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Land and Property Project Manager Fixed Term Until 31/03/2024 - Ref: 21-22346
£39,571 - £41,591 a year | Temporary 31/03/2024
- Job title:
- Land and Property Project Manager Fixed Term Until 31/03/2024
- North Wales Economic Ambition Board
- Closing date:
- 19/04/2022 09:17
- Job type/Hours:
- Temporary | 31/03/2024 | 37 Hour
- £39,571 - £41,591 a year
- Pay Scale:
- Llandudno Junction
Gwynedd Council offers an attractive employment package, for more information please click on this Information Pack
For Further information about the post and Ambition North Wales, click here
Gwynedd Council operates internally through the medium of Welsh, and offers all its services bilingually. The applicant will be required to reach the linguistic level noted as one of the essential skills in the Person Specification.
We encourage everyone who applies for a job with Gwynedd Council to submit job applications in Welsh or bilingually.
(Applications submitted in English only or Welsh only will always be treated equally, but we ask applicants to consider carefully what the linguistic requirements of the job in question is and if it would be more appropriate to submit an application in Welsh.)
For further information about this post please contact David Mathews on email@example.com
Interviews will be held 10/05/2022
Application forms and further details available from, Support Service, Gwynedd Council, Council Offices, Caernarfon, LL55 1SH
Tel: 01286 679076
CLOSING DATE: 10.00 AM, TUESDAY 19/04/2022
If you are successful to be short listed for an interview you will be contacted by E-MAIL using the address provided on your application form. You need to ensure that you check your email regularly.
•Confident communicator and negotiator with strong emotional intelligence
•Innovative thinker and problem solver
•Flexible mindset and willing to accept with responsibility, differing priorities and recognising and adapting to change.
•Excellent organisational skills.
•Ability to work under own initiative as well as within a team environment.
•Ability to work under pressure.
•Proven ability to meet deadlines and targets.
•Ability build relationships and to motivate and inspire others to act.
Qualifications and relevant training
•Degree/postgraduate in a relevant field (or equivalent).
•Project / Programme Management Qualification (e.g PRINCE 2 Practitioner or equivalent).
•Member of a Professional Institution such as the RICS, RTPI, RIBA, IED or similar.
•A minimum of five years post professional qualification experience.
•Previous experience in either property development, planning, design and construction or project delivery.
•Evidence and a record of continuous professional development.
•Experience of successful programme and/or project delivery to deadline and to budget.
•Experience of effective public/stakeholder engagement.
•Previous experience of contract management.
•Experience of working with Elected Members and dealing with politically sensitive issues.
•Experience of applying for external funding and / or business case development.
Skills and specialist knowledge
•Knowledge or awareness of Town and Country Planning, design and construction, land and property development, urban regeneration, public sector procurement and an awareness of legal and contractual issues.
•Good interpersonal and communication skills.
•A good working knowledge of project management methods.
•Good knowledge or awareness of techniques for planning, monitoring and controlling projects.
•Understanding of financial management practice.
•ICT literate, at ease with Word, PowerPoint, Excel and relevant databases and social media.
•Knowledge or awareness of the Five Case Business Case Model methodology.
•Understanding of bid writing / business case development process.
Listening and Speaking - Higher Level
Able to follow a conversation or discussion through the medium of Welsh and English on a professional level and discuss general day to day topics in the field in order to present information and express opinions.Able to give a pre-prepared presentation and respond to any comments and questions on it in Welsh or English.
Reading and Understanding - Higher Level
Able to understand standard written Welsh and English; both formal and informal.Able to gather information from various sources such as letters, reports, articles through the medium of Welsh and English in order to fulfil the post.
Writing - Higher Level
Present written information confidently by letter, more detailed and technical report formats, and respond to written requests conveying information, ideas and opinion in Welsh and English (help is available to check the work).
1. Leadership of assigned projects including design, negotiation and planning within the Land and Property Programme.
2. Management and delivery of assigned projects within the Programme.
3. Stakeholder engagement and working collaboratively with partners to deliver programme objectives.
4. Development of business cases using the Better Business Case methodology
5. Delivery of individual project objectives and contributing towards cumulative Programme outcomes and targets on time and within budget.
6. Co-ordination of projects and their inter-dependencies across the Programme and within the wider Growth Deal Portfolio.
7. Support projects to deliver on our climate change and biodiversity targets.
Responsibility for functions (e.g. people, budgets, equipment)
1. Managing project budgets, monitoring expenditure and costs against delivered and realised project outputs and wider programme benefits.
2. Management of people and resources across project teams including allocation, management, recording and analysis of work outcomes.
3. Responsible for relevant equipment including laptops and mobile phones.
Duties and Responsibilities
Land and Property Programme
• Project-manage the development and delivery of priority Land and Property projects identified by Ambition North Wales.
• Progress project applications for legal and compliant project funding opportunities as required.
• Oversee and lead the development of Full Business Cases for Land and Property Projects.
• Manage and input to relevant Project / Programme Boards as required.
• Work with key regional stakeholders, partners and governments to ensure successful delivery of Projects and Programmes.
• Establish relationships with Welsh and cross-border Enterprise Agencies to support the strategic aims of the Growth Deal and to obtain examples of best practice investment opportunities where appropriate.
• Project design and business case completion including negotiations with internal and external parties to reach agreement within the Programme.
• The management of multiple complex projects from outline approval to implementation and completion.
• Quality assurance and compliance for all project work.
• Providing professional support including quality assurance to other projects within the wider Growth Deal portfolio.
• Supporting and co-ordinating programme management systems and disciplines to adopted best practice.
• Co-ordination and management of inter-dependencies across programmes and projects.
Programme and Contracts Governance
• Negotiation, management and review of contracts.
• Capital and revenue project budget and grant management.
• Maximise the efficient use of resources in the delivery of projects.
• Achievement of agreed commercial targets.
• Performance management and accountability at project output levels.
• Risk management and accountability at project output levels.
Reporting and Accountability
• Reporting on project and resource planning as required.
• Quality assurance of all data and performance reports.
• Acting as an expert and trusted advisor within the Portfolio Management Office.
• Act as an advocate for the Growth Vision and the region.
• Development and management of effective external relationships at all levels.
• Management of external project communications and public relations.
Compliance and Conduct
• Compliance with all adopted policies, procedures, best practice and statute.
• Demonstrate the highest standards of professional behaviour and values.
*This post is part funded by the European Social Fund through the Welsh Government.