Regional Officer, Estates Directorate - Regional Centre

Leeds, West Yorkshire
£23,836 - £26,810+ excellent benefits
29 Aug 2017
22 Sep 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Regional Officer, Estates Directorate - Regional Centre
Band O
Full time
£23,836 - £26,810+ excellent benefits

This is an exciting opportunity to play a pivotal role in an ambitious transformation programme: building an innovative, modern estate. Join us and help create the best Estates department in Government.

HMRC is on a journey of change. We’re becoming a modern tax authority, equipped for the needs of modern customers. As part of this we’re creating collaborative working environments and bringing our wide organisation together - transforming dated offices into modern buildings with excellent, digitally-enabled, innovative facilities. Managing facilities, the Estates department clearly has an essential part to play.

As a Regional Officer you’ll be at the heart of the change, helping us provide a first-rate facilities management service. The Regional Facilities Manager will rely on your support in everything from proactive supplier relationship management, through to the development of our customer focused services. As a link between contractors and customers, you’ll ensure both hard and soft FM services are delivered to the highest standards, with great communications. As our property portfolio changes, you’ll help to make sure our services evolve along with it. You’ll be involved in everything from commissioning new facilities to supporting workplace improvements.

To join us, you’ll need to have a BIFM Level 2 or equivalent qualification, or be willing to achieve this within two years of taking up the role. With facilities or contract management experience, you demonstrate the facilities management skills necessary to manage supplier relationships and meet customer needs.You’ll also need to be comfortable with, from time to time, working non-standard hours (evenings, weekends or bank holidays)– with good notice and in line with the expected 37 hours working week.

Closing date: 22 September 2017