Head of Corporate Landlord and Capital Projects
2-3 months contract with a Local Authority Council
· The Head of Corporate Landlord and Capital Projects will ensure that the Council’s corporate estate of operational buildings is managed to be safe for occupiers and visitors, minimise any adverse impacts on the environment, are located and configured to maximise their benefit to residents, and are financially efficient.
· This will require oversight of day-to-day facilities management, the programming and execution of capital projects, and the planning and delivery of future property needs.
· You will also have overall responsibility for reporting performance against targets and making recommendations through the Council’s governance, procurement and decision-making process.
· Manage and coordinate the effective delivery of the range of services under the postholder’s control in accordance with the services business plan objectives, budgets and performance standards.
· Manage and coordinate the transfer from oneSource (the Council’s joint service organisation with Havering Council) and integration of these functions with the Council’s own corporate landlord functions.
· These include corporate estate management and corporate capital projects.
· Play a proactive role within the Director of Property’s senior management team, making a positive contribution to the achievement of cross-service objectives.
· Oversee an effective planned maintenance regime for building assets, founded upon accurate condition data, to ensure the appropriate and cost-effective maintenance of buildings and plant.
Essential Experience Required:
· A significant understanding of the workings of local government and the challenges of the financial, legal, and political context of local government.
Essential Qualifications Required:
· Educated to degree level.
· Member of a relevant recognised professional body, for example, RICS, CIOB, IWFM (Level 6+).
Additional information to note:
· A significant understanding of the workings of local government and the challenges of the financial, legal and political context of local government.
The closing date for this position is 20/11/23