Up to £18500 per annum
Vital Bristol Technology
3 months ago
Our client is an integrated facilities management services who provide the solutions, support, and facilities management services and they are currently looking for a Work Space Support Operative / Facilities Coordinator for their office in Maidenhead.
Hours of Work: 08:00 - 17:00
The operative will need to be able to work well as part of a team or their own initiative in a challenging customer-facing environment where a flexible approach is required coupled with the ability to promote excellent customer service.
You will be setting up meeting rooms and provide troubleshooting assistance.
*Meeting room set ups - Café & large meeting room configurations
*Daily checks of meeting rooms to ensure standards are maintained - reporting any issues, replacing consumables.
*First call for AV assistance and fault finding
*Offline meeting room usage reporting
*Replacement of printer cartridges & Waste Toner
*Basic fault finding & fixes such as paper jams
*Stock management of Printer consumables
*Maintenance of the plotter printer
Locker & Pedestal
*Opening of lockers & pedestals as requested by the customer
*Locker Management - Arranging for replacement keys to be ordered and maintaining locker management spreadsheet.
Furniture & Deliveries
*Removal of broken furniture from around the building
*General Porterage of furniture and deliveries
*Responsible for maintaining all allocated equipment i.e. skates, tools etc.
Health & Safety
*Safety Observation Reporting
*Undertake Housekeeping Audits
*Conduct all work tasks in a safe, secure and clean manner, ensuring that contract and site rules and procedures are adhered to at all times
*Attendance of toolbox talks
*Preparation of risk assessments
*Comply with the Client's company rules and maintain a high standard of discipline.
*To follow Code of Conduct.
This list is not exhaustive and there may be other duties that may be reasonably requested from time to time by site management or the client
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
*An understanding of current Health and Safety regulations.
*Good IT skills including Word, Excel and Microsoft Outlook
*Maintain a smart appearance and adhere to uniform standards.
*Must be punctual.
*Flexible, proactive and with attention to detail
*Good communication skills
*Use of own initiative
*Personable, approachable and able to work as part of a team
*Well organised with the ability to prioritise
*Be able to work unsupervised or within a small team, with a 'can do' attitude
*Good level of health and fitness
*Contribute to and promote the One Team culture
If you do not hear from us within seven days, then your application has not been successful on this occasion. We may however keep your details on file for any suitable future vacancies and contact you accordingly.