Suffolk, United Kingdom
£200 - £240 per day
27 November 2020
26 January 2021
Cobalt are working with a large NHS Trust in Suffolk to recruit an interim Capital Project Manager for an initial 6 month contract, paying £200-£240 per day LTD rate (inside IR35, via umbrella company) depending on experience and skill-set.
The successful candidate will contribute towards the development, implementation, establishment and review of performance management systems within the capital development function - it is critical that this is done collaboratively with others within the department and across the other Divisions. You will assist with all aspects of service delivery within the relevant corporate functions of the Trust to agreed quality standards and within the resource and income base available, to support the Trust's development as a clinically led organisation.
The key objectives are:
· To assist the Head of Capital Development and Senior Project Managers in providing key customer service and operational support to all key stakeholders and client groups.
· To contribute as part of the team to ensure that key performance indicators for Estates and Facilities are met including national, regional and local returns and reports.
· To ensure all relevant systems and databases are accurate and up to date.
· To contribute to the development of processes within the team.
· To keep own knowledge and skills up to date and attend relevant training and development.
· Act as an ambassador for the Trust, ensuring the positive development of the Trust brand, championing the Trust's values.
You will have/be:
· Previous capital project management experience within the healthcare sector.
· Demonstrable track record of delivering capital schemes, in particular new Emergency Care Departments and ward refurbishments.
· The skills to ensure projects and services are compliant with Health and Safety Legislation, latest Health Technical Memorandums (HTM), Health Building Notes (HBN) and other NHS procedures, Control of Infection, Internal Audit and Industry good practice.
· The ability to manage all risks relating to allocated projects.
· The ability to work collaboratively with the Divisional Directors, Clinical Services, Head of Operations, Clinical Delivery Leads and other colleagues to ensure that allocated capital schemes are delivered to time, cost and quality constraints.
If you would like to discuss this opportunity in greater detail, please contact Connor Humpage on 020 7478 2554.