Technical Services Officer - Facilities
Immediate job for an experienced technical facilities management / maintenance professional based in Liverpool
Your new company
You will join the Facilities and Estates team responsible for the upkeep of a multi site property portfolio for a period of no less than 3 months (potentially over 6 months).
Your new role
As part of the Facilities and Estates team, you will be responsible for ensuring the property portfolio is managed effectively and maintained to a high-standard of safety, security and hygiene, ensuring that everyday maintenance, PPM and minor works are managed and carried out effectively. You will be responsible for supervising and managing the standard of work produced by the in-house maintenance team and external contractors across the portfolio. You will provide professional and technical advice in the management and co-ordination of a range of property related services as well as assisting in the development, implementation and monitoring of service delivery and ensure compliance with all statutory legislation and planning for changes in this respect. You will have financial control over allocated budgets and reporting to the Estate Manager ensuring that financial regulations are adhered to at all times. You will assist in the development, implementation and monitoring of service delivery systems, checking of records and associated paperwork as required. You will also assist in the scheduling and delivery of all works to ensure a cost effective service with the minimum practical disruption to the core business. You will assist in the preparation of estimates and financial bids, reports, specifications, drawings and tender documentation for services provided and survey existing buildings and services to produce planned maintenance schedules.
What you'll need to succeed
You will need an undergraduate degree (level 6) or equivalent Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) awards such as NVQ Level 4, City and Guilds Professional recognition awards at level 6 or BTEC advanced professional awards at level 6 with a construction or allied trades bias (carpentry / joinery, mechanical or electrical engineering etc). You must be able to demonstrate a working knowledge of Health and Safety at Work. You will be at an advantage with a HND in a building related discipline, associate membership of a chartered institution, NEBOSH or P405 Asbestos Certification, however these are not strictly required. You must be experienced within a similar role, with the ability to interpret clients' requirements to specifications and project manage to completion. You must be able to interact effectively with people at all levels of the organisation and have a good understanding of planning, building and engineering contracts to CDM legislation. You must be able to communicate effectively (both written and verbal), with the ability to initiate, develop and maintain internal and external relationships and have an open and responsive management style.
What you'll get in return
For the duration of the contract, you will receive a highly competitive compensation. The contract will be a minimum of 3 months, with the possibility of extension to 6 months and potentially further.
What you need to do now
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