Facilities Assistant Manchester

Have moved this to TA it is a reservist friendly role in that there is absolutely a minimum amount of call out and this would never be over the weekend period.

Again, the following role is up for grabs.

Facilities Assistant Manchester
Facilities Assistant required for Trafford Park site.

Main Responsibilities (excuse the cut and paste from the HR document )
 Ensure that any facilities related problems are logged, notified to the relevant contractors or supplier, monitored, reviewed and resolved as efficiently as possible.
 Arrange out of hours access for Contractors as and when required ensuring that the appropriate permissions, method statements and Health and Safety policies are obtained.
 Act as prime contact between maintenance contractors, security guards and Operations staff.
 Generally to provide a suitable working environment for staff visitors and contractors.
 To provide effective support to the business to enable operations to run efficiently and effectively.
 Maintain the Facilities handbook with comprehensive up to date procedures and a list of all key building suppliers and contractors.
 Participate in health & safety meetings.
 Perform a proactive daily walk round check of the facility as an accident prevention exercise.
 Perform monthly Health & Checks on site and any other offices occupied by ourselves. Any problems arising should be reported and resolved as soon as possible.
 Provide H&S support for new recruit inductions as required.
 To organise and coordinate Fire Warden and First Aid training, and keep the published lists up to date.
 Provide day to day support for the Facilities Managers and other senior managers upon request.
 Observe and promote the companies core values.
The above is only a guide and the employee will be expected to carry out any reasonable activities which are within the scope of their skills and experience.

Person Specification
 Hands on attitude and a flexible attitude to working hours.
 Good PC skills – Word, Excel, and Outlook.
 Ability to multitask.
 Excellent communications and interpersonal skills.
 Ability to act and work on their own initiative.
 Integrity and tact.
 Proactive positive approach and a can do attitude.
 Excellent attitude to customer service.
 Good problem solving skills.
 Ability to deal with people at all levels of authority.

The salary will be £24,000. This is significantly higher then most Facilities Assistant pay but the sum reflects the importance of this role and of the expectations it will bring, ie, decision making, executing service delivery issues ect.

You would be working in a professional, cohesive and high profile team of managers, all with a forces background.

Fixed term for a year with a workable shift pattern in force.

Any takers drop me a PM for signposting to the correct people. Have a current CV ready and also be aware that because of the nature of the project you will be required to undergo SC clearance.

This is a very exciting project within a great environment and the levels of training and practical experience you will receive will prove great benefits for your future career.


Additional info; anyone with the following backgrounds or those that want a change of scenery let me know by PM and ill pass it onto the relevant person.

* Warehouse Supervision exoperience
* Contracts Co-ordinator (soft/hard services)
* Basic Project Management
* Front of House experience with the emphasis on service provider relationships

Finally, do you possess NEBOSH/IOSH quals but have yet to find work in the industry?
Was your service background in stores management, logistical co-ordination ect?
Have you got a background in security supervision with proven man manangement skills and a wider range of facilities type skills.

Cheers all.
Just a thought but are you not better putting this to an appropriate recruitment company? Maybe through the service recruitment agencies instead of hawking it back up relentlessly.Wheres the guarantee that this a genuine offer?
Just a thought but are you not better putting this to an appropriate recruitment company? Maybe through the service recruitment agencies instead of hawking it back up relentlessly.Wheres the guarantee that this a genuine offer?
Hawking it relentlessly? I didnt know i was being that dramatic.

If I can be brief?

It will/would suit a service leaver, former squaddie and/or a reservist.
A lot of the aspects of the job would suit all of the above
Did i mention the wage? 24k, with excellent working hours, in this economic climate for an assistant role?

Thanks for your interest anyway.

EDITED - the guarantee will be in submitting an anonymous CV that will be looked at and then you would be contacted on the phone number provided. It isnt an interview in a portacabin in the middle of nowhere, your interview will be in a 200,000 square feet facility and a HR department that resemble in size and numbers to the Gunners Front Row circa 92.

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