£58k - 61k per year + Package
over 1 year ago
Building Safety Project Manager – £58,000 rising to £61,000
Social Housing Recruitment have a new and exciting opportunity for a Building Safety Project Manager Manager to work with a high performing Housing Association to help shape the future of resident safety. The organisation we have partnered with are community focused who work in partnership with local authorities and a range of RSL's to provide high quality safe affordable housing and support to communities.
The successful Project Manager will need to have experience of contract managing programmes of works within a housing stock, ensuring that contract conditions are complied with within budgets and time-scales. This role focuses on implementing building safety projects and initiatives from Type 4 FRA works, Passive & Active fire protection, Structural works and development/regeneration works on HRRB/HRBs.
This is a fantastic chance to work with a certified top employer within Social Housing. Our client is keen to get someone on board that can hit the ground running and be able to support a dynamic team.
Why this is a great opportunity:
- You will be part of an organisation who have a passion for delivering a positive approach to building safety and are looking to be proactive in the associations approach.
- They are a supportive organisation who value individual members of staff with a personal development programme as well and progression opportunities.
- You will receive flexible working opportunities and lots of support from specialist fire safety and compliance teams.
Building Safety Project Manager responsibilities include:
- Creating and delivering new processes and procedures to help with data capture and collection supporting the golden thread and building information
- Managing projects and contractors delivering key projects on HRRB/HRB from remediation following intrusive surveys and type 4 FRA’s
- Commissioning investigations across the key High-Risk Stock and implementing remediation plans following the analysis of findings from such surveys/investigations
- Leasing with residents and communities to help offer assurance on building safety and to offer transparency on works conducted across the stock
The successful Project Manager must possess:
- Experience working with contractors’ residents and surveyors.
- Experience ensuring projects are delivered on time, to budget and to a high standard.
- Knowledge of building safety initiatives, draft recommendations, MHCLG advice notes and building a safer future.
- Technical knowledge and expertise of property and construction disciplines.
In return, the successful candidate will receive a salary of up to £58,000 rising with service to £61,000. On top of this there is a fantastic benefits package on offer including of 25 days plus bank holiday on top, flexible working opportunities, comprehensive development and training and a free counselling and advice service.
This is an urgent requirement, and we have interview availability over the next few weeks.
To ensure you don’t miss out on this exciting Building Safety position apply now or please contact Social Housing Recruitment on 0203 8000 888.