Are you ready to embark on an exciting journey as a Maintenance Manager for our prestigious client?
If you're passionate about preserving world heritage, managing exceptional facilities, and leading a team to excellence, we want to hear from you!
Role Overview: As the Maintenance Manager, you'll play a pivotal role in bringing our clients mission to life. Reporting to the Head of Department, you will be responsible for executing our clients maintenance strategy. This strategy ensures our clients facilities meet the highest standards, befitting of such a prestigious Site of unparalleled significance. Your role spans building and services maintenance, facilities management, cleaning, porterage, and office services across two sites. You will oversee an annual budget of approximately £3.5M and step in as the deputy when needed.
Why This Role Matters:
•You'll lead an in-house Estates maintenance team and manage specialist contractors to ensure planned preventative and reactive maintenance aligns with our clients goals and best practices.
•Your responsibilities will include safeguarding the site, maintaining fit-for-purpose buildings, and efficiently allocating resources to keep everything running smoothly.
•Effective communication with key stakeholders is crucial to prioritise tasks and resolve competing demands.
•Ensure efficient, cost-effective, and responsive service for repair and maintenance requests from occupants.
•Prioritise engineers' workloads and meet deadlines across all functions.
•Maintain comprehensive records in our clients CAFM system and plant rooms alongside relevant equipment.
•Adapt and enhance the team's practices to meet evolving challenges, regulations, and client expectations.
•Champion customer-focused service delivery and uphold our clients reputation.
•Prioritise health, safety, and welfare and ensure compliance with regulations.
•Collaborate with stakeholders, attend meetings, and contribute to our clients department's emergency on-call system.
•Demonstrated expertise in engineering, construction, or building services, with a degree or equivalent experience.
•Extensive senior-level management experience, particularly in engineering/building specialties.
•Strong grasp of H&S legislation, FM Services, and budget management.
•Proven ability to handle statutory compliance issues.
•Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools.
•Experience with listed buildings is a plus.
•NEBOSH certificate or CAD systems knowledge is desirable.
What's In It For You:
•Be part of an iconic institution
•Lead a talented team and shape the future
•Opportunities for personal and professional growth.
•Join a community of like-minded individuals
If you're a self-motivated leader with a passion for excellence, we invite you to apply and be a key player in our clients mission.
Maxwell Stephens is expecting a large volume of applications for this role. We’re keen to place the correct person with our client as soon as possible. Therefore, we encourage all interested FM professionals with the experience to successful expedite this role to contact us without delay.