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Property & Logistics
Scotland | Lanarkshire
Employment type
Up to £50,000 per annum + £4,000 car allowance
Closing date

Regional Property Project Manager

🕓 Full-Time, Fixed-Term (12 Months)

📍 Location: Glasgow (This role will include extensive travel across the Northern part of the UK)

💷 Salary: Up to £50,000 per annum + £4,500 annual car allowance


As Regional Property Project Manager, you will act as the area of expertise for all repair, maintenance and refurbishment activities across your designated regions (Northern UK, Scotland and Northern Ireland), which will be the primary focus of this role initially. 

This role involves managing multi-site locations (Funeral Directors & Crematoriums), therefore an individual who has managed a large property portfolio of 120+ properties is a must. Your expertise will be vital in maintaining and enhancing our property estate. 

Here is what a typical day could look like for you:

  • Management of branch refurbishment projects where required with values of up to £500,000.
  • Maintain a record of all statutory compliance requirements and liaise with contractors/consultants and statutory inspectors to ensure properties are always fully compliant.
  • Manage a network of approved contractors for the relevant regions, using an approved contractor procedure.
  • Be the main point of contact for reactive repairs and maintenance for the properties within the relevant regions.
  • Conduct and document regular property inspections regularly.
  • Generate and present regular reports and reviews of facility-related budgets.
  • Ensure procedures for obtaining and approving risk assessments and method statements are adhered to.

You can download the full Job Description at the bottom of this page.

This role is ideal for a candidate who:

  • IOSH and/or NEBOSH qualified. 
  • IWFM (minimum level 3).
  • Knowledge of maintenance systems, PPM schedules and maintenance programmes.
  • Full UK Driving License. 
  • Previous experience in property maintenance, facilities management and/or other facets of property operation as a Property/Estates or Facilities Manager.
  • Experience in project management relating to property refurbishments.
  • Demonstrate the ability to read and interpret site plans and drawings/layouts.
  • Experience in managing revenue and capital budgets. 
  • Demonstration of clear knowledge and understanding of property statutory compliance and duty holder requirements.
  • Ability to establish and maintain strong relationships at all levels and across functions in the organisation.

If you are a proactive, detail-oriented professional with a passion for excellence and a heart for service, we would love to hear from you. Apply today and join us in our mission to provide exceptional care and support to our communities.

What we provide to you:

  • 💷 Annual salary of up to £50,000.
  • 📅 25 Days Holiday + Bank Holidays.
  • 🚗 £4,500 Annual Care Allowance. 
  • 🏥 BUPA Private Healthcare (Self).
  • 💰 Pension Scheme.
  • 🔐 Life Assurance X2 Annual Salary.
  • 🏠 Free On-Site Parking across multiple sites.
  • 👨‍🎓 Access to our internal apprentice & personal development schemes.

What are the next steps?

To join us in this role, simply hit the 'apply' button to submit your application and a member of our Talent Acquisition Team will be in touch!

What it is to be a part of Dignity

Dignity is one of the UK’s largest providers of end-of-life services and funeral plans, with a national network of 675 funeral branches, 46 crematoria and 28 cemeteries. We have a rich and diverse history with our oldest Funeral business being established in 1812 and many more having served their communities for generations.

As a business, we firmly believe that our customers sit at the heart of what we do - we help them to say goodbye, to remember and to celebrate the life of those lost. We listen, understand their wishes and offer enhanced choice and value for money to meet and exceed their expectations.

It is an exciting time to be thinking about joining the team at Dignity. We are currently embarking upon an exciting period of change and transformation following the successful takeover and privatisation last year. We are investing heavily, focusing on our standards, technology, ways of working and growth capability. No part of the business will go untouched.

We are unapologetic in our mission to be the very best. It is through the ongoing dedication of our people, our commitment to responsible business practice and making a meaningful contribution to society that we will ensure we fulfil both our purpose and potential.

FCA Statement

Please note that this role is subject to meeting regulatory requirements. As an FCA-regulated organisation, we are committed to adopting the highest standards and we do this by employing individuals with the appropriate skills, experience and integrity to protect both the company and our clients. If you are considered for a role, you will be providing your permission for us to conduct the relevant checks and assessments that will be carried out during the recruitment and onboarding process. The nature of the checks will depend on whether the role is subject to the Senior Managers and Certification Regime (SMCR).

Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Statement
Our Vision is to connect with our clients, colleagues, company and communities based on our principles whilst celebrating our differences.
We aim to empower leaders and colleagues to seek out and understand new voices and perspectives; to be vocal about inequity and exclusion, and to take decisive, informed and bold action to promote inclusion and belonging.

Any unsolicited submissions from agencies will be accepted as a direct application from the candidate and no fees will be payable.

We reserve the right depending on application numbers to close or extend the closing dates for positions; we would therefore recommend an early application.