Senior Project Manager

Location
London (Central), London (Greater)
Salary
£55,000 - £60,000
Posted
12 Mar 2019
Closes
11 Apr 2019
Ref
OE1058
Job Function
Project Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

We are working with a London Housing Association to recruit a Senior Project Manager to drive forward an exciting development programme which includes new homes for affordable rent and private sale.

Our client has been delivering housing for over 150 years in central and west London and currently manages around 5,000 homes in the capital. As well as affordable homes to rent they also develop properties for private sale on the open market, as well as homes for sale on a part-buy, part-rent basis to help more people get a foot on the property ladder. All of the revenue made from property sales is reinvested into building more affordable housing and supporting services and community work.

To help achieve their exciting plans to develop more residential housing in London we are working with this client to find a Senior Project Manager to ensure new developments are delivered on time, on budget and achieve high standards of quality and energy efficiency.

You will oversee projects from inception to completion, working as part of a Development Team which is responsible for an exciting new-build development programme which includes:

• Affordable rented housing

• Supported housing

• Care facilities

• Key worker accommodation

• Private sale and shared ownership schemes

The client is committed to designing and delivering schemes that not only respect the environment through effective waste management, energy and water conservation, but are living spaces where people choose to live and feel proud to call home.

The successful candidate will have:

• Extensive experience of delivering new build housing for a housing association

• Relevant professional qualification

• Good construction knowledge

• Excellent project management skills

• Proven problem-solving skills

• Good financial skills

• Report writing and research skills

• Ability to handle busy workload and delegate when appropriate

• Project leadership skills

• Experience of managing complex projects with little supervision

This is a great opportunity to work for a fantastic and stable housing association which is growing and is focused on delivering high quality housing.

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