Capital Project Development Manager

NHS AfC: Band 8a

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NHS AfC: Band 8a
Fixed Term 2 years
37.5 hours per week
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£40,428 - £48,514 pro rata per annum
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This is a 2 year fixed term role to manage the end to end process of capital redevelopment projects and major relocation projects. The Capital Project Development Manager is a senior key role working closely with Practices, Trusts and CCG groups to oversee the development and implementation on various projects, with responsibility for overseeing, approval, planning and building regulations and managing projects from RIBA stages 0-7 as required through coordination with stakeholders and partners.

This will include the provision of a professional Estates design, technical advice and engineering/construction management service to the partners, including direct management and supervision of all building and engineering matters. The post holder will be responsible for implementing and agreeing costs and timescales, ensuring all the required quality standards are met, to provide a modern, efficient and sustainable facility.

The post holder will liaise directly with councils, prime stakeholder groups and local groups to ensure the successful delivery. This will include responsibility for the design, detailed specification, procurement, planning, implementation and project management and contract administration of projects, in addition to any compliance and associated remedial works required.

The provisional date of the Assessment Centre is the 8th March 2018 and the interview is 12th March 2018 (this is subject to change).


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