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Assistant Site Manager

£41,553 - £48,944 per annum
Closing date
23 Jun 2024

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Contract Type
Full Time
Management Jobs
Charity & Voluntary

Job Details

Assistant Site Manager

The Organisation


Our client manages green spaces across London.


They are now looking for an Assistant Site Manager to join their team on a permanent, full-time basis, working 36 hours per week.


The Benefits


- Salary of £41,553 - £48,944 per annum plus an on-call allowance £3,464 per annum, depending on experience

- 26 days' annual leave (pro rata) plus public holidays, increasing to 29 days after 3 years’ service

- Pension scheme (3% employee contribution; up to 10% employer contribution)

- Hybrid/agile working options

- Private medical insurance and healthcare cash plan

- Employee assistance programme and access to mental health first aiders

- Learning and development opportunities

- Cycle to work scheme

- Offices in a beautiful location


This is an unmissable opportunity for a recreational area operations professional to join our client’s prestigious organisation.


In this engaging and unique role, you’ll play a pivotal part in overseeing the smooth running of exciting projects!


What’s more, you’ll ensure that our client’s sites, rich in culture and history, can be enjoyed for generations to come.


So, if you want to work in the heart of London, surrounded by breathtaking views of lush landscapes and historic landmarks, then apply today!


The Role


As a Flexible Assistant Site Manager, you will facilitate projects and programmes in one or more of our client’s sites.


Reporting to the Head of Operations, you will undertake a wide range of projects including service, policy and contract development initiatives,


Supporting programmes, you will assist with the development and implementation initiatives which improve quality, biodiversity and sustainability, as well as supporting the Apprenticeship Scheme.


You will manage, monitor, and develop service contracts; for example, landscape, security or cleaning contracts.


Additionally, you will:


- Work with site, procurement and legal colleagues

- Keep contract information and maps updated

- Represent Site Services and all Site Teams at meetings

- Attend seminars and exhibitions to keep abreast of current developments

- Provide support on planning and licence matters


About You


To be considered as an Assistant Site Manager, you will need:


- Experience with landscape, amenity horticulture, countryside or recreational area operations and management

- Experience of report writing and proof-reading to a good standard

- Experience in resolving enquiries from the public and other stakeholders

- A degree or equivalent qualification in relevant subject, such as BSc Horticulture, Land Management, Environmental Science, Ecology or Conservation, or equivalent relevant industry experience


Other organisations may call this role Assistant Site Services Manager, Assistant Operations Manager, Assistant Service Manager, Assistant Manager, Assistant General Manager, or Operations Assistant.


Our client wants to put everyone in the best possible position to succeed and uses Recite-me accessibility software. At the top of the application page, there is an “Accessibility Tools” button which you can use to complete the application form in a way that works for you.


Our client is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace and is an equal opportunities employer. They value diversity and encourage applications from candidates from all backgrounds. They believe that the more inclusive they are, the better their work will be.


So, if you are interested in this unique opportunity as an Assistant Site Manager, please apply via the button shown.


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