Band 7 Capital Development Officer
Are you looking for Band 7 Capital Development Officer role? Interested in working for a large public body for a period of 9+ months with a possible extension?
VANRATH are recruiting a Band 7 Capital Development Officer to provide Estate Services support including the preparation and management of works projects, works carried out under the Trust's Term Service Short Contracts, provision of expert advice and the maintenance of the Estates Information Systems.
c£40,057, alongside holiday entitlement.
- As and when required input into all aspects of the Trust's Term Service Short Contracts - including, procurement, management of contractors, liaison between service users and contractors, development, implementation and maintenance of all procedures, ensuring value for money, management of the minor works list, prioritisation of works, etc.
Provide specialist interpretation of user requirements to formulate capital project brief and act as lead in the briefing of external professional consultants engaged on major and minor works projects for the Trust.
Preparation of contract documentation. Examination and vetting of contract documentation prepared by external consultants. Provide advice to external consultants preparing contract documentation
Development and critical analysis of design team design options, to gain an optimum design within the constraints of conflicting user expectations, versus statutory, health and safety, and other guidance documents including. HBN, HTM, BS etc. Explanation of the constraints to the senior managers and users, to achieve acceptance and consent.
Assess works projects impact on core services and liaise with medical and clinical staff to minimise risk to patients and to maintain continuity of core services e.g. infection control and aspergillus.
Preparing budget estimates for annual works programme. Procurement of works projects through tendering procedures. Selection and appointment of contractors. Tender evaluation, recommendations and notification of outcome to contractors tendering. Interim valuations, negotiations and certification of contractors' payments and final accounts.
Project manage multiple capital and refurbishment projects from inception through to completion and post project evaluation. Develop and critically analyse design options with multidisciplinary design team to determine optimum design within conflicting user and statutory constraints.
Supervise and monitor multidiscipline projects in progress on site; excavations, underground services, Sub structure, super structure, external cladding, internal fit out, roof work, etc. as required.
The Ideal Person
Degree in a relevant Building/ Quantity Surveying OR Electrical Engineering Services related subject plus 3 years' experience working at middle management level in:
Hold the undernoted qualifications or an acceptable equivalent or higher qualification approved by the Department of Health and Social Services:
Higher National Certificate/ Diploma (or equivalent) in a relevant Building Construction / Electrical Engineering related subject
5 years' experience working at middle management level in:
Have completed or due to complete year 2 of the DHSSPSNI graduate Training Scheme.
A member or working towards membership of one of the following:
Experience in the preparation of contract documentation specifications, design information, procurement/ tendering and contract management
Experience in identifying service user requirements, developing/formulating briefs, instructing and managing design teams
Experience in assessing contractor performance including the management of related key performance indicators
Experience in the preparation of estimates for small works projects
For further information on this vacancy, or any other Built Environment job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Chris Haddock in the strictest confidence.