Salary: £43,000 – £47,000 pa
An exciting role has emerged at Oriel College to maintain the momentum we have achieved with our critical capital and planning preventative maintenance projects. We are seeking to appoint an experienced Buildings Project Officer to join our team, who will enjoy being fully immersed in our projects, being the eyes and ears of the College on our construction projects, and ensuring the high quality of delivery we need to protect our historic buildings and educational operations is delivered. This role will be critical to achieving all we have planned until October 2025.
The Building Projects Officer will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of the construction projects, from start to finish. This includes coordinating the work of the various contractors, ensuring that the work is carried out according to the design specifications, and that the projects are completed on time and within budget.
To be successful in this role, you will need to have strong project management skills, as well as a good understanding of the construction process and a keen eye for detail. You will also need to be able to effectively communicate with all members of the construction team, as well as with the client Project Board.
This opportunity would suit someone with proven knowledge of a number of different trade disciplines, programme monitoring/reporting, quality control procedures, defect identification, snagging and associated handover procedures.
Applicants should be suitably experienced in a similar role and hold a full, valid driving license, have good personal organisation skills and a high degree of flexibility and ability to work to deadlines.
The full job description and information about benefits can be found below.
How to Apply
To apply: please download an Application Form and an Equal Opportunities forms returning both, alongside your CV to email@example.com.
Closing date: 12.00 noon, Monday 16th October 2023
The College exists to promote excellence in education and research and is actively committed to the principle of equality of opportunity for all suitably qualified candidates.