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Maintenance Supervisor

Silverbirch Resourcing
Closing date
18 Jan 2022

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Contract Type
Full Time
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Working directly for a client at a iconic building in the Kings Cross area, this is a fantastic opportunity to work as a Maintenance Supervisor overseeing a small team of 2.

General Responsibilities

* Assist in managing the mechanical and electrical services within the building, ensuring high standards of delivery, sharing best practice and optimising resourcing capacity.

* Setting clear targets and objectives for the team.

* Proactively managing workflow, priorities, and performance.

* Manage, coach, and develop the teams' skill levels.

* Establish and maintain effective partnerships within the Foundation and develop strong working partnerships both internally and externally.

* Implement and monitor strategy, policy, service and financial plans and the budget, to provide best value for the Foundation.

* Ensure effective deployment of resources.

* Help to manage the mechanical and electrical budgets.

* Act as a best practice champion, identifying and implementing opportunities to improve the innovative use of resources in realising efficiencies.


* Competent in the use of Microsoft Office.

* Principles of good customer service.

* Values and promotes equality and diversity.

* Understand the principles of data protection.

* Demonstrates a range of management skills - able to deploy resources and staff, manage change and respond flexibly.

* A demonstrative track record of leading, motivating and managing teams to achieve significant, sustainable service improvements and outstanding results, through internal and external partnership.

* Facilitates organisational, individual, and personal learning and development.

* Organised, conscientious, energetic, driven, confident and assertive.

* Significant experience in managing property related safety compliance

* Detailed and up-to-date knowledge of all mechanical and electrical property related safety statutory responsibilities, Government Policy, Regulatory Requirements, approved Codes of Practice, and guidance.

* Significant experience in mechanical and electrical property safety.

* Sound working knowledge of the Building Regulations.

Ideally you will have qualifications in Mechanical/Electrical
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