Field View Systems Manager - Building (UK-wide)

Galliford Try
United Kingdom, United Kingdom
18 Jan 2018
19 Feb 2018
Note for Recruitment Agencies:
We prefer to hire directly, but we do have an approved supplier list for when we'd like a helping hand. We'll be in touch if we need you.

We have a brilliant new opportunity for a Field View Systems Manager to join our Building North & Scotland Division, acting as the Dedicated support function to Field View users across the UK.

As the position encompasses users nationwide, it is a remote-based role that requires a good deal of travel, as neccessary; therefore, the ideal location of the successful candidate is not important as long as they're comfortable with some travel and working remotely.

Role Overview:

  • To drive the development and use of the Viewpoint Field View software to improve quality management and records in line with the Business Management System (BMS) as directed by the Construction and Investments Board
  • To ensure that all Operating Units comply with the Information Management Policy to capture, maintain and store contemporary project documentation
  • To ensure that all Operating Units utilise the procedures, guidance and forms contained within the BMS

Key Responsibilities:

  • Promote best practice use of Field View
  • Develop and maintain the Field View system.
  • Maintain in-depth product knowledge both from a Field View management and a user perspective
  • Analyse and respond to the business and project requirements and objectives
  • Communicate technical concepts to individuals with varied backgrounds and skill levels
  • Provide train-the-trainer support to all Regional/Area System Managers/Document Controllers
  • Strong troubleshooting ability and proven aptitude to learn new software and technology tools quickly
  • Develop Knowledge Base Guidance Notes to document troubleshooting steps and common solutions
  • Support and resolve escalated user issues
  • Audit projects regularly and raise relevant NCR's with the support of Regional/Area System Managers e.g Quality, HS&S etc.
  • Communicate software updates, developments and changes to the system
System Administration / Implementation:
  • Build and configure projects geometry
  • Create bespoke projects if and when required
  • Setting up and configuring tablet devices to include user access and registration with IT
  • Create, update and maintain BMS e-forms
  • Create, update and maintain bespoke e-forms where required
  • Manage and maintain Trades, Tasks and Package libraries
  • Create and Manage relevant workflows
  • Manage and audit Security Groups to ensure the integrity of our internal information
  • Support Data Management and Archiving from Field View to Viewpoint for Projects
  • Advise on Data Migration from other collaboration systems onto Field View
  • Liaise with Training Coordinators to manage the delivery of internal training and workshops
Business Development:
  • Report to the Information Management Owner on monthly progress
  • Panel Member on the Information Management and Field View Steering Groups - Quarterly Meetings
  • Chair Group/Regional/Area System Managers Quarterly Meetings
  • Engage with Viewpoint to review application issues and development of the software
  • Prioritise workload when managing multiple contracts / tasks
  • IT literate - Office 365 preferable
  • Ability to work accurately under pressure to meet project targets
  • Any other reasonable tasks as directed by your Line Manager
  • This role may also incur frequent travel to sites.
  • The ability to communicate with team members by phone, computer, and video teleconferencing is required.

Experience and Qualifications:

  • Knowledge and extensive experience of using Field View at operational level is essential.
  • Knowledge and understanding of the Document Control process at operational level is vital.
  • An excellent level of experience of operating QA systems
  • Ability to prioritise workload when managing multiple contracts / tasks
  • IT literate - Office 365 preferable
  • Ability to work accurately under pressure to meet project targets
  • Comfortable working remotely and happy with some national travel

In Return:
We offer an opportunity to work on some of the UKs most exciting construction projects, in a fast-paced environment where each day brings new challenges. We also offer a competitive salary and benefits package and we will always consider flexible working hours and arrangements.

With an ambitious strategy, we're poised for further growth and success, so if you're committed, talented and enthusiastic, Galliford Try is the right place for you.

About us:
We are one of the UK's leading housebuilding and construction groups. For 100 years, Galliford Try has helped to shape the world around us and today we are at the forefront of the construction industry with approximately 5,500 employees working on a huge range of housebuilding and construction projects. As a FTSE 250 listed UK business, our focus is on delivering first class business solutions and building long-term relationships with our customers, employees, supply chain and communities we work in. Our involvement in some of the UK's most high profile and innovative projects ensures our employees benefit from unrivalled opportunities and career progression.

Construction Division:
As a major UK contractor our Construction Division has a diversified workload in the public, regulated and private sectors. The Division boasts a strong reputation for providing whole-life solutions, high standards of project delivery, and an ability to innovate. It predominately operates under either the Galliford Try or the Morrison Construction brands, and is organised into five key segments: Building, Infrastructure, Facilities Management, Investments and Integrated Solutions.

The Building Division works across commercial, residential, health and education markets, with a well-balanced spread of both public and private sector clients. Our extensive experience and expertise in building projects enables us to understand our clients' construction needs and deliver solutions that surpass their expectations.

Galliford Try is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sectors of the community

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