Containment Working Supervisor


Our client a leading globally established Facilities Maintenance Service Provider who have a presence within the FTSE250 are now recruiting for a Containment Working Supervisor to supervise the  Engineering Team of upto 18 engineers and systems to ensure the company maintains a high-quality Service, at all times.

Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of M&E/civil PPM activities delivered by the engineering teams and specialist sub-contractors/service providers. Also responsible for the welfare, direct management and administrative processes to support employees within the delivery team.


Key duties, though not exhaustive, are listed below;

  • Working within a multi-disciplinary team to achieve set goals and deliver business strategy
  • Responsible for the delivery of planned and reactive works within area/cluster
  • Planning and co-ordination of works with management teams and supply chain
  • Support to incidental works and other new works projects, including providing quotes and specialist advice
  • Responsible for the performance management, absence management, recruitment, selection and development of staff
  • Ensure staff are trained to carry out works safely, efficiently and to standard, including adherence to RAMS an any associated permits
  • Responding to customer needs and building relationships in a professional manner
  • Provide accurate commercial data to ensure works are completed to time and budget
  • Monitor performance and report accordingly
  • Produce performance measures and monitor/audit to ensure that performance indicators, SLA's and contractual obligations are met if not exceeded

What we are looking for

  • Critical Site experience 
  • Advantageous to have a background within the Containment or Health Sector
  • Minimum NVQ Level 3 qualification in relevant engineering maintenance field (or equivalent other qualification recognised by CITB/EITB/JIB)
  • Appropriate up to date training to make use of relevant equipment/tools
  • Up to date knowledge of technical regulations applicable to core craft and how this applies to role
  • Good understanding of current Health & Safety legislation and its application within role
  • Alarm Systems
  • Fault diagnosis and resolution
  • Generators
  • Experience in installing and maintaining mechanical and/or electrical equipment
  • Able to read and understand technical drawings
  • Electrical Inspection & Testing (Desired not essential)

If this role is of any interest please apply with your CV or call Sarah Evans  on 01745 772218

Job Type Permanent Part Time
Location Weybridge
Sector M&E (Hard Services) Management
Start Date 13th December 2018
Advertiser remoteapi
Job Ref criticalWey

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