Project Manager at Edith Cowan University (ECU), Joondalup WA
(from May 2016 to April 2017)
• Ensure that projects are completed on time, within budget and to the desired quality standard
• Manage, forecast, monitor, control and report on project financial performance.
• Plan, monitor, control and report against multiple project timelines and milestones.
• Identify and document potential risks to projects and develop effective control strategies to minimise risk.
• Identify and implement stakeholder management strategies for both internal and external stakeholders.
• Report on the progress of projects and complete project handover process and final costing of all projects.
• Develop and implement corporate project management guidelines and processes.
Project Management Office (PMO) Programmer at SERCO (Fiona Stanley Hospital), Murdoch WA
(from July 2015 to April 2016)
• Plan and develop master program for entire project management aspect for commercial business improvement and benefits realisation including cost recovery.
• Develop, review and administer project schedules and plans.
• Review and maintain project benefits realisation to ensure alignment with organisational strategic objectives.
• Support Project Director with project scheduling and governance reporting (including CEO, CFO and CTO) at Asia Pacific level.
• Liaise with Project Leads (various workstreams) to monitor and track progress of the project to ensure business processes, people and systems work in complete alignment toward organisational outcome.
• Develop and implement project processes, frameworks and systems.
• Provide input into strategic initiatives for all project workstreams.
• Set up & maintain records, file structures, project financial status and project program.
Project Manager at Curtin University, Bentley WA
(from February 2011 to January 2015)
• Develop project briefs, business cases to meet Client needs that reflects University policies and strategic alignment.
• Manage and ensure program of works are delivered to approved scope, budget, time and quality.
• Develop and prepare budgets and forecast for University capital works program.
• Build and manage internal & external resources and relationships with stakeholders including client groups (Vice President, Directors, Business Managers, Deans, Project Design Committees, Project Steering Committees) requiring new/additional accommodation to prepare an agreed brief.
• Co-ordinate various University internal technical stakeholders including maintenance & operation, security & parking, safety & health, emergency management, parks & gardens, campus planning and IT to ensure feasibility and integrity of projects in line with organisational policies, objectives and governance.
• Manage contract and procurement process with internal and external stakeholders, professional consultants, major contracting companies and statutory agencies.
• Develop and assist with project processes, frameworks and systems.
• Develop project briefs and business cases including negotiation with senior stakeholders and external consultants on project scope, budget, timelines and deliverables.
• Provide input into strategic initiatives for all project work.
• Set up & maintain records, file structures, project financial status and program.
Senior Project Officer at City of Stirling, Stirling WA
(from October 2010 to January 2011)
• Prepare, report and manage projects for Executives reporting – Director and CEO
• Oversee and manage projects to meet scope, budget and timeframe
• Co-ordinate and liaise with all City Business Units including Planning, Building and Engineering, Government Agencies including Tamala Park, Department of Planning and Infrastructure (DPI), various City Building user groups, Sporting Clubs, Lease & Insurance, Property and Land requiring new/additional accommodation to develop business cases.
• Develop project briefs and business cases including negotiation with senior stakeholders on project scope, budget, timelines and deliverables.
• Manage and oversee contract documentation for public tender.