- Reference: 918-FM10080
- Band 8a
- Salary: £48,526 - £54,619 plus HCA where applicable
- Location: Birmingham, Bristol or London
- Term: Permanent
At NHSBT we stand for hope. We stand for life. We stand for helping people do something extraordinary, saving and improving the lives of others. As an essential part of the NHS we take pride in playing our part to make the most of absolutely every donation – from blood and organs to tissues and stem cells. Every day we bring our values of caring, expert and quality to our roles. When we break new scientific ground, when we connect with donors and families, when we help to save a life – it’s because of each and every one of us. The donors who make our work possible do so selflessly, giving life and changing lives for the better. It is because of them, and the people who need their lifesaving and life-enhancing donations, that we strive to be the best in all we do.
We are looking for a General Practice Chartered Surveyor with strong experience and a track record in property management together with leadership and people management skills.
Working with Estates and Facilities Managers, you will manage all property matters associated with the NHS Blood and Transplant estate. You will provide advice on all property matters, including rents, rates, valuations, service charges, acquisitions and disposals. You will brief the Estates and Facilities team on the implications of all relevant property management developments, including changes in legislation and best practice.
You will lead a cross department team in inspecting and evaluating properties to decide which properties to move forward with.
You will also build lasting relationships with busy operational staff and oversee the negotiations and legal matters for a leasehold property acquisition. You will also work with the facilities and construction teams to fit out the property and build upon the experience to continually improve the outcome for future acquisitions or disposals.
Please click on the link to the candidate information pack to view the full details about the role and how to apply.
Closing date: 9 October 2022.
Interviews are expected to take on the 3 of October 2022.
For further information please contact email@example.com
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