Planned Maintenance Delivery Manager
Falkirk | Link Group Ltd
£46,826 - £59,316
26th September 2021, at Midnight
Salary and Employment Details
Planned Maintenance Delivery Manager
C~urb: Property Maintenance
Job ref: LPPDMSEP21
Salary: £46,826 - £59,316 (dependant on skills and experience) plus essential car user allowance of £4,500 per annum.
This is a unique opportunity blending the management of Link’s planned and cyclical maintenance programmes circa £12Million p.a. through a service delivery model which includes Link’s in-house contractor, alongside specialist sub-contractors. In a recent operational change, all Link’s property maintenance requirements will now be fulfilled by Link Property as part of C-urb 6 Ltd.
C-urb 6 Ltd’s ambitions are not limited to servicing Link and its partners. We aim to grow our business sustainably, eventually achieving market penetration with new clients who share our aims of building sustainable communities.
If you are looking for career progression coupled with a desire to help Link’s newest subsidiary achieve its ambition to be Scotland’s most sustainable maintenance contractor, then we’d like to speak with you.
The Planned Maintenance Delivery Manager will be a key role in developing Link’s response to the Scottish Government’s net zero aims, through the management and delivery of Link’s planned and cyclical maintenance programme.
The postholder will lead an established ISO 9001 accredited team, which consists of 4 Trade Supervisors who manage multi-disciplined trade activities, as well as a Senior Surveying Officer and Contract Officers, responsible for stock assessment and sub-contractor management respectively.
Reporting to the Head of Property Maintenance, the postholder will work closely with the Trade Operations Manager and Repairs Manager, to ensure an overall effective and customer focused property maintenance service is delivered. The post holder will ensure that the service is provided in accordance with Link’s requirements, that properties are assessed, maintained and improved sustainably to the required standard and to the satisfaction of our customers.
The role also involves managing the assessment and collection of stock condition and energy performance data, which will help inform Link’s Sustainability team and plan future investment requirements. The successful postholder will ensure external contractors are procured and managed effectively and contracts are administered diligently to deliver a service which represents value for money.
As Planned Maintenance Delivery Manager, you will have leadership and line management experience of a large diverse and multi-disciplined team. You require to rely on your skills and experience in leading a customer focused service in a multi-site environment and experience of successful business development. Importantly you will be an innovator, able to horizon scan for opportunities; including technical solutions, as well as commercial opportunities born from an emerging green economy. The successful postholder will have experience of costing and managing programmes of work to time, quality and budgets and will have experience of managing resources within budget.
This role requires knowledge of and a commitment to excellent customer care and the postholder will have experience of managing procurement activities for works programming and individual projects all delivering value for money. As Planned Maintenance Delivery Manager, you will have experience in the application of IT systems for performance delivery and contract management.
A professional qualification in a construction/trade related discipline or relevant industry and role experience is essential. This role requires demonstrable knowledge and awareness of relevant Health and Safety requirements and an understanding of legislation and how both impact on employee and customer needs.
This role requires a full UK driving licence and access to own motor vehicle for work purposes.
In return you will be offered the opportunity to further enhance your skills and knowledge through employee training and development. You can expect to work in a supportive, trusting and transparent working environment, with the autonomy to offer creative and innovative solutions whilst maintaining Link’ s values; Responsibility, Empathy, Social Impact, Participate, Equality, Challenge and Transparency.
For further information on the main position accountabilities and a comprehensive list of the essential and desirable criteria required for this post, please refer to the Job Specification in the Job information Pack.
What’s in it for you?
As an Investor in People, we strive for continuous improvement through the management and growth of our staff, offering a wide range of training and development opportunities.
As a Link employee, you'll likely benefit from the following:
- generous annual leave entitlements;
- competitive defined contribution pension with matched employer pension contribution rates, with the option to make additional voluntary contributions;
- non-contributory and non-contractual life assurance scheme providing death in service benefits to nominated beneficiaries
- non-contributory and non-contractual Healthcare cash plan for employee and dependents to support health and wellbeing and discounts on shopping, restaurants and other services;
- free and confidential employee assistance program and services for employees and their immediate household dependants to support health, mental and financial well-being;
- enhanced company sick and familial pay entitlements;
- access to a savings and borrowing scheme;
- cycle to work scheme; and much more!
You will work with colleagues who offer support to ensure our customers' expectations are met. In return, we are looking for applications from people who will contribute to our aims and work to the highest professional standards.
This post is subject to a Basic Disclosure check.
Closing Date: Midnight on Sunday 26 September 2021
Interview Date: Interviews are being held on Tuesday 5 October 2021 and potential of a follow up interview Friday 8 October 2021 - at Watling House, Falkirk, where social distancing will be observed.
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Please note that CV's will not be considered.
Please note should an internal applicant be successful in applying for this position on either a seconded or permanent basis, they will move to the terms and conditions associated with the role for the duration of the time they are in post. The terms and conditions are outlined in the advert above, and in the job description.
Link is an equal opportunities employer and we welcome applications from all sectors of the community. Our offices are fully accessible to wheelchair users and we will interview all disabled candidates who meet the essential criteria.
Link Property is a trading name of C-urb 6 Ltd. C-urb 6 Ltd is a company registered in Scotland under the Companies Acts, Company Number: SC216273, Registered Office: Link House, 2c New Mart Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1RL. Part of the Link group © Link Group Ltd