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Facilities Manager- NTC

People

Facilities Manager- NTC

Facilities Manager- NTC

  • Annually:
    £32,203 - £36,595 pa
  • Region:
    East Midlands
  • Location:
    Leicester - National Training Centre
  • Department:
    Property
  • Vacancy Type:
    Permanent
  • Working Hours Per Week:
    35
  • Closing Date:
    25 June 2024

Every childhood is worth fighting for. This is our belief. It drives us. And it inspires our Property team to provide the best possible physical environments for our staff, volunteers and visitors.  Join us as a Facilities Manager – NTC to help us make a contribution that makes a difference.

 

This is a new exciting role based at our National Training Centre in Leicester.  The Property Team manage all aspects of the NSPCC's properties, ensuring offices have high standards of facilities, are properly maintained and comply to legal requirements.  The Property Team also manage building or refurbishment projects and constantly review the property portfolio ensuring the best possible working conditions are provided.

 

This post will be responsible for the facilities management at NTC and for leading and managing the property team based there, ensuring the building provides safe and healthy working conditions.  This role will also appoint and manage facilities contracts relating to NTC.

 

The successful candidate will have good interpersonal and organisational skills, highly developed leadership and management skills and experience as an operational manager in the conference, hotel or leisure industry.  Alongside these skills and experience, the successful candidate will also have experience in facilities building management with a willingness to train and gain Nebosh General Certificate, strong procurement and contractor management skills and a good understanding of mechanical and electrical systems.     

 

Please apply by filling out the expression of interest with clear examples that demonstrate how your skills and experience meet each point of the Person Specification.   

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