Do you have extensive asset, compliance and project management experience within the construction industry and specifically healthcare sector? If so, this could be the role for you!
My client is working within asset management for PFI projects up and down the UK – within sectors including healthcare, education, social care, etc.
They are seeking an experienced manager, to lead on challenging projects, compliance management, quality assurance and contracts management, etc.
You will be monitoring the performance of all sub-contractors, third-party suppliers, service providers and partners in relation to these projects, ensuring contractual compliance.
Location: Hereford (static role based on site)
Salary: circa £70,000 depending on experience
Benefits: Bonus, Car Allowance, Pension, Life Assurance Cover, Private Healthcare
Contract: Full time, Permanent
You should have worked in the healthcare sector and hold a degree level qualification in a construction or facilities management subject, or equivalent.
You should have extensive project management experience in pressurised environments, ideally with a supporting qualification such as PRINCE2.
You must an excellent understanding of compliance, auditing, quality management and Health & Safety regulations.
You will ideally have a good understanding of project finance and investment within the construction / infrastructure industry.
You might have experience of: Asset management, PFI, PPP, SPC, SPV, Project Management, Compliance, Governance, etc.
To apply, please visit the following URL:https://www.cv-library.co.uk/job/213424462/Asset-Manager-Construction/apply?hlkw=Construction&s=101051&0→
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