Facilities Assistant (Ref: 006370)

Central London
Up to £38,000 + Generous Package

Are you a seasoned Facilities Assistant looking for an opportunity to thrive in a prestigious environment? Look no further! Our client, a distinguished self-managed investment trust company listed on the London Stock Exchange, is seeking a dedicated Facilities Assistant to join their esteemed team.

Our client boasts a rich heritage. With a commitment to long-term value investment and a culture of conservative generational wealth management, they offer a unique opportunity to be part of something truly exceptional.

Role Overview: As a Facilities Assistant, you will work closely with our clients Facilities Manager to maintain a safe and secure working environment while delivering unparalleled customer service to our stakeholders. Your responsibilities will encompass a wide range of tasks, from managing property operations to coordinating with various teams and suppliers.


• Ensure the smooth operation of our premises, maintaining high standards of cleanliness, repair, and presentation.

• Support the Facilities Manager in overseeing building tenants and coordinating with other FM teams.

• Provide reception cover when needed and keep office areas fully stocked and organised.

• Manage key building suppliers and services, including post, printing, and technical equipment.

• Monitor contractor performance and supervise planned maintenance schedules.

• Act promptly in handling reactive maintenance and repairs, ensuring all work adheres to safety protocols.

• Maintain a thorough understanding of Health and Safety requirements and provide training as necessary.

• Assist with financial and procurement administration, including invoice validation and supplier communication.

• Prepare and implement contingency plans to ensure uninterrupted facility operations.

• Provide emergency out-of-hours cover when required.

Essential Skills:

• Excellent communication, organisation, and interpersonal skills.

• Prior experience in facilities management or a similar role.

• Proactive problem-solving abilities and a "can-do" attitude.

• Dedication to delivering exceptional customer service.

• Flexibility and adaptability to meet the dynamic needs of our organisation.

• Supervisory skills for managing contractors and staff.

• Attention to detail and a commitment to excellence.

• Professionalism and a presentable demeanor.

Join our client and become part of a team dedicated to long-term growth and success. Apply now and embark on a rewarding career journey!

If you’d like to apply for this role, please contact one of the Maxwell Stephens team on 0207 118 4848 for more details. You can also send your CV to cv@maxwellstephens.com.