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Capital Project Manager

Up to £50000.00 per annum
 
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Jonny Scott Managing Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Job Description

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Capital Project Manager on behalf of a university based in Northwest London. The position is to start as soon as possible on a permanent basis. Actual daily hours may vary; however, candidates will be expected to work a 35.5 hour working week. The salary is £50,000 per annum, plus benefits including 30 days annual leave excluding bank holidays and a 10-day closure over Christmas.

Key Responsibilities
* Project Management: Manage all assigned infrastructural developments across the university from inception to completion, following best practices and the RIBA Plan of Work.
* Budget & Programme Management: Oversee project budgets and ensure timely execution of projects.
* Stakeholder Coordination: Develop and manage internal and external project teams, including external consultants and university departments.
* Procurement: Manage procurement processes and ensure compliance with university rules.
* Value for Money: Apply and oversee VFM techniques, ensuring all requirements are considered before decisions are made.
* Compliance & Safety: Ensure all projects comply with Health and Safety legislation, CDM regulations, and university guidance.
* Reporting: Provide regular updates and detailed reports on project progression to senior management.

Essential:
* Degree level education or equivalent work experience in project management within the construction industry.
* Proven experience in budgeting and financial control.
* Strong communication skills and a customer-oriented approach.
* Ability to prioritise under pressure and work effectively in a team environment.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Microsoft Project.
* Extensive experience in managing projects from inception to completion in a complex environment.
* Knowledge of construction legal requirements and bylaws.

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