Estates Strategy Manager

Management Recruitment Group
London (South)
From £53,650 to £58,337 per annum plus excellent benefits
30 Sep 2016
19 Oct 2016
Contract Type
University College London (UCL) is a globally recognised Institution and one of the UK’s most successful Universities. The UCL Estate comprises of over 200 buildings valued in excess of £3bn including more than 4 million square feet of academic accommodation and c. 4000 student bedrooms. The scale, variety and complexity of the estate are unparalleled in the sector. UCL Estates is responsible for managing the delivery of an Estate Strategy with a capital investment programme in excess of £1.25bn over the next ten years. The Estates Strategy Manager will address at a strategic level the longstanding space allocation and management challenges experienced by UCL across its diverse estate, and the need to ensure efficiency and effective use of the Institution’s valuable estates assets. Working with a diverse array of stakeholders, you will provide innovation in space utilisation and portfolio maximisation, analyse and manage data, identify and develop new projects, and work with the University to transform the estate in line with the Estates Masterplan. The successful candidate will possess demonstrable experience and track record in estates management, planning, space management, brief development and project development at a strategic level. A natural collaborator with excellent interpersonal skills and high level influencing abilities, you will have developed a proven track record of delivering property solutions within a complex organisation with a large scale property portfolio. With strong analytical skills, you will be highly skilled in report writing and business case preparation. For a confidential discussion and/or full job details please contact our advisor Ben Duffill of The Management Recruitment Group on 0207 959 2368 Applications should consist of a CV and Covering Letter. Details of the benefits of working at UCL can be found at . We particularly welcome female applicants and those from an ethnic minority, as they are under-represented within UCL at these levels. This job was originally posted as