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 ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGIST
  • Manchester (M30)
  • Permanent

Role

To undertake detail design drawings, construction drawings and running projects from RIBA stage 3 to stage 7. Primarily working on converting and refurbishing existing buildings from care homes and domestic properties to homes with shared facilities for adults with Mental Health.

Key attributes we will be looking for include:

  • Preferably MCIAT qualified
  • Minimum 3-5 years’ experience working on existing buildings
  • Site experience
  • Preferably Contract Administration experience
  • Fully conversant with Building Regulations and ability to implement.
  • Proven experience in delivering complete working drawing CAD packages.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • A comprehensive understanding of Autodesk Revit is essential.
  • Have excellent organisation and management skills.
  • An analytical mind with strong problem-solving ability.
  • Ability to work with other trade disciplines and external consultants.
  • Both office and site based across the UK.
  • Will be subject to DBS check
  • Driving licence with own vehicle

Desirable

  • Experience in residential and care home design.
  • Experience with forms of traditional construction.
  • A working knowledge of NBS Create is desirable but not essential.
  • A current and valid CSCS card is desirable but not essential.
  • Experience of using excel or project management software.

To apply click the link below to attached your CV and covering letter and quote ‘REF:ATHO‘ as the subject heading.

 REGIONAL MANAGER – LONDON 
  • London Region – to be based at Islington
  • Permanent

Role

Due to expansion we are looking to appoint a regional manager to be based at our Islington site. The role will be to provide leadership and direction to the Service Managers and teams as well as be accountable for the ongoing management, development and improvement of services to ensure high quality individualised support provision. You will be an integral part to the business, developing and delivering the operational KPI’s in line with Northern Healthcare’s strategy.

Responsibilities

  • Adopt a holistic approach to support individuals; including effective partnership working with local authority commissioners and health professionals, demonstrating a truly collaborative approach.
  • Develop positive and proactive relationships with the local commissioners and all other external funders.
  • Support and manage change positively within the region to ensure ongoing development of the services provided and proactively manage the growth plan for the region.
  • Ensure effective leadership, promoting a culture of transparency and continuous improvement.
  • Ensure training and development of all staff within the region, to meet regulatory and contractual requirements and maintain a skilled workforce.
  • Develop, maintain and evaluate systems and structures to promote the rights, responsibilities and diversity of individuals.
  • Work in partnership with all internal departments to ensure Northern Healthcare’s aims and objectives are achieved.
  • Manage and monitor regional and individual operational budgets effectively, ensuring a value for money approach to service delivery.
  • Plan and facilitate regional meetings in line with organisational requirements.
  • Provide effective to commissioners’ audits & regulatory inspections by the regulator and ensure appropriate action is taken as required.

Key attributes we will be looking for include:

  • Ideally you will have 3+ years’ experience working within a similar role.
  • Previous experience working at a regional operations level and achieving revenue targets.
  • Coming from a Mental Health/ Learning Disability / Care home background is advantageous.
  • Ideally you will come from a Nursing or Occupational Therapy background.
  • Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills.

To apply click the link below to attach your CV and covering letter and quote ‘REF:RMGRLDN‘ as the subject heading.