Category Manager, Facilities Management

Recruiter
KBR
Location
Leatherhead
Salary
48000.0000
Posted
19 Mar 2017
Closes
18 Apr 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

KBR is one of the world's leading programme management, engineering, construction & procurement companies, providing professional services to the government, nuclear, defence, energy utilities & transportations industries.

KBR Government Services are looking for a Facilities Management Category Manager to join its Facilities Management Integration (FMI) business segment.

The Facilities Management Integration (FMI) provides services for a number of public sector organisations, including programme management, service delivery management, procurement, subcontract management, supply chain management and design services. As part of this role, KBR is looking for the right candidate to deliver best in class FM procurement and subcontract services on behalf of our clients.

The position requires a strong candidate with in FM and/or demonstrable knowledge of the FM market in London and the UK. The successful candidate must be knowledgeable in all aspects of the procurement, subcontracts management and claim management in the FM sector. The candidate must be able to work independently under supervision of the Procurement and Subcontracts Manager whilst working collaboratively with clients in the Public Sector. The candidate will be responsible for the overall delivery of all procurement and subcontract management activities for the assigned packages and will accountable for its flawless execution and the delivery of value for money.

Key responsibilities:

The role will perform, under minimal supervision, the full range of market engagement, procurement and subcontract administration activities associated with the sourcing and delivery of Hard FM services. The successful candidate will be accountable for performance and results.

The candidate must demonstrate knowledge and experience in the following key responsibility areas:

  • Developing to procurement strategies and recommending the most adequate route to market for each service

  • Providing input in the packaging strategy for services based on the capability and capacity of the market

  • Undertaking large or complex FM packages, generally within the Public Contracts Regulations

  • Developing all tendering documentation required for prequalification, invitation to tenders, tender evaluation and award recommendation and as required by the project or client

  • Developing all documentation as required by the Public Contracts Regulations

  • Developing pricing strategies for FM services

  • Supporting Category Managers for Hard and Soft FM and Projects

  • Managing all assigned subcontracts

  • Delivering post award value for money and cost reduction initiatives with the supply chain and service delivery teams

  • Working with clients in a collaborative manner whilst providing robust advice

  • Realising benefits targeted by during the procurement of FM services

  • Reviewing the expenditure for the assigned subcontracts and negotiating bespoke rates with suppliers

  • Negotiating rates, when required, and exploring gain-share mechanism with suppliers

Required skills and qualifications:

  • A demonstrable experience equivalent to 5 years’ experience managing FM procurement and contract management

  • Pro-activeness and can-do attitude

  • Ability to interface with clients

  • Exceptional presentation and reporting skills

  • Accuracy and attention to detail

Other valuable experience:

  • Degree on a relevant discipline or relevant qualifications and experience

  • Experience and knowledge delivering procurements and subcontracts under Public Contracts Regulations

  • Experience and knowledge on the FM NEC3 and JCT contract forms

  • Experience working in one of the Tier 1 FM contractors

About KBR

KBR is a global technology, engineering, procurement and construction company serving the government and hydrocarbons industries. Our Government Services group focuses on long-term relationships with governments and public agencies in Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) Australia and the United States and uses its global presence to deliver value-added, integrated services anywhere, anytime.

Our focus in the EMEA region, headquartered from the UK, is ondefence,policing and home affairs as well as the nuclear industry. We are respected as world leaders in programme management, engineering, procurement, construction and logistics.