Delivery Manager – Project Rollout (Inside IR35)

Job Title – Network Rollout – Delivery Manager (Inside IR35)

Job Location – Manchester (with occassional Travel to Reading)

Job Role:

Responsibilities

  • To act as the Build/Design tech lead across the team providing technical support, direction and guidance to all members of the team, thereby contributing to the overall delivery of the team’s objectives
  • Support all Build/design activity.
  • Manage, on behalf of the various clients, budgets associated with all Build/design activity.
  • Seek opportunities for efficiency & cost saving by driving a culture of cost-awareness & innovation.
  • Direct, govern and act as a point of escalation with 3rd party suppliers.
  • Deliver results and achieve SLA/KPI performance by focusing on effective execution of work. Continually looking for revised ways of working leading to improved performance.
  • Lead by example and continually look for ways to improve performance.
  • Interface with different project work streams to ensure efficient handover between milestones.
  • Lead and develop a highly motivated team.
  • Attend regular meetings with the client and 3rd party suppliers to ensure the end to end delivery of the service.
  • Create and manage a quality plan to monitor and audit the processes to ensure deliverables are fault free.
  • Ensure all dependencies are monitored and delivered in accordance with the agreed timespans to support the overall project plan.

Experience

  • Must have recent experience Delivering the rollout of a project
  • Must have recent Build experience
  • Must have recent Design experience
  • Last role been in a Telecoms environment
  • Willing to travel

Physical Security Manager

Physical Security Manager

Location: Winchester (SO21)

Day Rate: £400

Contract Duration: 5 Months (With opportunity for extension)

Start Date: ASAP

Our Client, a leader in Broadcast & Telecommunications Infrastructure are seeking a Physical Security Manager to help support ongoing work from their office in Winchester and within other offices & technical sites across the UK.

The primary scope of the role is to help create a set of policies and procedures to ensure physical security is maintained, and a set of standards upheld across both the corporate office sites through to unmanned technical sites across the clients portfolio. This includes undertaking gap analysis between the expected security standard for a site (inc physical security such as fences, locks, anticlimb etc) and what actually exists so a programme can be implemented to gather this information and improve overall standards.

Responsibilities of the role:

  • Document overall approach to physical security to create a set of management system documentation eg policies and procedures
  • Work with the responsible managers to determine an SLA for repairs to security features depending on site type, also how performance can be reported
  • Determine and document a process for assessing site security risks that also takes into account occupiers liability responsibilities
  • Review and improve the approach to reporting physical security related incidents and monthly data reporting
  • Lead the SHE direction and process for areas of allocated responsibility either by topic or business area
  • Identify and agree priorities for improvement as well as the active monitoring plan
  • Review, analyse, investigate and close accident, incident and near miss reports within agreed SLA’s to identify areas for improvement and communicate lessons learnt
  • Report on SHE performance for areas of responsibility for SHE team and internal stakeholder use
  • Lead the development and maintenance within the business of the SHE management systems. Ensure compliance and continued accreditation to ISO 14001, ISO 50001 and OHSAS 18001
  • Design and deliver an effective process for the identification and review of new or updated legislation or other industry requirements and specific responsibility for implementing requirement is given to the most appropriate SHE team member
  • Communicate policy changes to the business and develop and deliver the required training in a cost-effective way
  • Manage working groups to allocate responsibility for setting policy, improving processes, reviewing performance and communicate the output across the business

Experience/Qualifications Required:

  • Experience of managing and implementing physical security measures across a range of site types from manned to unmanned
  • Chartered member of IOSH is desirable
  • Good understanding and practical experience of applying SHE legislation
  • Excellent knowledge and practical experience of management systems
  • Ability to lead and manage a specialist team
  • Ability to present confidently and effectively to internal customers and large audiences
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficient in windows applications eg word, excel etc
  • Ability to influence senior management teams and other stakeholders within area of expertise
  • Driving licence – As travel to other sites may be required at points

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