An exciting new vacancy for a Part-Time Facilities Manager has just arisen with one of our local clients.
If you have relevant experience, IWFM Level 4 (or equivalent) and Health & Safety NEBOSH / IOSH training, then it may be the perfect role for you!
This position is generally home based with the requirement to travel to various sites (own reliable transport is required, mileage paid).
It’s a permanent, part time role – 22.5 hours per week (over 3 days) with a salary of £35,000 per annum (FTE) – pro rata salary will equal £21,000 per annum.
As a Facilities Manager, you would be responsible for:
– Day to day operations, including security, maintenance and other services
– Overseeing the maintenance of the buildings and ensuring that all premises meet the needs of both employees and service users
– Ensuring compliance with all relevant Health and Safety legislation, key duties will include overseeing the implementation and management of areas such as: Fire Risk Assessments, COSHH, Legionella, management of contractors etc.
– Working closely with the contracts manager overseeing contract renewals and provider performance of services, including lease agreements, maintenance agreements, utilities and telecoms, cleaning and waste disposal, gardening, compliance inspections etc.
– Travelling to all sites, on a regular basis, as and when required
In exchange, our client offers a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package including:
– Employee discounts at a range of retailers
– A cycle to work scheme
– Excellent learning and development opportunities
– A competitive pension
– An Employee Assistance Programme
– A friendly and supportive working environment.
– Social events.
– ‘Refer a friend’ scheme
Interested? Don’t wait! Send your CV now and we’ll get back to you
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