Engineering Manager / Engineering Shift Manager
£50,000 - £55,000 per year
+ Car Allowance & Company benefits
Monday to Friday / 8AM – 5PM
We currently have a great opportunity for an Engineering Manager to work on a well-known Scientific Research Facility in North London for a large FM company.
The site boasts a large portfolio of laboratories, workshops, and a large modern campus, with a team of over 30+ currently on site.
As one of the leading FM companies they can offer a fantastic package with salary, benefits, pension scheme and much more.
- £50,000 - £55,000 PA
- Company Pension
- Private Healthcare Scheme
- 25+ days Annual Leave
- Car Allowance
Job specific responsibilities:
- Overseeing and arranging of all M&E shift teams - including BMS, Mechanical and Boiler Shift Teams.
- Managing the client and reacting to critical aspects of the site with urgency
- Ensuring all your allocated activities are completed to cost, timescales and appropriate quality standards as required.
- Arrangement of RAMS
- Managing the day-to-day schedules of the shift engineers
- Writing of PPM schedules
- Overseeing small works projects and liaising with specialist contractors
- Managing the client accordingly and keeping them up to date with site developments
Qualifications / Experience:
- NVQ level 2/3 or equivalent with either an electrical or building services bias.
- Previous HV knowledge - ideally hold a valid HVAP qualification.
- Good knowledge of management and working in a critical environment.
- Excellent team working, customer care and problem solving capabilities.
If this role as an Engineering Manager is of interest, please apply or alternatively call the office on (phone number removed) and ask for Jake
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