about 1 year ago
Two of Europe’s most prominent and innovative engineering and construction companies – Laing O’Rourke and Murphy – have come together to form LM, a powerful joint venture, supporting the growing number of major transport infrastructure projects across the UK.
Both organisations are market leaders in high-speed rail delivery, tunnelling, bridge construction, civil engineering, offsite manufacturing and digital engineering.
LM, along with Fusion JV and CS JV, have been awarded the enabling works for High Speed Two. Delivering the essential early works will include archaeology, site clearance and setting up construction compounds – ahead of the start of the main civil engineering work.
The £900 million enabling works contracts cover the whole of Phase One, from London to Birmingham and the connection to the West Coast Main line at Handsacre in Staffordshire
Main purpose of role:
The Configuration Manager shall be responsible for identifying and managing the configuration states for all work packages of the HS2 Enabling Works North contract. They shall also be responsible for accurately monitoring and recording the transitions between these configuration states throughout the project lifecycle.
Key responsibilities and duties:
* Manage the configuration states for all work packages of the HS2 Enabling Works North contract
* Liaise with the HS2 Configuration Manager
* Identify all required configuration states of work packages
* Produce Configuration Status Reports defining configuration states of work packages at key project milestones
* Support Requirements Manager with Collaborative Design Review meetings
* Uphold and act in accordance with LM values and principles
* Participate in and positively promote the LM ‘Making the Right Choice’ programme
* Ensure compliance with JV policies and procedures
* Attend and engage with JV-wide collaboration / learning and development related activities
* Constantly work to enable the broader team to deliver against EWC North goals
Key employee values and principles:
Showing energy, taking pride in role, being sensitive to impact, demonstrating drive, being committed, respecting confidentiality, doing the right thing, being accountable
Valuing and empowering others, making a contribution, considering others’ needs and approaches, asking for help, recognising achievements, seeking to listen and understand, explaining decisions, acknowledging environmental impact
Creating a stimulating environment, being open and honest, demonstrating enthusiasm, seeking innovation, being flexible, being curious, providing clear direction, setting new standards, maximising unique opportunity
1. Health, Safety and Wellbeing
Making safety our first consideration, acting fast to mitigate risks, making proactive interventions, taking responsibility for our own and others’ health, safety and wellbeing
1. Best for project: Am I making best for project decisions? Am I taking best for project actions? Am I putting the project goals above my own company goals? Do I recognise LM success/failure is HS2 success/failure?
2. Inclusivity: Have I involved everyone who could add value? Am I utilising the combined strengths of the team? Am I encouraging others’ ideas? Am I considering others’ perspectives / standing in others’ shoes? Are we collaboratively setting milestones?
3. People first: Am I looking after my and others’ wellbeing? Am I thanking people for their contribution? Am I respecting peoples’ personal lives? Am I using technology where possible to aid work life balance? Am I working in a ‘safe and well’ way? Am I talking first emailing second?
4. Jointly seeking solutions: Am I asking for help where I need it? Am I helping others where I can? Am I making others feel comfortable ‘not knowing’? Am I avoiding silo working?
Qualifications and training:
Professional Systems Engineer
Proven experience of Interface Management
Excellent inter-personal skills
Member of INCOSE
Working Knowledge of BIM
Working knowledge of DOORS Databases