A large healthcare organisation are looking to appoint an interim Capital Projects & Property Manager for a period of 3 – 6 months, whilst they undertake the recruitment process for the permanent role.
- Provide a senior professional managerial service on all Building related Minor New Works Capital Works and Property issues with direct responsibility for a large professional and technical workforce;
- Contribute a senior managerial input into the capital and site development and long-term Estates strategies;
- Service lead for the Trust’s project management and property services section;
- Deputise for the Chief Building Officer/Deputy Head of Estates & Facilities;
- Provide, coordinate, develop and manage highly specific and highly complex Building and Property specialised input into multi-agency estate strategies site development and modernisation projects;
- Manage and coordinate costs recovery for non-patient income;
- Give senior managerial input/support to Trust service objectives;
- Develop the existing in-house project team; to make it more professional, capable and quality driven, thereby reducing the reliance on external consultants;
- Hold High levels of awareness relating to profiling, scheduling and delivery of complex capital programmes;
- Demonstrate detailed knowledge, experience and application of project management, programme management and systems relating thereto;
- Responsible for delivering and developing Estates and Engineering training to groups of staff throughout the organisation: Building technical and professional property training; Policies and Procedures and Standing Financial Instructions; Operational training; Specialised training on Contracts Management;
A successful candidate will have:
- Chartered Surveyor or Architect and a member of an appropriate professional institution;
- The highly specific and technical nature of the post will require The CPPM frequently to act on his/her own initiative, giving orders, instructions and advice on service provision affecting the whole organisation and its third party occupiers.
For further information on this role please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org