platform airworthiness strategy, integrity management plan and configuration management plan; delivering bi-annual platform safety & environmental working groups, integrity working groups, through-life management of the air system document set, confirm compliance against the civil approved data set and ensure compliance with military regulatory publications; and derive release to service recommendations. In addition, ensure interface management such as effective (internal & external) stakeholder management by ensuring data flow between military and civil-approved continuing airworthiness management organisations and their interdependencies.  Monitor and populate engineering management reporting tools: technical instructions, maintenance occurrence reports and changes to the approved maintenance program33me. Contract management: effective monitoring and reporting of nsrw service provision contract performance, resolve issues that arise during the design, development and testing processes for modifications. Involving specialist agencies when required to confirm technical risks and system boundaries to maintain platform integrity. Working with teams, suppliers, clients and managers to agree budgets plus timescales. Conduct contract reviews with contracted service provider and customer representatives annually. Derive and maintain a platform project schedule and present updates to team leader and spmap type airworthiness authority bi-annually. Identify and manage military registered aircraft under civil oversight business risks using the active risk manager tool. Prepare and review business cases/processes and desk instructions. Project manage the introduction of modifications and changes. Derive/staff supporting business cases. Derive/staff supporting business cases. RTS reports (iaw ra1300). Derive/staff supporting business cases using aspect. Project management of mods or changes. Updating air system document set provision of draft sar recomendation for shol clearance
 
Closing Date  
   30-10 08.30
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25292 Programme Office Support

  • £ 420.00 - £ 420.00 per day
25292 - Programme Office Support - MOD - Andover - 5 months - £420 UMB
   
Client  
   MOD
Role & Responsibilities
  •  P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 Yr investment of c16Bn. Person specification: We are looking for experienced and skilled individuals to provide proactive and targeted P3M subject matter expertise, advice and support as required to the Portfolio, Sub-Portfolio and Programme offices within the Army Change Portfolio. Duties will include leading on and providing support to areas such as: $2022; Programme/PMO delivery management $2022; Benefits management $2022; Risk, Issues & Opportunities management $2022; Assumptions & Dependencies management $2022; Planning, Scheduling & Resourcing $2022; Leadership, Comms & Stakeholder Engagement $2022; Governance $2022; Assurance & Compliance $2022; Change Control and Configuration Management $2022; MI reporting The individual must have a background in project/programme delivery with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage confidently with internal and external stakeholders at various levels of seniority. They should be able to use their own initiative, thinking creatively to resolve problems and conflicts but also work to established processes. Comfortable in a busy and changing environment, they must be sufficiently skilled and flexible to support a range of different P3M subject areas. KEY TASKS AND DELIVERABLES: Key tasks and deliverables will be based on the subject areas in the person specification including the creation of key programme documentation. ADDITIONAL REQUIRMENTS: The applicant must hold at least one formal project or programme management qualification, i.e. MSP, MoP, PRINCE2, APM, Managing Benefits, MoR; or be a member of a professional body in these areas.
 
Closing Date  
   23/10/2017 09.30am
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Scientific Challenges Specialist

  • £ 565.00 - £ 565.00 per day
25155 - Scientific Challenges Specialist - £565 UMB - DSTL Porton Down - 20 days over 12 months
   
Client  
   DSTL
Role & Responsibilities
  • Chair, lead and facilitate a Hazop study of a chemical trial due to be undertaken at Dstl Porton Down. Provide recommendations to Division management and deliver a report to the project/trial management. 1.Prepare for Hazop by reviewing backgroud information such as process description, P&ID diagrams plant photographs and safety & operating manuals for the process. 2. Agree composition of Hazop team 3 Define the nodes to be studied 4. Agree guide words to be used 5. Undertake Hazop analysis 6. Draft Hazop report including all recommendations arising and present findings to stakeholders 7. Provide clarification or guidance regarding to any questions arising from the Hazop report. Substantial experience (min 10 years) as a HAZOP Chairman for high hazard facilities, for example,nuclear plant, bio-hazardous plant, toxic chemical plant or conventional industrial plant. Extensive experience of the production and management of safety cases for high hazard facilities would be an advantage e.g. toxic chemical plant, experimental facilities or explosives handling facilities. At least Masters level education in a technical subject
 
 
Closing Date  
   27/10/2017 @ 09:30
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25219 Programme Office Management

  • £ 500.00 - £ 585.00 per day
25219 Programme Office Manager
 
P3M is at the heart of the new Army Operating Model to enable the effective management of the Army Change Portfolio. This currently comprises c40 programmes with a total 10 year investment of c16Bn.  
 
 
 
Role & Responsibilities  
We are looking for experienced and skilled individuals to provide proactive and targeted P3M subject matter expertise, advice and support as required to the Portfolio, Sub-Portfolio and Programme offices within the Army Change Portfolio.  
 
Duties will include leading on and providing support to areas such as:  •
Programme/PMO delivery management  •
Benefits management  •
Risk, Issues & Opportunities management  •
Assumptions & Dependencies management  •
Planning, Scheduling & Resourcing  •
Leadership, Comms & Stakeholder Engagement  •
Governance  •
Assurance & Compliance  •
Change Control and Configuration Management  •
MI reporting  
 
The individual must have a background in complex project/programme delivery with excellent communication skills and the ability to engage confidently with internal and external stakeholders at various levels of seniority. They should be able to use their own initiative, thinking creatively to resolve problems and conflicts but also work to established processes. Comfortable in a busy and changing environment, they must be sufficiently skilled and flexible to support a range of different P3M subject areas.  
 
Key tasks & deliverables
Key tasks and deliverables will be based on the subject areas in the person specification including the creation of key programme documentation.  
 
Additional Requirements
The applicant must hold at least one formal project or programme management qualification, i.e. MSP, MoP, PRINCE2, APM, Managing Benefits, MoR; or be a member of a professional body in these areas.
 
 
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