Project Information manager

Airswift


Job description

Project Information Manager

Type  – Contract / Freelance / Ltd co 

Duration – 6 Months

Location – Manchester 

Client – Global EPC Company 

The Project Information Manager works as a member of the Project Management Team to promote optimized project delivery through its lifecycle. As an active and visible promoter of the use of integrated, cost-effective and appropriate technology in order to facilitate core business practices, the Project Information manager provides effective communication of accurate data, documents and information within a project environment utilizing specified applications, systems technology and tools, to deliver life cycle information in accordance with Customer requirements.

The Project Information Manager (PIM) holds ultimate responsibility for implementing project systems and championing the project Information Management strategy, including implementation planning, delivery, management and support to ensure project and customer requirements are met. Additionally, PIMs are expected to be active participants in the Sales process, identifying digital scope and recommending system deployments that are fit-for-purpose.

This responsibility extends to coordination and integration where required of Project Delivery Systems across all functions and disciplines, such as:

  • Engineering Systems:
    • Computer Aided Design (CAD) Systems
    • Project Delivery Systems
  • Project Systems:
    • Construction Management Systems
    • Project Control Systems (Estimating, Planning, Cost Control, Progressing)
    • Procurement Systems etc.
  • Document Management Systems
  • Information Management Systems (data integration, warehousing and handover)
  • Third Party hosted systems, information technology Systems and other enterprise systems including iM Infrastructure.

Based on project size and complexity, the Project Information Manager stewards and participates in the following activities, but may not actually perform the work.

  • Establishing the Project Information Management Plan.
  • Establishing project data ownership by discipline and ensuring that all data is populated and maintained throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Being the project focal-point for data-centric execution.
  • Deploying an Agile method for systems setup and maintenance, including customizations implemented mid-project, and reporting progress against these requirements.
  • Developing and managing system workflows for multi-office execution.
  • Establishing methods for data governance and the protection of confidential information.
  • Facilitating the purchase and/or deployment of software as requested by the Client.
  • Working with the project management team to identify relevant stakeholders (e.g. customer, partners, contractors, functions, disciplines) and ensure their appropriate input to key Project Delivery Systems and Information Management documents.
  • Ensuring the whole project team understands, supports and adheres to the Project Information Management strategy and procedures.
  • Defining specific systems Implementation Plans, Scope of Work, cost and schedule estimates for all Project Delivery Systems and Information Management related activities.
  • Identification of systems training requirements and coordinating delivery of same.
  • Developing and maintaining project-specific systems work practice documentation.
  • Ensuring cross-contractor alignment of work processes and systems.
  • Ensuring effective systems interfaces and optimized work processes.
  • Implementing and enforcing common standards and work practices that facilitate multi-office/company project execution (work-sharing) and electronic data interchange, such as:
    • Project Numbering Systems
    • Plant Breakdown Structure
    • Systems-based workflows
  • Defining, implementing and managing data and document storage, database replication and data and document backup requirements to meet the project’s disaster recovery requirements, in conjunction with the IT Group.
  • Defining and enforcing processes that ensure appropriate access controls over electronic project documents and data, including project document and data repositories, websites and project file servers.
  • Managing of Project collaboration and file sharing facilities.
  • Managing of software or technology licensing limitations with respect to export controls or third-party access to WorleyParsons systems.
  • Building a competent project team for data coordination, systems support and development.
  • Managing the system specialists within the project team.
  • Coordination of systems support and escalated issues resolution, including interfacing with:
    • Project Systems and Engineering Systems groups
    • IT Group for IT Systems and networking/infrastructure delivery and support
    • Software suppliers for support/consultancy, where necessary
    • Customer or third-parties for systems interface issues resolution
  • Ensuring compliance with contractually required deliverables and formats.
  • Facilitation of project systems and information management closeout activities. Working with Project Management to evaluate and develop the project’s electronic/hard copy archival and data handover procedures.
  • Working directly with customer and project team; identify the Project Delivery Systems, Operating Systems (Digital Twin) and Information Management requirements to meet customer and project expectations; working with relevant functional managers to select and optimize systems and work processes to deliver to these requirements in accordance with contractual requirements.
  • During facility planning stages; creating cost and return options for digitalization options
  • Coordinating setup and implementation of project delivery and operation systems in-line with project schedule.
  • Coordinating input from systems support specialists during setup
  • Ensuring key project participants have timely access to relevant information to facilitate high quality, low cost and shortest schedule project delivery.
  • Identifying the Project’s information, data, hardware, network and system needs
  • Educating the team in the Information Management requirements and the benefits to be gained
  • Influencing project execution strategy to take advantage of the preferred systems and software tools

Responsibilities and Key Accountabilities:

The Project Information Manager works as a member of the Project Management Team to promote optimized project delivery through its lifecycle. As an active and visible promoter of the use of integrated, cost-effective and appropriate technology in order to facilitate core business practices, the Project Information manager provides effective communication of accurate data, documents and information within a project environment utilizing specified applications, systems technology and tools, to deliver life cycle information in accordance with Customer requirements.

The Project Information Manager (PIM) holds ultimate responsibility for implementing project systems and championing the project Information Management strategy, including implementation planning, delivery, management and support to ensure project and customer requirements are met. Additionally, PIMs are expected to be active participants in the Sales process, identifying digital scope and recommending system deployments that are fit-for-purpose.

This responsibility extends to coordination and integration where required of Project Delivery Systems across all functions and disciplines, such as:

  • Engineering Systems:
    • Computer Aided Design (CAD) Systems
    • Project Delivery Systems
  • Project Systems:
    • Construction Management Systems
    • Project Control Systems (Estimating, Planning, Cost Control, Progressing)
    • Procurement Systems etc.
  • Document Management Systems
  • Information Management Systems (data integration, warehousing and handover)
  • Third Party hosted systems, information technology Systems and other enterprise systems including iM Infrastructure.

Summary on Airswift:
Airswift is an international workforce solutions provider within the energy, process and infrastructure industries. Airswift serves as a strategic partner to our clients, offering a turnkey workforce solution to capture and deliver the top talent needed to complete successful projects by aligning with the unique needs of our clients. With over 800 employees and 6,000 contractors operating in over 50 countries, our geographical reach and pool of talent available is unmatched in the industry and the level of experience, exposure and expertise that the organization has is unparalleled.
If you would like to be considered for this role and would like further details please apply now!

 

Based on project size and complexity, the Project Information Manager stewards and participates in the following activities, but may not actually perform the work.

  • Establishing the Project Information Management Plan.
  • Establishing project data ownership by discipline and ensuring that all data is populated and maintained throughout the project lifecycle.
  • Being the project focal-point for data-centric execution.
  • Deploying an Agile method for systems setup and maintenance, including customizations implemented mid-project, and reporting progress against these requirements.
  • Developing and managing system workflows for multi-office execution.
  • Establishing methods for data governance and the protection of confidential information.
  • Facilitating the purchase and/or deployment of software as requested by the Client.
  • Working with the project management team to identify relevant stakeholders (e.g. customer, partners, contractors, functions, disciplines) and ensure their appropriate input to key Project Delivery Systems and Information Management documents.
  • Ensuring the whole project team understands, supports and adheres to the Project Information Management strategy and procedures.
  • Defining specific systems Implementation Plans, Scope of Work, cost and schedule estimates for all Project Delivery Systems and Information Management related activities.
  • Identification of systems training requirements and coordinating delivery of same.
  • Developing and maintaining project-specific systems work practice documentation.
  • Ensuring cross-contractor alignment of work processes and systems.
  • Ensuring effective systems interfaces and optimized work processes.
  • Implementing and enforcing common standards and work practices that facilitate multi-office/company project execution (work-sharing) and electronic data interchange, such as:
    • Project Numbering Systems
    • Plant Breakdown Structure
    • Systems-based workflows
  • Defining, implementing and managing data and document storage, database replication and data and document backup requirements to meet the project’s disaster recovery requirements, in conjunction with the IT Group.
  • Defining and enforcing processes that ensure appropriate access controls over electronic project documents and data, including project document and data repositories, websites and project file servers.
  • Managing of Project collaboration and file sharing facilities.
  • Managing of software or technology licensing limitations with respect to export controls or third-party access to WorleyParsons systems.
  • Building a competent project team for data coordination, systems support and development.
  • Managing the system specialists within the project team.
  • Coordination of systems support and escalated issues resolution, including interfacing with:
    • Project Systems and Engineering Systems groups
    • IT Group for IT Systems and networking/infrastructure delivery and support
    • Software suppliers for support/consultancy, where necessary
    • Customer or third-parties for systems interface issues resolution
  • Ensuring compliance with contractually required deliverables and formats.
  • Facilitation of project systems and information management closeout activities. Working with Project Management to evaluate and develop the project’s electronic/hard copy archival and data handover procedures.
  • Working directly with customer and project team; identify the Project Delivery Systems, Operating Systems (Digital Twin) and Information Management requirements to meet customer and project expectations; working with relevant functional managers to select and optimize systems and work processes to deliver to these requirements in accordance with contractual requirements.
  • During facility planning stages; creating cost and return options for digitalization options
  • Coordinating setup and implementation of project delivery and operation systems in-line with project schedule.
  • Coordinating input from systems support specialists during setup
  • Ensuring key project participants have timely access to relevant information to facilitate high quality, low cost and shortest schedule project delivery.
  • Identifying the Project’s information, data, hardware, network and system needs
  • Educating the team in the Information Management requirements and the benefits to be gained
  • Influencing project execution strategy to take advantage of the preferred systems and software tools

Knowledge / Experience / Competencies Required

Core Competencies:

  • An understanding of data handover requirements typically associated with capital projects, and an ability to translate these as they apply to engineering and design systems
  • Strong knowledge of the Engineering / Procurement / Construction / Management (EPCM) project execution process and an understanding of how systems fit within the context of this process
  • Experience in Project Systems Management, Project Data Management, and Project Document Management within a project environment is required
  • Strong knowledge of methods for data-centric execution
  • Familiarity with Agile work practices and Scrum methodology
  • Knowledge of data modelling (Class Library) and industry standard data handover specifications (eg. CFIHOS, BIM)
  • Broad working knowledge of systems related to the design, construction, and operation of energy-related capital projects, including engineering design systems, data and document management systems, and project systems (estimating, project controls, procurement, construction, commissioning systems and information technology) with specific expertise in one or more of these disciplines.

Industry Specific Experience:

  • A minimum of 5 years of experience within the EPCM or the E&P (Exploration and Production) industries, in a relevant role and with strong project execution experience, is required.

Education – Qualifications, Accreditation, Training:

  • Degree or Diploma in Engineering, Computer Science of Business is preferred

IT Skills:

  • Have strong skills with PC hardware, Windows OS, MS Office 2010 or newer, and be able to operate in a networked environment

 

 

 

 

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