Hindlip Hall, Worcester
£35,484 – £40,662
The closing date for this post is 12 noon on Wednesday 30th June 2021
Interview date – week commencing Monday 19th July 2021
This is a fantastic opportunity for an experienced and proactive Project Manager to join the new Estates Team of the Office of Police and Crime Commissioner West Mercia Police.
The main purpose of the role is to undertake project management, including establishment of project aims and objectives, financial management and construction of Estates Projects across West Mercia Police and Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service.
To be responsible for all key stakeholder engagement, and ensure project objectives are tested through benefits realisation process, to aid the departmental and organisational delivery of key operational and strategic projects.
Actively support the Head of Projects with the delivery of revenue and capital projects to ensure completion in accordance with statutory and regulatory deadlines and Business Plan.
You will be responsible for demonstrating value for money investment on all projects by ensuring the client commercial and procurement processes are adhered to and will interface with West Mercia Estates asset management, asset strategy and operations teams to ensure that the West Mercia Police and Hereford and Worcester Fire and Rescue Service.
Experience of delivering projects within the property and construction sector is essential. Candidates must be able to demonstrate and provide evidence of;
Higher BTEC (or equivalent) in Construction or evidence of accreditation obtained through work based Continuous Professional development with substantial experience of Client Project Management duties. i.e. CIOB, RICS
Qualified up to a degree level, or equivalent experience in project management
Demonstrable, solid understanding of project management processes, theory and practice
Experience of procurement processes and procedures in regard to construction projects
Working with varied client base and negotiating difference to meet organisational requirements
Good communication, interpersonal skills and negotiation skills
An ability to work as part of a team
Proven ability to prioritise and manage time effectively and be able to work unsupervised
Supervising of contractors, suppliers and professional services
We embrace diversity and welcome applications from everyone.
We are also happy to talk flexible working where it is suitable for the role.
If you require any support to complete your application or you have any questions please contact the recruitment team on 01905 718444 (press option 1 then 5) or email [email protected]
To read more about the added benefits and rewards of working for West Mercia Police, please go to our website.
Internal applicants who are in need of redeployment will be offered positions ahead of other candidates, subject to them passing a selection process.
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