Project Manager

Milton Keynes, UK £400 - £525 per day



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Simon Pitt


07827 843 501

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McGinley Support Services are currently looking for an experienced Project Manager for a 6 Month contract based in Milton Keynes. If you feel you could be right for this role, please ready full Job Description below:
The role will be working over 5 days on an average 35hr week.
Rates: £400-£525 Paid Umbrella PAYE or £313.95 - £411.96 Paid Direct PAYE, PAYE Direct you will also accrue holiday pay which can be taken paid once accrued or at the end of the contract. (The role is inside IR35 so is on a PAYE basis, we can not accept LTD or CIS Payments)
Drive the successfully delivery of the project plan for the Asset Management Demand Model
Scope and deliver the change and engagement plan for the model to successfully embed the solution within the business
Manage the risk log and ensure mitigation actions are in place for the project
Attend and facilitate key stakeholder sessions and support business engagement across the routes
Deliver regular progress reports including relevant risks and issues, to project lead and steering board
Production of briefing information in conjunction with the project team
Experience and Skills:
Relevant experience in the successful management of major and complex change projects.
Experience of applying project management methodologies
Experience of risk identification and mitigation actions
Experience of presenting to senior stakeholders such as steering boards

Educated to degree level
Member of project association
Experience working with consultants and professional service firms
Commercial and financial awareness.
Knowledge of/experience in the UK rail industry.

We have a fair and comprehensive selection procedure. It is our policy that there should be equal opportunity for and no discrimination against applicants on the grounds of gender, race, religion or belief, nationality, colour, pregnancy and maternity, sexual orientation, disability, age, marriage and civil partnership, union or non-union membership, socio-economic background or being a part-time or fixed term worker.

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