MPI have a requirement for a Facilities Project Manager – Estates and Facilities to be based on site at Sealand, Deeside, Flintshire.
This is a contract until the end of June 2021
Approx 37 hours per week working 5 days a week.
The rate of pay is £16.68 per hour PAYE
To manage the delivery of all FM capital projects across the Companies organisation including the production of the specification, planning, procurement, implementation and evaluation processes.
RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE JOB
Responsible for the development and delivery of all FM capital projects.
Responsible for the production and sign off of all business cases for each FM capital project.
Responsible for the production of meeting notes and actions from numerous projects ensuring they are circulated to relevant participants and acted upon.
Requirement to research and analyse information for each capital project to comply with Building Regulations, Construction Design and Management Regulations and Greening Government initiatives.
Production and development of specifications for each FM capital project to ensure the effective procurement of each project.
Develop options and recommendations to contractors on buildings to ensure projects are delivered in line with statutory requirements.
Assess and verify Risk Assessments and Method Statements of all contractors associated with projects to ensure projects are managed in a safe environment.
Responsible for the production and management of information to provide assurances that all FM capital projects are delivered on time and to budget
Provide advice and guidance to the FM team on small level capital works to ensure projects are delivered in line with statutory requirements.
Represent Estates & Facilities at external contractor meetings providing answers to queries on policies and procedures.
Responsible for the statutory compliance of each capital project delivered in line with the Companies accredited quality management standard.
Provide advice and guidance to Procurement with regards to the installation of mechanical, electrical and building fabric to ensure services are procured and delivered in conjunction with statutory requirements.
Manage the accounting, costing and billing process in line with parameters set of each FM project.
Presenting progress reports to Senior Management Team (SMT) and Executive Management Board (XMB).
Evaluate the success of the project against its agreed benchmark, sharing lessons and best practice with the organisation.
Participate in Business Continuity Planning workshops and exercises.
As and when required provide management and leadership to the FM team.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS
Good working knowledge of MS Projects.
Good working knowledge of MSWord/Outlook in order to produce minutes of meetings.
Excellent organisational and analytical skills required.
Able to prioritise workload with demands of role and in line with Corporate Plan.
Excellent interpersonal skills.
Numeracy skills, in particular good working knowledge of Excel, in order to account for costs across multiple projects.
Knowledge of Building Regulations and CDM Regulations.
Able to build a high performing team or work through multidisciplinary teams.
Able to motivate people.
Must be able to multi task due to managing numerous projects
INTELLECTUAL DEMANDS OF THE JOB
Must be able to use own judgement in order to make decisions around project deliverables.
Work with a high level of autonomy in order actively keep up to date with all projects and update accordingly.
Although managing others is not part of this role’s remit there will be a requirement to challenge other managers and work colleagues due to the intellectual demands of the job.
COMMUNICATION DEMANDS OF THE JOB
The job holder will communicate with all levels of staff across the organisation from shop floor operators to senior managers, verbally, face to face and in written (email) format.
Regular contact will be required with the Head of Estates & Facilities to ensure any project issues are reported and acted upon accordingly.
Although there are no physical demands of this role there is a requirement to sit at a desk for a long period of time analysing information.
There is an element of emotional demand for this role in that the job holder needs to be able to make quick decisions and interpret complex data across multiple projects.
You must be able to work in a busy office environment which can be noisy at times.
You may be required to inspect building plant and boiler rooms where space may be confined.
You must be able to undertake snagging on projects as part of the practical completion, whereby site attendance is required.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
PRINCE II or equivalent
Previous experience of working within a busy Facilities Management department especially working on capital projects.
Previous experience of working within an Estates and Facilities Department.
Construction Design and Maintenance (CDM) Regulations Certificate.
Member of Association of Project Managers (APM)