Capital Projects & Property Manager
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;
- 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.