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Assistant Estates Manager (Self Delivery)

  • Birmingham (West Midlands)
  • Gestion de projet / Produit

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Engie are recruiting for an Assistant Estates Manager (Self Delivery) to be based in ENGIE 21 Mindelsohn Way
Vincent Court Edgbaston Birmingham B15 2WB. This is a permanent full time role working 37.5 hours per week (Mon-Fri 9.00 at 17.00). On offer is a competitive salary.
The role holder will report to the Technical Services Manager and will be responsible for constantly reviewing maintenance activity to identify opportunities to self-deliver services. 
Complexity: The key duties of the role shall include:
•Directly accountable for identifying Self-Delivery opportunities.
•Creating proposals to move from 3rd party contractors to a self-delivery model.
•Identifying assets and maintenance responsibilities and frequencies.
•Labour loading of initiatives.
•Preparing PPM instructions and schedules
•Preparing costs to self-deliver v’s Present 3rd party costs.
•Preparing Risk Assessments for Self-Delivery tasks.
•Identifying and managing training requirements.
•Creation of job descriptions and leading on recruitment where applicable.
•Monitoring success of Self-Delivery and amending plans as required.
•Regularly meet with directly employed staff (collectively irrespective of their trade function and individually), subcontractors and suppliers to discuss performance.
•Responsible for the safety of plant, equipment and infrastructure, compliance documentation and for safe working practices.
•Ensure adherence and evidence of all Statutory Standards and Regulations and Department of Health requirements.
•Involvement in the process of tendering contracts and the selection of new sub- contractors and suppliers
•Assist in the production of the relevant statistics for use in maintaining budgetary control.
•Responsible for maintaining comprehensive maintenance and compliance records.
•Assisting management with development and the implementation of relevant approved new works, inclusive of financial control.
•Assist in updating on new technology and advising on any future requirements to the staff training programme.
•Assist in ensuring that energy management systems work at optimum efficiency.
•Assist the Carryout ENGIE's Safety Prevention Audits and compliance audits (SPV) Across the contract on both Internal work force and Sub-contractors
•Carry out Monthly minimum 10% Audit checks on works carried out by the estates teams ensuring compliance, report shortfalls and training requirements.
•Carrying out inspections of site tools, plant, access equipment and first aid equipment, reporting on findings and manage resolution ensuring safety and compliance.
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•Ability to show understanding of statutory maintenance requirements, legislation, Health Technical Memorandums, Health Building Notes and other technical documentation.
•High level of verbal, written and numeric skills and must be computer literate.
•A sound knowledge of standard spreadsheet packages and computerised estates and project management systems. Must be able to manage people, be self- motivating, able to work on own initiative, liaise and delegate effectively with staff operating in a multi-disciplinary environment.
•A sound knowledge of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Construction Design and Management Regulations and other relevant statutory requirements will be required.
•Able to demonstrate a sound understanding of technical and estates and building issues in the provision of construction, maintenance and FM services
•City and Guild or equivalent qualification in an engineering discipline
•Good organizational skills and the ability to communicate at all levels.
•Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
•Ideally Experience working within a Mental Health Facility but not essential
•Experience of Microsoft Office software essential, including Outlook, Word,

This role requires an enhanced disclosure
An enhanced disclosure contains the following information:
•All convictions both current and past,
•Cautions, reprimands and warnings help on the police national computer for England and Wales,
•Relevant convictions in Scotland and Northern Ireland may be included,
•Checks against the Children’s and Vulnerable adults barring list,
•Additional checks for relevant information held by the local police forces for the position being applied for.

For this role you must have evidence of right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

This job advert is supported by the ENGIE Resourcing Team. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to ENGIE Managers.