Support Facilities Manager (1 year)Back to Vacancies List
Exciting times lie ahead for our clients amazing business. We’re looking for a facilities manager to help our client manage their diverse range of buildings to keep what they do as a business attractive, relevant, dependable and affordable to our client’s occupiers.
North of the Thames Locations
Our ideal Facilities Manager
Our clients team is dedicated to keeping everyone involved in the business happy – tenants, visitors, shareholders and suppliers. That same dedication will be absolutely evident in you.
You’ll have at least 3 years of relevant FM experience in commercial buildings behind you. You’re well-qualified, holding at least an IOSH Managing Safely Certificate but ideally a NEBOSH General Certificate. You’re IT literate and feel comfortable and confidence with a range of different software packages, including CAFM. You don’t have to be M&E qualified but we won’t hold it against you if you are.
On a personal level, what we like about you is that you’ve got great man-management skills. Being presentable and personable is non-negotiable to you. You will also bring life experience (inside and outside FM) to managing difficult situations.
You’re pleased that you chose FM for a career and you’re looking for the next role to propel you upwards.
What will you be doing?
Each site is different and special. Over time, you’ll get to know them all, including their systems, services, customers and contractors. You’ll keep the sites safe, clean and H&S-compliant and you’ll continuously report to us where we’re being successful and where we need improvement.
You’ll manage all FM-related planned maintenance and all reactive tasks, including obtaining quotes from service providers, reviewing service charge budgets and purchase order issuance.
You’re a fresh set of eyes. In previous roles, you’ve demonstrated your financial awareness, particularly with operating budgets, budgetary systems, and expenditure management & monitoring.
Customers will love working with you because not only do you keep on top of issues, you keep them informed of developments too. The same skills are vital when it comes to your managing staff as well. You’ll supervise, motivate and manage caretaking and site supervisory staff. You’ll also get a lot of freedom in this role.
Handling the recruitment for this position are leading facilities management recruitment company, Maxwell Stephens.
Contact Michael Bleasby on 0203 903 4266 or email@example.com