Project Controller

  • Job Reference: BBBH143397
  • Date Posted: 24 August 2021
  • Recruiter: Jefferson Wells
  • Location: Farnborough, Hampshire
  • Salary: £350 to £400 Per Day
  • Sector: Government
  • Job Type: Contract
  • Duration: 6 months
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Project Controller

Location: Farnborough

Rate: £400 a day Inside IR35 Umbrella

Contract duration: 6 months with a possibility of an extension

Security Clearance is required for this position

Job Specification

The role is responsible for the delivery of project controls within an assigned team, under the leadership of a Project Manager.

Main Responsibilities

  • Supporting a Principal Project Controller in the provision of support to IDTs and other large and complex strategic programmes.
  • Delivering project support tasks within assigned team; MS Project, life-cycle briefcase, project reporting, invoicing and other project document creation and management.
  • Delivery project finance; debtors and cash collection, calculation of accruals, collation of cost journals and facility costs.
  • Supporting PCP&R improvement activity, and sharing knowledge skills and best practice

Required Experience

  • Awareness of project management processes; the project life-cycle and project finances.
  • Sharing knowledge, skills and best practice across the organisation.
  • Demonstrable competence in SAP, MS Excel (including add-ins), Word, Outlook, Project, PowerPoint and SharePoint - Strong demonstrable experience in SAP, MS Excel and MS Project are essential.
  • Good organisational and record keeping skills.
  • Awareness of the project life-cycle and sales processes.
  • Experience of working to corporate procedures and the use of corporate tools.
  • Strong organisational skills with ability to prioritise workload and multi-task.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills with the ability to work with individuals at varying levels.
  • Ability to work as part of a team and well as unsupervised.

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