Senior Project Manager - Building Safety

Please Note: The application deadline for this job has now passed.

Job Introduction

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Main Responsibility

We’re looking for a Senior Project Manager to join our team. This is a great opportunity for you to take the next step in your career. You will manage complex remediation projects for inception through to completion. Leading a team of five project managers you may be involved in up to 15 remediation projects with the aim of achieving cost, time and quality targets.

You will motivate your team, organise tasks and resources to ensure remediation works are successfully completed and that the team excel in our KPI’s.  You will apply strong negotiation skills to work effectively with consultants and contractors to ensure successful commercial outcomes. You will have a clear vision, correlating with the demands of each the project, developing new strategies and implementing corrective action where necessary. 

Our priority is to ensure the safety of our customers in their homes – whether they are tenants, leaseholders, or shared owners. The Building Safety directorate was established in April 2020 to respond to the significant changes in fire safety following the Grenfell tragedy

This role comes with responsibility, and you’ll thrive in this kind of environment. NHG is committed to your continual development and will support you with ongoing qualifications and professional development.

The Ideal Candidate

The Senior Project Manager will be responsible for leading a team of project managers, owning, managing and delivering a number of projects assigned to you.  Proven track record in successful project management and negotiation is key. You will work with original developers where appropriate or procure contractors through the NHG Framework. You will be expected to report on the progress of projects, provide updates to external stakeholders and departments across the business, keeping customers and colleagues informed.

This post is exempted under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and as such appointment to this post will be conditional upon the receipt of a satisfactory response to a Basic check via Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS).

In return we offer a competitive salary, generous annual leave, health cash plan, season ticket loan, life assurance and a generous contributory pension offer as well as other benefits packages.

To apply for this role, please upload your CV and supporting statement. Your supporting statement should contain specific examples from your own experience demonstrating how you meet the professional expertise and skills criteria in the role profile. Please ensure that your Supporting Statement is no more than one page.

Please see the Role Profile for further details. You can request this from our Recruitment Partner - Retinue Solutions.

For further information or an informal conversation regarding the role please contact Tom Bullock 07384 798 495 t.bullock@retinue-solutions.com  

Applications for this role close on 14 July 2022

About the Company

Notting Hill Genesis is now one of the largest housing associations in London and the south east. We own and manage more than 66,000 homes and employ around 2,000 staff. We provide homes across a range of tenures and are committed to continuing to deliver housing that is affordable to all. Our roots reach back to the 1960s when our legacy organisations were established by local people who shared a similar vision – to house west London’s working poor, providing them a home from which to build themselves and their families a secure future.

Our people

We value our people and both respect and celebrate their differences. We’re proud to say that our colleagues come from different backgrounds, with varied outlooks and are from all over the world. We encourage and are committed to diversity. We know that when people with varied experiences and unique points of view come together, it makes us a stronger organisation and more able to help the wide range of residents that we serve. We want all our colleagues to bring their full selves to work in a culture and environment based on respect and fairness, regardless of role, background or ability.

Our pledges

We are proud signatories of the G15 group’s diversity pledge to encourage more diversity in the boardroom and at senior level.  The pledge on Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) diversity commits NHG to reflect the ethnic diversity of the communities we work in at all levels and particularly at senior managerial, leadership and board levels.

We have under-representation of BAME colleagues at this level and are keen to fill this gap. We welcome applications from everyone. For this role, we especially encourage BAME candidates to join us and be part of an inclusive culture that celebrates diversity, equality of opportunity and provides a place for you to grow your career.

We are also a Stonewall Diversity Champion, a Disability Confident employer and have signed up to Harry’s Pledge. We actively monitor the diversity of our workforce and strive to show equal representation throughout all levels of the organisation.

To find out more about Diversity and inclusion at NHG, please visit our website.

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