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About the role:

Project Managers Assistant

London (Central) and South of England / £28,000 – £35,000p.a (dependent on the role and your experience)

CPMS is a multi-discipline consultancy of around 90 highly motivated staff, with a growing reputation for safe and efficient delivery within the railway and wider infrastructure sectors.

The company started out providing project management services but has developed market leading multi-discipline capabilities across all key project service groups.

In this role you will be working within the CPMS Consultancy business group to deliver Rail projects with budget ranging from £100k to £2m or supporting delivery of projects £50m+

This opportunity will provide Project Management professionals with a structured, supported and dedicated pathway to both professional chartership and progression on to senior professional positions within the wider industry.

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a high performing team with exposure to both client and contractor facing organisations. As an individual you will be given a personalised PDP tailored to your needs, as well as receiving dedicated mentorship to help you continue to the next stage of development within the Project Management profession.

Are you a proactive Project Managers Assistant with experience in supporting the delivery of complex projects within the Rail sector? If so please apply by emailing your CV to careers@cpmsgroup.com You must have the right to work in the UK.

Necessary requirements:

As a Project Manager Assistant you will have:

  • Relevant experience in project management and supported delivery of Rail projects
  • Familiarity with developing and managing project programmes
  • Knowledge of GRIP and Asset Management Plans (AMP)
  • An understanding of Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015.
  • General knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Self-motivated

**Network Rail Experience essential**

In joining CPMS you will become part of a company that is friendly where you will know everyone by name, with a start-up feel, but big enough to provide you with exposure to interesting, varied, and challenging projects. CPMS is a value driven business, committed to developing colleagues and building long term futures. You will receive a competitive salary, a wide range of benefits, including private healthcare, Perkbox and time off for charity work/volunteering. As part of our ED&I programme, we value each and everyone’s contribution as this builds our culture and means, if you work for CPMS you will be included, listened to and respected.

About the role:

Scheme Project Managers

London (Central) and South of England £40,000 – £50,000 p.a (dependent on the role and your experience)

CPMS is a multi-discipline consultancy of around 90 highly motivated staff, with a growing reputation for safe and efficient delivery within the railway and wider infrastructure sectors.

The company started out providing project management services but has developed market leading multi-discipline capabilities across all key project service groups.

In this role you will be working within the CPMS Consultancy business group to deliver Rail projects with budget ranging from £250k to £50m+.

This opportunity will provide Project Management professionals with a structured, supported and dedicated pathway to both professional chartership and progression on to senior professional positions within the wider industry.

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a high performing team with exposure to both client and contractor facing organisations. As an individual you will be given a personalised PDP tailored to your needs, as well as receiving dedicated mentorship to help you continue to the next stage of development within the Project Management profession.

Are you proactive, Scheme Manager with experience in complex projects within the Rail sector? If so please apply by emailing your CV to careers@cpmsgroup.com You must have the right to work in the UK.

Necessary requirements:

As a Scheme Project Manager you will have:

  • Relevant experience in project management and successfully delivery of Rail projects
  • Design and construction management experience
  • Ability to produce and maintain a robust project programme (appreciation of Primavera desirable)
  • Knowledge of monitoring and controlling project finances
  • Contract management (NEC and NR suite of contracts) experience
  • Knowledge of GRIP and Asset Management Plans (AMP)
  • A good understanding of Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015.
  • General knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

**Network Rail Experience essential**

In joining CPMS you will become part of a company that is friendly where you will know everyone by name, with a start-up feel, but big enough to provide you with exposure to interesting, varied, and challenging projects. CPMS is a value driven business, committed to developing colleagues and building long term futures. You will receive a competitive salary, a wide range of benefits, including private healthcare, Perkbox and time off for charity work/volunteering. As part of our ED&I programme, we value each and everyone’s contribution as this builds our culture and means, if you work for CPMS you will be included, listened to and respected.

About the role:

Project Manager

London (Central) and South of England £55,000 – £70,000p.a (dependent on the role and your experience)

CPMS is a multi-discipline consultancy of around 90 highly motivated staff, with a growing reputation for safe and efficient delivery within the railway and wider infrastructure sectors.

The company started out providing project management services but has developed market leading multi-discipline capabilities across all key project service groups.

In this role you will be working within the CPMS Consultancy business group to deliver Rail projects, programmes and portfolios of work with budget ranging from £5m to £100m+

This opportunity will provide Project Management professionals with a structured, supported and dedicated pathway to both professional chartership and progression on to senior professional positions within the wider industry.

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a high performing team with exposure to both client and contractor facing organisations. As an individual you will be given a personalised PDP tailored to your needs, as well as receiving dedicated mentorship to help you continue to the next stage of development within the Project Management profession.

Are you proactive, Project Manager with experience in complex projects within the Rail sector? If so please apply by emailing your CV to careers@cpmsgroup.com You must have the right to work in the UK.

Necessary requirements:

As a Project Manager you will have:

  • Relevant experience in project management and successfully delivery of Rail projects
  • Team leader experience, capable of motivating a team
  • Design and construction management experience
  • Ability to produce and maintain a robust project programme (appreciation of Primavera desirable)
  • Knowledge of monitoring and controlling project finances, and reporting to Senior Management
  • Contract management (NEC and NR suite of contracts) experience
  • Knowledge of GRIP and Asset Management Plans (AMP)
  •  A good understanding of Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015.
  • General knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Line management experience

**Network Rail Experience essential**

In joining CPMS you will become part of a company that is friendly where you will know everyone by name, with a start-up feel, but big enough to provide you with exposure to interesting, varied and challenging projects. CPMS is a value driven business, committed to developing colleagues and building long term futures. You will receive a competitive salary, a wide range of benefits, including private healthcare, Perkbox and time off for charity work/volunteering. As part of our ED&I programme we value each and everyone’s contribution as this builds our culture and means, if you work for CPMS you will be included, listened to and respected.

About the role:

London, Salary £40,000 – £65,000 (Dependent on experience)

In this role you will work with our key rail client base, with the opportunity to provide the full range commercial support services, from cost planning, procurement, post-contract management through to project closeout, on projects ranging from £250k up to and including £100m+.

You will work as part of our commercial service group, supporting our clients to ensure project cost and contractual compliance is delivered. You may have Assistant Commercial Manager colleagues to supervise/manage.

Responsibilities

  • Proactively supporting our clients programme and project teams to ensure alignment with corporate governance.
  • Monitoring, managing and reporting on all commercial aspects of allocated projects, flagging issues and proposing mitigation actions at the earliest opportunity to Project Manager, Programme Commercial Manager and/or Senior Commercial Manager.
  • Monitoring and recording all site/project-based activities in order to collaboratively influence decision making from a commercial perspective.
  • Attending all progress meetings to actively influence commercial behaviours, delivery and activity.
  • Managing the assessment and valuation of supply chain applications, processing payments and certification in accordance with the contractual terms and conditions.
  • Providing pro-active advice on all project and programme related change, including full capture of revised scope and recommending appropriate action. Production of all necessary documentation for approval in accordance with levels of delegated authority.
  • Identifying and advising on all commercial risk/claim events.
  • Providing ad-hoc management information and analysis to promote informed decision- making.
  • Producing commercial correspondence and contractual notices for issue in accordance with contractual conditions.
  • Undertake and supporting project final account negotiation through to formal closeout in accordance with corporate governance.
  • Supporting demonstration of efficiencies, continual improvement, and commercial industry best practice.
  • Providing support to estimating resources, offering guidance and advice on project scale/scope as required.
  • Full participate in the associated quantitative cost risk assessment (QCRA), value management and value engineering workshops, as required.

Requirements

Must:

  • Have experience of working on rail projects within the UK (This could be from working with or alongside Network Rail, London Underground, hs1, Transport for London/Wales or their supply chain)
  • Have a detailed understanding of industry standard and bespoke forms of railway, infrastructure and construction contracts. (NEC / JCT / ICC)

Preferable:

  • Member of a relevant professional institute.
  • Ability to manage a team of commercial assistants, and graduate level surveyors

Qualifications:

  • Educated to degree standard (or above) in related subject.
  • Associate Member of a relevant professional institute working through to full member status.

Please apply by emailing your CV to careers@cpmsgroup.com

You must have the right to work in the UK.

About the role:

Wales, Salary £55,000 – £65,000 (Dependent on experience)

CPMS is a multi-discipline consultancy, with a growing reputation for safe and efficient delivery within the railway and wider infrastructure sectors.

The company started out providing project management services but has developed market leading multi-discipline capabilities across all key project service groups.

In this role you will be working within the CPMS Consultancy business group to deliver Rail projects, programmes, and portfolios of work with budget ranging from £5m to £100m+

This opportunity will provide Project Management professionals with a structured, supported, and dedicated pathway to both professional chartership and progression on to senior professional positions within the wider industry.

You will have the opportunity to work as part of a high performing team with exposure to both client and contractor facing organisations. As an individual you will be given a personalised PDP tailored to your needs, as well as receiving dedicated mentorship to help you continue to the next stage of development within the Project Management profession.

In joining CPMS you will become part of a company that is friendly where you will know everyone by name, with a start-up feel, but big enough to provide you with exposure to interesting, varied, and challenging projects. CPMS is a value driven business, committed to developing colleagues and building long term futures. You will receive a competitive salary, a wide range of benefits, including private healthcare, Perkbox and time off for charity work/volunteering. As part of our ED&I programme we value each and everyone’s contribution as this builds our culture and means, if you work for CPMS you will be included, listened to, and respected.

Are you a proactive, Project Manager with experience in complex projects within the Rail sector? If so, please apply by emailing your CV to careers@cpmsgroup.com You must have the right to work in the UK.

Requirements:

Must:

  •  ** Rail Industry Experience essential**
  • Relevant experience in project management and successful delivery of major infrastructure projects throughout the project life cycle
  • Team leader experience, capable of motivating a team with excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to produce and maintain a robust project programme (appreciation of Primavera desirable)
  • Knowledge of monitoring and controlling project finances and reporting to Senior Management.
  • A good understanding of Construction Design & Management (CDM) Regulations 2015
  • General knowledge of Health, Safety and Environmental Regulations
Preferable:

  • Member of a relevant professional institute
  • Experience of working within a Client organisation
  • Experience of administering NEC contracts
Qualifications:

  • Educated to degree standard (or above) in related subject.