Programme Manager

Posted 27 June 2024
Job type Temporary

Job description

Job Title: Level 8 Programme Manager
Employer: DFP Recruitment client
Position Type: 3-12 month Casual Temporary Contract
Pay Rate: Competitive
Location: Perth, WA 6000
Role Overview: This role involves engaging stakeholders to meet their needs throughout projects, defining clear scopes, planning meticulously, managing budgets, overseeing design evolution, and ensuring successful construction delivery. It also entails leading a team of 6-8 members, providing guidance, and ensuring transparent project reporting.
Key Responsibilities;
  • Engaging stakeholders to ensure their needs and expectations are understood and met throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Defining the project scope clearly and comprehensively to establish project boundaries and deliverables.
  • Planning the project meticulously, including scheduling, resource allocation, and risk management.
  • Overseeing the design evolution to ensure that project designs align with objectives and stakeholder requirements.
  • Managing the project budget to ensure financial resources are utilized efficiently and effectively.
  • Taking overall responsibility for the project during construction delivery, ensuring that all aspects are executed according to plan.
  • Procuring service delivery by selecting and managing vendors and contractors to achieve project goals.
  • Handling all internal and external project reporting to provide transparent updates on progress, issues, and outcomes.
  • Managing a team of 6-8 people, providing leadership, guidance, and support to achieve project objectives.
Essential to be successful in this role;
  • Experience in development management roles, particularly within government, demonstrating a strong understanding of governmental processes and regulations.
  • Exceptional written and verbal communication skills, capable of effectively conveying complex information to diverse stakeholders.
  • Proven ability to manage and lead teams, with a track record of successfully overseeing projects and achieving objectives.
  • Previous experience in stakeholder engagement, adept at building and maintaining relationships with stakeholders to ensure project alignment and success.
  • Possession of a current valid National Police Check (NPC) or the capability to obtain one, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.
How to apply: If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume. If you have any questions regarding the role which is not listed, please contact Taylor Robinson at 

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