Facilities, Health & Safety and Technical Manager
Bracknell, working from home with occasional travel to the office
Permanent, Part Time (29 hours per week)
Would it inspire you to see the tangible impact of your work on the world? To work for an organisation that is committed to making a positive difference for people everywhere? If so, we could be the organisation for you. We are the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB), the world's largest and most influential professional body for construction management and leadership.
About the Role
We are now looking for a Facilities, Health & Safety and Technical Manager to manage and maintain our two offices (Bracknell and London). You’ll ensure our physical assets are protected and that we have a safe, secure, modern and agile environment for our staff to work in and for our members to visit. In addition, this role covers the judging process for the prestigious CIOB/Construction Manager of the Year Awards (CMYA). As Facilities, Health & Safety and Technical Manager, you will also be responsible for two Front of House/Facilities Administrators and a Facilities/Health & Safety Officer.
This is a permanent, part time role for 29 hours per week working over 4 days. We also welcome applications from candidates looking for a fixed term contract, fewer days per week etc. Please outline this on your application.
As our Facilities, Health & Safety and Technical Manager, you will have proven facilities management experience across more than one location and have a comprehensive understanding of current Health & Safety legislation, guidance and best practice. With strong project management skills and the ability to manage multiple projects to completion, you will be able to build and manage excellent relationships with a diverse range of stakeholders and be able to perform under pressure, individually as well as part of a team.
We’d also like you to have good IT skills including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, along with use of databases and SharePoint. You’ll have a keen eye for detail, the ability to write reports for both internal and external use, and experience of successfully managing a small team.
A professional qualification linked to the built environment is desirable, but not essential, as is experience of office relocations.
Why Work For Us?
We can offer you not only the opportunity to make a real difference with the work you do, but the chance to do that in a friendly, flexible and welcoming working environment, where we’ll show you that we’re committed to your personal wellbeing and to your development within your role.
We’ll offer you a fantastic range of benefits – from access to a great pension scheme through to a variety of health and wellbeing schemes; and we’ll make sure that you’re constantly learning throughout your time with us. We hold a Silver Investors in People Award – which we really hope will show you our commitment to this.
How do I apply?
To find out more, take a look at the full job description. To apply for this role please submit a full CV and covering letter by completing our online application. If you would like any further information, please contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: We may consider applications as they are submitted and therefore applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to avoid any disappointment that may be caused by the vacancy closing sooner than advertised.