Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Limited (CCRL) is a new Joint Venture company formed by the Church Property Trustees and Christ Church Cathedral Reinstatement Trust to reinstate the Christ Church Cathedral. It is envisaged this significant project will be undertaken over a seven to ten year period.
Reporting to the CCRL Directors, you will ensure best in class leadership and delivery of the Christ Church Cathedral reinstatement in line with the strategy and objectives of CCRL. This legacy defining role will draw on your previous expertise leading large scale and complex vertical construction projects. You will manage and drive accountability through all facets of the project including design, contract management and construction while leading a multi-disciplinary team. You will also oversee complex pieces of procurement, so your first class negotiation, stakeholder and financial management skills will be essential. Additionally, you will ensure stakeholders feel engaged in the Project through the development of strong communications channels.
- Robust monitoring, controlling and reporting at a strategic level on all facets of the Project’s performance
- Skilled communication ability to actively manage a multi-stakeholder environment
- Strong technical and commercial acumen gained from a similar complex project delivery environment
- Ideally experience with heritage projects, but more importantly is your proven ability delivering large and complex construction projects
- Results driven with a strong understanding of safety and risk leadership
A Position Description for the role is available here.
By taking on this exciting challenge, you will develop and lead a collaborative team focused on reinstating an iconic building within the heart of Christchurch. If the opportunity to deliver on the next phase of Christchurch’s regeneration matches your skills and interest, please submit your cover letter and CV by clicking on the ‘Apply’ button. Confidential initial phone enquiries can be made to Nick Carter on 03 345 8764, or Amanda Hance on 03 345 8754.
Applications for this role close 5pm Monday 6 August 2018