Invitation to quote for Capital Project Manager

Capital Project ManagerPhoto: Erika Stevenson

Deadline for submission of quotations: Wednesday 13 November 2019, 1pm

Scottish Sculpture Workshop (SSW) is seeking quotes from experienced Capital Project Managers to oversee all aspects of our upcoming Capital Development phase.

Following the completion of a Feasibility Study in 2018, we are looking to address the urgent need for upgrading the SSW site, so that the facilities are fit for purpose, artists, organisational needs and ambition.

The successful bid will have specific expertise in capital development, business development in line with artistic vision, stakeholder consultation, working in a ground-up way and supporting the development of a realistic and achievable fundraising strategy.

Responsible to: The Capital Project Manager will be accountable to the Director of SSW and the SSW Capital Project Board. They will work alongside and in collaboration with the wider staff and board at SSW.
Location: It is expected that the Capital Project Manager works closely with the SSW Director and SSW Capital Project Board and as such commits to regular face-to-face working at the SSW site.
Commencement project tender: December 2019
End of project tender: July 2019

Click here for the project brief.
Click here for a large print version of the project brief.

Submission of quotations
Please submit your quotation using the template (click here). You may also submit a separate portfolio or CV in addition to this information (provided you have answered all of the questions outlined in the template). Please email the template and any supporting documents to sam [at] ssw.org.uk.

Deadline for submission of quotations is Wednesday 13 November 2019, 1pm.

If you require access to the project feasibility report or would like an informal conversation about this tender opportunity please contact: sam[at]ssw.org.uk.

If you have problems accessing the project brief or submissions template, please contact: jenny[at]ssw.org.uk

The South Aberdeenshire LAG is being part-financed by the Scottish government and the European Community LEADER 2014 – 2020 programme.

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