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The Olympia, G40
£45,453 - £59,349 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
35 hours per week
Work From Home:

This position has expired.

Clyde Gateway is Scotland’s largest and most ambitious urban regeneration company. We are recruiting a project manager to join our award winning property team. You can be part of our legacy with this permanent, full-time position (35 hours per week) and a salary range of £45,453 and £59,349 per annum depending on experience. The successful candidate will enjoy a flexible working culture, generous annual leave and be auto-enrolled in an excellent defined benefit pension scheme.


We are seeking to recruit an experienced property professional to lead on the place aspect of major regeneration projects which will contribute to the physical, economic and social transformation of the Clyde Gateway area.

This is a permanent, full-time position (35 hours per week) within a hybrid working environment with a salary range between £45,453 and £59,349 per annum depending on experience.

The successful candidate will be auto enrolled in a defined benefit pension scheme and will benefit from up to 31 days annual leave.

Reporting to the Senior Manager (Property) the postholder will undertake a range of activities to lead on strategic and operational aspects of property activities including acquisitions, disposals, lettings and leases, development agreements, relocations and inward investment and procurement.

We have worked in partnership to deliver investment ready land and award winning properties. It is within this area of our work that the successful candidate will focus. As a multi-disciplinary organisation we also expect a level of flexibility and transferable skill.

Post specifics:

This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated individual who has a proven track record to deliver specialist property advice and to work in an exciting and fast paced environment.

Key Tasks:

  • Deliver priority disposals and acquisitions, promote and market the Clyde Gateway area as a location for private sector investment
  • Asset manage investment properties and sites including The Olympia, Eastworks, New Olympia House, The Bothy and Red Tree Business Suites as well as other investments and residual assets. 
  • Support the inward investment programme by managing enquiry reporting and response programme.
  • Lead on all legal and financial aspects of asset management including managing agents, letting, financial and legal management and production of investment property trading accounts and property related budgets.
  • Direct the work of external property professionals, consultants and others in pursuit of property matters.
  • Support as necessary area masterplanning exercises, physical project development, and capital investment projects.
  • Provide advice and information on land values and undertake valuations as required to support annual financial statements.
  • Deploy development agreements, joint ventures, ‘asset-backed’ arrangements and other methods in pursuit of strategic objectives.
  • Appoint and manage technical consultants and other property advisers on land and property matters.
  • Deal with the transfer of assets to and from partner members and deliver complex land assembly programmes and CPOs.
  • Prepare development appraisals, financial reports and Board papers to allow investment decisions to be made.

Person Specification:

 Essential Criteria:

  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in a related role.
  • Professionally qualified RICS 
  • Outstanding track record of leadership on property issues within regeneration schemes or investment property portfolios. 
  • Experience of preparing marketing strategies for property disposal for inward investment purposes.
  • Strong evidence of delivering complex land assembly programmes and CPOs.
  • Proven track record in all stages of property transactions with evidence of structuring and managing complex deals to conclusion.
  • Undertaken valuations relating to major land and property transactions.
  • Knowledge of local and national property markets, with previous experience of identifying occupiers for commercial, residential and redevelopment opportunities.
  • Understanding of the planning process and frameworks at local, regional and national levels
  • Experience of Public Sector Procurement.
  •  Accuracy and attention to detail, challenging assumptions, and inaccurate information.
  • Ability to communicate clearly and accurately at all levels with a range of partners and stakeholders.
  • Experience of partnership working.
  • Proactive with leadership, analytical and financial forecasting skills.
  • Ability to achieve results within a frequently changing policy and operating landscape.

All applications should take the form of a covering letter, with an accompanying CV, sent to

The closing date is Friday 9th December 2022