Your Impact:

The new Lower Thames Crossing Integration Partner team is currently seeking to appoint a KPI and Analytics Lead to support the development and maintenance of the LTC reporting framework, data structures and data coding in collaboration with the client PMO for reporting and systems requirements.

The Lower Thames Crossing is the most ambitious roads project in the UK since the M25 was built 30 years ago. The proposed new road and tunnel connecting Kent and Essex will unlock opportunities and economic growth for both the region and the whole of Britain. It will provide new connections and better journeys across the Thames, providing much needed relief and additional capacity to the Dartford Crossing.


  • Support the development and implementation of the reporting and analysis processes, systems, tools and templates and deploy to all relevant programme team members including the Main Works Contractors, key Subcontractors and suppliers.
  • Lead the collaboration and interface with all disciplines, suppliers and main works contractors to set and monitor their delivery KPIs in line with their contract and deliverables.
  • Lead on innovative analyses techniques and tools to improve predictability of delivery performance.
  • Support the technical production of narrative reports, analytic dashboards and visual management tools as required to manage the programme and support all functions with their analyses.
  • #LTCIP

    Here’s What You’ll Need:

    Skills and experience

  • Track record in developing multi-disciplinary lead and lag KPIs to measure contract and project delivery to align to client business strategy and objectives.
  • Experience of implementing reporting solutions on Azure platforms and developing reporting products for multiple stakeholders on large and complex infrastructure projects.
  • Experience of deploying reporting processes, systems, tools & techniques to maintain and analyse delivery performance for all functions and disciplines on the project.
  • Expert user of a range of reporting and analytics software and project controls systems particularly Power BI.
  • Demonstrable experience of successfully working in a matrix and integrated team on major infrastructure projects using NEC form of contracts and relevant highways legislation.
  • Demonstrate examples of exercising sound judgement, and facilitating decision making on complex issues among multiple suppliers.
  • Strong leadership skills, able to motivate and liaise with team members and discipline leads to ensure that cost, schedule and finance information is as agreed with client and other stakeholders.
  • Deliverables focused and an accomplished problem solver, rising to meet any challenge.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills and personal resilience to working under pressure and with different styles of leadership.
  • Strong analytical skills and problem-solving skills using leading edge tools and techniques
  • Advanced Microsoft Office skills including Word, PowerPoint and Excel, Power BI
  • Degree in business analysis, accounting, finance, construction, engineering or project management, or related technical field.
  • Minimum of 10-15 years of progressive experience with increasing responsibility.
  • Active membership of AACE, PMI, APM or similar association with association certifications.
  • Hold health, safety and welfare (HSW) as a key project value
  • Commit to inclusion and diversity for all free from discrimination or harassment
  • Encourage innovative thinking on current practices
  • Promote project legacy in all decision making
  • Jacobs are being supported on the IP by Arcadis, COWI and Morgan Sindall, Jacobs’ submissions for this role will be considered alongside those from our partners.

    Please be aware that, during the mobilisation phase of this programme, priorities will change regularly. Whilst we’ll endeavour to respond to all interest in positions promptly, some may take longer than others to progress.

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