Project Manager 29480

  • £ 485.26 - £ 535.26 per day
29480-Project Manager, south west  
 
 
 
Client  DSTL
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • THIS ROLE IS FOR A SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER Working for the UK Government's Science and Technology organisation your role will be to build and manage a cohesive team to ensure the effective delivery of Defence projects. We require motivated Project Managers to lead and task our project teams and engage with relevant stakeholders. You'll also be responsible for managing the project finances, delivery and all project assurance activities Developing, planning, and implementing a project, whilst delivering the desired outputs to time, cost and quality. Defining the project’s governance framework including a monitoring and control regime, stakeholder engagement and issue management, quality and assurance, information management and resource allocation Identifying, managing and mitigating the project risks Ensuring the appropriate capabilities are employed in the execution of the project, working closely with line managers. Tasking and managing external contracts, including engaging with relevant commercial officers Establishing, maintaining and controlling project documentation and management information Adapting plans to meet changing customer, capability and business requirements and priorities Defining tasks and success criteria, working closely with relevant technical leads Ensuring that the project follows Dstl's policies and processes Engaging with relevant customers and stakeholders (both internal and external).
 
  • A strong track record in project planning, leadership and delivery. An ability to demonstrate recent successful delivery of the full project life cycle, including quality assurance and financial planning and management. Evidence of Project control and reporting. Clear and confident written and verbal presentation skills, able to covey messages to a variety of audiences. Evidence of forming effective relationships across technical and functional boundaries. A solid track record in managing complex and sensitive relationships with internal and external stakeholders. Confident user of MS Project. Experience of working in a Defence setting including industry, the MOD, the armed forces or Defence agencies.
 
Closing Date  31st July at 15:20
   
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Tester 29479

  • £ 305.00 - £ 325.00 per day
29479 - Tester, South West  
Client - MOD  
     
Role & Responsibilities
  • Responsible for the writing of the respective C-CBRN project Concept of Employment (CONEMP) and Concept of Use (CONUSE) documents and assisting with developing how the programmes will be employed by the End User, to include assisting with the planning, design and delivery the LC3I training packages.
  • The project Writing Team will be responsible for producing the CONEMPs and CONUSE for multiple C-CBRN capability programmes.
  • The Concept Writer and Training Design will be responsible to the Delivery Team (DE&S) through the Defence CBRN Capability Branch, at the Defence CBRN Centre, Winterbourne Gunner. The contract is owned by DE&S, with the Defence CBRN Capability Branch and Centre allocating tasks and managing daily work and reporting. Hours are based on 37 hours per week.
 
The Concepts Writer and Training Designer will have the following responsibilities:
  • Liaison with DE&S, Front Line Commands, Dstl, the Trials and Experimentation Planning Office (TEPO) and contractors to fully understand their assigned projects.  
  • Identify aims and criteria for successfully drafting of CONEMP and CONUSE.
  • Form part of the respective project Capability Integration Working Groups (CIWGs.)
  • Manage, administrate and conduct CONEMP and CONUSE writing as directed by the Defence CBRN Capability Branch.
  • Report verbally and electronically on drafts and final products.
Instigate Training Development of their assigned projects to include:
  • Conduct Scoping Studies and Training Needs Analysis for capability training on behalf of the Training Requirements Authority.
  • Develop DSAT compliant capability focused courses for CBRN.
  • Manage the initial development, implementation and first party validation of all course documentation, ensuring DSAT compliance always.
  • Provide subject matter expert advice and consultancy on all DSAT/project issues, engaging with external agencies involved in the design or development of capability training, most notably in the development of manufacturer delivered T3 packages into sustainable DSAT compliant courses
  • Identify and manage the introduction of innovative capability training techniques and equipment. g. Accurately record and report hours worked through the TSG coordinating authority to the DE&S Delivery Team - within granted authorities. h. Accurately record and report travel and subsistence claimed for through the TSG coordinating authority to the DE&S Delivery Team - within granted authorities. i. Read and comply with the Unit Health and Safety Plan, the Unit Equal Opportunities Plan, the Unit Security Plan and Unit Orders.
 
The following competencies and qualifications are essential:
  • A military background and/or developed understanding of how the Defence concept processes work and understand the context in which the C-CBRN project programmes will be employed by the End User.
  • A detailed and technical knowledge of UK and NATO policy and doctrine.
  • Understanding of Defence doctrine process and organisations.
  • MS Office Skills.
  • Be able to understand how recent Defence C-CBRN Policy changes will influence operational and tactical level C-CBRN doctrine.
  • Have a working knowledge of current C-CBRN doctrine.
  • Be able to provide advice and consultancy on all concept issues to the DCBRNC and external Defence agencies involved with the design and delivery of the capability development. Providing subject matter expert input on assigned projects during visits by external agencies as required.
Fully experienced in the DSAT process and having in-depth knowledge and experience of all aspects of TD, including:
  • Design and execution of RPS (Role Performance Statement)
  • Design and delivery of FTS, WTS, Learning Scalar, TGA
  • Experience in the design and development of L-Specs (Lesson Specifications)
  • Experience in the development of A-Specs
  • Experience in the design and piloting of new courses in accordance with DSAT principles
  • Experienced in the development and maintenance of course Trades
  • Experienced in 1 PA and assurance of course ware and course delivery in accordance with DSAT
  • Be prepared to be trained to become familiar/competent with project equipment as required.
  • Travel within the UK. k. Drive a civilian hire vehicle (UK B licence).
  • Work in an outdoor environment in all weather conditions m. Undergo security checks/vetting.
 
Closing Date - 23rd July 2018 at 17:15 pm  
     
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Aeronautical Structural Engineer 29307

  • £ 320.00 - £ 350.00 per day
29307 - Aeronautical Structural Engineer, South West    
Client - MOD  
     
Role & Responsibilities  
Support the PROTECTOR Airframe and Propulsion Engineering Authority in agreement of the Propulsion System (Engine, Oil & Fuel System, Propeller, Installation & Fire Protection) Type Certification Basis and related Sub-system Certification Plans (SSCPs) in accordance with Military Air-system Certification Process (MACP) Phase 2 and Phase 3. Specifically requires;
  • Progression and agreement with the Design Organization (DO) and Military Aviation Authority (MAA) of Military Certification Review Items (MCRIs) prior to Type Board Meeting (TBM) #6 in September 2018.
  • Agreement of compliance approaches with the DO and MAA, maximizing the use of Acceptable Means of Compliance and Guidance Material in relevant military and civil certification standards, prior to Critical Design Review 2 (CDR 2) in November 2018.
  • May also be required to support; - the Safety Manager by providing Propulsion System input into the review System Safety Assessment documentation delivered by the DO. - Development of the Propulsion Integrity Management strategy and delivery of the PROTECTOR programme in compliance with the MAA Regulatory Articles.
Essential -
  • Experience of current UK military certification regulations, processes and standards. Experience of the wider UK MAA Regulatory Articles.
Strongly desirable -
  • Experience of civil (FAA and EASA) and US military certification regulations, processes and standards; in particular FAR 33. 
 
Closing Date - 20th July 2018 at 10:55AM  
     
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Integrated Logistics Support Manager 29430

  • £ 402.86 - £ 422.86 per day
29430 - Integrated Logistics Support Manager, South West  
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • Specialists in Support of Specific Master Equipments across all Supportability engineering (Through Life Support) outputs.
  • Proactively develop and implement Equipment Support Solutions to ensure equipment safety, availability and effectiveness through life.
  • Direct the outputs of Industry Partners through enabling contracts.
  • Utilise Team resources to deliver engineering elements of integrated support strategy.
  • Proactively Manage Obsolescence through Team resources and enabling contracts.
  • Close engagement with Platform Authorities, Class Output Management and Ships/Submarines.
  • Routinely Check ODMS for relevant OPDEFs, and task Engineers level 1 and 2 to provide technical support where Ship/COM capability exceeded. Task OEM/Industry Partner technical support where in-house technical capability insufficient. Equipment Specific Responsibilities; Submarine Main Static Converters Submarine Switchgear Submarine Pressure Hull Glands and Sintered Glass Penetrators 
 
Closing Date  19th July at 10:45am  
   
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highway supervisor

  • £ 25.00 - £ 25.00 per hour
Job title: Highway Supervisor  
Location:  East Dorset  
Salary: £25 per hour  
10 hour night shifts  
Must have either a Gold or Black CSCS card  
Immediate start working on smart/Fast track motorway's until November.  
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Project Engineer C 29264

  • £ 292.00 - £ 312.00 per day
29264 - Project Engineer C , south west  
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • The post holder is responsible to CHPTL, through Hd Eng&Logs (SO1), for the overall aviation safety management of the in service support and major modifications to the in-service Chinook aircraft. Duties include: implementation of the Safety and Environmental Management System; production of the Chinook Safety Management Plan; production of the Chinook (all Mks) Equipment Safety Case; management of the Release To Service process for the Chinook (all Mks) aircraft; Management of the Hazard log; Internal Safety Audit and Liaison with outside agencies and Safety Regulatory bodies. a Implementation and maintenance of a formal Safety and Environmental Management Systems. b Management of the production and configuration control of the Release To Service. c Project management of the aircraft Safety Cases. d Implementation/management of the Hazard Log using the ‘Cassandra’ hazard management tool. e Management of the Internal Safety Audit process and planning. f Liaison with all Stakeholders regarding issues involved in Aviation Safety/Airworthiness, Safety Case, Hazard Analysis etc. g Management of the safety working groups including production of terms of reference, calling notices and agenda management. h Liaison with MOD Director, Engineering & Safety, MAA and other Safety and Environmental Regulatory bodies regarding Safety and Environment Management Policy, Audit etc. i Provision of safety advice to all areas of the PT concerned with the in-service Chinook aircraft, eg modification safety cases. j Management of the production of and recommendation of endorsement of modification safety cases. k Review of DAOS/MAOS status of CHPT contractors as required. l Engagement with DDH/ODH safety teams to identify and manage risks. Safety management experience essential including generation of safety reports, hazard assessment and managing safety requirements. Previous Chinook experience preferable.
 
Closing Date  11th July at 14:50
   
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Integrated Logistics Support Manager 29378

  • £ 391.37 - £ 411.37 per day
29378 - Integrated Logistics Support Manager, South West
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • This role provides support to the PSSE (Portable Specialise Support Equipment) area of the Integrated Logistic Fleet DSS team by providing technical support to the MOD PSSE Manager and wider stakeholders. The post holder will react to information requests by working with the PSSE manager to identify appropriate responsibilities and ensure correct data is maintained and appropriate paperwork is stored.
 
  • Base in Bristol Abbey wood, the post holder is also expected to travel to other Naval base across the Country (Devonport, Portsmouth, Faslane and Rosyth) when required. Specific duties will include; • Maintenance and development of the data within the WILSON database (PSSE material accounting data) and PSSE Catalogue. • PSSE Improvement plan – working with the MOD PSSE Manager to improve ownership and management of the PSSE equipment portfolio. • Liaise with PSSE Controllers, review and materiel condition assessment of PSSE stock holdings in Portsmouth, Faslane, Devonport and Rosyth. • Identify and engagement with Equipment Design Authority • Provide PSSE technical support to project team equipment project managers Experience Required: - • Essential- Understanding of DE&S structure and ways of working. Knowledge of maritime defence systems and support. Good communication skills. IT literate, organised, self-motivated and able to work with minimal supervision across the maritime domain. • Desirable: - Working knowledge of MOD Supply Chain Systems (CRISP, INDEPOL, MJDI). Additional Information: - Working in a team, planning & managing resources, stakeholder engagement and management, Integrated Logistic Support, Programme & Project Management, auditing & asset management, Communicating & Influencing.
 
Closing Date  11th July 2018 at 14:35
   
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Business Analyst

  • £ 30000.00 - £ 70000.00 per annum
Business Analyst, Romsey/Gloucester  
   
Client  MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  • The business analysis role is a key role in helping our clients understand the diverse partner community, elicit requirements and help craft the services they deliver to meet their needs.
 
  • This will require a significant amount of time being spent at client sites predominantly in London but may also include Cheltenham and Gloucester, although it is expected that you will spend some time initially at our Romsey site
Other tasks you will undertake include:
  • Requirements elicitation and structuring,
  • Engaging with technical and non-technical partners daily,
  • Business process modelling,
  • Generation of evidence to support business change including Business Cases, support to change implementation and continuous business improvement.
What do we expect from you?
  • Proven competence in most or all of the following:
  • Requirements elicitation & management
  • Partner management
  • Business Process Modelling, e.g. BPMN
  • Development of options and evidence for Business Cases
  • Facilitation of client workshops
  • Good interpersonal and client engagement skills
  • Influencing partners and generating agreement  
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Systems Architect - Military CIS

  • £ 45000.00 - £ 60000.00 per annum
Systems Architect - Military CIS, South West  
Client - MOD  
     
Role & Responsibilities  
The Systems Architect is a key participant in the design and delivery of a variety of strategic programmes and business-critical initiatives and part of large-scale engagements where change and evolution of services contribute to this fascinating, and demanding environment.
 
To qualify for the role you will need to have the following technical and general competencies:
  • Knowledge and understanding of Military Communications and Information Systems within the Military Deployed Tactical Environment
  • Knowledge of architecture methodologies, standards, frameworks and tools (preferably TOGAF, MODAF, NAF)
  • Understanding of Service-Orientated Design
  • Familiarity with a range of CASE tools implementing UML & SysML based modeling languages
  • Experience in interface-level architecture assessment methods
  • Familiarity with Open Standards relevant to Information Systems within the Defence Environment
 
What do we expect from you?
  • Minimum of 5 years' Enterprise Architecture experience working within a Defence Environment
  • Stakeholder management and strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to create influence
  • Ability to build constructive relationships with clients, including adapting to their culture and ways of working
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to summarize, write and deliver concise technical information
  • Working knowledge of doctrine and tactics for deployed tactical users (desirable)
 
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Test Analyst - Application

  • £ 30000.00 - £ 50000.00 per annum
Test Analyst - Application, Gloucester
 
 
Client MOD
   
Role & Responsibilities
  •  You will be required to:
    • Estimate work effort and duration.
    • Produce test scripts and execute test phases.
    • Write test cases that are traceable back to requirements.
    • Expertly report defects - clearly documented, detailing links back to requirement and impact on solution.
    • Work cohesively with other suppliers and delivery team members to deliver to required time scales and to agreed quality.
    • Provide positive input into Test Plans and Reports.
    • Promote meaningful knowledge transfer within the team.
    • Contribute to lessons learned and process improvement.
    What do we expect from you?
    • Application Test Experience.
    • Atlassian Suite - Confluence, Jira.
    • A mature knowledge of waterfall and agile deliveries.
    • Proven testing experience across the whole delivery lifecycle.
    • You are happy to work on customer sites at least 4 days per week.
    • A deep understanding of command line knowledge in Windows and Linux environment.
    How to Apply  
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    Must have SC / DV Clearance

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