Lead Risk and Change Engineer
Earthstream has an exciting job offer for a Lead Risk and Change Engineer to join our bold and passionate execution team based in Skellefteå.
We are looking for an experienced risk and change practitioner to join us in our mission to contribute to a greener future. By joining us, you will be a key player in supporting the management and execution of the physical works, and expanding one of the first large scale European battery factories.
About the job
As a Lead Risk and Change Engineer you will be responsible for deploying Our client's's risk management and change management working practices within the Our client's (Downstream) Program. You will lead the implementation of Our client's's change management and risk management processes, systems, tools & templates, and ensure that they are properly used by internal and external project participants in relation to specific contracts and defined scopes of works. Additionally, there will be program monitoring and reporting obligations interfacing with the team's broader risk and change governance, senior and execution management teams.
About the team
You will be an integral part of the Project Controls function which is divided by a number of discrete projects, and work closely with the Program & Project Management, Engineering, Procurement and Business Control teams to achieve better project outcomes as defined by the Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). In particular, you will need to support the project management team by preparing robust risk and change information that will allow for informed management decisions; this will include preparing (and possibly presenting) information for review & approval at our client's established risk and change forums.
Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
* Administering change management practices for an assigned (Downstream) Program scope of works (top-down change management)
* Managing and co-ordinating the program and project change management processes within execution teams
* Supporting the preparation of changes, and potentially presenting changes, at the (Downstream) Program change council and administering the associated change logs
* Supporting the contract management team interface with our suppliers as it relates to changes and risks
* Ensuring that change decisions are fully communicated to the change owners
* Developing the digitalisation, automation, and standardisation of the change process
* Driving risk based thinking in the (Downstream) Program, embedding the project risk process
* Administering the (Downstream) Program Risk Management Process
* Coordinating the systematic management of risk through the risk owners in the delivery teams
* Jointly facilitating monthly risk reviews with the delivery teams
Personal success factors:
The person we are looking for is driven, caring and structured. You thrive by working with others towards common goals. You are used to a high paced work environment, have excellent time management skills, and are able to work proactively and autonomously, as well as being able to work under direct instruction where there is an high degree of prescription to the task.
* BSC/Msc in Engineering/Quantity Surveying, Construction Management or equivalent
* Solid Technical experience in Construction with proven understanding of industry practises.
* Minimum of 5 years' experience in change and risk management
* Excellent communication & presentation skills
* Analytical skills
* Proficient in MS suite, BIM 360, Power Bi, Omega 365 and Power Query or equivalent.
* Passion and enthusiasm for project Execution, Construction and Commercials.
Bonus points for:
* Experience developing and running quantitative risk models (ideally with Palisade @Risk)
* You are a team player, that loves to be in an international environment where good relationships and stakeholder management is key to achieve results.
* You are highly organized and result-driven
* You act proactively and have a can-do attitude that goes beyond expectations.
* Experience developing/using digital tools and enterprise software, not already mentioned above, in a cost control context
Years of experience