regional lifecycle manager2022-11-28T00:14:05+00:00
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regional lifecycle manager Job Vacancy in Stirling, Scotland, UK
Randstad C&P are working with a leading FM provider who are looking for a Regional Lifecycle Manager to join their team on a permanent basis in Stirling however travel across Scotland will be expected.
Within this role you will be responsible for managing the day to day surveying including scheduling of site visits, agreeing with client operations times, duration of visits and production of final reports. You will also actively manage the lifecycle funds where our Client holds lifecycle sufficiency risk.
Manage the compilation and implementation of a schedule of lifecycle works with operational teams across the business
Compile reports to clients detailing lifecycle works for the immediate contract year, a 5 year look ahead, and a full term look ahead (or as contract dictates).
Monitor and report on lifecycle works in conjunction with site staff to cost / schedule in accordance with condition surveys.
Actively manage and control reactive lifecycle spend by contract, highlighting and challenging unexpected variances.
At least five years’ experience of working within a lifecycle FM environment
Knowledge and experience of contracting terms relating to lifecycle
PFI/PPP/NPD experience in an education and / or health environment
Proven ability to write detailed and complex reports for external parties
Educated to Degree standard (preferably Quantity Surveying or similar); OR
Significant demonstrable relevant industry experience
Recognised health and safety qualification (desirable)
If you would like to hear more about this opportunity please submit your CV via the link. Interviews are being held immediately.
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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