Up to £0.00 per annum
about 1 year ago
There is a requirement for a Risk Analyst to come onto the Crossrail project for at least 5-months in Stratford, East London.
- The role of Risk Analyst will be to carry out quantitative risk assessment (QRA) for both schedule and cost to support all aspects of the Crossrail programme commissioning stages (1-5) and support functions including commercial, finance, cost and planning.
- The Risk Analyst will support the Crossrail head of risk management and risk managers at both Programme and project levels and take ownership of schedule and cost risk analysis.
- The Risk Analyst will produce reports and present the output of schedule and cost risk analysis and the impacts on specific Crossrail programme commissioning stages (1-5).
- Quantitatively analyse the risk exposure of threats, opportunities and issues that could affect the Crossrail programme commissioning stages (1-5).
- Check that risks are regularly reviewed by their owners and that risk information held on ARM is accurate and up to date, including inputting of data as required.
- Quantitatively model identified cost and schedule risks ensuring that Crossrail programme quantitative risk models are robust and auditable.
- Produce quantitative cost analysis of the financial risk exposure to the Crossrail programme Commissioning stages (1-5) based on the outputs of facilitated workshops.
- Produce quantitative schedule scenarios for risk exposure to the Crossrail programme commissioning stages (1-5) based on the outputs of facilitated workshops.
- Produce an integrated assessment of both cost and schedule ensuring the link between both has been reliably assessed.
- Coordinate, facilitate and provide support to industry partners and PDTs around the input of cost and schedule risk.
Skills & Experience Required:
- Numerate qualification to degree level, or equivalent training and experience.
- Risk management experience in a large engineering construction project.
- A good understanding of cost estimating and project planning techniques.
- Experience and practical knowledge of project risk management and quantitative risk assessment techniques.
- Facilitation experience and good understanding of facilitation techniques.
- Experience of conducting schedule and cost risk assessment
- Ability to produce risk models in @Risk and Primavera Risk Analysis (Pertmaster)
- Experience with Active Risk Manager (ARM) or similar risk database.
- Ability to implement risk management processes and develop appropriate risk mitigation strategies.
- Experience in the use of computer software products (including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio and Access).