Reporting Lead

Location London
Discipline: Advisory Services
Job type: Temporary
Salary: £700 - £800 per day
Contact name: Niamh Finnegan

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Job ref: BBBH2128_1709922203
Published: about 1 month ago

Reporting Lead - Construction Infrastructure
Up to £800 a day

We are looking for a Reporting Lead to work on a major infrastructure project in London. You will join a reputable, well established construction consultancy firm and have overall accountability for the development, continuous improvement and management of the projects' reporting framework.

Key responsibilities:

  • Management of the programme reporting lifecycle process, responsible for the production and distribution of high quality, easy to understand programme reports (internal and external)

  • Management, leadership, and development of the Reporting Team.

  • Development and continuous improvement of reporting framework and process.

  • Build awareness throughout project teams of the reporting requirements.

  • Management, update, and communication of the reporting cycle.

  • Provision & management of key reporting portfolio.

  • Production Quarterly Business Review report.

  • Production six-monthly Notable Schemes Deep Dive report.

  • Implement reporting maturity and roadmap to achieve data led reporting (using Power Bi for dashboards/reports)

  • Continually maintain an up-to-date knowledge of the latest reporting tools and technologies and look to apply these where possible.

Success criteria:

  • Clear, concise, and high-quality reports to the Programme, Partners and other stakeholders that encapsulate all necessary project and programme updates, with little requirement for explanation.

  • Fully satisfied major stakeholders and funders as a result of all documents and communications held.

  • Development of a reporting framework to agreed time, cost, and quality

  • Demonstratable improvement in the quality and analytical insight of programme reporting

  • All reports, papers, minutes, and action logs produced to agreed timescales

  • Reduction in the number of outstanding actions in maintained in action logs

  • Provision of an effective and efficient governance and administration service

Required competencies:

  • Proven ability to write coherently, conveying report / investment information in a concise manner

  • Excellent analytical skills, able to understand and articulate large volumes of data

  • Experience in developing and managing programme reporting framework, for a large complex programme

  • Excellent communication, interpersonal skills, and collaborations skills, with the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of stakeholders including report contributors and senior leaders

  • Attention to detail, with effective presentation skills

  • Provision of a high-quality user centric service, with a focus on continuous improvement

  • A strong working knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite of software, including PowerBI

  • Highly organised to be able to handle vast amounts of data and to be able to control live documents.

  • Strong levels of punctuality to be able to adhere to deadlines and make sure that all reports and documents can be published on time.

  • Familiarity with programme management methodologies, tools, and best practices.

  • Understanding of the railway industry

  • MSP Practitioner or equivalent programme management qualification

  • Working knowledge of performance measurement within the public and private sectors

  • Providing governance and secretariat services

  • Leading and managing teams

Aldwych Consulting values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

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