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Technical Interface Manager

Job Introduction

The Technical Interface Manager (TIM) will support the Head of Technical Interface in owning, managing and coordinating the Technical Interfaces with the relevant parties, ensuring that good and timely communication is maintained at all times for the West Area.

 

The TIM will work with the Head of Technical Interface to ensure a consistent approach is taken across all interfaces and lessons learnt from other projects or areas are relayed and instigated, as necessary.

 

The Technical Interface Manager will,

  • Work with the SCS Asset Team and Design House to identify technical interfaces for each project stage with the production and regular review of the Asset Technical Interface Management Plan (ASIMP) to cover Design, Construction and Handover Stages.
  • Own the SharePoint / Relatics Technical Interface Register for the Area and ensuring that all Technical Interfaces are identified, tracked, and closed out in line with the project programme.  Undertake regular reviews of the register with design and construction teams.
  • Utilise the SharePoint / Relatics Register to classify and prioritize the identified interfaces and ensure that relevant Interface Control Documents (or similar) are produced in a timely manner to meet the programme with regard to IDR’s, Design and Construction Assurance Stage Gates (L3’s).
  • Draw on the resource from across the SCS team and the Design House to ensure that the required deliverables are produced in a timely manner.
  • Holding regular technical interface meetings with relevant design and construction parties to manage technical interfaces to meet programme milestones.
  • Where Interfaces are not alighted, manage the resolution through the NEC Contract with the Asset Teams in a collaborative manner. Communicating issues and risks that will impact project delivery and identify mitigation measures, as necessary to Area Technical Lead and the Head of Technical Interface.
  • Ensure that relationships with the relevant parties are developed and maintained to support the effective progression and close out of the interfaces.
  • Assist the Head of Technical Interfaces in developing and implementing the required plans and processes to deliver the above.

Ensuring that SCS complies with the HS2’s, and all other relevant parties’

  • arrangements for managing technical interfaces and transition with other contractors, including establishing clear roles and responsibilities.
  • Produce weekly/monthly reports detailing use of the SharePoint / Relatics Database and raise Asset interface issues that may impact the works and propose mitigation actions.
  • Assist in developing the use of appropriate technology including, but not limited to, BIM, GIS and Relatics to facilitate the effective management and communication of interfaces.

 

The TIM will take the lead on coordinating the interface between the SCS team and

 

  • C1, Align (Area West)
  • Railway systems & rolling stock
  • Enabling Works Contractor, CSJV (Design only)
  • Oversite Development
  • HS2 Operating and Maintance

 

Key internal relationships

The Technical Interface Manager will work closely with the following roles in the SCS project team for an area to ensure effective delivery;

  • Delivery teams including Engineering Managers and Construction Managers
  • Design Managers
  • Design House
  • Technical Assurance Team
  • Planning team
  • Commercial Team including Change Management
  • Risk team
  • Support Services including Temporary Works, I&M, Traffic Management
  • BIM & GIS team
  • Utilities, NR, TfL Interface Teams – Design State
  • Stakeholder, Consents and U&A Teams
  • Other area Technical Interface Managers and the Head of Technical Interface.

Role Responsibility

The Technical Interface Manager will,

  • Work with the SCS Asset Team and Design House to identify technical interfaces for each project stage with the production and regular review of the Asset Technical Interface Management Plan (ASIMP) to cover Design, Construction and Handover Stages.
  • Own the SharePoint / Relatics Technical Interface Register for the Area and ensuring that all Technical Interfaces are identified, tracked, and closed out in line with the project programme.  Undertake regular reviews of the register with design and construction teams.

The Ideal Candidate

Required Qualifications & Skills

  • Degree qualified Civils / Building or MEP Engineering or equivalent.
  • Technical Interface experience preferred in either a Construction, Rail or TfL Environment.
  • Experience of solving problems in an engineering environment.
  • Proven ability to build and maintain excellent working relationships and effective channels of communication in a pressurised and highly time sensitive environment
  • Strong communication and management skills
  • Ability to Chair Meetings, organise teams and ensure minutes are recorded.
  • Experience of using various Document Control Systems – currently on site we have AssetWise, eB, CEMAR – familiarization training can be provided.
  • Experience of the NEC Contract.
  • Experience of Project Delivery including design, construction and / or handover phases.

 

Training will be provided on the SharePoint / Relatics Database and it is expected that this role will be a Superuser for the Database on behalf of the SCS Area.

 

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