Join a Team Making a Difference
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea has developed their Property Services team within the last two to three years. They pride themselves on working collaboratively with residents and being technical experts within their field. The team have a supportive, friendly culture which in turn provides a comfortable working environment.
You will be responsible for managing a portfolio of individual contracts and framework call off projects from the RBKC's procured contractor and consultants frameworks within the current budget of circa £50m (for the next three years) for the Capital, Cyclical, Door Renewal, FRA and M&E works programmes.
You will have responsibility from inception to final account of approximately between £5 - £15 million per year, you will be responsible for the delivery of capital building projects within the Councils capital programme, ensuring effective outcomes, delivery on time, within budget, representing value for money, management of consultant and contractor framework, contribute to the development, delivery, management and monitoring of the organisation's capital delivery programme
Please refer to the Job Description for more information
- Relevant professional qualification (e.g. RICS/CIOB) or qualified by experience
- Qualification in Project Management (e.g. APM or equivalent)
- Experience of contract management and procurement
- Operational experience within public sector housing or similar environment carrying out major works schemes
- Experience of managing a minimum of £5 million per year
- Experience of reviewing specifications/designs and challenging consultants/contractors
- Experience in producing a feasibility report
What you'll get in return:
You will receive a competitive salary along with full local authority package inclusive of the Local Government Pension Scheme, 30 days holiday plus an additional 8 public holidays. The opportunity of flexible working including working from home and local retail discounts.
Please outline your suitability for this position by clearly specifying how you meet the criteria outlined in the person specification and job description, as well as the Council's core values.
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