Third Party Interface Manager

London/Home Counties

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Morgan Sindall Infrastructure
Vacancy title
Third Party Interface Manager
Contract type
Full time permanent
London/Home Counties
London / Thurrock / Flexible

Third Party Interface Manager

Location: London / Thurrock

*Morgan Sindall has a commitment to sourcing candidates directly and as such we do not accept speculative CV’s from agencies.*

About us:

Would you like to work for one of the most successful and secure companies within the UK Construction and Infrastructure industry with a vision to be a market leader across all of the sectors in which we operate?

Morgan Sindall provides national construction and infrastructure services to private and public sector customers across a comprehensive range of markets. We aim to create great results for our customers, partners, ourselves, and our employees.

With talented people as the key to our success we operate a culture whereby personal and professional development are at the forefront of our efforts to attract and retain the best people in the industry.

Read more about our Highways work here - 


We have a fantastic opportunity within our Highways business unit for an ambitious and talented Third Party Interface Manager for Lower Thames Crossing


  • Capture and manage Third Party Requirements and Commitments across all three projects, utilising trackers and a Commitments and Requirements Management Tool
  • Manage the interface with the third parties and the Main Works Contractors and Ancillary contractors
  • Support National Highways in managing corporate and project relationships with Statutory Undertakers and other Third Parties
  • Support the attainment of Third Party Agreements with the National Highways Commercial Team.
  • Drive collaboration in and improvements to the delivery of third party requirements by the Main Works Contractors and Ancillary Contractors
  • Liaise with the Main Works Contractors and Ancillary Contractors in delivering Third Party Requirements
  • Maintain Third Party Requirements baseline data
  • Capture and manage all Third Party Requirements within the Integrated Project/Programme Schedule and report against commitments and requirements progress
  • Provide technical input and guidance, in terms of engineering and design, across multiple asset types.
  • Co-ordinate inputs e.g. constraints, from other disciplines as required
  • To deliver parent company programme governance requirements as required
  • To consider programme legacy and in all decision making in the same way as cost, risk and time
  • To look for ways to encourage innovative thinking around how to improve legacy benefits
  • To hold health, safety, security and wellbeing (HSSW) as a key programme value and to participate in the creation, development and implementation of HSSW strategies by the programme leadership team
  • LTC is committed to promoting an inclusive working environment for all and expects the team to make best use of their skills to create an inclusive culture, free from discrimination or harassment.


Previous Experience

  • Management of third party interfaces and working to associated legal agreements with major stakeholders including Statutory Undertakers such as Network Rail, National Grid, UKPN, as well as Local Authorities and major private organisations.
  • Experience of managing and tracking third party agreement deliverables through the approval process and reporting compliance
  • Experience of relating commitments and agreements to construction scope.
  • Track record of delivering projects to time, cost quality standards across all stages of project lifecycle
  • Demonstrable experience of successfully working in/adapting the philosophy of a 'One Team' environment within an NEC contract context
  • Team oriented leader with the ability to work closely with peers; delegate, motivate and empower individuals and teams
  • Examples of exercising sound judgement, leading and facilitating decision making on complex issues among multiple parties
  • To be able to work across diverse stakeholders
  • Educated to degree standard and membership of an appropriate professional body or equivalent work history
  • Demonstrable experience of working in a major infrastructure project in a similar industry and/or to working in a matrix and dispersed team




  • Ability to work and develop engagement & commitment across all levels of the project, the client and Third Party Stakeholders
  • Excellent analytical and decision-making skills, with the ability to interface directly with the client on critical matters where required
  • Advanced Microsoft Office Skills including Excel, Word, PowerPoint
  • Experience of using GIS and Planning software
  • Ability to compile data, and present and produce reports for internal and external distribution
  • Integration, analysis and presentation of complex information
  • Ability to work with internal and external stakeholders
  • To influence all levels in an organisation to produce timely documents etc.
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills and personal resilience to working to strict timelines/different styles of leadership

About the Highways Team:

The UK’s strategic and local road infrastructure is a vital asset for communities and businesses, supporting economic prosperity and social connectivity.

As a major tier 1 contractor and framework partner, we play a key role in providing multi-faceted engineering services to keep these vital arteries running, ensuring smoother, safer, less congested journeys for everyone.

Our teams work on complex, high-profile national motorways, trunk road schemes as well as local authority road networks to deliver comprehensive, integrated services including design and build. These infrastructure solutions are enhanced by our complementary tunnelling and bridge design and build capabilities.

Whether working on Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) schemes or construct only works, we always endeavour to share best practice and deliver progressive solutions by engaging as early as possible with our customers to maximise innovation, efficiency, and cost savings.

Driving improvement across our road network

  • Delivering projects to improve road journeys for millions of people every day
  • Providing improved and new access to areas for development and employment opportunities, promoting economic growth
  • Implementing hard shoulder running (HSR) and introducing smart motorway technology to give reduced vehicle emissions, increased journey time reliability and cost savings of around 40 per cent compared with conventional schemes.



Morgan Sindall is an equal opportunities employer and has been accredited with the Positive About Disabled People ‘Two Ticks’ accreditation.  We are also an Investors in People company.


Morgan Sindall is unable to employ anyone who does not have the legal right to live and work in the UK.

We can potentially consider certain types of flexible working in this role for the right candidate, subject to meeting business needs.

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