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London, South East England
Construction Project Manager - M a i n Duties and Responsibilities
Management of one or more capital projects including refurbishments, redevelopments and new builds in accordance with the project management processes and policies.
Preparation of a detailed project plans to ensure successful completion of each stage of the
To undertake the appointment and effective management of a team of design consultants and the main contractor for the project, ensuring that all schemes are prepared and tendered in line with the Trust's Standing Financial Instructions. This will include using either the Trust's framework agreements, or to tender in line with Public Sector
Responsible for the effective supervision and management of the contract, including change and performance management and for the successful delivery of the project within a live hospital
Responsible for management of the projects on a day-to-day basis, ensuring compliance with appropriate legislation, statutory approvals, DH mandatory standards (HTMs and HBNs) and with Trust values, policies and
Ensuring that all aspects of the projects are managed on the basis of best practice, promoting sustainability and working towards enhancing patient care and
Responsible for ensuring the correct surveys are carried out, for example structural and asbestos surveys.
Produce reports using the Trust's IT systems included project management and financial management software.
Reporting on a monthly basis (including Highlight Reports, Exception Report, cash flow and forecast outturn, Risk Log etc) as required by the Asset Management processes, and other updates as required by the Senior Project Manager, Programme Manager or Head of Capital
Responsible for management of the project budgets, including raising orders and certification of payments within delegated financial
Authorise payments to contractors and suppliers using the Trust processes.
Managing the projects to ensure that the Trust and the Client achieve best value for money, including value engineering the project as
Completion and maintenance on an on-going basis of internal financial reporting setting out proposed and committed expenditure and cash flow for each project, to include all Agreed Project
Be responsible for the installation of physical assets as part of project delivery.
Stakeholder Engagement and Communications
Liaising effectively with the Client and key internal and external stakeholders, ensuring that they are fully involved during the design development, construction, handover and post project review stages, including signing off the Brief and design at outline and detailed design
Identify and assess risk throughout the project including drawing up and regularly reviewing and updating a costed risk register with mitigating actions and contingency plans, undertaking risk workshops and escalating project risks as appropriate.
The Successful Construction Project Manager should have:
Educated to Masters degree level in a construction related discipline, or with equivalent experience in a construction industry role.
Corporate membership of a chartered institute in the construction industry, ie CIOB, RICS, CIBSE.
Project management qualification (e.g. AMP Project Management Qualification, PRINCE2).
Significant experience of successful project management of projects of high value (up to £10m) and complex projects in a construction or estates related role.
Experience of projects in the NHS and large acute hospital Trusts. (Desired but not essential)
In-depth knowledge of construction processes and of project management methodologies and techniques.
Good understanding of construction contract management including NEC3 and JCT standard forms of contact and procurement options.
Excellent IT skills including use of MS Excel, MS Word, and MS Project.
Ability to present and discuss complex financial, technical and contractual information.
Understanding of design, procurement and construction protocols applicable to the NHS including knowledge of the Department of Health's HBNs and HTMs. (Desired but not essential)
Understanding of the Procure21+/ Procure 22 procurement frameworks. (Desired but not essential)
Knowledge and understanding of health and social care policy. (Desired but not essential)
SharePoint skills. (Desired but not essential)
The successful candidate will be expected to start immediately with a competitive rate of £24.63 - £27.00 per hour total pay. This is a contract position that is expected to last 6 months with the potential of extension or going permanent.
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