Capital Projects Manager
A large healthcare organisation is looking to appoint a senior Estates and Facilties specialist within their Capital Programme Team.
- Develop the existing in-house project team to make it more professional, capable and quality driven, thereby reducing the reliance on external consultants;
- Provide, coordinate, develop and manage highly specific and complex Building and Property portfolio, with specialised input into multi-agency estate strategies site development and modernisation projects;
- Have a senior level input into the capital and site development for long-term Estates strategies;
- Manage and coordinate costs recovery for non-patient income;
- Responsible for decisions and reach judgements involving complicated and highly complex facts or situations where expertise in a field is required;
- Hold specialist knowledge and experience that will allow judgements to be made on situations which are highly uncommon and unforeseen;
- Analyse and action situations, information and events where complicated issues are involved and solutions may not be obvious;
- Demonstrate reporting techniques and detailed analysis of mutual relating to financial flows and spend;
- Responsible for design, construction, maintenance and commissioning of engineering and building services and equipment; knowledge of Commercial and Contract law related to the NHS;
- Communicate regularly with Estates staff, senior Trust staff, senior staff at outside agencies and other Trusts, Department of Health, NHS Estates, Local Authorities and other regulatory bodies.
- Extensive, in-depth experience in a similar role at management level; ideally a Chartered Surveyor or Architect and a member of an appropriate professional institution;
- Detailed, highly developed specialist knowledge of estate asset and property management and land and property valuation;
- Knowledge of waste management, legionella, energy, environmental, decontamination issues and life-critical engineering services;
- Expected to communicate complicated and conflicting information regarding technical, policy and service delivery issues;