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Asset Project Manager

Asset Project Manager - Central London

£55k (depending on experience) plus bonus

The National Health Service has chosen our client as its partner for more than 40 projects.

They choose them because they do as they promise.

They help it and its local authority partners deliver modern, integrated health and social care services by providing high-quality, affordable, community-based facilities.

They are now seeking an experienced Asset Project Manager, based in their Piccadilly London office to lead and manage the following key projects both in London and the North West of England:-

? Large alteration and refurbishment variations
? Lifecycle expenditure planning
? Construction defect resolution works

The role will include ensuring the suitable specification and accurate lifecycle costing of any assets to be added as a result of projects, verifying value for money and working with the Strategic Asset Manager to optimise the portfolio's assets.

To be successful you will need to have:-

? Degree level education in a project management or a building related discipline
? Hold or be working towards a professional membership, such as from the RICS, APM, CIOB or IAM
? A proven track record of leading, planning, coordinating, managing and delivering construction, alteration or refurbishment projects with multidisciplinary teams on time, within budget and to agreed quality standards, ideally within a consultancy or client-side environment

? Knowledge and experience of working through RIBA Stages, procurement and tendering procedures

? Experience of planning and scheduling lifecycle asset optimisation, replacement and renewal programmes
? Pre and post contract understanding with contract administration experience
? Sound technical knowledge of building fabric and construction with the ability to review, challenge and produce suitable building specifications
? Good understanding of M&E systems and terminology
? Solid working knowledge of