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Job Description for Infrastructure Project Delivery and Communications Officer

Our Corporate Services Group (CSG) function is represented in every area of the organisation, with a wide range of specialisms that collectively enable our effective day-to-day operation, ensuring we can deliver our objectives and maintain compliance.

Join us as an Infrastructure Project Delivery and Communications Officer, and you’ll manage the full life cycle of projects from inception to completion and act as a focal point for all ongoing requirements in your business area. In this role, you’ll work in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, including industry partners, delivery suppliers and site occupants.

The role duties span from project liaison and project management support to the associated communication of projects, their benefits and impacts. Producing good communication briefs, holding regular meetings and reporting on progress, delivery and future infrastructure plans.

The role may come with delegated financial responsibilities and the need to develop furniture procurement, relocation and infrastructure work requirements to be taken forward via commercial delivery teams.

The roles are Bristol based but may require support for projects on other MOD sites, although this will be managed from Abbey Wood. Please note some attendance to Abbey Wood will be required.

We strongly recommend tailoring your CV in line with our CV guidance before applying, with specific sections to highlight Key Achievements, Relevant Experience, and Applied Skills & Knowledge.

Responsibilities for Infrastructure Project Delivery and Communications Officer

In this role, you’ll be responsible for:
• Facilities Management and key project site communications
• Co-ordination of key stakeholder meetings to support projects
• Management and coordination of critical site instruction documents
• Facilities Management contract transition support
• Support the delivery of key security projects
• Development of high-level Facilities Management briefing packs and slide decks for a range of meetings
• Development of new site and FM investments, improvements communication packages

What you will be assessed against

To be successful with your application you must demonstrate that you meet the following essential criteria:

  • Demonstrable experience in communications or stakeholder management and/or
  • Experience supporting in the delivery of projects

It will also benefit your application if you are able to demonstrate the following desirable criteria:

  • Work experience in the following areas: Communications, Project liaison, Project management

In addition to the responsibilities above, the following technical competencies and behaviours will be assessed at interview:
• Property and Estates Expertise
• Informing decision making with data
• Communicating and influencing
• Managing a quality service

What’s in it for you?

Our careers offer stability, training, progression – and much more! Discover more about what we offer in our Little Book of Big Benefits. Find out more about our pension schemes.

We’re exploring future ways of working with a flexible and a family-friendly approach in mind. This means that successful candidates may be offered the option of hybrid working, combining working at home with working at their contractual location. Further information relevant to hybrid working will be discussed with you prior to you taking up your post, to find a balance that suits your needs and those of the organisation. Please note that employees are responsible for meeting the cost of their travel to and from work when attending site.

We welcome applications from people of all backgrounds and are dedicated to creating a great place to work that reflects the diversity of the society we serve. To help us do this, we particularly encourage applications from women, ethnic minorities, disabled people and people from LGBT communities. By bringing together different ideas, experiences and perspectives, we can achieve our ambitions, together.

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Job Details

Job title

Infrastructure Project Delivery and Communications Officer


£32,500 – £35,000 per annum (plus benefits)

Contract type


Business area

Corporate Services Group

Working pattern

Flexible working, Full-time, Job share, Part-time



Number of posts


Recruitment Contact

Ryan Mundy –

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