Building Maintenance Supervisor

  • Location

    North West England, England

  • Sector:

    Building, Construction and Infrastructure

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  • Salary:

    Pension, PDR bonus

  • Contact:

    Kirsty Wilson

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  • Published:

    5 months ago

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A vacancy has arisen within Group Property Services at Manchester United Football Club for a Building Maintenance Supervisor, based at the Cliff Training Ground.This is a full time, permanent position.
Reporting to the Training Ground Facilities Manager, the post holder will be
responsible for all aspects of the day to day operational activities of the Cliff Training
Ground for the GPS department, giving supervisory control of Club staff and to
manage and monitor specialist contract staff carrying out maintenance activities
within the Club. The post holder will be required to be the responsible key holder
and on call responder, they will also be the first point of contact for quick fix
repairs as and when encountered. As a working supervisor, the post holder will also
be expected to carry out planned and reactive tasks on a daily basis to maintain and
enhance the building environment. The role will also require multi-site working,
including the Old Trafford stadium if required. A certain element of flexibility is required
regarding working hours where a split working day may be part of the weekly
routine due to the 7 day operation supporting football needs.

The successful candidate will be qualified with the following (or equivalent)
Advanced City & Guilds in electrical engineering that has been studied for whilst
completing a recognised apprenticeship or NVQ level 3 qualification, or equivalent.
The ideal candidate will have a history and training record to support multi-skilled
working. They will have the knowledge and ability to perform joinery, plumbing
and mechanical fitting tasks competently, with significant experience in an
engineering, building maintenance or construction industry. They would also have
strong team work and communication skills, being able to manage and resolve
conflict within areas of responsibility and share their expertise with others.

This role has been risk assessed and determined that a Disclosure and Barring Service
check is required. It is a criminal offence for a barred person to attempt to engage
with vulnerable groups.

Manchester United Football Club Limited is an Equal Opportunities Employer and
recognises the importance of safeguarding children and adults at risk in our work