So, you’re a project manager looking for a new job. How about an exciting role working on a military estate in support of our Army customers? You’ll get to work independently to deliver on one-of-a-kind projects. Join a great team at Aspire Defence Services…
As a Project Manager, you will deliver a range of planned building and M&E refurbishment projects. This means supervising and coordinating specialist subcontractors to achieve project deliverables related to time, cost, and quality. In addition, all projects must be delivered to the highest health and safety standards therefore knowledge of CDM and health and safety legislation is a fundamental requirement.
You will also ensure compliance with the company’s procedures and processes, making sure projects are executed in a timely and cost-effective manner with minimum disruption to Services and the Customer.
You should be technically competent, with the ability to think analytically in a logical and systematic manner which shows a structured approach to organising work. Some of this work includes, preparing the Construction Phase Plan and reviewing and approving Risk Assessment and Method Statements from subcontractors.
But first, meet the team…
With a 35-year contract, making soldiers’ lives better is at the heart of everything we do at Aspire Defence Services.
Seriously, picture a heart (the real one) and imagine how hard it works to keep the body running, making sure every part gets exactly what it needs to thrive. That’s our mission; to deliver a modern, fully serviced, flexible working environment for soldiers.
And just as the heart needs certain parts to keep the body alive, we need the dedication and commitment of our people to support our customers. We deliver a broad range of services for one-third of the British Army living and working on our patch, and we're proud of the work we do.
We’re all about nurturing great teams, and our award-winning safety and wellbeing initiatives are built on keeping an eye out for one another and having a good work-life balance.
In addition to being part of our team, you’ll also get…
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, as well as the option to buy and sell holiday
- Contributory Company Pension Plan matched up to 6%, plus individual life assurance
- A shopping discounts scheme
- Employee assistance and health and wellbeing check ins
- Reward and recognition to celebrate outstanding achievements
- Free on-site parking
Ready to join the team?
You must have a Site Managers Safety Training Scheme (SMSTS) qualification.
And though not essential, it would be nice to have an HNC/HND, a degree in engineering, building construction or facilities management, or at the very least an NVQ qualification and significant previous experience in a building, civil, M&E and or FM
Experience in building, civil, M&E and or Facilities Management and delivering multi-funded projects will also be a plus, as well as a fully valid UK Driving licence.
Location - Tidworth
Salary - Dependent on experience
ADSL has a legal responsibility to ensure that all its employees have the right to live and work in the UK. If you are invited to an interview, you will be asked to bring with you original copies of documentation that provides evidence of your right to live and work in the UK. Applicants needing skilled worker sponsorship may not be suitable for this post due to the immediacy of the appointment. If you are made an offer of employment, this will be subject to ADSL verifying that you are eligible to work in the UK before you start work.
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate against protected characteristics. We guarantee that candidates will be given the same consideration and will pass through our established procedures. Please note, this vacancy may close early if we receive a high volume of applications.