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Interim Property Project Manager

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Specialisms:
Procurement & Estates
Rate/Salary:
£52,000 - £55,000
Location:
London
Job Type:
Interim/Temporary
Start date:
ASAP
Sector:
Charities
Qualifications:
 
Contact:
Bradley Kleyn
Fax:
 
Reference
BK/PPM/1407

I'm working with a Charity who have a vacancy for 6 months for a candidate to support them with a number of property related projects. There are several relocation projects at various stages and several other premises requiring lease extensions or project plans to be laid to fit in with their lease terms. Therefore you will need to have a strong Property and Estates background in order to fulfill this requirement.

Key duties of the Property Project Manager include

  •  Leading the property team in providing first-line response to property related help-desk enquiries in a polite, timely and efficient manner
  • Liaising with key contacts including landlords, managing agents, local authorities etc, and ensuring the charity complies with lease and legal obligations and is appropriately insured
  • Researching, preparing, editing and proof reading regular project reports and other written materials, including FM and property management related policies, user instructions, FM Manual and intranet (Connect) content and updating records and register of leases
  • Conducting tendering and procurement exercises (strictly in line with Procurement policy) and monitoring contract compliance in collaboration with the procurement manager
  • Supporting projects as assigned or agreed by the Head of Property & FM including supporting the planning and design of the shops
  • Responsibility for ensuring that in property matters all organisational procedures and processes are strictly adhered to with documentary evidence to support
  • Preparing regular and detailed project updates for the property board and ensuring adherence to financial and procurement policies at all times

Key experience required includes:

  • Proven experience in building professional partnerships and relationships within the property management field, including architects, contractors, builders, surveyors, clients etc
  • Possess a good technical knowledge of building construction
  • Experience of monitoring Health and Safety compliance including the evaluation of risk assessments in a property/building capital works context
  • Proven experience of leading on property project management in a similar environments - either through managing major property/ building refurbishment type projects from inception to completion
  • Demonstrable ability to produce, monitor and control project and other budgets and produce financial reports on time and accurately

If you have the required experience as above please send your CV to bradleykleyn@morgan-law.com