Risk, Opportunities and Change Manager
EDF EPR Engineering UK (EPR-E) is a subsidiary of Edvance, which is a joint venture between EDF and Framatome, established in 2018 in charge of the design and the realisation of nuclear islands for new projects in France and worldwide.
In particular, EPR-E is responsible for the design and construction of the nuclear island for Hinkley Point C (HPC) project and preparing the design replication and engineering activities for the Sizewell C (SZC) Project.
For the SZC project, we are currently looking to recruit for the role of Risk, Opportunities and Change Manager
On behalf of the NSA Project Directorate team, The Project Control office is responsible for monitoring cost, timely delivery and project execution in accordance and for the measurement of overall performance indicators. It provides to the Project Director global vision of the project to help for decisions.
The Project Control office manages several scopes:
· Schedule management,
· Project management office (PMO),
· Risks and opportunities and change management.
The NSA Risks, Opportunities and Change Manager role is to consolidate the R&O of the Nuclear Services Agreement and to coordinate the R&O Managers of the Consortium members, as well as leading change management within the Consortium alongside with the project’s evolution over time.
The responsibilities of the NSA Risks, Opportunities and Change Manager include:
- Preparation of the reporting of the risks and opportunities for the NSA Project Director, SZC Co and other EDF Group stakeholders when appropriate;
- Coordination of the R&O Managers of the Consortium members;
- Update of the Consortium aggregated R&O register;
- Management of the Consortium Risk Committee;
- Improvement of R&O management methodologies and the benchmarking with other similar projects
- Update of Risk Management Plan;
- Coordination of project controls’ needs regarding the digital transformation of the risk management role.
- Design of change management programme throughout life of the project;
- Facilitation of the Change Management network within the Consortium;
- Implementation of change management key decision within the Consortium.
The Consortium is composed of EDF SA and Edvance is expected to provide the design of the two nuclear powerplants in the framework of the Nuclear Services Agreement (“NSA”) i.e., the contract that will be signed between the Consortium and the SZC Generation Company (“SZC Co” or the “Client”). The NSA is expected to be signed at the end of the first quarter of 2024.
The NSA Project Directorate team is leading the Consortium and is responsible for the overall project management of the NSA execution. It is composed of four scopes of work which are responsible for:
- Technical direction
- Project control management
- Contract management
- Quality management
To be considered the following qualifications, experience and skills are essential:
- Master’s degree in engineering or management
- Wealth of experience within a similar role with at least one significant experience on a nuclear project management or in risks, opportunities and change management;
- English Level: B2 minimum as per Common European Framework of References for Language (CEFRL), C1 preferred
- Software skills: very good command of Excel, Word and PowerPoint is required. Knowledge of Unifier and PowerBI are advantageous·
- French speaking; past experience in French companies/Groups would be advatageous
- Delivery oriented; Ability to deliver under constraints
- Communication skills, both in writing and orally
- Client focused
- Time management
- Conflict resolution
- Adaptive skills
- Strong Interpersonal skills
- Strong team player – Sense of team belonging
- Passionate about large projects challenges
The Sizewell C (“SZC”) project’s goal is to replicate the Hinkley Point C design to build two EPR reactors on the Sizewell site, located on the East Coast of England. The British Government aims at renewing the existing nuclear fleet to achieve its Net Zero objectives by 2050.
SZC will supply power to 6 million homes and will save 9 million tons of CO2 emissions for every year of operation. When operating, SZC will employ 900 people, in addition to the thousands of jobs needed for maintenance outages.
SZC provides the UK with a unique opportunity to develop a nuclear new build which is the ‘second of a kind’ and will demonstrate significant cost and risk savings from such an approach.
Regular travels to the site and workplaces of the Consortium members are required: Sizewell and Bristol in the UK, Tours and Montrouge in France.
Spécialité : O1 - Pilotage performance & processus
Niveau d’études (tous) Bac+5
Lieu : Royaume-Uni, Europe, Aztec West
Déplacements : 25%
Niveau d’emploi : Cadre
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