Birmingham, West Midlands
£47000 - £57000 per annum
over 3 years ago
Information Manager - Railway Systems
Permanent staff position based in Birmingham.
Salary negotiable depending on relevant experience + excellent benefits package.
Candidates Must Have the Right to Work in EU.
As an Information Manager, you will support the clients BIM information management, data analysis and data related delivery activities.
About the role:
Single point of contact for all technical information management activities for the routewide contracts (predominantly Railway Systems, Land and Property, Utilities, Ground Investigation) ensuring BIM processes, standards and procedures are adhered to by the Supply Chain.
Assist with the specification and execution planning of Supply Chain information deliverables / data required including but not limited to CAD, GIS and Asset information.
Manage the delivery and exchange of information deliverables / data to and from the Supply Chain including the ensuring supply chain MIDP and MPDT are developed and delivered against.
Identify areas for improvement and feedback into the standards development and operational delivery processes including promoting digital transformation in all areas where efficiency can be gained
Manage and carry out the BIM audit function for the assigned contracts, supporting audits where necessary.
Responsible for raising awareness, education and training of project staff within the routewide area and as necessary, within Supply Chain.
Experience / Knowledge Required
Use of BIM/Information Management/digital data management tools, such as but not limited to ProjectWise, for the management and assurance of information (be that GIS, CAD, BIM or Asset);
UK BIM Level 2 standards, including BS and PAS1192 series
Experience of BIM within an engineering or multi-disciplinary project
Experience of managing technical information in a complex environment
Experience of contributing to change management process, including advising on financial and time impact of change related to BIM, information management or digital data standards and processes.
Apply project management and governance principles to delivery, especially in managing dependencies between deliverables often from different Suppliers;