£34,000 - £40,000 per annum (Permanent)
Maintenance Manager M & E
A great opportunity has arisen for an experienced Maintenance Manager M & E (or someone with a strong Building/Construction basis with a good understanding of building services) to join a major FM company operating within the MoD sector. You will be the single point of contact for both the Head of Establishment and the client for all estate related matters on site. Supervising maintenance and low value injected works delivery upto £15k as well as monitoring supply chain operatives in the performance of their duties to recognised standards of productivity and quality and compliance with essential Health and Safety provisions.
·Oversee the compliant, effective and timely delivery of statutory, mandatory and reactive maintenance and injected works and ensure completion within required timeframe
·Monitor supply chain performance, service delivery, value for money (VFM), quality and safe working on site
·Ensure suitably qualified and experienced operatives are directed to relevant tasks
·Monitor supply chain work teams to ensure that operatives have appropriate vehicles, equipment stores and skills to perform allocated jobs
·Manage supply chain performance to ensure that all statutory, mandatory and reactive performance indicators are consistently achieved
·Support Site Manager to deliver tasks on maintenance and low value injected works activities
·Provide professional and technical support and advice where required to maintenance teams and end users
·Support the Help Desk in responding to requests for professional and technical advice
·Periodically examine maintenance records to ensure that necessary work has been undertaken as required by the safe system of work
·Keep and maintain records and update WorkManager as required
·Work closely with the relevant Mobile AP(s) so that they are able to ensure all works where applicable conform to the requirements of JSP 375 ( is the corporate publication that provides guidance to defence in meeting its legal health and safety obligations and provides a common structure for the organisation and arrangements for the day to day management of health and safety within defence estates)
·Where appointed for Working at Height and/or Confined Spaces, deliver requirements of JSP375
·Identify opportunities to reduce energy consumption by working with the Utilities Manager If required, support other sites outside allocated SDA
·Ensure as far as reasonably practical that all persons within the site observe the requirements of JSP 375
·Review risk assessments and method statements to ensure they are to an acceptable standard
·Support area teams on matters related to existing installations and their interaction with Additional Works
·Manage project work as detailed by Site Manager
·Perform inspections on completed and in progress works and ensure results are input into WorkManager on appropriate initiatives and projects
·Manage appropriate initiatives and projects
·Review site risk registers and follow maintenance and management processes
·Ensure compliance with health, safety, sustainability, quality and other statutory requirements Essential requirements
· HNC level qualification in a Mechanical or Electrical engineering or related discipline (or equivalent experiential experience)
Role Specific information:
·The role is to be based at RNAS Yeovilton.
·A key aspect of the role liaison with the Military and on site Contractors. This will require excellent customer care/service skills, the utmost professionalism, tact, diplomacy and the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
·The candidate is expected to hold a wide breadth of FM experience and will deliver M & E and B&CE Hard FM and Response Maintenance work as well as deliver Additional Works for both sites. Therefore, candidates must hold a M & E or a B & C E qualification.
·For the RNAS Yeovilton site, the post holder will be required to focus on very specific areas of work due to the nature and size of the site being supported e.g. may be very specific aspects of the work such as, for example, having responsibility for BFI's and Petroleum and would cover all Hard FM and Response Maintenance for that area of work.
·Both sites turn over significant number of under 15k Additional Works. These are often high volume, low complexity tasks. The candidate must expect to have numerous tasks running simultaneously.
·The ability to travel between a number of sites both in the Devon and Somerset area (across the Service Delivery Area (SDA 31) is essential, an excellent mileage rate is payable
·CA at RNAS Yeovilton maintain two airfields, both operational (airfield surfaces, AGL and Air Traffic Control assets).
·CA maintain POL Points (Petrol, Oil, Lubes) and Bulk Fuel facilities, both Aviation and Motor Transport.