Mechanical Maintenance Manager
Mechanical Maintenance Manager (HVAC/Plumbing) - Estates & Facilities - 44 Days Holiday - 21% pension
Your new company
An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Mechanical Maintenance Engineer to join one of the UK's leading Universities in their Estates & Facilities team. The department is the largest in the University employing over 700 staff and has a budget of £100m.
The Plumbing / Heating & HVAC Services Manager will oversee and line manage an operation trades response team with full responsibility for the maintenance of the University services ensuring planned and reactive asset management, H&S, Compliance and work processes are adhered to. With a responsibility to deliver within budget and to the required standards.
Your new role
- Reports to the Mechanical Services Manager.
- Responsible for the long-term planning and delivery of Plumbing/Heating and HVAC planned preventative Maintenance Programmes.
- To ensure that all work is planned, recorded and visible through the FM Asset management tool.
- Responsible for balancing priorities to ensure minimum disruption to service, making best use of the resource and maintaining a quality service to the customer.
- Have the engineering ownership of statutory and non-statutory Plumbing/Heating & HVAC equipment campus wide.
- Management of contractors engaged on maintenance work, including testing and inspection at the University.
- Manage the handover and return of assets for refurbishment of new project delivery.
- Manage the financial budget for Pluming / Heating and HVAC services
What you'll need to succeed
- Plumbing & Heating City and Guilds / NVQ level 4 Technical Qualifications or equivalent.
- Substantial experience of delivering Plumbing/ Heating and HVAC Maintenance services on a large customer-based location.
- Experience of managing Plumbing / heating maintenance teams.
- Excellent communication & customer service skills
- Experienced in managing budgets and monitoring costs.
- Familiar with reading and interpreting engineering and building schematic drawings.
What you'll get in return
- £30,942 - £40,322
- 37.5 hour week
- 44 days holiday
- 21% pension contribution
- Flexible working hours
- Annual incremental pay increases
- 1 - 2 days remote working
- Death in service
- Long Service Awards
- Childcare vouchers
- Access to facilities at discounted rates / Retail discounts
- Opportunity to enrol in further education
What you need to do now
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