The Technical team within the Corporate Facilities Management (CFM) division has responsibility for the development and delivery of the corporate CFM capital investment programme along with delivery of significant departmental capital projects. Working collaboratively, the team is responsible for the collation, management and interpretation of asset/condition data for the operational estate which is an integral element of the 'intelligent client' function. They take the corporate lead on technical matters for the operational estate. This includes auditing and monitoring of the supply chains service delivery in respect of Repairs & Maintenance and works, projects and Health & Safety and compliance.
The Mechanical, Engineering and Plumbing (MEP) arm forms part of the Technical team and as MEP Engineer you are responsible for the overseeing of capital projects, planned preventative maintenance, reactive service requests for CFM's contractors and for ongoing professional MEP advice. Project and programme management is essential to ensure that projects for the division are delivered on time, within budget and with quality standards.
Working closely with you is a Senior MEP Engineer, MEP Engineer and a Compliance Officer to ensure that Repairs & Maintenance services and projects are delivered in accordance with legislative and council requirements. They will further ensure all projects and services are supported, maintaining a demonstrable audit trail of compliance across the estate.
We are looking for someone who has great people management and communication skills supported by extensive experience delivering MEP projects and maintenance services within large scale organisations.
You'll be educated to degree level in a relevant degree (or equivalent) or have an appropriate professional qualification - CIBSE, CEng or equivalent and ideally a Project Management qualification.
You'll be experienced in planned preventative maintenance and contracts management with experience of managing competitive tendering exercises and comfortable producing reports with the ability to analyse, use and present complex data.
We want you to be able to build relationships quickly, work across a variety of functions and get involved in all aspects of the role, bringing enthusiasm, drive, commitment and a can do attitude.
If you want to help make a difference at a local level, apply to Southwark Council today.
Closing date: 20/02/2020
Interview date: 03/03/2020