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Project Delivery Surveyor

Job details
Posting date: 19 June 2024
Salary: £47,192 to £47,192 per year
Hours: Full time
Closing date: 19 July 2024
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S2 5JX
Remote working: Hybrid - work remotely up to 3 days per week
Company: The Guinness Partnership
Job type: Permanent
Job reference: 10449_1718788677


About the role

We have an exciting opportunity for a Project Delivery Manager to join the North Planned & Building Safety Team. This is a permanent, full-time vacancy initially based in our Sheffield, Castle Court office but with the flexibility to work at other locations throughout the North of England. We are currently working to a hybrid working style. As such, it is a requirement for candidates to be able to work at least 2 days per week from the office/site mentioned above.

The overall purpose of the role is to initially manage the delivery of planned works & building safety remediation works at one of our HHRB schemes, Castle Court in Sheffield. Following completion of the Castle Court Project the role will then involve managing, planned, building safety and retrofit sustainability projects across the North by working with and managing external consultants and contractors.

What we're looking for

We know that how we do things is just as important as what we do, so you'll not only be highly self-motivated with the rigour to pursue goals, but you'll also be a confident collaborator, networker and relationship builder with a willingness to go the extra mile to get the job done.

You'll be able to demonstrate:


  • Proven experience of working within teams successfully delivering planned, building safety remediation and retro sustainability projects.
  • Commercial acumen and experience of managing all commercial aspects of multiple projects.
  • Experience of contract management with external and internal contractor organisations delivering multi discipline projects to achieve value for money and quality.
  • Proven experience of providing excellent customer service.
  • Excellent project management skills.
  • Good knowledge of building construction and repair techniques, building safety and retrofit to current legislation and regulations.
  • Experience of effective budget management.
  • Excellent oral and written communications.
  • Demonstrates the Guinness Behaviours.


  • Up to date practical knowledge of the Building Safety Act, PAS9980, PAS2030/35, sprinkler install standards and associated construction practices.
  • Extensive building/fire safety, retrofit and renewal/regeneration component replacement knowledge.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the activities of a social landlord.



  • Educated to Level 5 (HND) or higher in Building, Construction, surveying, or equivalent.


  • Member of a recognised professional body (RICS, CIOB) or similar.
  • NEBOSH Certification
  • CFPA Diploma in Fire Prevention or equivalent.


About Us

The Guinness Partnership is one of the leading providers of affordable housing and care services in England. We build and manage homes and provide housing services for around 140,000 customers nationwide. Our vision is to deliver great service, provide great homes, to be a great business and to be a great place to work. Because everything we do is about our customers, our communities and our people, any profit we make is re-invested in new and existing homes and improving services.

The Guinness Partnership is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all colleagues, and applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships.

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