Project Manager required by large housing body to oversee planned maintenance
Your new company
The services of Hays have been retained by our client, the Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE), to recruit a Project Manager (Planned Maintenance) to work out of their office in Belfast.
Your new role
Assisting the Senior Project Manager, you will have responsibility for managing and coordinating the Planned Maintenance programme - your main duties will include:
Leading on project management of complex and large projects to time, quality and budget targets and with minimum supervision;
Briefing consultants and contractors, negotiating appointments and shaping the project;
Drawing up realistic timetables and ensuring projects meet time targets without compromising quality;
Assessing risks and progressing schemes swiftly and systematically to overcome risks;
Provide regular progress reports on the performance of schemes to the Senior Project Manager.
What you'll need to succeed
To be considered for this position you should possess:
A Bachelor's Degree in Building / Construction discipline plus at least 2 years relevant post qualification experience, or;
A relevant BTEC Higher Cert / Diploma or qualification of an equivalent academic level plus 3 years' relevant experience in Building / Construction / Technical Discipline.
Relevant experience should include:
Responsibility for designated budgets and ensuring proper financial controls are in place with planned maintenance contracts;
The collection, analysis and reporting of performance monitoring statistics detailing performance, quality and cost data and related information;
Producing, recording and monitoring performance reports to ensure Key Performance Indicators are achieved; The provision of technical advice and guidance on planned maintenance and contract related matters to a range of stakeholders;
Implementation of policies, processes and procedures for compliance;
Working knowledge of NEC 3 Suite of Contract;
Ensuring that projects are properly managed and delivered in line with the agreed targets, standards and procedures;
Experience in identifying risks, helping maintain a risk register and mitigating risk.
What you'll get in return
The role offers an immediate start where you will get the opportunity to work for a large Housing Body on a long term temporary contract basis.
The role will be employed via Hays in the first instance with weekly payment via BACS transfer with all business mileage expenses being reimbursed. The role allows for an excellent work-life balance with the working hours amounting to 37 per week along with an annual holiday entitlement of 33 days, inclusive of stats.
What you need to do now
Please contact Andrew McLarnon on 02890 446900 to discuss this position in confidence. Alternatively, please apply using the link attached to register your interest.
Please note, the closing date for applications is 4pm on Thursday 27th August 2020.