Your new company
The services of Hays have been retained by our client CCEA (Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment) to recruit an Estates Project Manager to oversee Capital Projects. This role is initially offered on a fixed term contract for 12 months with the opportunity for further extension.
Your new role
The role offers an exciting opportunity to lead the development and delivery of a new estates strategy providing a more fit for purpose and affordable estate on behalf of CCEA, with the main duties including:
- Planning and producing a programme to ensure delivery of suitable premises for the organisation;
- Assisting with the procurement of contractors;
- Managing external consultants (design teams);
- Report the progress of the programme at regular intervals to the Project Steering Group;
- Manage risks to the programme's successful outcome;
- The post holder will manage and be accountable to the Director of Finance & Corporate Services on aspects of budgetary planning and control.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be considered for this post you should possess a third level qualification in a relevant subject, such as Project Management, Estates Property Management, Property Investment and Development and at least 2 years' experience of successfully managing delivery of major capital change projects for large organisations.
You should be able to demonstrate experience of:
Managing major construction projects;
Preparing formal reports or papers including analysis of data;
Building positive and productive relationships with staff, customers and stakeholders.
You should have access to a form of transport that allows the you to undertake the duties of the role.
What you'll get in return
The role offers a unique opportunity to work for a Belfast based Public Sector client on a fixed term contract for 12 months with an opportunity for further extension. The salary banding for the post ranges from £39,782 - £49,529 per annum along with the opportunity to join the Local Government Pension Scheme for NI (NILGOSC). In addition to the remuneration package the role allows for an excellent work life balance with a standard working week amounting to 36 ¼ hours per week and a generous annual leave entitlement of 37 days inclusive of stats.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now.
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