Posted 25 days ago

Capital Programme Contract Manager


Job Details


Role Purpose
Deliver Housing Capital Programme contracts ensuring the objectives, targets and priorities of the Council are achieved whilst remaining compliant within statutory regulations.
 
The Housing Capital Programme team undertakes approximately £20m per annum of spend on a range of improvement projects (including retrofit, compliance, and decent homes) to the 5,600 landlord properties within the HRA. Examples of contracts delivered include:

  • Replacement kitchens and bathrooms
  • Re-roofing
  • Replacement windows and doors
  • Installation and updating of door entry systems
  • Upgrading insulation and ventilation
  • Major environmental improvement programmes
  • Electrical testing and remedial works
  • Fire safety works (e.g., fire doors, emergency lighting, and compartmentalisation)
  • Water safety works
  • Deliver the annual capital programme for the service including decent homes, net zero and environmental works, capita programme environmental works, Water treatment plant replacement programme, Net Zero programme.
 
Provide high quality Housing Capital Programme service expertise to assist in the delivery of the Council’s aims, objectives and operational planning.
 
Responsibilities
  • Assist in the delivery and compliance of all statutory, corporate policy, and regulatory requirements to protect the Council and its services.
  • Ensure all responsibilities for which the post holder is responsible are carried out in accordance with current Legislation, Government Policy, Regulatory Requirements, approved Codes of Practice and guidance, and align with the Council’s Corporate Plan, Business Plans and Service Plans.
  • Assist on internal and external audits for all workstreams allocated to them.
  • Deliver Capital Programme contracts across areas of responsibility, which are customer focused, deliver value for money, and maintains properties.
  • Assist in setting clear standards and performance targets to all Capital Programmes allocated to them and monitor and report on progress in meeting them.
  • Understand, uphold, and promote the aims of the council’s equality, diversity, and inclusion policies; health, safety and wellbeing of self and others; and Organisational values in everything you do. Equality and Diversity practice covers both interaction with staff, service users and communities and includes challenging discrimination and promoting equality of opportunity for all.
 
Qualifications
  • Relevant professional qualification (e.g. CIOB) or extensive experience in the construction sector.
  • Good general standard of education (minimum to GCSE standard or equivalent, including English and Mathematics).
  • Evidence of continuing development of professional and management skills, e.g. through training, qualification and/or experience.
 
Desirable
  • Full membership of a relevant professional body, e.g. CIOB.
  • Qualified to degree level or equivalent in a construction or related field.