Estates Project Manager
Are you an exceptional individual who has what it takes to help shape a progressive future for our estate?
There has never been a more exciting time to join the Estates and Asset Management team at St Mary’s University. Our recent construction of a world-class sports hall was just the first of a host of ambitious changes. Together with a 10 year Master Plan for the site, we will implement significant refurbishment and energy management projects. You will be integral to our success.
With a commitment to high quality and safety, you are ready to manage projects that will leave our estate fully upgraded - more modern, more consistent in look and an ideal environment for higher education in the world of tomorrow. Our expansive Strawberry Hill campus meets the needs of 6,000 students and staff. You have the skills and experience necessary to build on its proud heritage and deliver transformation and growth, by substantially re-modelling a range of facilities.
To join us, you’ll need either a degree level qualification in a building surveying subject, or an equivalent level of relevant experience in estates project development and management. You will certainly have proven experience in the development, implementation and management of both planned and cyclical maintenance and improvement projects and programmes. With a demonstrable ability to work across multi-site estates, you will bring to the role a strong technical understanding of construction and building maintenance. Sound knowledge of budget and project management control, and of CDM and asbestos legislation, is essential. You are used to working with IT packages including the Microsoft Office suite, maintenance databases and, ideally, AutoCAD. You also have a proven ability to write robust and accurate specifications and contracts.
For further information about the role and for details of how to apply, please follow the link in the apply button.
Closing date: 22 January 2017 at 23:59.
Interviews are likely to be held in the week commencing 6 February 2017.