Requirements :Degree educated with significant risk management experience, including evidence of delivery of major programmes within the Infrastructure sector, preferably Rail.
Member of or working towards relevant professional certification, such as APM Risk Certificate, IRM Certificate
Experience in the application of Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) techniques and tools, for example; @Risk and Primavera Risk Analysis (previously Pertmaster), including the analysis of complex logic-linked cost-loaded schedules.
Knowledge of Enterprise Risk Management tools, for example; Active Risk Manager (ARM), Predict!.
Proven experience in the delivery of risk throughout the project lifecycle including support of investment decisions and delivery/implementation phases.
Understanding of construction contracts and the relationship between risk management and controls/management functions including: project management, change control, planning & scheduling, cost & commercial management and reporting.
Evidence of previous experience in definition and delivery of risk management plans within projects.
Strong communication, interpersonal and facilitation skills.
Collaborative working style and consulting behaviours.
A logical approach and ability to think through complex issues to co-ordinate multi-faceted aspects of projects
Self-motivated and proactive, with the ability to work independently
Location – UK
Duration – 12 months (minimum)