Location: Cardiff (Relocating to Pontypridd by late 2020)
Salary: £30,000 - £40,000
Apply by: 28/11/19 at 10:00
A fantastic opportunity to join our infrastructure team as the Risk Analyst to support the Infrastructure projects capture, challenge; analyse; quantify and monitor project and programme risk to actively manage threats and maximise opportunities.
This role will work closely with our Risk Manager, receiving mentoring and training, with the long-term aim of progressing within the Risk team.
You’ll be identifying, logging and managing project and programme level risk registers and co-ordinate frequent Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) reviews to understand the level of project uncertainty.
You’ll be highlighting, analysing and reporting on programme and project risks to proactively manage threats and exploit opportunities.
You’ll also be supporting the Risk Manager to develop and implement strategies for the management of risk, supporting project teams in applying risk management practices in line with the strategy.
Who we’re looking for
We’re looking for someone who is keen to develop a career in risk management, someone who has a relevant qualification but is now looking for further experience and development.
You’ll need to have:
o A relevant undergraduate degree in mathematics, engineering, project management or similar.
o Be a member of the IRM or APM.
o Experience with risk management tools such as ARM; RAP; Predict; and PR.
It would be beneficial if you also had:
o Experience of initiating and running quantitative risk assessments (QRA) for schedule and cost.
o Experience of running a risk management process.
Who we are
Transport for Wales (TfW) is the not-for-profit company driving forward the Welsh Government’s vision of a high-quality, safe, integrated, affordable and accessible transport network in Wales. Our mission is to ‘Keep Wales Moving’ by providing customer-focused service, expert advice and infrastructure investment.
Welsh Language Skills
The ability to speak Welsh would be a plus but is not essential for this role.