Senior Project Manager (Net Zero) RBKC582211
Hours per week: 36
Contract type: Permanent
Politically restricted post: Yes
Closing date: 14th August 2022
Interview date: Week commencing 22nd August 2022
The Grenfell Tower fire on 14 June 2017 was an unprecedented tragedy which resulted in the loss of 72 lives. The Lancaster West Neighbourhood Team has been recruited in partnership with residents, managing over 800 homes which are undergoing back-to-brick refurbishment.
Our work is focused on working with residents to design and deliver excellent housing services, and co-design and create 21st century model social housing, delivering a deep retrofit that is carbon neutral by 2030.
This unique role is an opportunity for someone who will relish the challenge to work with one of the most diverse and resilient communities in the UK, to lead inter-dependant refurbishment upgrades that improve the performance of the buildings and homes we manage.
The role requires the ability to plan and deliver strategically, whilst also being able to co-ordinate delivery on site. You will have experience of specifying and installing a range of building elements that deliver high quality housing, whilst improving thermal performance and safety.
You will be required to lead several projects concurrently, embracing a culture of co-design to deliver excellent outcomes for our residents.
Please refer to the Job Description for more information.
Are you passionate about making social housing carbon neutral? You will bring a track record of delivering successful projects in a retrofit context, able to assertively client consultants and contractors, with an excellent attention to detail.
Above all, you'll be driven by the passion to make a difference to people’s lives, inspire confidence, and help Lancaster West go carbon-neutral by 2030.
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