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Marcus May
020 3962 9900

Marcus started his career in recruitment in 1997 and has since built up a vast amount of experience within the built environment. Over the years he has largely focused on the Public Sector and has successfully recruited for roles within Capital Works, Facilities Management, Property Manageme


Job Description

REF: 14337
Posted: 24 January 2019
Closes: 20 February 2019

Brunel University London is a global university, dedicated to providing teaching and research relevant to the needs of industry and society, and ensuring the UK has the knowledge base it needs to compete on the world stage.

Since 1966 Brunel has championed innovation and advancement, pioneering new degrees, and giving students the academic education, professional and personal skills they need to succeed in their future. We offer degree programmes in everything from anthropology to aerospace engineering; and business management to healthcare science.

In recent years the University has invested more than £400 million into a campus redevelopment programme and now possesses an impressive range of modern, state-of-the-art facilities to support the activities of a diverse population of over 13,000 students and approximately 2,500 staff. It is also progressing plans for a new £50M Learning & Teaching Centre.

Reporting to the Deputy Director of Estates, the Space Manager will take the lead role in ensuring that the University makes best possible use of its estate portfolio, ensuring that spaces are fit for purpose and effectively utilised.

The postholder will proactively obtain and record data on the allocation, occupation and utilisation of space and buildings owned or leased by the university and provide accurate and up to date information to assist with strategic planning, space reallocations and decanting, as well as to assist with project proposals for future campus development schemes.

The successful candidate will have proven experience in a space planning, space management or workplace management role with a track record of managing and reporting on space data and working on workplace projects. You will have experience of working with CAFM/space data systems and with experience of space strategy and policy development advantageous.

We are seeking an individual with excellent communication skills and the ability to operate successfully at an influential level across a diverse range of stakeholder groups.

Our staff members are integral to our reputation and our students' university experience. We offer a variety of benefits, activities and development opportunities to ensure you excel in your role and enjoy your time working with us. We believe our vibrant and attractive campus environment, excellent benefits, development opportunities, and campus activities, provide a great place to work and nurture a desired work/life balance.

For a confidential discussion and/or to receive the Candidate Brochure, please contact our retained advisors Ben Duffill ( or Marcus May ( at The Management Recruitment Group on 0203 962 9900.

Closing date for applications is 20th February 2019.