Playground Games is looking for a technically minded, experienced Technical Project Manager to join our Facilities team.

As part of the Facilities team you will be involved with delivering a number of complex Facilities projects. This role will be split between the Playground Games studios based in central Leamington Spa.

You should have

  • Extensive and demonstrable experience of planning, leading and delivering a range of high budget, complex FM projects including office refurbishments, HVAC & electrical installations, IT projects and other specialist or bespoke projects
  • Extensive experience in a similar Facilities Management/Project Management position
  • Degree level or equivalent qualification in Facilities / Mechanical / Electrical or relevant Engineering field
  • Solid understanding of M&E and Facilities Management practices and techniques
  • Experience of working in a multi-site estate
  • Exceptional organisational and methodical problem solving skills
  • Demonstratable experience of leading and managing projects
  • Excellent time management, prioritising and the ability to handle a complex, varied workload
  • Demonstrable experience in problem solving
  • Strong communication, negotiation and influencing skills across all levels
  • Exceptional attention to detail
  • Ability to look at the bigger picture when deciding best course of action
  • Professionalism and discretion
  • Commercial awareness

Desirable

  • NEBOSH qualified in Health & Safety is desirable but relevant experience/knowledge in H&S will suffice
  • Experience in the games industry would be beneficial but not essential

This is a fantastic opportunity to join one of the world’s most exciting games studios, using cutting edge technology to create world class games with an established, highly talented and collaborative team.

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“I love being part of the Playground family and working with so many highly motivated and hugely talented creatives. It’s truly inspiring to watch projects develop and work in an environment where people mutually respect one another for what they create or do.”