Job ID 1269914
Career Level Manager
Building Contracts Manager
Role anticipated for 6 – 9 months, proof of CIOB/MRICS accreditation required –
Flexible hybrid working – expected onsite 1-2 days depending on workload.
Akton Resourcing are looking for a Building Contracts Manager for our Public Sector client in Sutton. We require someone who Programme manager level, delivering major works, leading on procurement routes, managing major works programmes within affordable housing sector. Looking for someone to come in and hit the ground running.
To lead the development and promotion of strong and effective relationships with nominated key partners and SHP colleagues to ensure that maximum value and service is derived from the supply base for all business units, residents and service users.
Manage the repairs and maintenance service for a district covering responsive and planned projects, voids and programmes of capital and revenue spend.
Manage service providers and consultants to deliver high levels of service. Take the lead as contract manager on borough-wide contracts as required
Prepare, monitor and deliver the allocated budgets for the responsive repairs service.
Validate partner contractors' open book costings and work with the contractors to develop strategies for reducing costs and ensuring value for money is achieved at all times.
Evaluate building repairs and defects providing guidance and direction both on and off site as to how to manage the issues to ensure all repairs are carried out to high standard and in a timely manner. Carry out building measured surveys, write specifications, procure contracts and take on the role of contract administrator.Essential:
Knowledge and experience of Building Maintenance including Health & Safety management.
Financial & budgeting skills to set, forecast, manage budgets understand risk profiles and explore VFM opportunities.
Experience of managing service providers in a social housing context.
Experience of managing technical staff.
Strong and practical knowledge of leaseholder legislation and processes surrounding Section 20 requirements