ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF ESTATES PROJECTS
North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust require a highly motivated Associate Director of Estates Projects to provide a customer focused comprehensive Estates Project Service to deliver the elements of the Trust’s Core Capital Programme, along with assisting the Deputy Director of Estates and Facilities to develop and deliver the Estates Strategy.
The post holder will liaise with and support the Trust’s capital planning team in the development of business cases for schemes requiring Department of Health of Treasury approval. And will also be responsible for the line management of the estates projects team.
You will work with the Associate Director of Engineering and Estates in the development of the Backlog Maintenance programme and delivery of the schemes. As well providing expert advice on all aspects of varying complexities of estates projects which affects the Trust’s ability to achieve its priorities as detailed in the strategic framework ensuring time, cost and quality standards are met.
You will work with the wider estates maintenance team to ensure projects are delivered fully compliant with legislation, HTMs, HBNs etc., utilising specialist advice (i.e. AP/AEs) and design consultants.
You will work closely with all directorates across the Trust, both clinical and non-clinical in relation to redesign works to ensure full stakeholder engagement. Providing expert advice and guidance on technical and complex building management issues, identifying solutions to ensure changes are fit for purpose, overcoming any barriers or contentious issues that may arise due to conflicting priorities.
You will be a highly capable Estates and Capital Professional used to working within a very large multifaceted organisation with multiple stakeholders and dealing with numerous requests and issues at any one time. The role will require you to be a corporately minded individual, have excellent organisational and communication skills, strong leadership qualities, well developed programme management and change management capabilities, an eye for detail and ability to use your own initiative. You will be expected to embrace changes in the delivery of health care and to identify and implement innovative solutions that support the Trust’s strategic objectives and to provide senior leadership to the Estates and Facilities directorate so that it exceeds the expectations of patients, visitors and staff.
The successful candidate will be expected to have a flexible approach to working hours as befits a 24 hour / 7 day service of the Estates & Facilities Directorate, including out of hours attendance at work.
£61,777 – £72,597 per annum
|Permanent||Grimsby & Scunthorpe|
The North Lincolnshire district is a mixed industrial and rural community. In addition to the main centres of Grimsby and Scunthorpe the area has many picturesque market towns and villages, including Brigg and Barton which are small market towns concerned with light industries and agriculture. The remaining population is in a mainly farming rural area which extends into the attractive Ancholme Valley and the gently sloping hills of the Lincolnshire Wolds, which have been designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, with extensive beaches along the coastal strip. These make North Lincolnshire the ideal destination for walkers and cyclists.
Educational facilities in Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole, and the surrounding area of Lincolnshire, are of a high standard. The house prices in the area are amongst the lowest in the UK. There is a wealth of cultural and sporting activities in the district suitable for most needs. This includes a marina at South Ferriby for sailing in the Humber Estuary, and a number of well-regarded golf clubs.
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Grimsby and the Surrounding area
Scunthorpe and the Surrounding Area
Goole and the Surrounding Area