Up to £0.00 per annum + Negotiable
about 1 year ago
My client is currently looking for an electrically bias Portfolio Supervisor to come and assist them on 12 portfolio properties.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Ensuring the Company meets its contractual obligations.
Skilled in HVAC, Operations Management, Building Maintenance, Procurement, and Maintenance Management.
Auditing engineer activity including quality of work, appearance and report writing.
Aware of log book compliance
To be fully conversant with the portfolio contracts.
To provide guidance and support to the field based team enabling the team to carry out PPM and extra works to the highest possible service levels.
To carry out PPM works to support the team and enable it to meet its contractual obligations
To provide monthly status reports on the portfolio performance.
Liaising regularly with the Contract Manager to review the workforce and portfolio performance.
To provide regular updates onto the clients CAFM system in order for the Company not to fail its KPI's
To ensure that all HSE audits are completed in the month and in line with the agreed schedule and Company guidelines. Such reports being submitted to the HSE manager for the account or his/her line managers as required.
To produce and validate risk assessments and method statements for the works.
Managing subcontractor activity on site ensuring that their contractual obligations are being met and that any potential savings are identified and reported to the client.
Produce quotations for extra works as necessary in line with Company guidelines.
Covering the call out rota with the other managers/supervisors.
The production of technical and situational reports as required.
Providing technical support for the engineering team and the clients.
To ensure that the Company is presented in a good light at all times.
Carry out personal development reviews as required under Company guidelines.
Attending client/subcontractor meetings as required.
To be the first point of contact for site escalation of issues by the FM
Understand and be aware of the requirements of all relevant Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality legislation and ensure that all staff are equally aware of their own roles and responsibilities within the Company.
Actively manage and participate in the health and safety processes required under the Company policies and procedures on portfolio including, but not limited to, accident investigation, reporting, risk assessments and auditing.
Ensure that all materials and equipment are handled, stored and used with due regard to the relevant Health, Safety and Environmental legislation.
Previous experience on the tools
Any other reasonable instruction from the Contract Manager or his Line Managers.
Co-operating with the company to allow it to fulfill its moral and legal duties and obligations.
City & Guilds
Engineering or Maintenance background