Facilities and Health & Safety Coordinator

Back to Vacancies List
  • Job Reference: PR/000072
  • Job Title: Facilities and Health & Safety Coordinator
  • Location: Marlow
  • Basic Salary Range: Circa £32,000 + Excellent Package & Opportunity
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Posted 6 years ago
  • This position has been filled

Maxwell Stephens’ client are a leading corporate organisation and they are looking for this role to be based out of one of their main sites in Marlow in Buckinghamshire.

We are looking for a Health & Safety Adviser/Facilities Coordinator in an interesting and wide ranging role.  You will be supporting the Facilities Leader in a fast moving environment.

What will you get involved in?

  • Managing and updating the Facilities/H&S Intranet pages and writing/amending the policies and procedures, and be able to track H&S legislatory changes and incorporate them into company documentation
  • Providing Fire, Premises and Occupational Risk assessments as required
  • Responsible for all matters regarding H&S in all of our UK offices to include
  • managing and training our First Responders on all sites ensuring that they are all adequately trained to support both Leaders and Team Members
  • Managing the facilities relationship between the Building Managing agent and their contractors
  • Managing relationships with other Facilities Vendors
  • Managing all general administration duties for the Facilities function
  • Managing end to end order to invoice process, maintaining cost controls and adhering to policies
  • Backup to the D&B reception team
  • Undertake ad-hoc project work as required

About You

As a minimum a qualification in occupational health and safety is required i.e. NEBOSH (National Diploma) along with Facilities Management experience/knowledge.

  • Good level of education
  • Experience in a similar environment.
  • Good interpersonal skills, patient and assertive
  • Excellent administration, planning and organizational skills
  • Capable of acquiring and applying detailed legal, technical and regulatory information to ensure the company is compliant at all times with the legal requirements and best practices of H&S.
  • Good analytical, problem solving and procedural skills
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Must show initiative and perform well in a multi-task environment
  • Ability to work independently with minimum supervision
  • The successful candidate should also be both confident and knowledgeable when carrying out essential health & safety training needs to Team Members or other persons.

Download the FM Salary Survey

Our latest Salary Survey report delves into the FM sector, including the demographic makeup of the industry, levels of remuneration, working life, responsibilities, and career attitudes and motivations. 

Click the button below to download your free copy today.