Manager (33389)

Position Sought
Name

CAN 33389

Lives in

Manchester

Qualifications

IOSH Managing Safely
ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management
Diploma in Engineering Management and Project Management
HND Electrical Engineering

Previous Employers

Inviron
Honeywell

Availability

Immediately

General Notes if Applicable

 

Qualifications:

  • IOSH – Managing Safely
  • ILM Level 5 Certificate in Leadership and Management – Distinction
  • Inspirational Leadership – LDL
  • Diploma in Engineering Management and Project Management
  • HND in Marine Engineering including:
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Control and diagnostic engineering
  • City & Guilds Level 3, in Electro-Mechanical Craft Engineering
  • City & Guilds 2381, 16th Edition Wiring Regulations
  • BS5839 Pt 1 Training Modules 1 through 5
  • 90 Open University points towards BSc Chemistry degree
  • Six sigma Green Belt fundamental training – Honeywell
  • Construction Skills Card Scheme member
  • UKATA – Asbestos Awareness
  • PLC trained on Siemens /Toshiba systems
  • Sales force conversant
  • Attendance at – Terry Vergon Seminar – Author of Mission Critical Facilities
  • HR – Managing Professionally
  • Key user of Concept CAFM system, Concept 500 and Evolution
  • Fully conversant with all Windows and Lotus Notes applications
  • Enterprise Resource Planners – JD Edwards, SAP /SRM, Dynamics trained
  • RAC Risk Driving Management Programme

Profile:

  • Enthusiastic and driven individual who can work on his own or as part of a team. Regularly liaising with directors and senior management, operating as a valued member of the management team. Excellent communication skills, developed during a successful career in the Royal Navy and more recently working in the building services industry

Key Skills:

  • Cash flow control
  • Project
  • Risk and quality management
  • Good working awareness of commercial obligations
  • Development of strong client relationships through consultative selling,
  • Inclusive of assistance in writing and developing specifications in addition to compiling persuasive tender returns
  • Strong technical acumen
  • With a thorough understanding of commercial, retail, PFI, public, private and industrial maintenance sectors

Employment History:

M&E Maintenance Company Maintenance Operations Manager

Feb 2018 – Present

  • Objectives include the substantial growth of the branch in both revenue and size, whilst further establishing the company brand in the Manchester and Northern region. In addition to working in an operational role, involved in all business development activity throughout the UK, leading key strategic bids

XXXX Client Relationship Manager

July 2017 – February 2018

  • Maintaining the client relationship across the clients portfolio, taking ownership for the strategy and overall delivery of service their  integrated supply capability in the MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operation) field, driving the delivery of reduction of costs on indirect materials

XXX Operations Manager

MoJ / PwC / QinetiQ / Energy Contracts

July 2015

  • Providing the Mechanical and Electrical maintenance for these contracts, including specialist maintenance. This portfolio covers 400 buildings and covers a large geographic area which includes the North of England, The Midlands, Wales, Ireland and Scotland
  • Leading a team in the service delivery of both technical and soft services
  • Compliance with all client policies and statutory regulations
  • Assisting in the management of P&L budgets (£25M) to include profitability, debt management, purchasing disciplines and other financial targets
  • Working with the District Leader, Compliance & Audit Manager, Regional Technical Services Manager’s and customer to ensure statutory, contract and Honeywell standards compliance through regular auditing, process improvement and positive challenge
  • Responsible for delivery of all projects – service retrospect, energy, new installations

XXXX General Manager 

July 2015

To support the Account Director in leading sustainable growth by taking ownership of the day to day management of the TFM service delivery across each site. Accountable for:

  • Delivering a customer focused service
  • Leading a team in the service delivery of both technical and soft services
  • Compliance with all Norland & client policies and statutory regulations
  • Assisting in the management of P&L budgets (£15M) to include profitability, debt management, purchasing disciplines and other financial targets
  • Maintaining strong relationships with the customer and facilitate regular contract meetings. Working with the Account Director, Compliance & Innovation Manager, Technical Services Manager and Soft Services Manager to ensure statutory, contract and Norland standards compliance through regular auditing, process improvement and positive challenge
  • Provide insight and influence to impact performance and maintain competitive advantage

Critical Environment Services General Manager (Norland Area)

2013 – 2015

  • Providing leadership, management, and development of an agreed portfolio of Norland Managed Services contracts, ensuring financial, and operational commitments are met and exceeded
  • Provide leadership, and ensuring the planned development of a defined portfolio of contracts to ensure that contractual commitments are met and exceeded
  • Maintain key relationships with suppliers and specialists
  • P&L responsibility £10M+
  • Ensuring business policies and processes are effectively communicated, and implemented within contracts

Inviron – Operations Manager

Facilities Management & Service

2011 – 2013

Promoted in 2011 to the position of branch Operations Manager. Objectives include the substantial growth of the branch in both revenue and size, whilst further establishing the company brand in the Manchester and Northern region. In addition to working in an operational role I’m extremely involved in all business development activity throughout the UK leading key strategic bids

  • Responsible for the operational and financial performance of the Manchester business unit and development of its strategic business plan
  • Direct responsibility for 42 employees
  • To develop customer relationships at a senior level and establish long term partnerships
  • To meet with key clients to review the level of service delivery, to identify areas of continuous improvement opportunity and to resolve any issues that have escalated beyond the first line management responsibility
  • To evaluate local and national market conditions to ensure the correct mix of business and opportunity’s in order to establish a long-term customer base

Inviron Business Development Engineer – 

Northern Industrial

2009 – 2011

  • Responsible for the development of new business within the ‘Hard Services’ market of the FM arena. Recruited to directly focus on the Industrial and Northern facilities opportunities throughout the UK. First year focus was to retain all Industrial contracts, a task which was executed with complete success
  • Cradle to Grave solutions for all customers
  • Largest single contract win was £3.3M, smallest win was £654K
  • Year on year achieving £1M+ of sales
  • Solely responsible for all business development within the Industrial / Northern business unit
  • Developed and assisted project /additional business on key accounts, generating
  • £7M per annum
  • Lead the preparation of presentations to both new and existing Customers, throughout the UK and Europe (Paris)
  • The management of multiple bids from receipt to submission including coordinating responses from multiple stakeholders, ensuring deadlines are met
  • Assist in the preparation of presentations highlighting proposed solutions to the
  • Operational teams and Project Risk Committees
  • Build and maintain effective working relationships with the Operational teams

Honeywell National Service Sales Associate / 

Estimator

2005 – 2009

  • Worked closely with the district Business Development Mangers and Contract Managers to produce quality bids for existing and new clients. Undertook site surveys assisting where required with tender compilation with values ranging from £150 – £500K
  • Promoted from within a district role in 2006 to work in a newly formed National Sales team. Accurately priced tender packages, in accordance with standard company estimating procedures, for multi-site tenders and large blue chip clients
  • Delivery of fully costed / estimated tenders and proposal documents
  • Thorough knowledge of SFG 20 and many other industry applications
  • Reviewing of tender documentation, SWOT analysis of opportunities, impact reviews
  • Site visits / surveys to prospective clients to review condition of infrastructure and site specific requirements
  • Analyse and understand T.U.P.E liabilities
  • Working with approved external suppliers and internal procurement department
  • Develop standardised documentation and estimating tools
  • Maintain excellent records and reporting mechanisms
  • Analyse feedback from tender successes and failures
  • Undertake estimating training forums /meetings to other district estimators and
  • building service leaders /sales personnel
  • Attend contract discussion meetings with client
  • Hand over to mobilisation team on contract award
  • Management of OJEC tender tracker notification

Royal Navy Marine Engineering Artificer / Mechanic – 

Submarine and Ship Service

1996 – 2005

  • Promotion achieved as a result of selection and completion of academic course
  • Employed mainly as a maintainer of plant equipment, and supervisor of junior team members
  • Generated, distributed and controlled electricity on a nuclear submarine including
  • 3-phase, single phase and DC voltages
  • Maintained and rectified down to component level a wide range of electronic and mechanical equipment
  • Diagnosed mechanical and electrical faults
  • Supervised and controlled plant machinery, to include hydraulics, pneumatics diesels, heating, ventilation, air conditioning and general electrical / mechanical machinery
  • Inspected and signed off contractual work
  • Promotion achieved by examination, having obtained an Auxiliary Machinery
  • Certificate and successful completion of a professional qualifying course
  • Maintained various electrical and mechanical systems /equipment including diesel generators, air-con plants, hydraulics, gas turbines, fans, motors, pumps and various control system
  • Responsible for scheduling and implementation of PPM

Additional Information:

  • European Computer Driving License (E.C.D.L)

 

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