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Project Moves Manager (2 year FTC)

About The Role
An exciting opportunity has been created to lead the Property work-stream relocation and planning activities in connection with the Society’s Branch Redesign project over the next 2 years. The successful applicant will provide detailed planning and organisation skills to enact the programme of key milestones that have been set for the project. You will become the ‘go to’ person that owns the physical move and transitions between locations throughout the life cycle of the project.

Whilst performing the role you will (be):

  • Responsible for supporting the temporary relocation process, working closely with Branch re-design lead and managing associated specialists and 3rd party suppliers.
  • Project manage the Moves and changes processes (both the removal of assets from a branch, their storage or disposal, and the subsequent re-installation of existing and multiple new assets). This will be inclusive of project meetings, finances, health and safety and programming of support contractor activities
  • Act as the primary point of contact ‘on-the-ground’ in each branch during the removal and re-installation phases
  • Provide regular reports on progress and escalate issues as required
  • Supervise / audit relocation works out-of-hours to ensure smooth running of moves for occupation/pre-construction works.
  • Manage and report on schedules and budgets for all move related issues to project management team.
  • Manage the inception and handover stages for each Branch and ensure that a formal process and procedure is in place to deal with any design queries on the brief, testing, and closing out of snagging issues (working closely with the Incident  Management Team)
  • Manage the flow of project information between all stakeholders, including the branch staff, Society stakeholders, design team and 3rd party suppliers through regular meetings and written communications.
  • Working with the Branch Redesign Team, manage document corrections and changes required
  • Assist with estimates and scheduling of works and agree with stakeholders.
  • Liaise with FM site teams to ensure successful handover of relocation associated projects is achieved.
About You
 The successful individual will have strong experience directly related to the delivery of strategic Real Estate and Moves, Adds and Changes services, or equivalent combination of education and experience and a robust understanding of the Property and FM industry and regulations which could affect the Society and able to advise, protect and mitigate accordingly.

You will be a self-motivated and well-organised individual and an excellent team player, with an ability to work as an integral part of a small, dynamic fast paced team.  You will have proven FM/ relocation services and porterage management skills within a multi-site medium sized organization and a detailed understanding of property and project management, activities and responsibilities.  You will demonstrate an excellent understanding of risk management relating to all aspects of the role and a proven ability to liaise with various stakeholders.

You will have a high level of technical competence in Microsoft Office systems, Word / Excel / PowerPoint / Outlook /Project, with particular emphasis on Excel where a high degree of proficiency is required. Experience of Auto Cad is also desirable.

This role will require out of hours working (evenings and weekends) and travel to other sites to achieve the objectives of the role.

If you feel you have the right experience and skills and want to make a positive contribution to the continued success of the Coventry then please apply today

 
The closing date for applications is 27th April 2018

Key Information

Role Title:
Project Moves Manager (2 year FTC)
Salary Details:
Circa £35,000 (dependent on experience)
Number of hours per week:
35
Location:
Coventry-Binley Business Park
Vacancy Type:
Permanent - Full Time
Closing Date:
27 Apr 2018

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