Risk Manager

Location London
Discipline: Risk Management & Project Controls
Job type: Permanent
Salary: £45000 - £65000 per annum
Contact name: Niamh Finnegan

Contact email: niamhfinnegan@aldwychconsulting.com
Job ref: BBBH515_1711122220
Published: about 1 month ago

An international and progressive construction consultancy firm are looking for Risk Managers of all levels to join their amazing Infrastructure team. This unrivalled firm place great emphasis on training and development to ensure great strength and a culture of progression.

You will join a multidisciplinary team and will lead and coordinate effective Risk Management activities to reduce risk exposure and uncertainty whilst ensuring the successful achievement of Risk Management objectives across a program of work.

Responsibilities of the Risk Manager:

  • Organise, scope, and facilitate Risk workshops and support key Risk review meetings within Client and with Client's supply chain to actively control Risk.

  • Define and facilitate the implementation of risk related efficiency's across a Phase/group of contracts and the wider organisation.

  • Monitor Client's supply chain Risk Management activities to ensure that appropriate performance levels are achieved, and that Client's Risk Management standards are met.

  • Liaise with and promote proactive collaboration with other Risk professionals within Client's supply chain and the wider organisation.

  • Manage, maintain and take ownership of the Phase/group of contract risk registers and manage the programme of Risk Management and mitigation activities, ensuring input from accountable Managers and internal and external stakeholders.

  • Support contingency allocation and contingency budget management through monitoring of contingency budget movements, whilst maintaining links between contingency and risk exposure.

  • Manage the interfaces between Risk Management and other delivery processes including Value Management and Engineering, Construction Design Management (CDM) and Contract Management.

  • Provide input to monthly Management Information (MI) reporting and Monthly Business Report (MBR).

  • Undertake self- assessment of procedural compliance and share lessons, best practice within the Risk community.

  • Support Head of Risk in preparation of and/or attendance at meetings to deliver market and strategy insights to Client's Senior Commercial Teams.

Requirements of the Risk Manager:

  • Experience of Risk Management role in large, complex construction or infrastructure projects, preferably with a formal professional Risk qualification.

  • Technical knowledge of programme Risk Management approaches and techniques and modelling capability within large-scale construction or infrastructure projects/commercial projects.

  • Understanding of commercial elements within large, complex projects.

  • Skilled communicator to effectively engage, promote and influence across a large range of internal and external stakeholders, including the Executive.

  • Ability to manage stakeholders and information flow in a matrix environment, and a willingness to work across business areas and provide specialist advice as required.

  • Team leader and staff development skills.

  • Knowledge of public sector policies, processes and procedures and associated political impacts.

Benefits for the Risk Manager:

  • Amazing flexibility and work life balance

  • Industry leading professional team members

  • Fantastic benefits package

  • The opportunity to work on iconic UK infrastructure and transport projects

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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