Architect Job: Asset Project Manager

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About the Role:

As a Campus Project Asset Manager you will be responsible for the delivery of asset management services, operational and lifecycle projects and stakeholder relationship management across a number of campus assets to ensure that projects and maintenance take account of the continued operations of the campus and that disruption is minimised.

The successful candidate will lead maintenance and project activities within their portfolio. This will include the day-to-day management and auditing of the facilities management contractor to ensure planned and reactive works are delivered to meet the expectations of our campus community.

The Project Asset Manager will be the focal point for all asset management activities. This will include giving support and advice to stakeholders and staff, supporting in the delivery of major projects, and acting as project manager for all minor works, various lifecycle projects and client for all maintenance works ensuring fulfilment of statutory maintenance obligations, inspections and compliance.

About Us:

At the Wellcome Genome Campus we undertake genome and biodata research. We provide bioinformatics resources for the global scientific community and we deliver vital training in genomics and biodata to scientists and clinicians. We are at the interface of research and industry, translating science into tangible societal benefits. The successful candidate in the new role of Projects Asset Manager will be a member of the asset management team within the wider estates and facilities department, supporting the varied sciences carried out here on the Campus.

Essential Skills:

  • Experience of working within a live science based environment
  • Experience using various forms of contract within the construction and property sector.
  • Able to manage a portfolio of work to tight programmes in an occupied environment, able to adapt to changing circumstances and prioritise work.
  • Technical knowledge such as engineering, surveying, carpentry.
  • Proven experience of budget management, cost control, contract management and report writing, ideally gained within a value for money environment.
  • A logical problem solver with good judgement and decision-making capability. Able to remain level-headed under pressure.
  • IT literate with a good working knowledge of MS Office.

Working at Wellcome Sanger

Our flexible-hybrid working environment means you can focus on being productive and part of the team while enjoying the benefits of working remotely and from the Genome Campus when you are in the office.

We aim to attract, recruit, retain and develop talent from the widest possible talent pool, thereby gaining insight and access to different markets to generate a greater impact on the world. We have a supportive culture with the following staff networks, LGBTQ+, Parents and Carers and Race Equity to bring people together to share experiences, offer specific support and development opportunities and raise awareness. The networks are also a place for allies to provide support to others.

We want our people to be whoever they want to be because we believe people who bring their best selves to work, do their best work. That’s why we’re committed to creating a truly inclusive culture at Sanger Institute. We will consider all individuals without discrimination and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees, where everyone can thrive.

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