- NHS AfC: Band 7
- Full time: 37.5 hours
- £38,890 - £44,503 per annum
- 03/06/2020 23:59
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The Successful Estates Project Manager will be part of a busy team delivering a variety of projects within the built environment. Reporting to the Senior Technical Project Manager you will take responsibility for ensuring your allocated projects are delivered safely on time/cost/quality. You will be required to liaise with Clinical Staff and Managers across the trust building strong relationships and managing stakeholder expectations.
Contract and Contractor management skills are essential to ensure that whilst undertaking works in a live hospital environment that we mitigate and control work activities so that they have as little impact on service delivery as possible.
The role will often require imaginative solutions to complex problems and would suit a dynamic individual looking for a career in Healthcare or an existing Healthcare employee looking for training and career advancement.
Experience of working within an Estates department managing maintenance or project activities
Self-motivation and drive to deliver projects from cradle to grave
Strong communication and influencing skills
Report writing skills
A building related qualification.
IT Literate with a working knowledge of MS suite and Project
Working knowledge of JCT or NEC based contracts
IOSH or NEBOSH Certificate
Higher qualification (HNC/D or degree) in a building related subject.
NHS band 7
Training and development budget to ensure you grow as a person and a member of the team
Flexible working hours considered
A market leading pension with generous Employer contributions
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