Maxwell Stephens

Health and Safety Coordinator - Programme Delivery

£31,000 - £36,000 (based on 37.5 hours per week) + Excellent Benefits

The role holder will be accountable for developing and maintaining Health and Safety policy and processes for capital projects which meet the requirements of legislation, regulations, best practice and University and ED policies.  The role holder will engage with other University Advisers and representatives through Project Engagement Meetings and with other University and ED staff through committees and meetings, negotiate agreements on policies and procedures and provide drafts and templates for inclusion in the Project Delivery Manual.

The role holder will be required to provide training themselves or where appropriate oversee external training to support the Projects Section. The role holder will implement and manage procedures and processes to monitor and ensure Health and Safety compliance.  The role holder will work with the Projects Section Reporting and Data Officer to develop management reporting tools to meet best practice, and ensure appropriate and accurate information is provided for regular management reports.

Head of Workplace Services

Circa £100,000 + Fantastic Benefits and Development Opportunities

The Head of Workplace Services is responsible for leading the delivery of customer-focussed soft FM services across the non-residential Estate and for creating an effective working environment within which the University’s learning, research and support activities and people can thrive. The role will oversee a large and diverse workplace services team including facilities and buildings managers, custodians, receptionists, stores, reprographics and messenger service staff.  The remit will also include the University Catering Service and a number of externally delivered services such as cleaning and waste management.

Head of Asset Management

Circa £100,000 + Fantastic Benefits and Development Opportunities

The Head of Asset Management will provide strategic leadership and oversight to ensure maintenance investment in all physical assets across the University Estate is aligned to University strategic aims and masterplan, ensuring optimum effectiveness and efficiency of resources deployed to identify and maintain value.  The role be accountable for annual maintenance and asset replacement budgets in excess of £30m and a large and diverse asset management team comprising more than 80 technical, administrative and managerial staff.  The remit includes buildings and grounds maintenance, asset strategy, statutory compliance, building surveying, contracts management, operational readiness, and engineering excellence, along with relationship management of key external service providers.

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