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Title Performance and Reporting Manager
Ref HE/3465
Directorate Major Projects
Preferred Location Manchester/Birmingham/Leeds
Salary £47,304 - £54,400
Number of Positions 1
Working Pattern Full Time
Closing Date 06 Mar 2017

About Us

Highways England is the new government company charged with driving forward our motorways and major A roads. Building on the successful 21 year heritage of the Highways Agency, we maintain and enhance the most important communications network in the country, the Strategic Roads Network. A network valued at just over £104 billion, which carries approximately one-third of all road traffic in England and nearly two-thirds of all heavy freight traffic.

We are responsible for modernising and maintaining the highways, running the network and keeping traffic moving. Over recent years investment in our highways has increased. This has led to advances in technology, such as smart motorways; enabling traffic to flow better. However even more is planned to be done.

Our vision is to be the world’s leading road operator which means that we need to become a high performing organisation. It's an exciting time to start a Highways England career. With £11 billion to invest in major road improvements over the next 5 years, there’s an opportunity for you to be part of something special.

For further information on Highways England, please visit our website: http://www.highways.gov.uk/highways-england/

Job Description

Highways England are currently recruiting talented Performance and Reporting Manager to be based in our either our Birmingham / Manchester / Leeds office.

Role Purpose:

As Performance and Reporting Manager you will be required to drive a strong performance culture across the Regional Investment Programme (RIP) actively owning and managing its project and programmes.

To advise the Regional Investment Programme (RIP) senior management on Programme Performance; successes, threats, opportunities and issues, and to prompt timely management intervention.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate and engender Highways England values; Safety, Integrity, Passion, Teamwork and Ownership.
  • Own the RIP reporting and review processes.
  • Advise and inform the Programme Director, Head of PMO and SLT on Performance issues
  • Consolidates Management Information from regional teams to ensure one source of the truth reporting for the national RIP Programme
  • Owns the regular RIP monthly reports and ensures they are produced in accordance with the RIP reporting cycle. Ensure consistency of Regional reports.
  • Ensures all proposed reports have been produced in accordance with agreed processes and procedures
  • Manage the process of the Monthly Reporting Cycle for RIP and ensure business alignment with Portfolio Office Capital Portfolio and others.Responsible for the adherence of data lockdown for Primavera P6, Oracle and other reporting source system data
  • Monitor and interrogate programme performance at all levels to identify threats to programme objectives
  • Establish & monitor KPI’s performance
  • Establish and monitor trends as necessary to drive performance
  • Collaborate  with other Project Controls functions to set processes and procedures to allow reporting of  Programme Risk & Opportunities.
  • Work with Planning and Cost functions to develop EVM reporting and progress metrics
  • Co-ordinate reporting requests from portfolio office, capital portfolio management and others, through regional PMO teams and provide consolidated, informed and timely responses
  • Identifying & resolve data quality issues
  • Supports the review and refinement of reporting systems, processes and outputs
  • Contribute to and support in the development and implementation of the Major Projects reporting tool
  • Liaise with the Finance business partners, Regional PMO teams, Portfolio Office and others.

You will have:

  • Ability to Lead and influence Strategically
  • Experience of Owning & Operating Reporting & review frameworks
  • Specialist knowledge eg. EVM, Scheduling, Risks
  • Strong IT skills & knowledge especially Reporting & Dashboard tools
  • Evidence of analytical skills

Highways England aims to provide a modern flexible working environment. We are committed to creating a more diverse workforce, managed in an inclusive and trust based way. Be part of the future of our company. In return, we offer some excellent rewards including 26 days holiday, increasing by 1 day per completed year up to a maximum of 31 day and 8 days public holiday, childcare vouchers and access to a Competitive defined contribution pension scheme.

All applications must be accompanied with a current CV which will be used to assess your suitability for the role. Please ensure all required skills, experience and qualifications as outlined above are clearly demonstrated within your CV.

Please note that Highways England reserve the right to close the advert before the advertised closing date should a sufficient response have been received.  Therefore, please complete your application as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

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