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The Chalcots major works project team is responsible for the procurement and delivery of a complex, high profile £100M worth project, the scope of which consists of the refitting a new cladding system and replacing all external windows across the five towers that make up the estate.
The post holder will hold operationally responsibility for the delivery of the project including resource allocation, detailed knowledge of the contract, oversee the delivery programme, ensure cost control, lead on the communication plan, including stakeholder consultation and resident engagement e during the delivery phase, lead on effective quality assurance and compliance across the whole project programme.
You will also provide leadership on health and safety policy, ensuring legislative compliance is adhered to. You will also lead on the specific contract management and more general commercial matters in line with the strategic leadership of the Project Director.
You will develop and enhance all associated management processes, procedures and systems – in conjunction with project colleagues and those across Property Management, to ensure that the Council’s statutory duties around project compliance is discharged appropriately and that there is a clear understanding of the legislative context relating to the Council’s statutory obligations on health and safety.
The Chalcots Estate Major Works project team will strive to deliver a best-in-class, high quality example, fire safe, façade project, that will be fully compliant with the references made following Dame Judith Hackitt independent review of the building regulations and proposed new fire safety regulations for high rise buildings.
The post holder will primarily be based on the Chalcots estate.
You will have strong leadership skills and have thorough knowledge of the construction market and the processes to co-ordinate resources and deliver completed projects. You will be competent in the principles of construction programme delivery including Planning considerations, Building Control processes, logistical arrangements, procurement, and contract administration.
You will have a proven track record in the private or public sector to include:
- Successful track record in delivering complex capital major works projects.
- Experience of programme planning, monitoring and implementation.
- Direct management of staff and project consultants in the delivery of projects
- Financial management including budget preparation, resource planning and monitoring.
- Stakeholder and partnership management within the public sector or similar environment
To succeed, you will have strong numerical, written and verbal presentation skills.
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