Estates & Facilities
& Maintenance Manager
Band 8b £43,221 - £53,432 p.a.
37.5 hours per week, Permanent Contract
Want to make a real difference to your local community? Work with us and help to transform
Based at Accrington Victoria Community Hospital (under review)
North Lincolnshire towards a better future for all.
The Estates & Facilities Service, currently based within Accrington Victoria
ASSET MANAGEMENT & CULTURE
Hospital, is looking for an enthusiastic and self-motivated person to join
the existing team, to assume responsibility for the safe and efficient
management of the complex day to day maintenance activities and the
safe and efficient operation of all plant and equipment.
In this vital role, you will lead a small and highly skilled in-house
Grade 9 SCP 37 - 41, £30,456 - £34,107
maintenance team and will manage the use of specialist external
contractors in the provision of a safe and comfortable environment for
37 hours per week
all patients, staff and visitors. Hewson House, Station Road, Brigg, DN20 8XJ
It is essential you hold an Engineering degree or equivalent, have an
You will act as the council’s principal advisor in respect of all building related energy performance issues.
appropriate management qualification and ‘Chartered Engineer’ status.
You will lead, improve and co-ordinate all aspects of the energy performance of the council’s buildings
You should have extensive experience of working at a higher level within
(strategic and operational) including the legislative compliance, delivery of reductions in CO2 emissions
an Estates environment, preferably within the NHS, along with experience
and all utility energy use together with achievement of wider sustainable construction techniques
in the operation and maintenance of building and engineering services.
and building management. This includes ensuring compliance with all relevant CO2/ energy related
The ability to understand technical drawings and plans, and manage
complex capital programmes and projects are also essential.
The Energy Manager post will be supported by, and have line management responsibility for,
Utilising your expert communication and listening skills, you will have the
an Energy Management Officer.
ability to work effectively as part of the team and secure team member
co-operation. You should also have the ability to demonstrate effective
For further information please contact Nolan Bennett
leadership and managerial qualities, as well as the ability to work alone
(Maintenance Services Manager) or Chris Ramsbottom
(Head of Construction) on 01724 296719.
As you will be required to travel to different NHS East Lancashire premises
Application forms, job descriptions and employee specifications are
you should be a driver with access to a vehicle for work purposes.
available at www.northlincs.gov.uk
Appointment to this post is subject to a Standard Disclosure with the Alternatively for an application form and job description, please
Criminal Records Bureau. telephone 01724 296466 (answer phone), or
Informal enquiries to David Peers, Associate Director, Estates & Facilities
on 01254 359008.
Excellent final salary pension scheme, job share, child care
vouchers, career break, maternity & paternity leave, development
To apply for this position please visit www.jobs.nhs.uk
Thursday 14 May 2009 opportunities, minimum 23 days holiday plus Bank holidays and,
using the reference number 638-FIE-AS-005.
where applicable, generous relocation package, flexible working
hours and homeworking. The Council operates a no smoking policy.
Closing date: Wednesday 22 April 2009.
Opportunities to make
a difference Energy and Sustainability Manager
Grade 9, £37,651 - £43,622 p.a.
• Int/Senior Electrical
Estates and Facilities
We are seeking an experienced individual to lead our approach to carbon
• Sustainability Consultant management and sustainability in our estate. You will develop and
manage a carbon reduction programme including being responsible
for managing the CRC programme on behalf of the University, procure
CBG Consultants Ltd is an award winning
the University’s utilities achieving best value and ensuring financial
mechanical and electrical consultancy with
and legal probity, assisting in setting and embedding change and the
sustainability agenda into the Department and across the University.
attractive offi ces in Oxford and London.
You will be expected to have extensive knowledge and experience
We are looking to appoint an enthusiastic
of energy/utility procurement and management, including managing
and motivated intermediate to senior level
budgets, working with computerised energy management and targeting
and monitoring systems and understand sustainable construction.
electrical building services design engineer
A clear understanding of current and pending energy legislation is
and a sustainability consultant to assist essential and knowledge of all the likely carbon and energy issues that
with our diverse range of projects. the University faces is also key.
Ideally, you will have strong project management experience
We offer a great package and a fantastic
with excellent analytical and communication skills and be able to
training programme with opportunities for demonstrate a good track record in procurement and management
development and career progression.
of utilities and budgets as well as having sound knowledge of wider
environmental issues. You should be enthusiastic, self-motivated and
Please contact Julie Edginton for job ready to deliver significant change to this evolving institution.
descriptions and application forms. For an informal discussion contact Russell Smith, Estates Manager,
Engineering and Building on 01274 233496 or e-mail
CBG Consultants Ltd R.M.Smith2@bradford.ac.uk
South House, 3 Farmoor Court,
Closing date: 1st May 2009, 5pm.
Cumnor Road, Oxford
How to apply
OX2 9LU firstname.lastname@example.org
tel: 01274 233091
minicom: 01274 235807)
Applications from agencies will not be considered.Specialists in
Tel: 01865 864500
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