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Senior Maintenance Officer

Up to £28080 per annum
East London

Job description

Morgan Hunt is recruiting for Senior Maintenance Officer to work with an Non for Profit Organisation in East London on a Permanent basis. The details of the job are below:

Senior Maintenance Officer

Hours: 37 hours - 09:00am to 17:00pm Mon to Fri

Salary: £28,080 PA

Location: East London


This person is responsible for the building PPM's, reactive building works, renovation and repair of the building. Working as a senior member of the maintenance team under the supervision of the Facilities Manager.

This role will use a wide range of skills, including but not limited to electrical, plumbing, carpentry, painting, gardening and administration.


  • To ensure that day-to-day repairs and planned maintenance to (owned or sub leased properties) are efficiently and effectively carried out
  • Supervise and manage directly employed operatives and sub-contractors. Monitor the performance of internal operatives and contractors dealing with responsive and planned maintenance to ensure compliance with completion targets, quality health and safety and productivity
  • Working with the Facilities Manager to deliver the Compliance & Risk Register
  • Monitor budgets, commitments and expenditure. With the Facilities Manager generate contract and specification documentation taking a lead role in the supervision and monitoring of partnering contracts ensuring compliance with H&S and budgets.
  • Post-inspect completed works with Facilities Manager and check works in progress to ensure all work is carried out to the required quality. Undertake tenant consultation exercises and satisfaction surveys.
  • Scrutinise completed job tickets/invoices for accuracy and value for money and to deal with any irregularities prior to authorising payment.
  • Raising of work orders, PO's, Invoice administration
  • Organisation of staff rotas in conjunction with the Facilities Manager
  • Maintaining a register of assigned equipment. Testing all equipment to a proper working order. e.g tools and ladders, Man Safe systems etc
  • Maintaining a proper inventory of equipment, supplies, and other necessary items required to perform duties assigned.
  • Asset management - for example fire extinguishers, fire blankets, access system, furniture making use of Green Project App, workshop tools, fridges, microwaves, dishwashers, etc.
  • Performing minor repairs to the building (s) plumbing, electrical system, and miscellaneous repairs to of doors windows etc.
  • Accepting and signing for deliveries to the building when necessary.
  • Maintaining security and safety systems Inc maglocks, third party access system
  • Calculating the amount of materials and time required for each project.
  • Performing other duties as assigned.
  • Deputising for the facilities manager in their absence.
  • Effectively utilise all computer and office-based systems to undertake your job
  • Ensure Health & Safety policies are applied and adhered to at all times by residents, staff and visitors
  • Report incidents / hazards in a timely manner
  • Ensure policies and procedures are understood and adhered to
  • Ensure that residents rights to privacy, dignity and self-determination are promoted, and that their rights as citizens are upheld
  • Promote & provide high standards of customer care / satisfaction, support, guidance and advice to all aspects of the services provided by Anchor House
  • Ensure an ethos of quality, courteousness and respect exists regardless of race, creed or religion
  • Develop, encourage, promote and maintain polite and effective communication / liaison at all levels with external services / agencies, colleagues and residents
  • To attend & participate in meetings as and when required
  • Ensure work is collaborative with other staff & team members and participate in team and division meetings and activities
  • To report any service problems and make recommendations with regards service delivery to your supervisor
  • To plan and work in accordance with work schedules established, wherein daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly & annual tasks have been established and outlined

Morgan Hunt is a multi-award-winning recruitment business for interim, contract and temporary recruitment and acts as an Employment Agency in relation to permanent vacancies. Morgan Hunt is an equal opportunities employer. Job suitability is assessed on merit in accordance with the individual's skills, qualifications and abilities to perform the relevant duties required in a particular role.

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