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Facilities Management Contracts Officer

  • Location

    Berkshire, England

  • Sector:

    Housing

  • Job type:

    Temporary

  • Salary:

    Up to £20.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Ross Henderson

  • Contact email:

    ross@remedyhousing.co.uk

  • Salary high:

    20

  • Salary low:

    20

  • Job ref:

    FMCO1_1556788542

  • Published:

    18 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-06-01

Facilities Management Contract Officer

Berkshire

£20ph

A Facilities Management Contract Manager needed for a Local Authority for procurement and tendering of contracts for the Buildings & Facilities Management Service.

Developing and maintaining effective processes and systems for specifying, negotiating and monitoring of Facilities Management services and goods contracts.

Undertaking a programme of regular contract and quality monitoring of commissioned services.

Developing, implementing and monitoring improvement action plans.

Identify improvements to contractual arrangements and models to enhance service quality and maximise value for money.

Financial Management for all Buildings & Facilities Management contracts, scrutinising to ensure accurate charging.

To negotiate, document, supervise and monitor the Buildings & Facilities Management services and goods contracts within a diverse stock portfolio.

To support delivery of Buildings & Facilities Management projects, across the service as required applying appropriate project management tools.

To ensure contracts are legislatively compliant and to monitor the effectiveness of the contracts and schedules to ensure maximum service reliability, carrying out technical audits, completing variation orders and recommending improvements as required.

To undertake both planned and reactive monitoring of services such as cleaning, catering, waste etc. to ensure the contractor is meeting identified and required quality standards. Work closely with the Estate Management Service as well as the contractor to identify areas of concern, and develop and monitor improvement action plans.