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Project Performance Management Officer - F4E/TA/AD6/2024/0273

Core experience in Project Management or Project Control, together with experience in Project Performance Management and strong analytical and communication skills are key traits of the successful candidate

Details

Status
Open
Opening date
Deadline
Agency
  • F4E JU - Fusion For Energy - The European Joint Undertaking For ITER And The Development Of Fusion Energy
Vacancy Type
  • Public
Type of Contract
  • Temporary Staff
Grade
  • AD6
Location(s)
  • Barcelona, Spain

Target audience

As a member of the Project Management Department of 'Fusion for Energy', the PPM Officer will support and report to the PPM Head of Unit (PPM HoU) in his/her accountability to achieve time, cost and performance objectives and coordination of tasks within the PPM Unit. The PPM Officer will also be expected to play an active role in implementing and ensuring daily application of world-class project management processes within F4E.

The successful candidate will perform, amongst other tasks:

As a main (or primary) role:

  • Coordinate other PPM unit team members tasks on project management topics: cost, schedule, risk, and communications plan according to a specific role assigned by the PPM HoU;
  • Enable the PPM HoU in interfacing with Programme Managers (PGMs) and Project Managers (PJMs) on PPM matters according to the needs;
  • Enable the PPM HoU on specific tasks that contribute to the development of the PPM team and the PM services offered;
  • Support the PPM HoU to coordinate best practice sharing within project management community, including feedback and lessons learned, thereby contributing to the promotion and development of an improved project management culture in F4E generally and in particular within the supported project team.

Additional Tasks (depending on the needs of the Unit):

  • Support the Program Manager (PGM) in his/her accountability to achieve time, cost and performance objectives by identifying deviations from project baseline, proposing preventative/corrective actions and by ensuring their follow up;
  • Monitor status, act on deviations, analyse, propose, and drive solutions on:

a/ Cost and Estimate At Completion;

b/ Schedule [e.g. activities, milestones, baselines and critical path];

c/ Work progress;

d/ Risks and opportunities;

e/ PPM actions triggered both internally and externally.

  • Define and coordinate the associated project management status reports: dashboards, KPIs;
  • Support cost, schedule and objectives cascading by ensuring appropriate awareness by all team members;
  • Monthly updates of projects schedules and budget/cost by using F4E tools;
  • Prepare, assess, and follow up of projects changes according to the F4E rules and procedures.

Why we are consulting

Recruitment

Respond to the consultation

If you want to make a difference to the future of sustainable energy and would like to work on a multi‐billion euro first‐of‐a‐kind development project, this job is for you.

As a member of the Project Management Department of 'Fusion for Energy', the PPM Officer will be playing an active role in implementing and ensuring daily application of world-class project management processes within F4E.

Core experience in Project Management or Project Control, together with experience in Project Performance Management and strong analytical and communication skills are key traits of the successful candidate.

Several hundred industrial partners are currently under contract, designing and manufacturing complex (unique/one-off) components, with an annual expenditure in the order of 1 billion € per year. The permanent improvement of an already high quality standard throughout the supply chain is of greatest importance to F4E, both from a nuclear safety regulatory perspective, and to ensure confidence that the gigantic systems will perform to its specifications, making ITER a success.