Senior Project Manager, Facilities & Asset Management

Job Title: Senior Project Manager, Facilities & Asset Management
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Clyde, New South Wales
Salary: Negotiable
Reference: 178876_1510128632
Contact Name: Vanessa Knispel
Contact Email:
Job Published: November 08, 2017 19:10

Job Description

About the Role
Senior Project Manager with a Facilities and Asset Management background, preferably from rail industry to deliver a variety of projects. You will manage projects and deliver outcomes for stakeholders and sponsors in terms of safety, scope, quality, standards, budget, timeframes and customer expectations


  • Manage Fleet Maintenance projects
  • Advise on all aspects of the fleet and facilities projects
  • Develop production development, delivery methods and management and manage budgets
  • Coordinate the projects across all operational objectives
  • Deliver Refurbishment and upgrading project delivery process
  • Strategy development, planning, performance and reporting
  • Project and production schedule management
  • Budget, procurement and contract management
  • Requirements definition, analysis, and realisation
  • Asset measurement planning, programming and performance
  • Integration with other projects that will be updating the fleets at the same time.
  • Delivery of Assets to specified requirements


  • Proven success as a Senior Project Manager
  • A background in Facilities and/or Asset Management of + 5 years
  • Experience in Contract Management and Strategic Procurement processes are essential.
  • Good understanding of Australian standards that are relevant to Rail Facilities Maintenance and Management
  • Experienced across Project initiation, development, integration, scope, time, cost, quality, team, communications, risk, procurement and financial management aspects
  • Have worked in a commercially focussed environment
  • Proven experience in performance specifications and tender documents and the management of contracts
  • Ability to manage multi-disciplinary groups of employees, contractors and consultants
  • Strong relationship and stakeholder engagement skills
  • Ability to share knowledge and provide coaching and mentoring
  • Understanding of strategic asset management
  • Capacity to work within a large complex organisation
  • Prefer understanding of the passenger/ rail industry and/ or building and construction and/ or rail operations
  • Appropriate degree and project management qualifications
  • Require Rail Safety Worker valid card or completed Rail Industry Safety Induction

You will need to have a valid Australian Driving licence as you may be required to travel to different locations

For consideration please APPLY NOW to Vanessa Knispel