Project Manager (Band 7)
Newcastle upon Tyne
£33222 - £43041 per annum
Sellick Partnership are assisting one of the largest NHS Foundation Trust's in the UK based in Newcastle Upon Tyne to recruit for a Project Manager on a permanent basis but are open to interim arrangements.
Purpose of the role:
- To commission and Project Manage Major Capital new works Projects on behalf of the Trust.
- Provision of specialist Expert professional advice to all major specialist projects.
- Work with others to ensure affordable capital programmes consistent with business priorities.
- Deputise when necessary for the Capital Projects Manager.
- Lead and manage a team of multi-disciplinary staff in the procurement of capital schemes.
- Provide professional project management and financial advice to ensure projects are procured to correct specification, on time and within budget.
- Manage a variety of Building and Engineering schemes which involve multi disciplinary teams that include External engaged consultants, contractors and Specialist Services.
Skillset and Experinece:
- Building or engineering structures/services background
- Educated to Honours degree level in a building or engineering related subject or HNC with equivalent experience
- Advanced knowledge, training and experience via a combination of formal and informal training courses
- Successful track record at an operational level in a complex NHS environment
- Advance level knowledge of:
- Design, building, planning and construction regulations and legislation e.g. NHS Estates Regulations and Guidance Documents
- Demonstrable successful track record of capital and major revenue schemes;
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work with colleagues at all levels
- Liaise with external statutory bodies, i.e. Department of Health, NHS Estates, Building Control, Environment Agency etc
- Planning and production of comprehensive business cases
- Capable of planning/ design and project manage highly technical schemes
- Evidence of drive, initiative and creativity and negotiating abilities.
- A clear understanding of issues facing the NHS.
- Understanding of economic appraisal, financial and budget management techniques
- Health and safety legislation and other associated legislation practices and associated procedures:
- Fire codes
- Asbestos removal
- Infection, Prevention & Control / legionella
- IT skills on standard packages to include Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and Project 2003
- Chartered Membership of a building/engineering professional body (RICS, CIOB, RIBA, CIBSE etc)
- Evidence of on-going professional development
- Architectural/Engineering background
- AutoCAD qualification
- Management Qualification
- A comprehensive knowledge of engineering/ building services
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