The Project Management office manages all capital projects being executed at Stellenbosch University.
The Programme Manager will be responsible for managing, planning and executing projects in order to deliver infrastructure for the University within the context of SUs strategic focus areas. The Programme Manager will ensure that projects are delivered on brief, budget and on time;
The Programme Manager will manage project managers and project teams on a strategic level.
Excellent planning, organisational, negotiation and time management skills
An advance knowledge of MS Tools, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project
A high-level knowledge of numeracy, literacy, good written and verbal communication skills and of ge
B-degree / NHDip / NDip in a construction environment;
Registered as a Professional Construction Project Manager with SACPCMP;
Eight to ten years' extensive experience in programme management in the construction environment or engineering fields;
Knowledge and experience of how projects are managed in terms of project management methodology;
Knowledge of project management principles, organisational policies and procedures;
Extensive knowledge of tender procedures, and reporting within the procurement framework and policies;
Management experience of financial systems, reporting and budget systems;
Extensive knowledge and experience of the construction and occupational health and safety regulations to ensure that project risks are managed at all times;
A high-level knowledge of numeracy, literacy, good written and verbal communication skills and of generating high quality reports;
An advance knowledge of MS Tools, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Project;
Experience in document management and electronic filing;
Excellent planning, organisational, negotiation and time management skills;
An eye for detail and a passion for project management and project delivery;
Conflict management skills and the ability to manage conflict on an individual and team level.
Client and service orientated with the ability to deal with a wide range of personalities.
Stellenbosch University is recognised as one of the four top
research universities in South Africa. It takes pride in the fact that it has
one of the country’s highest proportions of postgraduate students of which
almost ten percent are international students.
The University lies in the picturesque Jonkershoek Valley in
the heart of the Western Cape Winelands. The University has ten faculties, of
which eight – AgriSciences, Arts and Social Sciences, Education, Engineering,
Law, Science, Theology and the larger part of Economic and Management Sciences
- are located on the main campus in Stellenbosch with the Faculty of Health
Sciences situated on the Tygerberg campus and the Faculty of Military Science
in Saldanha. The University's Business School is situated at the Bellville Park