Job descriptionMobilisation Manager, Building Services Facilities Management - £55,000 – 60,000
We are currently recruiting a Mobilisation Manager to lead and co-ordinate Technical Services due diligence, mobilisation and steady state activity to enable the account operations team to operate in line with the contract from day one.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
• Co-ordinate potential impacts with the operational team on site
• Liaise with the de-mobilisation manager to ensure alignment of the process where required is always maintained.
• Training needs assessments
• Support the Procurement process to engage key suppliers and service providers
• Co-ordinate with Operations and Construction any work streams associated with agreed dilapidation reports
• Liaison with the client to ensure mobilisation timeline is adhered to
• Present to client on progress on a regular basis to ensure engagement and a collaborative approach is maintained
• Embed agreed KPI / SLA reporting requirements
• Set up cost reporting templates with Finance to track mobilisation expenditure Required
• Clear handover of Technical Services to operational/contract team with documented due diligence
Qualifications, Skills or Experience:
• The ideal candidate will have previous experience in mobilising FM contracts preferably within a local authority environment.
• Strong leadership and influencing skills to effectively manage support stakeholders.
• A strong knowledge of large health and safety systems and procedures, managing a team and working to tight deadlines.
• Highly organised with strong IT and interpersonal skills
• Basic financial understanding of budgets and operating costs
• A recognised apprenticeship or HNC in Mechanical/Electrical Engineering or C&G, ONC, OND, NVQ 4 with a commitment to undergo continuing professional development
• IOSH Working Safely or equivalent, (or a willingness to undertake and complete successfully within 3 months from commencement of employment)
• 25 Days holiday (rising with Service)
• Sick pay (after qualifying period)
• Continued training budget
• Death in Service (x 4 of annual salary)