The University of Warwick is one of the UK’s great success stories. In fifty years since being founded, Warwick has become one of the country’s best universities, consistently in the top 10 of UK league tables and rapidly climbing the international rankings of world-class universities recently moving into the top 50 worldwide.
Warwick is a substantial organisation, with a 290-hectare campus consisting of 240 buildings for teaching and research. Over 6200 student rooms and 3 conference centres. The University is undergoing a major multi-million pound capital programme that includes the National Automotive Innovation Centre in partnership with Jaguar Land Rover.
Here is your chance to be part of the team that makes the University of Warwick’s Estates Department one of the most enjoyable places to work in the Coventry area. Our mission is to deliver excellent customer service by creating, operating and sustaining safe, high quality environments.
We are looking for a Maintenance Manager who will be responsible for drainage repairs, paving and road repairs, building fabric components work such as roof repairs, redecoration, windows, and statutory checks such as fire door inspections and repairs.
You will be a self-starter and work autonomously within set objectives. Your role is to lead and manage the Building Fabric section and specialist maintenance contractors to ensure all statutory, planned and breakdown works are completed to agreed KPI’s and service statement.
Managing this sophisticated estate represents significant personal and professional challenge. Working for the University of Warwick Estates Department is a career building experience with vast opportunities for personal and professional development that will enhance your career. The challenges include effectively managing health and safety including asbestos, planning, and programming skills in a complicated and complex environment, and successfully achieving difficult milestones and deadlines.
The ideal candidate will:
- have an excellent understanding of relevant H&S legislation in particular CDM 2015
- be a committed team player
- be focused on delivering a customer centric maintenance service
- be an experienced manager of multi-disciplined teams and contractors
- be highly organised and capable of prioritising reactive and planned works to meet obkjectives
Because of the nature of the estate, walking or cycling across campus is the preferred method of travel, and the use of a car is not essential for the work. There is ample car parking around the campus at a nominal monthly charge.
There are many benefits of working at Warwick, such as a very attractive pension scheme, generous annual leave entitlement, access to the sports facilities including gym and swimming pool at a special staff rate.
For further details please contact Henry Timpson at SearchHigher on 02476 522 050 or email@example.com