NHS Estates Officer (Mechanical)

Location
South East
Salary
Band 6 AfC
Posted
20 Aug 2018
Closes
17 Sep 2018
Ref
DL/19021P
Contact
Finegreen Consultant
Specialist Area
Engineering, maintenance
Sector
Healthcare
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
A large NHS organisation is currently seeing an Estates Officer (Mechanical Bias) to join the team on a permanent appointment, the contract is likely to start as a temporary contract in the first instance. 

Main Responsibilities:
  • Assist senior management in the effective management of the Trusts’ many, varied and diverse buildings, ensuring the building fabric, structures and grounds are maintained to the highest standard; 
  • Support the Capital Project Team and will contribute to the management of minor projects, upgrades and new developments as required; 
  • Engage and supervise maintenance contracts and all works in connection with Mechanical Services including:
  • Manage the operational/infrastructure service delivery team comprising of Team Leaders/Technicians, Trade Staff and Contractors, ensuring that the team undertakes all Statutory and Mandatory, Good Practice and Reactive Maintenance within the key performance indicator targets; 
  • Bring to the attention of senior management non-conformities or exceptions in a timely manner, identifying suitable mitigation measures and where appropriate identify issues for inclusion in the departmental risk register; 
  • Provide support to colleagues within Performance & Compliance and Estates Capital Projects with the preparation and operational delivery of the Trust’s Capital Plan; 
  • Manage and co-ordinate shutdowns for maintenance, refurbishment and new-build projects, liaising with a wide range of professionals, Clients, Medical and Departmental staff; ensuring concurrent works around the site do not give rise to conflicts or unsafe conditions;
  • Assist with the up-keep of the Operating & Maintenance Manual Library, using database systems and scanning equipment. To manage the information for quality and accuracy entered into the Estates IT systems.

A successful candidate will have:
  • City and Guilds apprenticeship or equivalent course in Mechanical Engineering; 
  • Ability to work as part of a team and on own initiative.
  • Team leadership ability; 
  • Experience within the NHS or healthcare setting is a must, due to the equipment and environment; 
For further information on this role, please contact Donna Larder on 0161 241 9674 or email donna.larder@finegreen.co.uk 

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