Estates Operations Officer
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts
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An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Building Officer at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to join our busy Estates & Facilities Management Team. They will be responsible for the provision of a highly developed specialist service, technical and administrative advice and to support the Head of Estates (Operations), and to also support all estates personnel within the maintenance function of the Directorate. They will undertake delegated work associated with estates operations and maintenance activity and be responsible for managing and complying with all statutory instruments and guidance ensuring best practice related to the effective operation of the Trusts estate. This will include the building structure and fabric including roofs, external drainage and internal fabric, flooring, decoration and sign posting, ensuring the most efficient and economical mix of direct and contract labour.
Main duties of the job
In addition to the summary below, you will need to familiarise yourself with the full Job Description and Person Specification documents attached to this advert.
The post holder is responsible for all aspects of the building maintenance of the Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust Estate. This includes buildings, roads, grounds and gardens
Compile prioritised annual estimates for capital building maintenance works, for submission to the Assistant Head of Estates - Operations and implement agreed funded schemes.
Control the budget allocated to the building maintenance section and to ensure that the section stays within the set limits.
Liaise with the statutory authorities in reviewing and amending as necessary the road traffic order in relation to site roads.
With over 17,000 staff, we are one of the biggest employers in the city with a central role in supporting the health and wellbeing of our local population. We play a leading role in research, education and innovation.
Come and join our wonderful team at NUH. We are big believers in diversity and welcome new ideas to help develop our team in order to deliver world class healthcare to the vast patient populations we serve. With endless personal development opportunities available, at NUH we will endeavour to turn your job into a career!
We particularly welcome applications from people who identify as Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic, or Disabled, as we are striving to be better represented at NUH.
The Nottingham University Hospitals Trust is a large acute hospital spread across 3 sites in the City delivering excellent care to the local residents. The in house maintenance team is made of a workforce comprising of 60 tradesmen from different disciplines providing on-site service 24 7 to the Trust ensuring that patient care is delivered safely and without interruption. This vacancy would suit a qualified professional person who feels they can bring something extra to the team and enhance the service we provide. Along with the salary annual leave starts at 27 days a year plus Bank Holidays.
Manage the Building section staff and direct labour, undertaking the necessary recruitment within establishment. Ensure that all Trust HR policies are complied with. Closely monitor and manage timekeeping, sickness and absence.
Liaise with Consultants and Architects appointed as agents to undertake projects. Work closely with the Capital Estates Development section and with the Engineering section of EFM
Take part in inspections, working groups and any other initiative, agreeing action and implementing action plans as necessary.
Ensure compliance with all Financial Standing Orders.
Training & Qualifications
Communication and relationship skills
Analytical and Judgement skills
Planning and organisation skills
Other requirements specific to the role (e.g. be able to drive or work shifts
Commitment to Trust Values and Behaviours
Certificate of Sponsorship
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