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David Powell

Job Title:Programme Manager
Industry:IT, Web & Programming
Location:Buckinghamshire
Available for work:Yes
Member since:January 2009

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Trading name:Powell & Associates…
Areas covered:Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Greater London, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Middlesex, Oxfordshire, Surreymore »
Desired contract duration:3 - 6 months

About My Services:

Experienced Programme Manager (Prince 2)

Skills:

  • Developing IT applications
  • Change Management
  • Risk Management

Qualifications:

  • Prince 2,
  • BSc Chemistry
  • MSc Business Studies

What Makes Me Great:

Highly adaptable, results orientated, mentoring skills

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Total Score:

82,100

Number of contracts reviewed:

1

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Score by Recommend for Future Work:
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Score by Cost/Benefit:
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Score by Exceeded Expectations:
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The summary below lists the last six positions (contract/non-contract).

Period:10.07.06 - 30.03.08
Job Title:Project Manager
Industry:Public Sector
Location:London
Description:An amendment to the 2004 energy bill committed the government to a road transport fuel obligation. The Department for Transport was charged with making this obligation a reality. • A small team of public servants and interims consulted with stakeholders including other government departments, the fuel providers and NGOs to design processes which would ensure that renewable fuel was added to the UK supply and that this fuel could be shown to be sustainable. • After agreeing the business processes, project approach, business case and PID, I created a set of requirements including CESG compliance and undertook a procurement process to create a bespoke recording and trading system. • I guided the project through OGC Gateway Reviews, working with the National Audit Office and internal auditors to minimise the opportunity for fraud and the Treasury and HMRC to confirm and advise on accounting principles. • I built relationships with oil companies and many government departments, helping stakeholders manage change through regular communications and training, phased implementation and early piloting. • Both the IT system and the RFA were delivered on time and below budget. more »
Period:01.04.08 - 29.08.08
Job Title:Programme Manager
Industry:Public Sector
Location:Hastings
Description:The RFA is an NDPB (non departmental public body), established in April 2008 to encourage and monitor the use of renewable fuels within the UK’s transport sector (see DfT project). A staff of 12 were recruited to carry out the duties of the Agency. •Role was to embed the new processes and provide knowledge transfer and training in the creation of the new organisation. I trained administrative staff using simulated stress conditions working with the fuel companies to create realistic training and test situations. This gave the opportunity to fine tune and change the processes and procedures where necessary. •The RFA was reported to have been a great success by a parliamentary report. The targets for sustainable biofuel were exceeded and the staff were praised by the fuel companies for the ease of use of the system and their responsiveness to questions and problem solving. more »
Period:16.08.08 - 30.09.09
Job Title:Programme Manager
Industry:Health & Medicine
Location:London
Description:NHS London, an £8bn SHA, was committed by the Next Stage Review to improving and transforming Leadership Development across the capital’s trusts. To achieve this, the SHA needed to initiate a large number of projects and change initiatives in a short time involving multiple stakeholder groups. • Managing a £16m budget, created a vision statement that underpinned the overall strategy together with a business case which emphasised the vfm and benefits of the approach. We recruited a team of 15 and put in place processes and governance structures in order to manage and oversee the staged initiation of over 20 commissioning and procurement projects using Catalist and OJEU. • I implemented project management, risk, governance and reporting standards based on Prince 2 principles and integrating with NHS requirements, ensuring knowledge transfer to the more junior Project Managers. • This allowed a consolidated view of the programme, showing overall progress and allowing management resources to be targeted where needed and managing the communications to a complex matrix of stakeholders using a variety of media including press releases, newsletters, and websites. • The team started and managed over 20 initiatives in one year, achieving all its first year objectives, running courses for over 500 participants within budget and raising the awareness of talent management across the NHS in London.more »
Period:10.03.10 - 28.06.10
Job Title:Programme Manager
Industry:Public Sector
Location:London
Description:To meet EU regulations, Ofgem needed to separate power generation from transmission for Offshore wind farms by conducting a sale and purchase scheme for all 10 sites. Ofgem had to arrange the new regulations, the bidding and procurement process and ensure the necessary legal agreements were in place between banks, engineering companies, generators and the national grid. Total value >£100m. • Role was to set up the programme controls. Starting with a detailed process mapping exercise we listed all legal documents, agreements and dependencies. From this came the detailed project plan for each windfarm and the overall resourcing requirements. • Worked with the legal, engineers and accountancy teams to agree work packages, reporting requirements, stakeholder plans, progress, risk and issue reporting, configuration management and contingency plans for the projects. more »
Period:16.08.10 - 30.01.11
Job Title:Project Manager
Industry:IT & Telecoms
Location:Camberley
Description:Project to install wireless communications across of Aylesbury as part of urban traffic management control. •Project involved requirements definition, proof of concept, responding to and issuing ITT, procurement of specialised services, stakeholder management and risk management. •Co-ordinated ICT, Transport, Police, Designers, Engineers and sub-contractors. •Managed budgets, negotiated contracts more »
Period:16.08.10 - 30.01.11
Job Title:Project Manager
Industry:IT & Telecoms
Location:Camberley
Description:Project to install wireless communications across of Aylesbury as part of urban traffic management control. •Project involved requirements definition, proof of concept, responding to and issuing ITT, procurement of specialised services, stakeholder management and risk management. •Co-ordinated ICT, Transport, Police, Designers, Engineers and sub-contractors. •Managed budgets, negotiated contracts more »

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