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Interim Head of Operational Estates

  • £250 - £300 Per Day
  • Freelance
  • London, UK
  • 18155
  • Interim Head of Estates Operations
  • 4 – 6 month interim contract
  • 36 hours per week
  • £250 – £300 per day (premium day rate)

Are you ready to take on a unique opportunity to make a significant impact on one of the UK’s most impressive public venues? We are seeking a personable, dynamic, and engaging individual to join a prestigious organisation as the Interim Head of Operational Estates.

At this venue, they strive to create unforgettable experiences for visitors, and behind the scenes, the operational estates team plays a vital role in making it all happen. As the Interim Head of Operational Estates, you will be at the forefront of managing complex hard service operations, planned and reactive maintenance, as well as the implementation and delivery of the overall estates strategy… all while effectively leading a high-performing team.

What makes this role even more exciting is the similarities this estate shares with the further and higher education sectors. If you have experience within these sectors, you will find the environment familiar, allowing you to leverage your skills and expertise in managing facilities operations effectively.

We are looking for a candidate who can demonstrate extensive experience in managing complex hard service operations. As the Interim Head of Operational Estates, you will have the opportunity to apply your technical knowledge of facilities management to ensure the smooth functioning of the venue’s infrastructure, equipment, and systems.

If you are a passionate, experienced, and dynamic professional seeking an exciting challenge, we invite you to apply for this opportunity, and play a pivotal role in shaping the success of the organisation while contributing to the overall visitor experience.

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