Ref: JN -012020-3189
- Do you want to manage a cutting-edge energy project with real climate impact?
- Do you want to be part of innovation for a more sustainable society?
- Do you want to be part of a new trend that will change the energy world forever?
Our client provides strategic advice and due diligence on renewable, flexible and smart energy technologies. They are looking for a Project Manager on a part-time basis to help deliver an innovative, first-of-a-kind local energy project.
- You will ensure timely execution of the project, manage reporting to funders, and co-ordinate the consortium and its external stakeholders in Liverpool.
- You will manage the contributions of each stakeholder, and address complex technical challenges arising from collaboration across disciplines.
- You have comprehensive project management experience covering the full project lifecycle from concept to operational handover and a relevant educational qualification and PM accreditation, such as Prince2 and APM.
- You have proven, measurable experience in the key project management criteria required for the successful delivery of the project.
- You have experience of delivering multi-discipline technology solutions.
- You have multi-vendor management experience across multiple geographical locations (covering hardware, software and infrastructure vendors).
- Multi-stakeholder management experience, including direct interfacing with the project executives and budget holders along with the maturity and diplomacy required to manage multiple stakeholders.
- You have experience of risk and issue management, with relevant training and accreditation, such as CRMP;
- You are able to ensure robust budget management in a multi-stakeholder project
- You will be comfortable with working in new areas and be able to recognise unexpected project risks as they arise.
- Ideally you have a background in electrical engineering.
Flexibility: 10 – 12 days per month
Location: Flexible – ability to travel to Liverpool and London
Salary: £50,000 FTE
Recruiter contact: Jennifer Brooks