Are you an accomplished Quantity Surveyor/ Building Surveyor / Project Manager, or in possession of a similar skillset?
Do you want a rewarding and challenging role that also makes a positive difference to the community?
Then we might have just the right opportunity for you.
Britain’s Energy Coast (BEC) is hiring talented project managers for its Project and Development team. The successful candidates will be working on exciting and significant commercial, residential and mixed-use schemes, getting the chance to be involved with project management from inception to hand over.
Having represented a consultancy, corporate, property company or developer, you will be highly regarded for your ability to financially analyse developments, project manage, engage with wider teams, empathise with clients and help drive projects forward.
The role needs someone who enjoys the challenges of small scale to £multi-million projects. You will embrace the opportunity to work for one of Cumbria’s most ambitious firms with a significant pipeline of projects across the county.
You are likely to be a QS/BS, engineer or commercially aware project manager. RICS, RTPI, Eng, APM qualifications would be welcome but not essential.
Responsibilities will include:
Supporting the Head of Property and Development and Project Team, you will grow into the role and take ownership of individual projects and work streams.
Working for Britain’s Energy Coast also offers the chance to make a positive difference in Cumbria. We are a profit for purpose organisation that drives surplus profit into projects that benefit the community. We believe in the positive regeneration of our locality and all our work has a golden thread of low carbon activity running through it.
As a company, we set high standards of performance and ethical behaviours. The following corporate behaviours underpin the working environment at BEC and assist us in delivering our vision.
If that sounds like the right environment for you, please:
For an informal discussion about the role contact Head of Property and Development, Rob Miller: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Successful candidates can expect a salary of £40-45k dependent on experience, together with a competitive benefits packages – including healthcare, generous pension contributions, lots of holidays and your birthday off.
Closing date: 18th April
Interviews will be held during May 2017