Tom Moore Resume 2016

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Curriculum Vitae Thomas Moore BSc (hons), MEng, MIEAust, AMIIA Page 1 of 4 CAREER SUMMARY Tom is a qualified Civil Engineer with a masters degree in project management and over 15 years civil engineering experience (12 years post graduate and three years pre-graduate). Tom has a proven track record in the development and execution of transport infrastructure projects in both Australia and the United Kingdom. This capability extends to the fields of project management, auditing, risk management and construction delivery. This experience has been achieved by working for contractors on site, working on behalf of the client and as a consultant for a global consultancy firm. KEY COMPETENCIES Project delivery in both the public and private sector Excellent communication and client management skills Sound academic acumen and practical application of project management principles Ability to critique complex projects and present findings to senior management Good commercial acumen Practical application of risk management and assessment principles Effective stakeholder management skills Good understanding of design processes and construction methodologies Well-developed knowledge of both the Australian and UK rail industry KEY QUALIFICATIONS Master of Engineering Project Management (High Distinction), The University of Melbourne, 2010. BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering, Nottingham Trent University, 2004. Diploma of Industrial Studies, Nottingham Trent University, 2004. GNVQ (Advanced) Construction and the Built Environment, Bromley College, 2000. KEY ACHIEVEMENTS Developed strong relationships with clients resulting in repeat work and project wins. Provided project management and technical support to a mid-tier mining organisation during the development of their Rail Safety Accreditation application. This support received high praise from the client and resulted in enhanced project scope. Provided significant input into a number of successful and high profile tenders. Effectively developed and implemented an audit management regime for V/Line on the Regional Rail Link Project. A key member of the project team involved in the successful delivery of the $52 million Clifton Hill Rail Project (CHRP). The project was a finalist in the Engineers Australia Victorian Engineering Excellence Awards 2009. KEY EXPERIENCE (February 2016 to Present) Project Manager, Arcadis, Melbourne. CityLink Tulla Widening Project (Melbourne Airport to Bulla Road). Tom is the Quality Manager on the Parsons Brincherhoff Arcadis Joint Venture. As part of this role Tom has been responsible for helping to establish and monitor the management systems used to effectively deliver the design deliverable. Curriculum Vitae Thomas Moore BSc (hons), MEng, MIEAust, AMIIA Page 2 of 4 Level Crossing Removal Project (Furlong Main Blackburn Heatherdale). Tom is the Safety in Design (SiD) Manager responsible for facilitating the close out of SiD risks and transferring residual risks to key stakeholders. (July 2014 January 2016) Internal Audit Manager, WorleyParsons, Australia, Pacific, Asia and China As Internal Audit Manager Tom participated in internal audit reviews of corporate functions, operations and projects across the Australia, Pacific, Asia and China regions. This role provided assurance to key stakeholders that appropriate controls and procedures are in place to effectively deliver WorleyParsons business operations and projects. Tom supported the Corporate Internal Audit function by bringing expertise and academic knowledge in the areas of project management and project controls. The role also included supporting senior management by providing independent analysis, appraisals and recommendations for the subject areas reviewed. (2010 2014) Project Engineer & Project Manager, WorleyParsons, Melbourne Tom initially started at WorleyParsons as a Transport Project Engineer and was quickly promoted to Project Manager. In the role of Project Manager Tom worked in the Transport Team and was involved in a broad spectrum of projects. In particular, Tom provided significant support to a number of mining organisations during the development of their rail safety management systems and rail safety accreditation applications. This support included risk facilitation and the development of supporting management of change documentation. Furthermore, Tom was also the Project Manager for a number of engineering packages and provided significant input into a number of successful and high profile tenders. Some notable examples of client consulting support services and project management include: V/Line RRL Audit Coordinator, V/Line. Tom provided audit coordination services on behalf of V/Line on the Regional Rail Link (RRL) Project. This role involved leading and participating in audits across all the work packages on the RRL Project. Tom successfully developed and implemented an audit management plan and consolidated audit schedule across all the RRL work packages. Tom built strong relationships with each of the RRL work packages and successfully developed and implemented an audit management regime that provided technical and safety assurance to the client. OneSteel Whyalla Standard Gauge Holding and Provisioning Facility (Stage 1) - Tom was responsible for the day-to-day project management for the detailed design of the standard gauge rail and associated civil infrastructure. As part of the project management role Tom worked closely with the WorleyParsons Design Manager to ensure key design deliverables were achieved on time, within budget and in accordance with the specification. Tom was also responsible for interfacing with the client and providing regular progress updates on the status of key deliverables and resolving contractual issues. Karara Rail Pty Ltd (KRPL): Tom was responsible for the day-to-day project management and technical input for Rail Safety Accreditation application. This role required significant client interface (primarily based in the clients office in Perth) in order to assist with the tight timeframe associated with achieving key accreditation milestones throughout the development of the KRPL railway. Furthermore, Tom represented the client at meetings with the Office of Rail Safety and other key stakeholders. This provided significant added-value to the services provided and resulted in an excellent working relationship being established with the client. In turn this resulted in significant enhanced project scope. KRPL achieved full Rail Safety Accreditation status as a Rail Infrastructure Manager and Rolling Stock Operator (for maintenance purposes only) in May 2012. (2007 2010) Project Engineer, Department of Transport, Melbourne Curriculum Vitae Thomas Moore BSc (hons), MEng, MIEAust, AMIIA Page 3 of 4 Tom worked for the Department of Transport (DOT) for three years. In this role Tom was exposed to a number of opportunities ranging from stakeholder and design management, representing the DOT in the absence of the Project Manager and negotiating projects through complex approval processes. Regional Rail Link Project (Melbourne): Responsible for the coordination and management of the services investigation (utility & communication) works during the concept to preliminary design phase. Successfully delivered both the contamination and hydrogeological assessment packages (brown field section) for concept design. Delivery included preparing the scope of works, technical requirements and managing the tender review process. Provided constructability input and recommendations during the concept design phase of Regional Rail Link. In particular, this involved assessing innovative construction methodologies and staging in order to minimise adverse impact on land acquisition and delays to the project schedule. Clifton Hill Rail Project (Melbourne): Responsible for project managing separable portions of the main works contract during the construction phase. Facilitated the timely delivery of the preliminary design which required significant coordination with key stakeholders, various architects and design consultants during the planning stage. Identified significant risks associated with the Environmental Audit process and implemented an effective strategy which resulted in the successful development of a recreational park. The strategy also mitigated potential significant delays to the construction schedule and addressed key stakeholder requirements. Reviewed contractor construction methodologies and undertook quality reviews. Represented the client in the absence of the Project Manager. Reviewed variations and requests for extension of time submitted by the main works contractor. Prepared recommendations to senior management regarding the validity of the variation and also suggested responses which were effectively implemented. (2006 2007) Project Engineer, John Holland Group, Melbourne Middleborough Road Rail Grade Separation Project (Melbourne) Managed and supervised the successful delivery of the earthworks night shift on the $56 million Middleborough Road Alliance Project. The earthworks involved the removal of approximately 120k cubic metres of fill within a 5 week shut-down (rail occupation). The project won the Engineers Australia Victorian Engineering Excellence Award 2007. Responsible for the quality control of earthworks fill material during construction. Prepared construction methodologies and risk assessments. (2002 2006) Section / Graduate / Student Engineer, Birse Rail Ltd, UK Responsible for day-to-day site engineering duties for the construction of a viaduct bridge (192 metre span) and numerous other bridge and culvert structures. Carried out setting-out and surveying duties for structures and earthworks. Implemented and managed technical aspects during the project delivery phase. This included quality assurance of structural concrete works and piling activities during main works construction. Prepared construction methodologies and risk assessments for complex construction activities. Raised technical queries on site and developed proposed technical solutions for client review and approval. Curriculum Vitae Thomas Moore BSc (hons), MEng, MIEAust, AMIIA Page 4 of 4 Supervised a team of graduate and student engineers. Developed a site induction which was subsequently implemented into the Birse Rail Management System (ISO accredited). (1998 2000) Computer Aided Design Technician, Babtie Group Consultancy, UK Created and amended computer aided design drawings in MicroStation SE. Assisted a team of hydraulic engineers preparing hydraulic design solutions. Carried out asset condition surveys on behalf of the Environment Agency. Assisted engineers undertaking topographical surveys to assist with hydraulic modelling. AFFILIATIONS Member, Institution of Engineers Australia (MIEAus). RELEVANT COURSES RABQSA-AU Management Systems Auditing. SAI Global (External), November 2012. RABQSA-TL Leading Management System Audit Teams (External), November 2012. RABQSA-QM Auditing Quality Management Systems. SAI Global (External), September 2012. Risk Facilitation, WorleyParsons (internal), November 2011. Red Card Induction, John Holland Group, November 2006. Electrification Engineering Principles for Railway Managers, Gateway Projects Ltd, August 2005. Track Engineering Principles for Railway Managers, Gateway Projects Ltd, November 2005. CITB Construction Supervisors Course, CITB accredited, Birse Rail, November 2005. 100 Basic Principles of the Railway (City & Guilds), Birse Rail, November 2002. PUBLICATIONS/PRESENTATIONS Australian Institute of Project Managers (AIPM), Adelaide 2009. Risk Management of Statutory Stakeholders in the Government Sector. AWARDS Employee of the month award for outstanding performance on Karara Rail Project. Awarded by WorleyParsons. Certificate of Commendation for Dedication to Safety and the Environment. Awarded by Network Rail (Client). Awarded the Skanska Prize for Best Final Year Dissertation (Railway Embankment Stabilisation). Awarded by Nottingham Trent University.