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|Job Ref:||118913SMK||Employer:||Morson International||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Glasgow||Address:||Post Code:||G3||Post Date:||20/10/2016 20:19|
Purpose of Role:|
Our Client has an urgent requirement for a Change Manager to manage the configuration of information pertaining to the project. This specifically includes management and control of product and non-product change from proposal through to embodiment. Development and maintenance of local change management practice and policy in accordance with programme frameworks. Implementation of CM tools, processes and practices as articulated in the relevant Change and Configuration Management Plans. Provide guidance, support and training as required by the River Class Programme Team Liaison with internal customers to agree and manage expectations. Support the development of Change Management within the Company
Strong expertise and experience in Configuration Management theory, discipline and execution.
Strong organisational and communication skills.
Able to write readable technical documentation.
Ability to exploit capabilities already available within the business and other domains.
Understanding of data and information relationships and the ability to apply them pragmatically
Ensure that change control outputs are in terms that are clear and logical and that they fulfil the customer requirements
Ensure effective communication both formal and informal across the team and other stakeholder groups
Ability to operate in a large, complex project at engineering management level in a multi-disciplinary, matrix management environment.
Knowledge and experience in use of ship design processes and systems to LCM guidelines
Change Management: Accountability for operation of the change management system. Lead all aspects of work concerning gathering, recording and managing data on the River Class Programme. Identify and, in agreement with the data owners, rectify any anomalies within the data. Ensure that the developing Engineering design is captured at agreed events or dates in the project.
Use of toolsets to manage receipt/approval/rejection of change tasks through the Project Data Management System
Carry out the assignment of change tasks amongst the delivery team, for comment on proposed changes or implementation of approved changes. This will require the identification of which parties the change/potential change effects: Commercial, Technical, Planning (baseline changes), Procurement, and Commissioning.
Provide interface to other disciplines / areas of the business.
Deliver support to staff training and development.
Customer liaison with key stakeholders specifically to ensure that T26 project complies with the relevant audit requirements for each organisation and can generate the required reports and statistics
Liaison with the Naval Ships Quality Assurance organisation, to ensure that the processes described in each of the owned plans are adequately audited and the outcomes acted upon.
Working with the Risk & Change Manager: make a major contribution to a strategic view for change management on the project, specifically to determine an evolution path (e.g. identifying and incorporating IT developments from elsewhere), potential need for/benefit of future upgrades, changes in need of the user community, etc.
Be a member of the change management community, attending meetings and workshops, and understanding actions as necessary.
Local change policy / process guidance
Effective Change Management system
Appropriate control measures to indicate quality of process
Successful quality audits that underline effective implementation
Input to monthly contract status reports, risk and Cost Account reviews.
Broad knowledge of the nature of the work in all phases of the engineering life cycle especially with regard to the achievement of project phase milestones. Understands the relationship between activities in different phases of the engineering lifecycle.
Broad knowledge of how to perform problem definition for the whole system/problem, identifying implicit and explicit boundaries, interfaces, constraints and requirements in own business area. Able to decompose the system/problem into manageable chunks and to assess the implications of proposed changes on technical, operational and commercial aspects of the complete system or project.
Project Engineering Management
You understand project management concepts, principles and techniques and effectively translate them to large and/ or complex projects. You are skilled in ensuring that you and your function contribute effectively throughout the project lifecycle.
Knowledge of how to proactively identify, manage and mitigate product safety issues across the product/service area.
Appreciates the need for a supportability engineering process to sustain the long term viability of the business. Understands that supportability goes beyond basic design, maintenance and operability requirements.
Degree or equivalent.
Qualification from a relevant Configuration Management accreditation organisation (e.g. NDIA, CMII)
To apply for this position, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK and either possess or be able to obtain UK MOD Security Clearance to SC Level.