Assistant Project Manager at Transport for London
What does an Assistant Project Manager do?
As an assistant project manager for Transport for London (TfL), you’ll be involved in a number of projects that aim to improve London’s transport network. You’ll mainly be supporting more senior project managers by working on a portfolio of projects, identifying any potential issues and recommending a plan of action to make sure that the project is delivered well and on time. You’ll be the driving force behind some exciting improvements to London’s large transport network. You could be involved in projects like Transport for London’s road modernisation plan and the expansion cycle superhighways. You’ll work on projects from their concept to completion.
With TfL constantly improving London’s transport network, there are always lots of exciting projects on the go. Once you’ve been given a project to work on, you’ll be reporting on its progress, resolving any issues that you come across, managing the budget and risk involved as well as making sure that the project is completed on time and to budget.
Usually, you’ll work full-time hours, five days a week.