The purpose of the Facilities Manager is to manage the hard and soft facilities at the Development, ensuring that all services and activities are carried out in a safe, professional and effective manner in accordance with our the clients best practice standards and ensuring all legislative
requirements are met.
Working with the General Manager (GM):
To ensure that the development is maintained to the high standards expected by the Landlord
and Managing Agent.
To effectively manage, motivate and monitor the security staff and estate operates performance and ensure that their work is maintained and completed to the highest possible
To lead in respect of Health & Safety at the development by upholding the Health & Safety Policies and to ensure that any recommendations are communicated and implemented and
records are updated.
To be conversant with all Health & Safety aspects in the leisure center associated plant rooms and equipment and to ensure the obligations of the landlord and managing agent are fully
Health and Safety responsibilities:
Read and comply with your responsibilities in the health and safety policy and arrangements
Protect your and other peoples health and safety.
Understand and comply with the safety rules and practices relating to your work.
Provide staff with the necessary information, instruction, training and supervision to promote and secure their health and safety at work
Ensure that risks created by work activities are reduced as low as reasonably practicable and adequately controlled by carrying out risk assessments
Set a good example by complying with health and safety requirements at all times, and act immediately upon any observed or reported breach of safety rules
Ensure that all aspects of the relevant health and safety policies and procedures are complied with and accurately reflect working practices
Ensure occupiers and staff are provided with a safe environment
Ensure that contractors are properly selected and adequately managed and monitored in relation to health and safety
Advise the Associate Directors of any unsafe equipment or practices or breaches of statutory duty that he/she cannot effectively deal with
Keep the Quooda H&S online system updated and strive to maintain 100% for document compliance and risk control
Deliver yearly client audit by September time with a +90% score
To line manage designated staff, including setting objectives and assist in carrying out appraisals and ensuring their training and development needs are fully met in line with company procedures.
To monitor performance of the maintenance and cleaning subcontractor staff.
To undertake daily inspections to check upon the condition of the buildings and grounds, monitoring, consulting and supervising on site staff and contractors as appropriate.
To carry out any operational management duties in the absence of the General Manager
To investigate complete residents / owners requirements, diagnose work/actions required and develop processes and procedures to ensure that they are prioritised and delivered correctly.
To establish excellent internal & external relationships with all parties by communicating realistic accurate advice, guidance and information.
To continue to develop the Facilities Management System and associated reporting software.
Full JD is also available on application
Facilities Manager - Luxury Residential
|Job Title:||Facilities Manager - Luxury Residential|
|Location:||West London, London|
|Salary:||£45000 - £51000 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Mark Allen|
|Job Published:||August 24, 2017 15:41|
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