NEW PORT PROJECT MANAGER – FALKLAND ISLANDS GOVERNMENT.
Salary: £57,426 to £71,782 (Inclusive of gratuity & starting salary, dependent on qualifications & experience),
Looking for a new adventure and a PROFESSIONAL challenge? We have the job for you!
These are exciting times for the Falkland Islands, with the delivery of the ambitious aims of the Islands Plan. Suitable port facilities are an essential enabler for the economy, with approximately 95% of goods imported to the Falkland Islands shipped by sea. The Falkland Islands Government took a significant decision to award a contract to design and build a new port for the Falkland Islands in 2020, and has recently started the Detailed Design stage for the project. FIG is seeking a Port Project Manager, to deliver this major national infrastructure project.
Based in the Falkland Islands, and reporting to the Port Senior Project Manager, the role will be challenging and fast-paced. You will take responsibility for project managing delivery of identified project workstreams and governance of the new port development project. This will include project management of workstreams relating to the design and build contract, FIG directly delivered workstreams, and management of internal and external multi-disciplinary professional and construction project teams. You will also provide support to the Senior Project Manager in all aspects of project and financial management and in reporting to the Project Board; ensuring successful stakeholder engagement and collaboration, governance and delivery within the agreed budget, time and quality parameters.
You will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in a relevant subject, (or other evidence of working in a role at a similar level) and a relevant project/programme management qualification such as Prince 2, APM qualification, PMI and/or Managing Successful Programmes (MSP).
You will have at least 6 years’ experience of delivering large and complex projects of high value and profile, on time and within budget. You will also have demonstrable experience in the successful application of project management methodologies.
You will have strong communication skills, including the ability to deliver effective presentations, write meaningful reports and engage pro-actively and constructively with diverse audiences and to communicate confidently with all levels of stakeholders.
Experience and knowledge of managing large civil engineering infrastructure projects and using the NEC suite of contracts would be beneficial.
- Fixed Term Contract of up to 4 years
Salary (inclusive of eligibility for 25% taxable gratuity) c£53K - c£71K per annum (dependent upon qualifications and experience)
41 days paid annual leave (inclusive of 11 government and public holidays).
Relocation Allowance, to help with moving costs.
Flights Package for you and any dependents accompanying you to post.
Government Housing for rent and a starter pack to help you settle in.
Applicants seeking secondment or interchange opportunities are welcome to apply.
Please note, successful applicants with Falkland Islands Status/Permanent Resident Permits will be employed on local terms and conditions.
HOW TO APPLY
If you have the drive and ambition to be successful in this challenging role, and wish to share our ambition for the future of the Falkland Islands and the people we serve, then we certainly want to hear from you.
For more information and to apply online to join our team in a unique and breath-taking location, with penguins, dolphins and the wilderness just next door to your office, please visit our recruitment website: www.jobs.gov.fk.
Applications close at 23.00 UK time on 19 December 2021.
If you have any questions about working for the Falkland Islands Government or would like further information about the role or applying, you can find contact details at the above link.
THE WORKING ENVIRONMENT
FALKLAND ISLANDS GOVERNMENT (FIG)
The Falkland Islands is a British Overseas Territory, with full internal self-government.
As the largest employer in the Falkland Islands, we offer many unique and fulfilling job opportunities, across the full spectrum of public services. Our responsibilities include those typically managed by central government – taxation, legislation and policy, as well as those usually managed on a local level such as town planning, health and social services, and education. FIG also provides services specific to the needs of the Falkland Islands, such as fisheries research, power generation and the Government Air Service, FIGAS.
For more information about working for Falkland Islands Government, take a look at our recruitment microsite: www.jobs.gov.fk
THE FALKLAND ISLANDS
Set in the South Atlantic Ocean, around 400 miles east of South America and 8000 miles south-west of the UK, the Falkland Islands are a small, thriving community with a British way of life, benefiting from good local services, a varied social calendar and an absence of traffic jams!
For those with a sense of adventure, it provides opportunities which are hard to match anywhere else in the world.