SENIOR PM (MAN-MANAGER) - AUTOMATED WAREHOUSING
Growing Automation and Materials Handling cmpany with sites across the UK and europe.
Managing a team of 10 people
Effective leadership, interpersonal and communication skills
The ability to command respect and to create a sense of community amongst the members of the project teams
Good knowledge of techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling programmes
Sound business case development and approvals skills
Good understanding of the procurement process including negotiation with third parties
Good knowledge of programme and project management methods including MSP and PRINCE2(or other PM related qualification)
Good knowledge of budgeting and resource allocation procedures „h Sufficient seniority and credibility to advise project teams on their projects in relation to the programme
The ability to find ways of solving or pre-empting problems
The Programme Manager is responsible for the successful co-ordination and delivery of the whole of the projects team work flow and their inter-dependencies.
The programme manager is responsible for the overall integrity and coherence of all project programmes. They will develop and maintain the programme environment to support each individual project within it - often through individual project and site managers
Home based - covers UK
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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