Would you like a role where you are not constantly reacting? Fusion21 runs tender processes for FM contracts in the public sector and is seeking to strengthen its established procurement team with someone with FM experience. We have vacancies for an Associate Project Manager and a Project Manager.
The roles would suit a Facilities Manager, Operations Manager, Regional Manager, Bid Manager, or Mobilisations Manager looking to move on from a hectic day-to-day FM environment. That’s not to say you won’t be busy. As a procurement consultant you will work on a number of projects, having the opportunity to identify issues and shape contracts at the tender stage setting up clients and service providers to succeed.
Some of the attributes we are looking for include:
- Good attention to detail;
- Ability to write and review documents e.g. specifications;
- Understand contracts and payment mechanisms;
- Analyse financial information with a knowledge of FM P&L;
- Intermediate/Advanced MS Excel;
- Good interpersonal skills;
A Project Manager or Associate Project Manager at Fusion21 spends time preparing proposals, selecting suppliers, writing tenders, evaluating bids, and making recommendations. You do not need knowledge of the public contract regulations, although this is desirable. The successful candidate will be expected to complete their CIPS qualifications, for which Fusion21 will provide time and cover all course fees.
Applications are welcome from candidates living anywhere in England, Scotland or Wales, working from home. Some project-based travel is required notionally 1 day per week. 35 hour working week with a culture of minimal overtime. Semi- flexible working.
Fusion21 provides compliant procurement frameworks for property, construction, and the built environment in addition to social value services, Fusion21 prides itself on making a real impact – whether that’s on bottom-line cost savings for the public sector, or seeing a local community begin to thrive.
Active nationwide, Fusion21 has delivered savings worth more than £268 million for its members and won awards for achievements in procurement and social value.