CV, European Experienced Project Manager seeking work outside the UK

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 15202

Skills keywords: commercial management, operations management, procurement advice, project management, training delivery
Short Bio:

Economist and Project Manager, full member of the Association for Project Management, APM qualified and PRINCE2 Practitioner.
Extensive experience in the management of infrastructure-related projects in the UK and abroad. Delivering projects for both public and private sector clients within the highway and railroad sectors, including the Department of Transport, the Highways Agency and Local Governments.
Experienced in procurement advice and training facilitation for both client and internal tra

Current location: England, United Kingdom - View on map
Nationality: German
Preferred Sector of Employment:  , General Management, Banking Insurance and Financial Services
Spoken languages: english, german
Location I am interested in working: Anywhere
List the countires you have a visa to work in: austria, Belgium, cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, French Guiana, French Polynesia, French Southern Terr., Germany, Gibraltar, greece, Greenland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Jersey, Lebanon, Lithuania, Luxembourg, malta, Man, Isle of, Monaco, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, portugal, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, spain, Sweden, switzerland, United Kingdom


CH2M HILL, London (UK) 11/2011 – Present

Project Manager

Halcrow Group Limited, London (UK) 04/2007 – 11/2011

Management Consultant & Project Manager

German Embassy, Pretoria (South Africa) 10/2003 – 01/2004

Research Assistant to Senior Officer for Economic Co-operation

Dr.-Pienitz-Förderschule, Pirna (Germany) 09/1998 – 09/1999

(Teaching Assistant, school for special educational needs)


MSc Poverty Reduction and Development Management (International)

The University of Birmingham, UK 2005 – 2006

Diplom-Volkswirt (equivalent to the international ‘Master of Economics’)

Technische Universität Dresden, Germany 1999 – 2004

MEMBERSHIPS Association for Project Management, UK, full member


PRINCE2 – Practitioner Level 08/2013 – 08/2018

PRINCE2 – Foundation Level 11/2012


English (Full professional proficiency)

German (Native or bilingual proficiency)

French (Elementary proficiency)


Project Manager, Technical Advice for Fares Change

2014 – Present

Client: Department for Transport (UK)

Project manager for assessing changes in the fares regulation policy and their impacts upon the commercial position of Train Operating Companies (TOCs). The project includes the development of bespoke models and the review of analysis carried out by the TOCs. The project supports the Department for Transport in the negotiations with the TOCs following the revisions to premium / subsidy payments, including the review of TOC models and their economic arguments.

Project manager, Crossrail 2 – Operational Cost and Revenue Model

2014 – Present

Client: Department for Transport (UK)

Project manager for the development of an operational cost and revenue model for the Crossrail 2 scheme. The project covers whole-life cost functionality, access to independent technical review and training and knowledge transfer to Transport for London staff.

Project manager, ScotRail Franchise Bid Support

2013 – Present

Client: MTR Corporation Europe

Project manager for providing technical support to the MTR Corporation in their bid for the ScotRail franchise. The project covers the preparation of the prequalification submission and the tender submission, focusing on demand and revenue forecasting, solutions for transport integration and stakeholder management.

Project manager, Framework for Provision of Transport related Technical and Engineering Advice and Research

2013 – Present

Client: Highways Agency (UK)

Project manager for various projects delivered under the Highways Agency’s framework for provision of transport related technical and engineering advice and research. The projects focus on the delivery of ‘end to end’ transport related technical and engineering advice, research and strategy.

Assistant project manager, Mersey Gateway Bridge Project (Procurement Advice)

2011 – Present

Client: Halton Borough Council (UK)

Assistant project manager, responsible for supporting the co-ordination and management of all CH2M HILL inputs. This includes the provision of procurement and contracts advice and e-evaluation.

The Mersey Gateway project is a major scheme to build a new six lane toll bridge over the River Mersey. The project has been procured as a design, build, finance and operate (DBFO) contract (£500million+) through a public private partnership arrangement.

The project is being delivered using PRINCE2, under which the project’s supply chain is required to operate.

Task manager, Mersey Gateway Bridge Project – On-line Tender Evaluation Administration

2011 – 2014

Client: Halton Borough Council (UK)

Task manager, responsible for the delivery and administration of AWARD, an on-line evaluation tool used for tender evaluation. AWARD was used for the prequalification, draft final tender and final tender evaluations. Responsibilities included system design and implementation, task planning, client and third party liaison, quality auditing, and provision of training to >35 evaluators (including client staff).

Project manager, M25 DBFO Pre-contract Archiving


Client: Highways Agency (UK)

Project manager, responsible for archiving M25 DBFO pre-contract data and provide the Highways Agency with portable hard drives containing the data.

Assistant project manager, M25 DBFO Project (Procurement Advice)

2007 – 2012

Client: Highways Agency (UK)

Assistant project manager, responsible for supporting the co-ordination and management of all CH2M HILL inputs into the M25 DBFO project. This included the provision of procurement and contracts advice, as well as e-tendering and e-evaluation software.

The M25 DBFO project comprised of the widening of various sections of the motorway to dual four lanes and its operation and management by the DBFO company for a 30 year contract term (£6billion).

Operations manager, Economics and Business Solutions Department

2009 – 2011

Halcrow, internal position

Operations manager of Halcrow’s economics and business solutions department. Responsible for the department’s day to day operations, with a particular focus on commercial performance. Reporting to the department’s development director and the department’s technical director.

Task manager, M25 DBFO Project – On-line Tender Evaluation Administration

2007 – 2011

Client: Highways Agency (UK)

Task manager for the provision of AWARD, an on-line evaluation tool used during the evaluation stages of the M25 DBFO project’s tender process. Responsibilities included the preparation and provision of training for evaluators, administrative management of the on-line evaluation process and quality auditing.

Project manager, Highways Agency Data Management Project

2009 – 2010

Client: Highways Agency (UK)

Project manager, responsible for the provision of data management support to the Highways Agency’s central DBFO/PFI team. The project comprised of the management of the DBFO library and the identification of specific information for the operational management of the Highways Agency’s DBFO roads programme.

Management consultant, Thessaloniki Submerged Tunnel, Greece

2008 – 2009

Client: Bank consortium headed by UniCredit Group and European Investment Bank (EIB)

Management consultant, monitoring work progress, reporting to lenders and supporting the concessionaire in financial modelling and forecasting.

Halcrow was appointed to be the technical advisor to the lenders during the construction phase of the Thessaloniki submerged tunnel project (project later cancelled by Greek government).