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Our New York team is growing! We are seeking a Risk Manager to support our aviation clients in the NYC Metro Area. This role leads the risk management function and champions the supporting documentation and processes. The risk manager will work with the director of Project Management and the business to develop and document best practices, as well as provide a culture of continuous improvement. The role is based at our NY Office or client office location during program preconstruction stages but is anticipated to be located at John F Kennedy International Airport and reports to the Construction Program Director (CPD).
This is a part-time position with Faithful+Gould that comes with the opportunity to prove your true potential, provide expert services on world class projects, collaborate, and grow with professional services experts, and
receive an attractive compensation package with robust benefits.
Faithful+Gould is a world leader in integrated project and program management consulting. We provide expert and professional management consulting services on a wide range of interesting and iconic projects with many
high-profile clients across key business sectors and industries that include several Fortune 100 companies and notable Federal/State/City government agencies. Faithful+Gould ranked #9 largest Construction Management
Company and #7 Program Management Company by Engineering News Record (ENR). Faithful+Gould was established in the U.K. in 1947, with its first USA office opening in 1992. We embody Constructive Expertise -
It's in our DNA!How will you contribute to the team?
What will you contribute?
- Lead risk management function throughout the project lifecycle.
- Core duties will include - Expand, implement, and enforce risk management processes and protocols for the program.
- Manage and evaluate overall program risk and mitigations.
- Collaborate with and support CPD functions regarding risk management processes as needed. Work with discipline/subject matter experts to develop/refine/evolve project risks.
- Coordinate with stakeholders to achieve consistency in implementation of risk management and its supporting processes.
- Manage and integrate CPD risk management processes with overall enterprise risk management.
- Develops and implements plans specifically focused on improving the understanding of risk management to ensure continuous improvement and establish a risk management culture.
- Assist in reporting out to program stakeholders regarding program risk and mitigations.
- Compile and review all project information necessary to perform the risk assessments. This information shall include (but is not limited to) engineering design drawings and reports, basis of estimate/s, basis of schedule/project schedule and similar/applicable project documentation.
- Coordinate with project managers to schedule and facilitate risk assessment workshop(s).
- Perform risk assessment modelling efforts and prepare reports to document risk assessment findings aligned with project risk management procedures.
- PMI Risk Management Professional (PMI-RMP) certification is desirable.
- Minimum 7 years of related experience, at least 3 of these in project management.
- At least five-years' experience in performing project risk assessments, including conducting risk assessment workshops / developing risk registers, performing risk assessment analyses, and preparing risk assessment reports.
- An in-depth understanding of project risk management and project management principles.
- Must have ability to work without supervision without day-to-day supervision, while maintaining a focus on achieving risk management objectives.
- Experience with Oracle Primavera P6 and Microsoft Office Suite.
- Experience with risk management applications such as Palisade @Risk and Oracle Primavera Risk Analysis.
- Must have previous experience on large scale construction programs. Experience with aviation projects and/or programs within the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey's jurisdiction is highly preferred.
- Must be highly articulate, have clear and analytical approach to problem solving, and strong decision-making abilities.
- Must have excellent communication and presentation skills.
- Must have strong leadership skills including the ability to influence teams of people that are not direct reports while promoting team spirit.
$150,000.00 - $225,000.00USDWhat we offer at Faithful+Gould:
If this sounds like you and you would like to expand your career with us, apply today!
- Paid Time Off (PTO) and holidays.
- Group Insurance.
- Strong team of expert, professional peers to mentor and grow with.
- Opportunity to work on projects of various sizes and levels of complexity for globally renowned
- Retirement Savings Plan with employer match.
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP).
- Learning and development programs, training, career opportunities and a tuition reimbursement program.
At every stage, we have the right support and training to help you learn and acquire what you need to succeed. We seek results-oriented problem solvers, creative thinkers, and performance-driven professionals who are ready to work on exciting projects and rewarding opportunities as a part of their exceptional career.Faithful+Gould is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer
committed to diversity in the workplace. EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability.
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Domiciled in the premier hospitality and leisure hub of Qetaifan Island North (QIN), Doha, Qatar, Aquatar is a world-class fully themed waterpark and the island's main attraction. Conceptualized on the theme of abandoned oil rigs in the desert, the ultra-modern waterpark boasts of around 70 assets, including 36 rides and attractions, 7 restaurants/F&Bs and an impressive 85m high icon tower ride. What did our team in India deliver?Atkins in India, also referred to as the Global Technology Centre, within the organization was profoundly involved in the designing of this themed waterpark. Our multi-disciplinary team witnessed a striking collaboration amongst the disciplines of Architecture, Landscape, Structures, MEP, Utilities, Civils, MEPICA, to deliver the scheme, detailed tender and issued for construction (IFC) stage successfully, starting from 2018 through 2020. Overcoming hurdles, virtuallySince the IFC phase for the project started during the lockdown in March 2020, delivering a project of this scale and capability required unmatchable collaboration and effortless coordination across this 85-member team based in various global offices, with the majority being in India. The project had many building typologies spread across the area, comprising of reinforced concrete (RC), steel and timber structures. The incorporation of the requirements put forth by our multiple specialist consultants was another stumbling block for the team to deal with. "Working with the teams in India, over the past 12 months have been a revelation, but never more so than during the recent lockdown. The multi-disciplinary team in India, with whom we had worked so closely, often went above and beyond to deliver the final stage of what is a hugely complex project, whilst we were mobilizing to work remotely," added John Allen, UK Project ManagerValue additions we created for our clients and the society The proactiveness in using technology at every level to drive better and sustainable results enabled the team to ultimately render premium services to our clients. The successful delivery of this project entailed some pivotal value additions. Here's a look at them: •Using the right digital tools, effectively.•Automating repetitive tasks using state of the art applications.•Reducing manual paper-based reviews, especially during remote working.•Adopting a one-team approach to enhance collaboration amongst our teams, stakeholders, and clients. If you too wish to be a part of our global teams, click here to explore opportunities to work with us.
Project managers are vital members of the team on a construction project and are at the heart of every development they work on.They play an essential role in communication between the client and their team, all while making sure the project is completed on time and on budget - a challenging but immensely rewarding job!We heard from Deema, who works as a Project Manager in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Here's her take on what it's like to work as a project manager at Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group:Tell us a bit about yourself‘My name is Deema Nimatallah, Project Manager at Faithful+Gould. I have a bachelor's degree in Architecture and Design from Effat University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. I have always had a passion for the construction, entertainment, and housing industries. I am a risk-taker and I work well under pressure regardless of the task at hand.'What inspired you to become a Project Manager?‘I was inspired to become a Project Manager because I always enjoyed taking pictures of unique buildings and finding out how they were built. When I saw a building, I would think, "Who designed this remarkable project, what was the idea behind it, and how can I become a part of this industry?" After completing my studies in Architecture and Design, this was something I was able to manifest through my work at Faithful+Gould.'Encouraging people to pursue their passions is extremely important to us. We want our people to enjoy their jobs, feel challenged and ultimately know that they are progressing on their chosen career path - it's one of the main reasons why people choose to join us!What's the best project you've worked on and why?‘One of my favourite projects is Al Balad, which is the "Historic District" in Jeddah, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Although the project duration was short, it is one of my preferred projects with Faithful+Gould since it is located in my hometown. I learned a lot about infrastructure design, project management, and how to handle historical sites in different situations. The most interesting part was visiting Al Balad, whenever we had a client meeting, and learning more about the project's renovation and the massive changes that will enrich this place and make it a focal tourism point.'Jeddah's Al Balad is famous for its uniquely designed houses which are built using coral from deep in the Red Sea, with colourful rawasheen balconies, or mashrabiyas. Across the Middle East, we're known at SNC-Lavalin for our expertise in developing modern and unique structures, whilst preserving or incorporating the region's unique heritage and traditions.What is a typical day like in your role as a Project Manager?‘My typical day starts with three cups of coffee, having a quick chat with my boss, then going to meetings and working on assignments. Once I look at the clock, it is already about time to go home! As part of my role, I develop key project documents such as the 120 Days Deliverable Plan, which outlines the project deliverables and delivery dates, and the project management plan. It's one of the most complex documents as it involves a large number of team members.'What's the best thing about being a Project Manager?‘The best thing about being a Project Manager is understanding the fundamentals of your job and the responsibilities you have. Being confident and having high-quality standards is also an important aspect of being able to do your work well. Moreover, it is key to network with individuals in the same field to learn new skills and expand your knowledge.'At SNC-Lavalin, we encourage teams across our business to network, collaborate and share skills and knowledge because we know it helps our people to grow and develop.What is the most challenging thing about your job?‘The most challenging thing about my job is managing deliverables with the team and the clients. Time management is absolutely critical, and I have to remind the team about our deadlines which can sometimes be stressful for them, but unfortunately, that is part of my job.'Balancing multiple responsibilities in the role of a project manager can be challenging but ultimately it is very rewarding. If you're just starting out a career as a project manager, we've put together 4 project management principles to apply in your next construction project to get you started.What advice would you give to other females who want to become Project Managers in Saudi Arabia?‘One piece of advice I would give to females who want to become project managers is to be confident and speak up when they witness something wrong that needs flagging. Always have a positive mindset and be patient.'This is great advice from Deema. The construction industry is going through a period of change as it becomes increasingly diverse, so speaking up when things aren't right is vital for learning lessons along the way.How do you think we can encourage more girls to study Architecture?‘Architecture is a wonderful field; however, it really depends on each person's interests. Following the Saudi 2030 Vision, people are more aware of ongoing projects and the demand for female engineers in the construction industry. This aligns with the national agenda because these females will not only leave a fingerprint on these projects but also be serving their country.'Deema is absolutely spot on, and at SNC-Lavalin, we know that females working in construction are helping the Middle East build bigger and better, so we'll continue to support them to do so.Project management careers at SNC-LavalinHave you been inspired by Deema's story? We have several project management opportunities available. If you want to be part of a team that is responsible for the safe and successful delivery of effective projects, find out more about project management jobs at SNC-Lavalin, or browse our available project management jobs in the Middle East today.
Deema's experience of working as a project manager in Saudi Arabia
The role of a project manager is vital on a construction project.Projectmanagers are responsible for delivering success by supervising the planningand execution of a scheme, aiming to stay on time, within budget, and tothe specified quality standards, whilst continuously keeping an opendialogue with clients.At SNC-Lavalin, and within our brands Atkins and Faithful+Gould, we havebeen designing, managing, and delivering some of the most complex projectsaround the world for over a century. In Singapore, we have a strongpresence, and a growing number of project management opportunitiesavailable within our Faithful+Gouldbusiness. As integrated project and programme management experts, wesupport clients with the management of varying construction projects on theisland. If you're looking for a new project management career in Singapore, here are our top tips to progress:Be dynamicSingapore is a thriving global financial hub and is known for its cleanstreets and contemporary attitude. To succeed as a project manager inSingapore, you'll need to be dynamic and energetic to motivate your teamsto continue enhancing Singapore's unique charm.Singapore is an exciting place to work as a project manager. It boasts anoptimistic approach towards sustainability and digitalisation. Although theconstruction industry has yet to bounce back to pre-pandemic levels,several major public sector projects are expected to stimulate growthand recovery in the coming years. In fact, the Building and ConstructionAuthority (BCA) that estimateprojected demand from 2023 to 2026 will be between $25 billion and $32 billiona year. Part of this will involve harnessing technological opportunitiesand using digital to deliver more efficient and sustainable development.Be passionateAs a project manager, you'll oversee the most important aspects of a project,from start to finish, and you'll also be responsible for fostering positiveworking relations with key stakeholders. Showing passion for your role andthe project you're working on is a great way to motivate the people aroundyou, and it's a key characteristic shown in a good project manager. Youmay, for example, be focused on deliveringsustainable project management, applying problem-solving to some of our more pressing challenges orhelping to create a better environment for the species that live within it.Our Project Managers are passionate about establishing sustainablesolutions in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region, and delivering value for notonly our clients, but society too, whilst also creating a positive employeeexperience.Be agile and organisedBeing agile in the face of change is an important attribute of a successfulproject manager and time management and cost forecasting are key.Inevitably, circumstances may change during the lifecycle of a constructionproject, so you'll need to be organised and able to think on your feet.This could be due to unpredictable or extreme weather patterns, personnelchanges, or unprecedented global issues like the COVID-19 outbreak. Back inMarch 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic, project managers were requiredto show agility and were driven to navigate challenges when projects werepaused, supply chains halted, and social distancing and furlough schemes were enforced.Climate change can also cause a real threat to the successful delivery ofconstruction projects. Unpredictable weather events can endanger time andbudget management as we are seeing increased rainfall, especially, in theAPAC region. Project managers in Singapore must therefore allow forcontingencies related to weather in their planning to avoid costlyproblems.Be sustainableWithin the SNC-Lavalin Group, we promote sustainability in all that we do,incorporating environmentally responsible processes to ensure we leave apositive legacy on the planet. Our project managers ensure teams ofengineers, architects and labourers use sustainable methods becauseultimately, they genuinely want to ensure our planet is a safe place forfuture generations to enjoy.SNC-Lavalin has been contributing to economic, social, and environmentaldevelopment to improve life for Asia's communities since 1964. Singapore isone of the most sustainable and green cities in Asia and, we are proud ofour project managers at Atkins who want to preserve this title.Kick-off your project management career at SNC-Lavalin in SingaporeBy bringing your project management career to SNC-Lavalin, you'll have theopportunity to work on some of the most interesting, challenging, andrewarding projects. In 2020, for example, the team at Faithful+Gouldsecured a two-year contract extension to continue to project manage theFORMULA 1® Singapore Grand Prix, following the successful delivery of the 2019 event.Are you considering a career in project management, and hoping to make areal difference in the world? We're looking for dedicated project managersin Singapore to help us face some of the greatest challenges, and we haveendless opportunities waiting for you.We offer more than just a job; we can offer an exciting change ofprofessional lifestyle and career development. Browse ouravailable project management jobstoday and if you can't find a role that quite suits you,sign up for our job alertsso you'll never miss an opportunity.
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Unprecedented events such as the COVID-19 pandemic and the effects ofclimate change have caused delays and constraints on the construction ofinfrastructure projects all over the world. However, by being agile,managing expectations and identifying viable solutions to challenges,strategic project managers have set themselves apart from the rest to leadthe delivery of complex projects.At SNC-Lavalin and within our brands Atkins and Faithful+Gould, we design,deliver and operate some of the most complex projects across the world forclients in transportation, water, power & renewables, nuclear, defense,industrial & mining, and more. Our people provide strategic projectmanagement, dedicated to engineering a better future for our planet and itspeople, creatingsustainable project managementsolutions that connect people, data and technology.What does strategic project management involve?Project managers are vital members of multidisciplinary teams, and theirobjective is to strategically plan and manage projects, from design toconstruction, to ensure they are completed on time, on budget and of thehighest quality. To do this, they are expected to have experience withcontracts (such as NEC and/or JCT) and established knowledge andunderstanding of component parts of a project and overall managementtechniques. This enables them to provide effective reviews of contractdocuments and familiarity with contractual obligations, breaches, andremedies.By liaising with a variety of stakeholders including engineers, projectcoordinators, procurement professionals, clients, and subcontractors,project managers learn how to communicate with parties, both onstraightforward projects and more challenging ones. It is essential forproject managers to have a comprehensive understanding of a client'sobjectives, the project scope, details and application of governancestructure and processes. In this respect, strategic project managers willachieve success and win repeat business.Experienced project managers add valueand carry a great deal of responsibility for the team, but anessential aspect is recognizing everyone's contributions and encouragingthem to collaborate to deliver the best possible results. Being successfulin this role, therefore, involves being an ambassador for your profession andmentoring those in their early careers, so it's important to have theability to form effective working relationships with colleagues andclients.What does it take to be a strategic project manager?Project management involves the ability to make difficult decisions,sometimes under time limitations and within complicated circumstances - one of the essential skills in today's business landscape.However, to be viewed as a strategic thinker,Harvard Business Reviewsuggests demonstrating your knowledge to execute new ideas which will showthat your understanding exceeds the base level requirements. To be astrategic project manager, you must therefore work to improve efficiencieson projects, implementing new initiatives to save time, money, and preventwaste.To be successful, particularly in an engineering project management job, you will need a comprehensiveunderstanding of and competence in making decisions in various areas. Thisincludes, but is not limited to, commercial accountability, qualityassurance, environmental management, technical and legal matters, andhealth and safety, applicable to the business and wider constructionindustry. Stakeholder engagement is also a key skill that you will developthroughout your career in project management.What does career development look like?Strategic project management is a rewarding career choice for those whoenjoy being organized, planning for the future and making industry-definingdecisions. With no two projects or teams the same, you'll always belearning something new, expanding your skillset and working with differentstakeholders to discover the best possible outcomes.You'll need a bachelor's degree to gain an entry-level project managementjob and following this, you could start as a project coordinator, forexample. In this role, you would be responsible for the coordination ofengineering and construction work, constantly communicating with allproject team members and identifying, planning, and implementing variousscopes of work. This will enable you to develop the experience that canlead you to become a junior project manager and then on to a projectmanager.Career development in project management is fulfilling and you can navigatewhich direction you want to go in.Andrew, for example, was keen on taking on a more active, challenging andengaging role, so he made a career change from quantity surveying toproject management to upskill and stay sharp.Start climbing the career ladder and find your next opportunity with usIf you're interested in pursuing a career with a varied workload, plenty ofprogression opportunities and where you actively use your strategicthinking skills, project management could be for you.We create opportunities for the most innovative and bright minds. Our trackrecord puts us in a strong position to be involved in some of the mostexciting and challenging projects, which provides great opportunities forour people to learn on the job. Surround yourself with recognized experts,never stop learning and drive your career forward at SNC-Lavalin. If youare looking for the next step in your career, browse our availableproject management rolestoday.
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