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Assistant Manager / Senior Assistant Manager (Building) [Development & Estate Department]

  • The National Institute of Education invites suitable applications for the position of Assistant Manager/Senior Assistant Manager (Building) in the Development & Estate Department.

    • A  Degree in Engineering /Building/Interior Design/ Project & Facilities Management or other equivalent with 3 to 5 years’ relevant work experience in the construction and built environment industry. Applicants with a Diploma in Engineering /Building/Interior Design/ Project & Facilities Management or other equivalent with a minimum of 10 years relevant work experience in construction and built environment industry are welcome to apply
    • Relevant working experience with strong knowledge and understanding of building construction or Interior fit out, Addition & Alteration (A&A) works, Building Renovation & Refurbishment (R&R) works, feasibility study, budget estimates, project management processes and planning
    • Well versed in relevant authority/regulatory codes and practices, and proficiency in AutoCAD and space planning
    • Good project management, communication and writing skills
    • Experience in building/land maintenance, and management and contract administration will be an added advantage
    • Knowledge in green technologies and Green Mark requirements
    • Certified Green Mark Facilities Manager / Green Mark Manager (BCA) will be an added advantage
       
    • Responsible for carrying out requirements gathering, feasibility studies, developing project timeline, evaluating proposals and coordinating with various stakeholders for development projects, A&A works, R&R and improvement works
    • Prepare specifications and documentation for calling quotation and tender
    • Oversee, co-ordinate and monitor the progress of the development projects, A&A works, R&R and improvement works, to ensure projects are completed on time and within budget with acceptable quality
    • Initiate, manage and oversee the building maintenance regime at NIE premises which includes routine and audit checks, monitoring and ensuring maintenance and repair works are done in a timely manner, managing the performance of the contractors and proper supervision of contractors' works
    • Oversee projects including reporting, coordination with consultants, external agencies, contractors and project team members to ensure that the project meets timelines, quality standards and within budget
    • Manage and administer contractual obligations and service standards; ensure adequacy of tender specifications for maintenance and improvement works contracts, ensure maintenance standards and schedule of works are performed in accordance to the terms of the contract, and review and manage schedule of rates, contractors' performance and KPIs
    • Carry out space planning
    • Asset and furniture management
    • Any other duties as assigned
  • 28 February 2018
  • NIE staff can take chartered buses at their own expense from or near their homes to the NIE campus. This is subject to availability of seats.