Interim Management

Leveraging the extensive professional networks of our management team and associate base Revive is able to rapidly deploy experienced managers to meet your short-term project or medium term requirements. Our interim managers specialise in problem solving, filling strategic roles and delivering high quality results under challenging time frames, either to compliment other Revive initiatives or as stand alone appointments.

Project Managers

A Project Manager (PM) is responsible for overseeing the successful completion of projects and can work in a wide variety of fields, such as information technology, construction and advertising. Although specific tasks will depend on a Project Manager’s employer and their current project, they will generally be responsible for the creation, organization, execution and completion of specific projects. This includes managing relevant employees, setting deadlines, communicating with company executives about the state of the project, ensuring projects stay on track and on budget, and adjusting if necessary to meet new requirements.

Important duties and responsibilities for a Project Manager include:

Creating long- and short-term plans, including setting targets for milestones, adhering to deadlines and allocating resources
Delegating tasks on the project to employees best positioned to complete them
Identifying and managing potential risks and liabilities of multiple projects
Assisting in the definition of project scope and goals
Making effective decisions when presented with multiple options for how to progress with the project
Serving as a point of contact for teams when multiple units are assigned to the same project to ensure team actions remain in synergy
Communicating with executives or the board to keep the project aligned with their goals
Performing quality control on the project throughout development to maintain the standards expected
Adjusting schedules and targets on the project as needed
Motivating people involved in the project to complete tasks on time

Commercial Managers

Commercial Managers use skills in project management and leadership to increase the sales of an organization. Commercial Managers have the following responsibilities:

  • Manage client relationships and identify opportunities for new contracts
  • Analyze data and generate reports to identify potential for business growth
  • Monitor local and federal regulations
  • Bid on new projects and negotiate contract terms
  • Recruit and oversee contractors and vendors

Operations Managers

An operations manager is key part of a management team and oversees high-level HR duties, such as attracting talent and setting training standards and hiring procedures. They also analyze and improve organizational processes, and work to improve quality, productivity and efficiency.

An Operations Manager is responsible for keeping track of the big picture and identifying potential areas of improvement. The average Operations Manager’s responsibilities include:

  • Long-term planning to create initiatives that further the company’s overall goals
  • Coordinating different teams to foster exchange of ideas and provide cross-team learning opportunities
  • Assessing and analyzing departmental budgets to find ways to minimize expenses and optimize profits
  • Inspiring and motivating employees to perform at their best through positive encouragement and incentive initiatives
  • Communicating with the board or other senior officials about shifting company priorities and projects
  • Identifying potential problems and points of friction and working to find solutions in order to maximize efficiency and revenue
  • Identifying opportunities to expand or shift course in order to take advantage of changes in the market

Finance Managers

The financial manager’s responsibilities include financial planning, investing (spending money), and financing (raising money). Maximizing the value of the firm is the main goal of the financial manager, whose decisions often have long-term effects.

Example Finance Manager responsibilities include:

  • Maintain cash flow by reviewing banking activity and reconciling monthly reports
  • Develop and interpret databases and financial models
  • Establish, monitor and achieve company financial goals
  • Manage company budget to maximize revenue and identify potential areas of cost savings
  • Promote continual process improvements in specified budget areas
  • Implement report production, productivity and quality standards


An Engineer’s duties and responsibilities ensure the safety and effectiveness of a process, system or product. Engineers work within a team and must be able to cooperate with other coworkers to ensure the success of a project. Effective communication plays a role between Engineers, customers and businesses. Other engineer responsibilities include:

  • Making plans using detailed drawings
  • Preparing estimates and budgets
  • Creating accurate project specifications
  • Designing engineering experiments
  • Creating technical reports for customers
  • Completing regulatory documents concerning safety issues
  • Finishing projects on time and within budget
  • Communicating with clients and coworkers about analysis results
Change Management