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Senior Estates Capital Project Manager

Job Description

Finegreen are currently supporting a large NHS organisation in the appointment of a senior NHS estates professional for their current Capital Programme scheme.

Key responsibilities will include:

  • Oversee the 2023-24 Estates Capital Plan;

  • Manage the existing Estates capital projects team;

  • Develop monthly reports of contract progress ensuring any issues affecting cost/time are notified to

  • the Associate Director of Building Fabric & Investment at the earliest possible opportunity;

  • Report on monthly progress to the Capital Investment Group (CIG),develop design briefs/ works information as detailed under the JCT / NEC form of contract;

  • Responsible managing of and/or undertaking physical site surveys, technical assessments and reports;

  • Ensure the design and specification of major and minor projects to satisfy the agreed brief;

  • Undertake the management of major and minor projects from inception through to completion, commissioning and defects liability;

  • Ensure the preparation of estimates and outline costs. Calculating, setting and agreeing cost limits for projects, and ensuring effective cost control;

  • Act as the budget holder for projects, to predict cash flows and to report on the financial status, pre,

  • during and post contract;

  • Setting design and contract programmes and monitoring to ensure objectives are achieved;

  • Examining design proposals, including value engineering of preferred options, to ensure they provide the best solution; and are economical to maintain and comply with good practice;

  • Prepare and issue tender documentation to SFI’s and producing post tender analysis;

  • Ensuring effective co-ordination of all stakeholders to the project, including client departments, designers, planning, building regulations, health &safety, ICT, security, fire, etc.;

  • Responsibility for co-ordination of the commissioning, furnishing and handover of new and refurbished accommodation;

  • Manage the total project delivery including all services provided by the Estates & Facilities Directorate;

  • Liaison with all stakeholders, client groups, design teams, parent/patient forums, maintenance teams, facilities management teams and others during the design, contract and handover period, up to the end of the defects liability period;

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Educated with a relevant building engineering or master’s degree or an equivalent i.e. professional/post graduate/relevant qualification with a minimum of 5 years’ experience;

  • Proven track record of presentation and authoring strategic NHS related Capital Programme documents;

  • Preparation of financial reports to record financial resource against agreed budget.

If you are interested in the role, please contact Donna Larder on 0161 2419674 or send your to