We are looking to recruit a new Senior Project Manager to lead all aspects of project management to deliver transformational sustainable transport projects. You will have experience of NEC Project Management and will be able to lead a multi disciplinary team to effectively transform the City’s transport network.
About the role
Lead and direct multi-disciplinary project teams in a manner that secures the delivery of multi-million pound projects to time, cost and quality targets.
This is an exciting time to join Brighton & Hove City Council within the Transport Projects and Engineering team. We have an ambitious range of projects to roll out across the city. Though much has already been achieved, much still needs to be done to improve services which will ensure the successful delivery of current projects, as well as developing new ones.
To directly lead teams staff and be responsible for the delivery of capital transformational city transport schemes, such as Low Traffic Neighbourhoods, walking and cycling initiatives, School Streets.
As the successful candidate you will lead, manage and co-ordinate inter-departmental and multi-disciplinary project teams working on strategic multi-million pound projects in Brighton and Hove involving high level discussion and negotiation with planners, solicitors, accountants, private sector developers and transport operators and such other organisations and individuals as may be involved in these projects.
You will have a track record of successfully developing and delivering service improvements, and you will also have a strong customer ethos, a collaborative approach and excellent communication skills across a broad range of diverse groups.
We offer great terms and conditions including the Local Government Pension Scheme, excellent training and development, generous annual leave and staff discounts.
Hours: Full Time, 37 per week
For an informal discussion, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline for applications is 10th August 2022. Interview dates (To be confirmed)
Why work for Brighton & Hove City Council?
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Your starting salary will be pro rata if the above position is less than 37 hours or term-time only.
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We welcome applications from all sections of the community but particularly encourage applicants from a BME or White Other background as well as those who identify as disabled, LGB, female or trans as these groups are currently under-represented in our Directorate workforce.