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Risk Manager

  • Salary: £45 - £50 per hour
  • Job Type:Contract

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Defence
  • Contact: Tim Millbank
  • Contact Email: tmillbank@nrl.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 01942 323277
  • Start Date: ASAP (security clearance depending)
  • Expiry Date: 17 September 2021
  • Job Ref: 1037324
NRL currently have a requirement for a Risk Manager to provide support to Submarine Support Projects at Devonport Dockyard, from initial planning and bid preparation through to contract close out.

Principal Tasks and Responsibilities:
  • To make recommendations to the Project Manager(s)/ MOD Project Contract Manager(s) for all aspects of Project Risk Management and the Project Risk Management process.
  • To manage project risk management progress, ensuring information is documented to provide an audit trail and future historical lessons learned.
  • To outline risk reports and create/design bespoke risk reports for Senior Management and Customer review.
  • To represent our client at risk meetings with the Client; to present, take and answer detailed questions on any aspect of Risk Management.
  • To issue project risk management information directly to the Client (SUSM and PCM).
  • To make recommendations to the Project Manager(s)/ MOD Project Contract Manager(s) regarding the development, maintenance and control of the Risk Register.
  • To make decisions on the Project Managers’ behalf for changes to the Risk Register.
  • To manage the project risk management process.
  • To manage the Project Engineer (Risk).
  • To provide risk management support for unprogrammed work on Submarine Support Projects during BMPs and RAMPs, both on and off-site.
  • To establish sound working relationships with MOD Risk Managers and Risk Points of Contact in the execution of all joint risk management processes.
  • To oversee the export and transfer of Risk Management information to the new Maritime Collaborative Working Environment area on an agreed periodic basis.
  • To undertake probabilistic schedule and cost risk analysis, providing results and reports for inclusion in the Tenders and throughout the project lifecycle.
  • To conduct risk interviews with key stakeholders, including subcontractors to capture risk information.
  • To be the stakeholder risk lead point of contact for the Risk Management within associate project for which they are allocated, or supporting other Projects as required.

Qualifications and Experience Requirements:
Academic:
It is desirable to have been trained in the qualitative and quantitative aspects of risk management and in the use of any bespoke risk management software.

Nuclear:
It is desirable to have completed the Nuclear Introductory Course (NIC) and Nuclear Submarine Quality Assurance Course (NSQAC).

Local:
To have a detailed knowledge of Risk Management and general knowledge of project/programme and planning/commercial arrangements.

Experience:
It is desirable to have an understanding of project governance for large and complex submarine projects.