Technical Facilities Manager
||Facilities Maintenance Manager
City and Guilds 2351 Electrical Installation Engineering
NVQ Level 3 2355 Electro Technical
IOSH Managing Safely
Team leader / Supervisor Level 3 Apprenticeship – Distinction
|General Notes if Applicable
||Desired salary: £40,000+
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- City and Guilds 2351 Electrical Installation Engineering
- NVQ Level 3 2355 Electro Technical
- Electrical AM2
- 17th Edition
- IPAF 3a and 3b
- IOSH Managing Safely
- Highfield Level 2 in Legionella Awareness
- Awaiting grade for my completed Chartered managers qualification
- Team leader / Supervisor Level 3 Apprenticeship – Distinction
- Supervisory Skills and Team Leadership Development
- Counterbalance and Reach truck Licence
- TQUK Level 3 Emergency First Aid
- Manual Handling RoSPA
- Service-oriented Facilities Maintenance Manager electrically biased to 17th edition standard. Over nineteen years’ experience in Commercial, industrial machine and building maintenance.
- Core competencies include hardworking, dedicated, resourceful, ability to learn fast, as well as excellent communication and time-management skills.
- I thrive under pressure and I am always the first one to volunteer for any new challenging situations.
- I handle tasks with accuracy, efficiency and professionalism, motivating others around me, with a passion and focus for exceptional customer service.
- Strong and desirable work ethic, helping others and always going the extra mile wherever possible.
- I find that I can resolve any task or problem given to me and I am able to turn even the hardest of challenges into a success.
- Good knowledge of a range of different mechanical devices and equipment including pumps, motors, roller doors, compressors, HVAC, Genie SLA, cranes, chain blocks, POP-UP lifts etc.
- Exceptional communication and problem-solving skills.
- Able to work to tight deadlines and able to motivate staff to optimise staff retention and work output.
- Able to form professional relationships quickly and confidently. Good judgement and decision-making abilities.
- Highly adaptable to different situations and environments.
- Can confidentially work alone or as part of a team.
- Believe in being punctual and always early.
- Always going that extra mile and nothing is ever beyond my remit.
- Fine attention to detail in job planning, which results in more productivity and less downtime.
- Always honest and to the point.
- Resourceful and able to think outside conventional means to achieve success.
- Always being proactive in identifying hazards or problems before they arise.
- Key driving force in near miss reporting, believing that health and safety is everyone’s responsibility.
- Able to push the boundaries of what is possible in regard to time restraints or material shortages.
- Vast knowledge and experience of differing building trades and fields, with the drive to learn new and innovating ideas and methods.
XXX Facilities Maintenance Hard Service
February 2017 ‐ Present
- Maintaining 2 factories, 1 warehouse, various plant rooms and number of office buildings.
- Within this role, I am responsible for the engineering team carrying out facilities maintenance, including minor and major alterations to services infrastructure, repairs to building fabric, routine maintenance and minor repairs to equipment, which includes but not limited to; Air Handling Units, Air Compressors, Water Chillers, Adiabatic chillers, Pumps, TX BMS control systems and Emergency Backup Generators.
- I have vast experience in HVAC equipment throughout the entire site. This includes domestic area heating/cooling, factory areas incorporating AHU’s and chillers as part of the process cooled water systems.
- My duties also include the testing, maintenance and compliance documentation management of several safety and compliance systems, including the fire alarm, sprinkler systems, L8 and F-gas.
- I am also responsible for the hiring of new engineers as well as dealing with any disciplinary matters that may arise.
- In this role, I always make sure to set a good example in regards to health and safety and preach to all staff members and contractors that no job is ever so important to be completed that it cannot be carried out in the correct safe manner.
- I am the company senior appointed person regarding contractor permit to works and associated paperwork.
XXX Mechanical, Electrical and Lifting
January 2012 ‐ February 2017
- In this role, I worked as an electrical, mechanical, and lifting engineer in a busy workshop.
- This involved the full strip down, rebuild of motors, engines, and gearboxes.
- I also learned key skills like welding and fabrication, as well as the correct way to carry out engineering tasks.
- For a period of 1 year, I was seconded to the national training department to train out a key new computer programme to staff across the whole UK. This involved me having to undergo specific in-depth training into training best practices and having to gain extensive knowledge into the new system
Self Employed Electrician and General Builder
September 2009 – December 2011
During this period, I was working as a self-employed person carrying out a wide variety of tasks and differing jobs.
- Electrician carrying out full council house rewires in both vacant and lived in housing accommodation.
- Machine operator using digger and dumpers for groundworks.
- General builder carrying out carpentry work including kitchen installation, fencing and roof joist works. Also carrying out window fitting works to new and existing buildings.
March 2008 – September 2009
- Working as an electrician carrying out lighting and fire alarm installations within assisted living accommodation blocks, including old people homes.
- New build domestic installations of lighting and power circuits.
July 2007 – March 2008
- Electrician working on social housing contracts like Orwell housing, Sanctuary housing and the Guinness trust carrying out reactive maintenance across domestic properties. This included tasks such as fault diagnosis of lighting and storage heater systems.
XXX Electrical Supervisor
January 2007 – July 2007
- Electrician carrying out 1st and 2nd fix installations to new build housing in the prominent Kesgrave area of Ipswich on a large building site.
XXX Apprentice / Electrician
September 2001 – December 2006
- Electrician completing maintenance and new build electrical works across several commercial and industrial contracts including Suffolk county council, Hewitt Packard, Philips Avent, Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, Ipswich Borough Council, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Ipswich Town Football Ground, Norwich Union and AXA to name just a few.
- This included planned preventative maintenance and reactive repairs across differing commercial and industrial sites. Fault finding and repair of lighting, nurse call systems, 3 phase systems, fans, and AC units.