|£45,585 to £56,021
|8th December 2023
|15th January 2024
You will also have responsibility for line managing a small team responsible for managing a range of maintenance contracts and legislative compliance activities and working with others within the Estates Operations team to ensure that building services plant, equipment and supporting infrastructure operate in a safe and compliant manner.
FTE: 1.0 (35 hours/week)
The University of Strathclyde is currently undertaking the delivery of a multi-million pound capital and maintenance development plan which is designed to improve the range and quality of facilities available to our staff and students across the University Estate. Estates Services are responsible for delivering this programme and following some recent restructuring, we require to recruit a talented and enthusiastic Senior Contracts and Compliance Engineer with proficient IT skills to join our multi-disciplinary Building Services team.
This new role within the Building Services team will manage a range of specialist engineering contracts. You will also have responsibility for a managing a range of legislative compliance activities and working with others within the Estates Operations team to ensure that the university plant, equipment and supporting infrastructure operate in a safe and compliant manner. You will play a lead role in investigating and resolving what can be complex technical issues that are critical to business continuity and health, safety and compliance.
Reporting to the head of Building Services, you will be responsible for managing a range of building services maintenance contracts including mechanical and electrical maintenance, surveys and inspections, preparing tender documents and cost estimates, issuing tenders and managing the delivery of a wide range of maintenance projects and reactive repair works.
We are seeking to recruit someone with first class communication skills and able to demonstrate previous engineering and contract management experience who has a sound knowledge of planned maintenance, building services and current health and safety legislation. The role includes cost planning and budget management and control for major and minor maintenance projects as well as controlling the management of risk related building services (MEP) issues and reporting on these.
This is a campus-based role and you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of interesting and innovative projects in partnership with the academic community. You should be a qualified Building Services Engineer in a relevant discipline with significant technical and managerial experience.
Formal interviews for this post will be held on 31/01/2024.
Informal enquiries about the post can be directed to Kenny Allen, Head of Building Services (email@example.com).
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