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Project & Works Manager - Rural

Postuler REF: RUQ1027

An outstanding opportunity has arisen to become a key member of the Rural Land Management and Consultancy team further developing Strutt & Parker’s technical capabilities in Scotland.

The Rural team provides a wide range of land, estate, farm, forestry and property management and professional rural advisory services. The team works closely with our agency and commercial business line colleagues across five offices in Scotland and with the wider team across our UK network. This role will expand the skill sets and service offering within the rural team by developing our rural building surveying and technical capability. The role will work closely with commercial building surveying and planning and development colleagues.

Managing and delivering planned and reactive repair, maintenance and improvement programmes and systems for a significant portfolio client and other private clients across Scotland.

Key deliverables

  • Working with our asset management teams to manage repair, maintenance and improvements projects including new build/replacement works on an extensive and varied portfolio of agricultural, residential and rural commercial assets;
  • Working with our shared services and central portfolio management teams to develop our systems and practices to provide a best in sector service offering to our rural client base.
  • Responsibilities
  • Identifying required repair, maintenance and improvement works;
  • Managing budgeting, procurement, supervisory and reporting systems;
  • Overseeing and assisting as required with reactive repair systems;
  • Identifying and out-sourcing additional support or expert advisory requirements;
  • Working with shared services and portfolio management teams to maintain and develop robust contractor on-boarding processes;
  • Overseeing and reporting on statutory compliance works;
  • Delivering reactive and programmed works in accordance with client KPI requirements;
  • Seeking opportunities to leverage skill and expertise to develop new business for the wider team within Scotland.

Key Skills

  • Competent and experienced surveyor/technician with experience of delivering required scope of work across a range of rural assets;
  • Able to undertake or oversee building condition surveys / assessments;
  • Able to undertake or oversee energy performance and improvement measures;
  • Empathy and understanding of traditional and modern rural building practice;
  • Good knowledge of building and compliance standards and statutory consent process;
  • Ability to analyse situations and provide practical solutions;
  • Ability to advise detailed specifications, materials and processes for repair, maintenance and improvement projects;
  • Sound knowledge of procurement systems and processes for small, medium and large scale projects;
  • Knowledge and understanding of NBS preferred;
  • Good knowledge of contractor management, contract administration and employer’s agent experience and understanding of various forms of procurement (including the SBCC JCT suite of contracts);
  • Working knowledge of GIS and CAD and ability to procure specialist outsourced technical expertise as required;
  • Good IT and presentation skills to be able to interpret, analyse and report against budgets, KPI’s etc.

Person specification

  •  A composed and logical approach;
  • Good time management and ability to prioritise workloads to meet deadlines with accuracy and attention to detail;
  • Excellent communication skills;
  • Capable of building and maintaining good relationships with team members, clients and tenants/occupiers;
  • Flexible approach to work and hours undertaken;
  • Able to manage own time and key deliverables in a flexible hybrid working environment;
  • Self-motivated to develop own skill and expertise appropriate to role.


  • Relevant undergraduate/postgraduate degree or equivalent
  • Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists advantageous though not a prerequisite
  • Conservation Accreditation advantageous though not a prerequisite.

BNP Paribas Real Estate is committed to providing a work environment that fosters diversity, inclusion, and equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, gender, age, creed, sex, religion, national origin, disability (physical or mental), marital status, ancestry, sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression, or any other legally protected status.
BNP Paribas Real Estate is proud to be an inclusive employer, as recognised by our RICS Inclusive Employer status and membership to Stonewalls Diversity Champion Programme

Primary Location: GB-SCO-Inverness-shireJob Type: Standard / PermanentJob: FINANCIAL AND TECHNICAL EXPERTISEEducation Level: Not indicatedSchedule: Full-time Reference: RUQ1027