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CLUSTER VENUE TELCOM MANAGER (C-VTCMs) - CONTRACT -BIRMINGHAM

Job Title: CLUSTER VENUE TELCOM MANAGER (C-VTCMs) - CONTRACT -BIRMINGHAM
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
REF: BJ-TELECOMMGR-22_1648115250
Contact Name: Balla J
Contact Email: Balla@projectpeople.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

CLUSTER VENUE TELCOM MANAGER - CONTRACT -BIRMINGHAM

Leading Managed Services Provider in the Defence Sector require a Cluster Venue Telecommunication Managers (C-VTCMs) to join their ongoing project.

Duration: 3 months

Location: Birmingham onsite required- HYBRID

Cluster Venue Telecommunication Managers (C-VTCMs) are key roles delivering the project solution into the sites/venues throughout the survey, design and build activities as well as managing the support into the sites/venues during the Games and their decommissioning. It is extremely important to recognise that the entire operational lifecycle of the venues implemented will be no more than three months and each can be decommissioned once the events planned are completed.

The C-VTCM role has two elements:

  1. The responsibility for the delivery of sites and venues;
  • The successful implementation of the agreed network/cabling designs into a selection of the venues and sites to ensure that they are successfully tested and handed over to the steady state service that will be in-place to provide support to users in the run-up and delivery of the Birmingham Commonwealth Games. The part of the role will complete when all venues implemented by the role are tested and passed as complete and formally signed-off by the customer. Each C-VTCM will have a specific series of sites to be delivered.
  • The role will be accountable for the successful delivery by, and the performance of, a series of technical teams. It will therefore manage and be accountable for the teams specifically tasked with the delivery of the venues and sites listed within their remit. Please note, this does not include technical ownership or accountability for the solution that will be managed and monitored through the Client Design Authority along with the Organising Committee (OC, customer).
  • Any defects identified during testing and their remediation will be managed by the C-VTCM concerned.

  1. Provide support and management over the sites/venues contained within their specific clusters during the games. This role will, on delivery of the sites/venues, transform into that to support the Steady State.

They will be responsible for ensuring that the recruitment of the team delivering support for their cluster is successful, the completion of their training and that they are embedded into the support organisation. Ultimately, the role will be accountable for the readiness of their sites and venues for the start of the final preparation for the games. They will need to work in close association with the service designer/architect to understand the details of the support to be provided and thus they will therefore manage and be accountable for their teams. Please note that, as before, the technical ownership or accountability for the solution will be managed and monitored through the FDA and the OC.

RAID and Change Management will be crucial activities under the management of the role as well as day-to-day issue management (both during the build and support activities); all of which are to be reported into the Programme Director.

It is crucial that the Cluster VTCM creates and maintains a close project relationship with the FDA and the other C-VTCM and VTCM roles to ensure that the programme's technical and delivery organisations are closely coordinated to achieve the dates agreed.

Required Engagement and Duration

  • Appointed into the project in Phase 1.
  • Full time, overtime by agreement with the Programme Director.
  • Located on-site in Birmingham or at Client's Solihull, other sites by request
  • Engagement Duration;
  • From engagement to the end of the Post-Games Critical Period.

Reports to : Programme Director

Reporting from:

  • Implementation/delivery and Support Teams
  • Test Lead (results and retest)
  • Client's Governance Responsibilities
  • Manage the Implementation Tranches' and Games Support (as stated above) RAID and Change Logs;
  • Reporting on Implementation Tranches to The Client's Project Board and to the customer via the Programme Director;
  • Budget Management and Reporting;
  • Transfer into steady-state support.

Key Accountabilities

  • The successful delivery of the implementation of the sites and venues as stated within the agreed designs to the dates required within the Project Plan;
  • The successful delivery of the implementation of the sites and venues within the budget ceded to them by the Programme Director;
  • The successful delivery of the support provision to the games as stated within the agreed service designs to the dates required within the Project Plan.
  • The successful delivery of the support arrangements within the budget ceded to them by the Program Director.
  • Accurate reporting of status for all aspects of their delivery and ongoing Steady-state support.
  • Effective and efficient resourcing of their teams, with escalation to the Programme Director as required.
  • Management of RAID.
  • To ensure that regular communications are made to, and meetings are held with, other elements of the project.

Please apply via this ad in the first instance or send a CV with covering note or contact me on 07587743762 or Balla@projectpeople.com

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