|Job Ref:||204724656||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||London||Address:||Salary:||£60000/annum plus excellent benefits||Post Date:||04/10/2016 07:05|
The University of Westminster was founded as Britain's first polytechnic in 1838. Since then it has developed into a university that combines both metropolitan and cosmopolitan dimensions, and which is closely involved in business, professional and academic life within London, as well as overseas.|
The University has always been, and continues to be, imaginative in recognising new needs and developing appropriate offerings for its many target markets. The University also has a strong and historic commitment to promoting equality and embracing diversity. As a place to work or to study, we strive to strengthen our reputation as a welcoming and inclusive organisation. As a global university located in a world city, we are home to over 5,000 students and 500 staff from overseas.
Reporting to the Associate Director of Estate Development and Planning, you will personally manage a diverse caseload of high profile and high value projects emanating from the University?s 2020 vision. As part of the University?s £200m+ capital development programme, projects will include a mix of new build and refurbishment projects that will to provide ?best in class? teaching, research, residential, commercial and social space. Projects will range in value from smaller scale schemes up to major developments in excess of £20m and as the Lead Project Manager you will manage them from feasibility and brief development through to completion.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of leading a range of projects in a comparable context. Experience of working in collaboration with stakeholders to develop design, to procure design teams and consultants and to deliver projects within a live environment are essential for this role. Proven delivery of full life cycle programmes and experience of coordinating a programme throughout a team is desirable. It is anticipated that you will hold an appropriate professional qualification.
This post attracts a benefits package which includes 35 days annual leave plus University closure days and public holidays, a generous pension scheme and a commitment to wellbeing and personal and professional development. Further information can be found at
To arrange a confidential discussion and/or to request the full briefing particulars please contact our retained advisor Emma Taylor of The Management Recruitment Group via email or on (Apply online only).
Closing date for applications is 23rd October 2016