Job details

Job details
Employer St Paul's Girls' School
Location London
Contract type Full Time
Contract term Permanent
Job dates
Posted
Closing date
Job starts January 2018

A multi-disciplined Maintenance Manager is required from January 2018 to be responsible for the maintenance, refurbishment and repair of St Paul’s Girls’ School and the maintenance of nearby Bute House Preparatory School. 

In this hands-on role, the post holder will head up a five person maintenance team and also monitor and manage the work of external contractors, ensuring the estate functions are kept to a consistently high standard. Aimed at a skilled professional with an electrical or mechanical background and team management credentials, the responsibilities will include:

  • Managing planned preventive maintenance of buildings, plant and equipment
  • Overseeing  maintenance ticketing, security and access control systems
  • Facilitating external inspections and testing
  • Ensuring compliance with Health and Safety legislation
  • Planning, tendering and managing projects
  • Managing utilities usage and budgets.

Follow the link to our careers site https://spgs.schoolrecruiter.co.uk/  to access further details, or contact our recruitment line on 020 7605 4875.  Our on-line application form, including a supporting statement and full CV, should be submitted by noon on the specified closing date. 

Closing date: 23 October 2017, noon

Interviews:       1 November 2017

We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and the successful applicant will be subject to an enhanced disclosure through the Disclosure and Barring Service.

Requirements

To apply, you will have relevant qualifications to at least City and Guilds/NVQ level, preferably with experience in a maintenance department and managing a team.  Sound knowledge of Health and Safety legislation and good written and verbal communication skills are essential.  In addition, you must be able to trouble shoot and prioritise effectively, and control budgets.  The school offers excellent free lunches and generous leave; some flexibility is required to cover emergencies and ‘out-of-hours’ demands.