Compliance, Risk and Lifecycle Manager
An opportunity to put in place a new method of working practice to manage Lifecycle, Statutory Compliance and Risk for this significant Institution.
A role that offers an excellent work/life balance with excellent scope for career progression and professional development.
Our client is a significant Institution that continues to expand their commercial footprint and services in both the UK and internationally. With state of the art facilities already in place and a further commitment to heavily invest in existing and new areas of the estate, this organisation offer an exciting future for their current and new employees.
The Estates & Facilities department of Birmingham City University seeks to recruit a suitably experienced and qualified person to undertake the role of Compliance, Risk and Lifecycle Manager. The person appointed will work within the Estates Engineering Department to monitor and report on Statutory Compliance and Risk related to the upkeep and maintenance of the estate. The person shall also manage Lifecycle replacement of assets to Birmingham City University Estate.
The post involves regular contact with members of staff, students, consultants, agencies, suppliers, and contractors.
The successful candidate will be expected to hold a qualification that would be associated with a post such as this to understand the nuances and technical challenges found in a multi sited estate. It will therefore be expected that you will hold a credible qualification in either a mechanical or electrical area, evolved your career to now include credible recent experience in the management of Lifecycle replacement, Statutory Compliance and Risk.
A comprehensive understanding of statutory maintenance is necessary as is the ability to communicate with stakeholders at all levels. As a progressive organisation, you will need to have sound IT skills, be well versed in working within a challenging environment and either have or be willing to attain membership of a suitable professional body as part of your own ongoing professional development.
There is a competitive salary on offer, a flexible work/life balance, benefits associated with working for a large institution to include a good pension and access to private health care.