The role holder, alongside existing colleagues, will provide soft facilities services to buildings and tenants as part of the Facilities Management team. The work supports the academic community and contributes to the smooth running of the buildings and sites.
The role holder frequently works non-standard, unsocial hours and weekends as part of a shift system covering a 7-day operation; sometimes working without direct supervision across multiple buildings and sites.
The role holder provides the following diverse and responsible services :
Morning or evening Site and building inspections
Provision of site security including unlock and locking up, first point of call daytime, evening and weekend security incidents.
Monitoring and reporting any issues regarding cleaning standards within the buildings
Setting and resetting of seminar rooms, lecture theatres and event spaces to agreed pattern or style.
Co-ordinating access for removal company and co-ordinating logistics for office moves including assisting where required.
General maintenance, including agreed tasks of hanging noticeboards, making good walls, painting, litter picking, assisting with waste disposal.
Monitoring and policing site car parking including contact with tenant contact.
Operating various IT Systems both generic and bespoke to Facilities.
First response AV support for faulty equipment in meeting rooms and Lecture Theatres.
The ideal candidate will require strong interpersonal skills, organisational skills and IT skills. Basic DIY skills are essential for the role, and knowledge of the general processes that relate to custodial work will greatly benefit the role holder.
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Please quote reference BA30134 on your application and in any correspondence about this vacancy.
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