Building Information Manager
Building Information Manager
Capital Planning and Programme Management (CPPM)
£42,804 per annum
Application Deadline: 12pm on 28 July 2021
The British Museum has an exciting opportunity to join us as Building Information Manager.
This is a great opportunity to join our growing Capital Planning and Programme Management team. In this exciting role, you will work as part of the client-side capital projects team, responsible for renewal projects across the Museum's estate including the grade-I listed building in Bloomsbury, which serves to protect and display the Museum's unique collection. The role will support across a range of challenging and exciting projects collaborating with array of colleagues from many different departments as well as supporting the Facilities Management team. The main purpose of this role is to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of capital projects and the maintenance of the British Museum estate through the efficient collection, management and dissemination of building data.
What the British Museum can offer?
- Generous annual leave allowance (25 annual leave + 2.5 privilege days)
- Generous civil service pension (Employer contribution of 27.1%)
- Working in the heart of Bloomsbury, London
- Participation in private and public Museum activities, including talks by leading curators from around the world and behind-the-scenes opportunities
- Free entry to a wide range of museums and exhibitions
- Interest-free season ticket loan
- Professional and personal development opportunities
- A rare opportunity to shape a world-class institution
Key Areas of Responsibility:
- Shape a change management programme to develop and implement a building information management strategy incorporating Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes and standards.
- Lead on implementing BIM across a complex, operational historic estate
- Work closely with experienced framework partners to develop an information management strategy consistent with BS EN ISO 19650: 1-3 - Information management using building information modelling
- With Information Services colleagues scope, procure and implement a fit for purpose Common Data Environment (CDE)
- Lead on discharging the Information Management duties of the Appointing Party (the Museum) on construction, renewal and change projects as defined in ISO 19650.
- In conjunction with the Museum's facilities management partners and the Space Utilisation Manager, oversee the continual development of Space Management software and CAFM software to ensure effective synchronisation.
- Manage, the Museum's building CAD files, space database and database of previous surveys and studies
- Educated to degree level or similar relevant qualification and experience
- Experience of strategic and organisational business planning and the preparation of business cases for change.
- Experience in working in Facilities Management or Building Information Modelling
- Excellent judgement and a strategic approach; ability to identify and solve complex problems; able to work on own initiative.
- Diplomatic, and experienced in dealing with senior management; ability to influence colleagues throughout the organisation and work collaboratively with other teams to deliver meaningful change.