£15 - £18 per hour (Contract)
Maintenance Scheduler required initially on a 3-6 months contract basis however it is high likely this will be extended indefinitely.
As a Maintenance Scheduler you will be joining a major FM company operating within the MoD sector. You will work directly for the Delivery Manager who is the single point of contact for both the Head of Establishment and the client for all estate related matters on site, responsible for 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.
As the designated Maintenance Scheduler your duties and responsibilities are as follows:
·Making inbound calls via helpdesk.
·Effectively monitoring the delivery of reactive repairs & PPM (planned preventative maintenance) works to ensure contract KPI's and SLAs are met
·Provide concise reports to Delivery Manager on PPMs.
·Planning and scheduling labour and sub-contractors for optimum efficiency
·Ensuring labour resourcing is updated internally and externally
·Managing all PPM activity from distribution to collation, daily, weekly, monthly.
·Contributing to the reporting of KPI's; ensuring that contractual works are carried out.
·Obtaining and chasing quotes for materials and subcontract requirements.
·Discuss maintenance with clients and keep in contact with updates
·Analysing and updating the database
·Managing the diaries and updating jobs for the engineers
·Ordering equipment and quoting
·Administrating the filing system for the retention of 'hard' copy reports, certification & schedules.
·Ensuring the recording of all works completed.
·Checking security and inductions for all Contractors requiring a new pass or renewal of existing pass.
Carry out such other duties as may be reasonably required from time to time by your line Manager.
·Experience in a similar role from an FM environment ideally involving the allocating and planning of responsive works
·Excellent computer skills including MS office (excel) and CRM systems
·A professional and composed telephone manner and customer care skills
·An understanding of SLAs and repair priorities ideally from within an FM contract
·Be organised and tidy.
·An ability to manipulate large databases and spreadsheets
·Proven ability to work in a team environment
·Good interpersonal skills both internally and with customers.
·Have the ability to work to targets and deadlines.
·Ability to work unsupervised and under pressure.
·Good communication skills.
·Experience in an engineering environment.
·Knowledge of engineering terms and procedures.
For more information please contact Ian Martin 0113 457 0079