REED Engineering & Manufacturing are working with a leading Engineering & Manufacturing company.
Site Facilities and Compliance Engineer
To manage all aspects of the site facilitiesThis will include building & grounds maintenance, the management of utilities, the relevant health, safety and environmental controls, building security and fleet management. Carrying out and/or arranging to be carried out, planned/ responsive maintenance to maintain legal compliance.
Main Duties and Responsibilities• Facilitating planned maintenance/servicing in line with Statutory requirements and set schedules.• Responsive and Corrective maintenance in line with legal compliance.• Responsible for record keeping of all statutory maintenance/servicing.• Permitting activities associated with contractor controls.• Utilities and infrastructure management (water, gas, electricity - including rationalisation, drawing/plan generation, isolation procedures etc.)• Insurance inspections - Pressure Systems, Cranes/Jibs, LEV's, MEWPs, etc.• Mobile Plant fleet management.• General Building & Grounds maintenance, HVAC, Legionella, Asbestos, etc.• Contract management and cost control.• Conduct H&S and Quality audits and risk assessments• Compile and Conduct reviews of SWP / SOP documentation in line with Company requirements• Facilitating the smooth operation of site security, cleaning and waste management activities.• Control of maintenance & statutory inspections of site HV & LV networks• Improving site energy management and driving electrical energy efficiency projects• Working as part of a multi - functional engineering team to develop shared skills and competencies with the team.• Delivering planned maintenance schedule adherence
Skills, Experience & Qualification Desirable Requirements:• A strong Facilities / Engineering background• Engineering/Facilities Management level qualification or equivalent.• IOSH or NEBOSH qualification.• Contract and Contractor Controls.
Demonstrable Experience of:• Knowledge of HSE Regulations, Legal Compliance and Statutory Requirements.• Managing and maintaining health, safety and environment standards and processes.• Strong negotiation skills.• Knowledge of authorisations, processes, products, policies and procedures