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Organisations often find themselves urgently in need of an experienced project resource with a specific knowledge set, or a person to fill a temporary position within the project. One of the main reasons why projects fail is due to a lack of capacity. Whether it is a lack of project management capacity, temporary resource capacity or whether it’s a resource needed to fill a gap, we can assist.

ProjectLink provides temporary, experienced and professional project resources to organisations who have “gaps” within their project teams. All of our project professionals go through an extensive assessment to analyse their capabilities before they are assigned to a client.

ProjectLink currently has over 80 project professionals, who are all well-qualified and have a vast amount of experience in many different industries. Our primary differentiator is that we are a body of knowledge, each of our professionals can leverage off of the ProjectLink collective body of knowledge that we have gained from our real life experiences, skills, and knowledge.

We ensure quality through our principal consultants who provide mentorship, coaching, and leadership to their fellow consultants. They assist and guide the consultants on their projects, which enables us to guaranty that each of our consultants provides the best service and solutions possible to our clients.

We believe in investing in our people so that they can empower yours. We provide internal training to all of our professionals regularly to ensure that they are up to date with international best practices. Our project professionals live our client’s projects and are committed to helping clients achieve their desired business benefits.

Portfolio Manager

Portfolio management includes the processes and activities associated with managing a portfolio of projects, programs, sub-portfolio's and other work. Portfolio management is distinctly different from project and program management, and it involves activities such as; strategy interpretation, trade-off analysis, scenario planning, portfolio balancing and benefits measurement and analysis.

Program Manager

Program management is the integration of the components that make up a program with the aim of achieving shared benefits that would not have been possible if the components were managed independently. The most important aspect of program management is the proper integration and management of the interdependencies between components.

Project Manager

ProjectLink defines project management as, “the art and science of managing a project from inception to closure as evidenced by successful product delivery and transfer.” This definition implies detailed attention to the Project Management Knowledge Areas and Process Groups, as explained in the Project Management Institute’s A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge, (PMBOK® Guide) – Fifth Edition. Also implied is an awareness of the business need that the project is expected to meet.

Project Controls Manager

This function is responsible for controlling the project. Project Controls Managers monitor and control the project cost and schedule outcomes of the project, and ensure that planned work is on-track. They are responsible for the monitoring and control of quality work progress as well as cost control. They make sure that everything is one time and within budget.

Risk Manager

Project Risk Management includes the processes of conducting risk management planning, identification, analysis, response planning, and monitoring and control on a project. Project risk is always in the future and is an uncertain event or condition that, if it occurs, has an effect on at least one project objective. The objectives of Project Risk Manager are to increase the probability and impact of positive events and decrease the probability and impact of negative events in the project.

Project Planner & Scheduler

Project Planning entails establishing the total scope of the project and developing the course of action to enable the delivery of the project.  This would also entail the decomposition of the scope to such level on which the project shall be controlled.  This includes the development of a Basis of Schedule, Schedule Management Plan and other supporting project documentation.

Estimator

The Estimator is responsible for ensuring the quality and accuracy of cost estimates for capital projects.

Project Administrator

The project administrator provides all the administration supporting functions within a project as well as updating, controlling and communicating to relevant stakeholders, and filing all the documentation on a project.

Document Controller

Document Controller would control the flow of all technical, administrative, vendor, and commercial documentation and drawings between the project team and relevant stakeholders.

Contracts Manager

A Contracts Manager, manages the contracts made with customers, vendors, partners, or employees. This service includes negotiating the terms and conditions in contracts and ensuring compliance with the terms and conditions, as well as documenting and agreeing on any changes or amendments that may arise during its implementation or execution.

Change Manager

The Change Manager is responsible for using a systematic approach to manage the transitions of individuals, teams and organisations from a current state to a desired future state brought about by a project. The change manager should assist the project team to integrate change management actions into their project plans in order to increase employees adoption and usage, which will ensure that the project's objectives are met on time and within budget.

Business Analyst

A Business Analyst enables and manages change within an organisations framework, by defining the organisations needs and identifying solutions that deliver the best value to its stakeholders. By conducting a business analysis, the business analyst will be able to identify possible new opportunities, areas where costs can be avoided, define the required capabilities and ultimately realise the organization's benefits by improving the way they conduct business.

Cost Controller

The cost controller is responsible for Cost Control Services on the project. This includes services such as budget control, estimating cost, cost projecting, cost reporting and cost risk analysis.

Physical Address

  • 243 Willem Botha Street
  • Wierda Park
  • Centurion

Postal Address

  • PO Box 52810
  • Wierda Park
  • South Africa
  • 0149

Contact us

  • Phone: +27 (0) 12 660 0010
  • Fax: +27 (0) 12 660 0190
  • Email: sales@projectlink.co.za