Function & Scope
This position reports directly to programme manager and the purpose of this position is to provide oversight and management which includes attending projects meeting, supervising & assigning work to scheduling staff, and coordinating with other departments staff, consultants, and associated stakeholders. Principle duties consist of managing, directing, controlling, and updating of programmes wide Master Project Schedule (MPS) and all related tasks of several large capital improvement projects from planning through executing, controlling, monitoring, and closing. Significant construction projects are ranging from subways, light rails, railways, expressways, local roads & drainage, bay crossing, ports, medical facilities, schools, stadia, and utilities, etc. This is accomplished by providing superior guidance and exceptional direction to the management of large capital projects.
Manage Master Project Schedules (MPS) by participating as a proactive leader of project team members, developing master project schedules, allocating project cost/resources uncertainty which will be used as their baselines. Direct scheduling team members, coordinate with other department staff and stakeholders for schedule, cost, and resources’ baseline and updated information. Determine and analyse both schedule and cost variances between baseline and updated schedule periodically. Propose mitigating plans for eliminate or minimize the negative impact to stakeholders. Perform administrative and construction support functions by participating in management team meetings, advise direct supervisor regarding issues affecting execution and completion of capital projects, provide input to the performance evaluations of project team members, and coordinate with operations to ensure capital project accomplish their objectives. Representing PMO by attending and/or making presentations at meeting, organizing and/or leading meeting or discussing on issues, providing feedback on all incoming and on-going capital projects, coordinating with other departments ensuring smooth cooperating within PMO, Stakeholders, and Consultants.
Human Collaboration Skills: Recommendations regarding policy development and implementation are made and/or recommended. Evaluate client satisfaction, develop cooperative associations, and utilize resources to continuously improve consultant services, and maintain company business objectives.
Freedom to Act: The employee normally performs the task by following established standard operation procedures and/or policies, requests supervisory assistance only when necessary. Special projects are managed with little oversight and assignment may be reviewed upon completion. Performance will be reviewed and evaluated periodically.
Communication Skills: Ability to communicate in English, orally and in written form clearly and effectively. This includes in client facing meeting and staff training. Ability to write professional letters, executive reports precisely and effectively. Ordinarily, such education is obtained at the college level or above. However, it also can be obtained from experience, post-graduate education, and self-study.
Recommendations regarding policy development and implementation are made and/or recommended. Evaluate client satisfaction, develop cooperative associations, and utilize resources to continuously improve consultant services, and maintain company business objectives. The employee normally performs the task by following established standard operation procedures and/or policies, requests supervisory assistance only when necessary. Special projects are managed with little oversight and assignment may be reviewed upon completion. Performance will be reviewed and evaluated periodically.
Must have the ability to be a critical thinker and problem solver, especially under pressures from challenging clients in fast paced environment.
Faithful+Gould is one of the world’s leading consultancies providing integrated project and programme management services for construction and engineering projects, with a turnover in excess of £200 million.
Faithful+Gould worldwide has access to 2,300 consultants, of whom 400 are located in the Middle East across six offices. We have successfully delivered commercial advice and management support for over 65 years to clients in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, UK, and North America. We are a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Atkins Group, the design and engineering company.
Active in the Middle East for 18 years, Faithful+Gould combines in-depth knowledge of the region with the ability to draw on our global resource and constructive expertise, to deliver the most challenging of projects. With registered companies in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Qatar, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait, this makes us one of the strongest international construction consultancies in the region.
||Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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