Job Alert: Project Manager – Emerging Technologies for L3 ASV (UK)

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Job title: Project Manager – Emerging Technologies

L3 ASV is seeking a talented Project Manager to join the growing team in Portchester, Hampshire. They are at the forefront of maritime autonomy – the role will be working specifically within our software development area, driving the delivery of cutting-edge advancements in marine based autonomy.

This is an exciting and challenging role, well suited to a very driven individual, who will thrive in a complex problem-solving environment. They are an expanding business where no two days are the same.

If you are driven by achievement and you have a genuine interest in ground breaking technology, then you will love what they do!


They are a fast paced, rapidly expanding, world leading company specialising in the design, build and operation of unmanned boats and their control systems. L3 ASV operate in the military, energy and research sectors and build innovative, technologically-advanced products to solve difficult problems.

Their head office just outside Portsmouth, Hampshire provides a perfect location for the development and testing of our products.

Their success is due to the people they employ – if you’re smart, adaptable, highly productive, a team player and relish the challenge that comes with solving difficult problems then L3 ASV is for you.


Portchester, Hampshire UK


The project management role within emerging technologies requires a different approach to their other engineering projects. Their software engineers and data scientists are researching & developing complex algorithms within autonomy. This includes advanced subject areas such as machine learning, situational awareness and machine vision.

To scope and define tasks without clear parameters is one of the key challenges within this environment. It requires a significant level of clear communication with all stakeholders, managing expectations across all parties so that delivery milestones can be clearly agreed.

As the Project Manager you will be responsible for the planning, management, co-ordination, delivery and financial control of multiple projects.

You will need to demonstrate the ability to work through requirements and agree realistic objectives within this complex research environment. Working closely with customers and subject matter experts.

The position is a mixture of both hands-on project management and detailed project reporting. You will need to demonstrate an exceptional level of organisation skills, along with the ability to engage both internal and external stakeholders.

You will also need to use your positive management style to monitor and occasionally challenge the engineers’ progress and clarify the effort levels required.



  • Proven track record in delivering software, autonomy or technology research-based projects to challenging deadlines.
  • Customer, supplier and internal relationship management.
  • Experience managing projects through full life-cycle.
  • Ability to engage delivery teams using positive management methods.
  • Exceptional organisational skills.
  • Experience collating and editing reports.
  • Ability to decipher complex scopes of work and define requirements.
  • Experience of risk and opportunity management.


  • Engineering degree/HND or equivalent.
  • APMP/Prince 2 or equivalent practitioner level accreditation.
  • Experience of industry standard scheduling and planning tools.


Managing Director.


Dependent on experience.


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