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Senior Development Managers x 3

Senior Development Managers x 3

Job Title: Senior Development Managers x 3
Client: Surrey County Council
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Surrey
Salary: £61,463 - £69,541
REF: 731291
Contact Name: David Weir
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Job Published: over 1 year ago
Job Expiry Date: 14 Jul 2020

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Job Description

These three roles offer an opportunity for talented development managers to be part of an ambitious programme that will shape the future of Surrey and improve service delivery through transforming the council’s land and property assets. Successful applicants will be welcomed into an incredibly dynamic environment within a commercially minded council that is prepared to match ambition with investment.

Senior Development Manager – Commercial

Operating right across our commercial and non-operational land and property portfolio of over 1000 assets, as a Senior Development Manager you will play an integral role in realising new commercial opportunities for income generation through development, regeneration, joint ventures, investment, acquisitions and divestments.

Senior Development Managers – Schools and Community Services

We also have openings for two Senior Development Managers to focus predominantly on schools and wider community services developments. As well as new build schools and school extensions to meet the growing demand for school places across Surrey, projects could also include the transformation and redevelopment of our libraries, leisure centres or other council projects.

As part of the Project Delivery team within the council’s Land & Property function, you will be responsible for developing and realising the council’s ambitious capital programme. This capital programme for the next five years represents a step change in the scale of delivery in the County, in terms of size, investment value and complexity. The projects within it will transform the delivery of Council services through improving or rationalising the existing estate and replacing those elements that cannot meet current or future needs. The investment needed is estimated to be up to £1bn over the next five years and individual projects will range in value from £1m to £50m.

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