Lord’s Cricket Ground, owned by Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) is the most famous cricket ground in the world, and generally known as the ‘Home of Cricket’.
We are seeking an Estates Project Manager with a proven track record of managing construction fit-out and refurbishment projects preferably – but not essentially – of sport stadia/ facility venues. Positive, driven and a natural collaborator, you will possess excellent communication skills and commercial acumen with the intellectual confidence to succeed in a collaborative environment.
Reporting to the Estates Manager, you will manage a variety of refurbishment and fit-out projects as part of MCC’s annual capital expenditure programme, promoting the culture of exceptional service and delivery, focussed on enhancing Members and spectators’ experience. You will be part of the Estates team with ambitious and dynamic plans for the future of Lord’s and for the delivery of a £200m ground development project over the next 12 years.
Required skills and experience
- In-depth experience in construction related project management; allied to thorough IT knowledge.
- Detailed understanding of Health and Safety especially in the maintenance, construction and contractor management contexts
- A good working knowledge of Project Management controls and systems (Microsoft ‘Project’ or similar.
- Experience of managing multi -functional teams
- Project Management qualification (Prince 2 or APM Project Management Level 1 training or similar).
- Strong people management skills
- High quality written and verbal communication skills
- Strong organisational skills
- Ability to work to deadlines and meet milestones
Values and behaviours
In line with the MCC’s Values, you will demonstrate:
- A positive and proactive approach to all elements of the role.
- Take responsibility for own actions and outputs.
- Be respectful to all MCC employees, casual workers, Members and visitors.
- Actively promote team work by supporting others and sharing knowledge.
- Deliver high quality work/service in a timely way.
- Actively work to help improve standards across the Department.
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Closing date: 18th January, 2019