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Performance Implementation Manager
Department: Planning & Performance
Salary: £44,000 -£65,000 per annum
At Northern, we’re creating a brand-new future. Not just for our organisation, but one that will transform the way we all think about rail travel. And if you’re forward thinking, passionate and full of fresh ideas like we are, you could play your part in making it happen. We recently launched our £500m fleet of new, state-of-the-art trains and we’re investing millions more in our existing fleet of trains and on station improvements. All so we can continue to connect thousands of people across the North to work, leisure, education and more every day. Our vision is all about taking them in an exciting new direction, delivering a different kind of travel experience, and introducing new ways of working.
We’re also investing in our people too, and we’re committed to building a business that’s just as diverse as the communities we serve. So, whatever your background, and whatever you have in mind for your own future, we think you’ll fit right in here.
About the role:
An opportunity has arisen to play an active part in achieving the On Time railway. We are looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated individual to join the On Time Performance Improvement team as Performance Implementation Manager.
Working directly within the Regions, Engineering and alongside Industry partners including Network rail, the successful candidate will bring to life and also develop continuous improvement activities to deliver an improved service to our customers. The role will lead, develop and maintain the RM3P maturity model-based approach to identify ways to grow and strengthen performance improvement delivery.
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate a proven track record for collaborative working, innovation and operational knowledge.
The successful candidate should have exceptional interpersonal skills, with the ability to deal effectively with people at all levels within the Rail industry and influence decisions made that affect Northern operations.
You should hold a recognised Project Management Qualification and have an excellent technical knowledge of modern railway operation, and the relevant processes including performance, engineering, resource planning and operations control.
Good IT knowledge with specially relevance to rail industry IT systems and MS Office.
A good logical and common sense approach to problem solving with the ability to clearly establish the root cause of failure, and devise clear and effective strategies for dealing with the results.
A member of or willing to work towards a relevant professional industry body (for example IRO or ILT)
Applicants must hold the ability to influence, motivate, coach and co-ordinate individuals outside the direct control of the post holder to deliver projects and information to agreed timescales.
Educated to Degree level (or similar qualification), with well-developed numerate, written and presentational skills. The ability to deal with large quantities of data, analyse evidence that is often conflicting, and clearly establish the causes of performance related failures.
For more information please contact Julia Wraithmell, , Head of On Time Performance Improvement – 07739 916712
In return, you’ll discover brilliant opportunities to grow and progress within Northern. Not to mention amazing perks and benefits like free or discounted travel, employee assistance, generous policies, regular pay reviews and a great pension. We look forward to receiving your application.