Your future duties & challenges
· To manage all lifecycle works across three hospital sites - North Middlesex University Hospital, Barnet General Hospital and The Whittington Hospital.
· To supervise all works as appropriate to ensure that works are completed to agreed programmes, timetables and to the required standards.
· Manage the day to day activity of all specialist sub-contractors and directly employed mechanical, electrical and non trade maintenance staff in the delivery of the LCF
· To produce the annual short term (STP), medium term (MTP) and long term (LTP) lifecycle plans on time and in line with the contract/site requirements
· To manage the tender process for all lifecycle works following company procurement guidelines.
· To prepare and agree quotes as directed by the General Managers.
· To attend meetings with site management teams and client.
· Working hours are 08.00 to 17:00, Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week.
So why not you?
Must have experience in a similar role, with a relevant M&E and management qualification
Must have previous lifecycle and project management experience
· Flexible, proactive, able to articulate and communicate effectively at all levels: previous client-facing experience is an advantage
· Have strong time management skills to handle own workload and ad-hoc requests from clients or senior management.
· Attention to detail, report writing skills and strong customer focus is essential.
· Must have a driving license for travel between sites.
· Knowledge of Health and Safety legislation relative to facilities management and a working knowledge of HV/LV, medical gas and other hospital HTM requirements and obligations is an advantage.
In addition, you’ll benefit from:
Innovative training possibilities based on progressive logic
An attractive mobility policy
A dynamic salary
The Group’s employee savings scheme
Additional benefits: Top-up health insurance, retirement plan, peer support committee, housing scheme, etc.
These items apply fully or partially depending on the type of contract and your location.