Sub-Contractor and Compliance Manager
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- £37,831 to £46,100 per annum
- Full Time
- Contact: Human Resources
- Reference: 765548602
- Posted November, 17, 2023 8:49 AM
Sub-Contractor and Compliance Manager Forth Valley Royal Hospital Larbert, FK5 4EB Full Time, Permanent (37.5 hours per week) Monday – Friday (may be required to participate in on-call roster and AP responsibilities depending on discipline)...
Sub-Contractor and Compliance Manager
Forth Valley Royal Hospital
Larbert, FK5 4EB
Full Time, Permanent (37.5 hours per week)
Monday – Friday (may be required to participate in on-call roster and AP responsibilities depending on discipline)
£37,831 - £46,100 per annum from April 2023 plus benefits (on call attracts additional allowance)
Here at Forth Valley Royal Hospital, we currently have an opportunity for an experienced Sub-Contractor and Compliance Manager to join our Estates team. The Estates Department provides the hospital with a comprehensive, planned, reactive maintenance service including Life Cycle and Project Work to the electrical, mechanical, and building fabric.
This role will be responsible for the management of the Technical Compliance delivery model through directly employed Engineering Officers (Authorised Persons) and specialist term contractors and will be responsible for planning the day-to-day delivery of statutory and mandatory compliance. The successful candidate will be a technical manager responsible for managing the procurement of specialist sub-contracted services and for the delivery of engineering elements of all specialist’s sub-contractor works.
The Sub-Contractor and Compliance Manager will also work closely with the Maintenance Manager, Project Manager and Lifecycle Manager in their monitoring and control in respect of capital projects and life cycle equipment replacement works, this includes the management and monitoring of all of the engineering projects services delivery, ensuring the contract meets its statutory, mandatory, and contractual obligations.
Main responsibilities of the role include:
- Procure, manage and control the services and operations of the Specialist Sub-Contractors within the allocated budget.
- Provide a monthly report on the departments compliance status and create action laces to maintain.
- Manage the coordination and delivery of the compliance requirements set out in the FM Contract and as guided by the Company’s Compliance Handbook.
- Ensure timely delivery of services to ensure compliance with all statutory, mandatory, and technical contractual obligations for all plant equipment and spaces under the Estates departments control.
- Review all sub-contractor service and call out reports and action as required.
- Produce the annual planned preventative maintenance schedule for all sub-contracted engineering services detailing all tasks to be undertaken.
- Prepare and review maintenance procedures for plant and equipment, ensuring quality standards and minimising unavailability.
- Coordinates and delivers training programmes for AP colleagues.
- Monitors planned preventative and reactive maintenance programmes ensuring compliance with KPI.
- May be required to participate in on-call roster and AP responsibilities depending on discipline
What you’ll need to do the role:
- Preferably Degree qualified in a relevant subject or a relevant qualification HNC or HND in either mechanical or electrical engineering with appropriate endorsements (or equivalent knowledge, skill, and experience).
- Completed City and Guilds / NVQ of equivalent in engineering, plumbing or electrical apprenticeship.
- Previous experience in a management capacity in Health Estates engineering services.
- Experience and knowledge of building services and M&E design requirements.
- Computer literate.
- Good understanding of the importance of meeting KPIs to a required standard.
- Experience of building services within a hospital would be advantageous.
- Sound knowledge of Health & Safety Legislation.
- Excellent communication and negotiation skills.
- Self-motivated and able to motivate others.
- Consistent approach to problem solving.
- Able to organise own work and activities of a team.
- Adaptable and flexible approach, able to meet the needs of the department.
Meaningful and vital work: Working within a Hospital at Serco means that you’ll play a critical role in ensuring that patients continue to receive the support that they need 24/7.
A world of opportunity: It takes a diverse team to support a hospital and we’re big on internal progression. So, whether you specialise your skills, progress into team management or move into operations, you’ll find all the opportunity you need to evolve your career.
Great people: Hospitals are busy places and you will find yourself interacting with staff, patients, visitors and of course your supportive team. You will be a significant part of the hospital.
What we offer
- Up to 6% contributory pension scheme.
- 25 days annual leave plus bank holiday.
- A range of benefits to support the health and wellbeing of you and your family such as Employee Assistance Programme, Thrive App, Simply Health Plans, Annual Leave Purchase Scheme and more.
- Serco discounts which include cinema, merlin entertainment and online shopping discounts, and discounts on mobile phone plans and leisure centre memberships.
- A safe and supportive culture.
- Interesting and enjoyable work.
- A company passionate about diversity and inclusion.
- Committed to professional and personal development with a wide range of training and coaching opportunities to expand your capabilities.
At Serco, not only is the nature of the work we do important, everyone has an important role to play, from caring for vulnerable people to managing complex public services. We are a team of 50,000 people responsible for delivering essential public services around the world in areas including defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and citizen services. We are innovators, committed to redesigning and improving public services for the benefit of everyone.
By joining Serco you will have unlimited access to our Global Employee Networks – SercoInspire (Gender), SercoEmbrace (Multicultural), SercoUnlimited (Disability) and In@Serco (LGBT & Networks). Serco Employee Networks, led by colleagues who are passionate about diversity, inclusion and belonging.
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At Serco, we see people first and foremost for their performance and potential. We are committed to building a diverse and inclusive organisation that supports the needs of all. As such we will make reasonable adjustments at interview through to employment for our candidates and strongly encourage applications from a diverse candidate pool. We are open to discussions around flexibility and flexible working. We operate a hybrid work structure in many of our business areas. We are proudly Disability Confident Leader employers and holder of the Silver Inclusive Employer Standard. Disabled applicants who meet the minimum criteria for the job will be given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities at an interview. For help with your application please contact 0345 010 4000.
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