HSQE and Facilities Manager

Expires on 05/23/2024

  • £40,005
  • Leek Wootton
  • Permanent
  • Liam Roberts

We are currently working with a public sector business, recruiting for an HSQE and Facilities Manager.

You will be working across several sites, so will need a full clean driving licence. If you are looking for an opportunity to help improve processes and gain valuable experience, please apply!

Your responsibilities will involve:

  • To be accountable for the end-to-end management of all local HSQE and facilities management activities within your assigned portfolio of premises.
  • To be accountable for maintaining standards and managing the performance of local contract staff.
  • To be accountable for delivering a positive experience to internal and external customers, working alongside local operational H&S/ infrastructure leads.
  • To support the delivery of capital projects, or take ownership of them when required, based on your assigned portfolio of premises.
  • To monitor, manage and control premises-specific budgets and spending, working alongside the Senior HSQE and Facilities Manager.
  • To keep abreast of all emerging new regulations and legislation and new industry best practices.
  • To engage with local staff and act as their voice centrally to both management and board structures, in relation to tasking, prioritisation of works, disruption, provision of technical advice and practical delivery.
  • To be accountable for and to ensure that local staff are briefed on and exhibit a strong and compliant HSQE culture within your assigned portfolio of premises.
  • To ensure external contractors are competent and comply with HSE legislation whilst carrying out works within your assigned portfolio of premises.
  • To inform best practices, implement change and innovation, and mitigate risk so that it is consistent across the estate.
  • To coordinate sub-contractors and available central facilities team resources to ensure the most appropriate and efficient facilities management service.
  • To effectively utilise a Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) system and/ or wider facilities-related systems to ensure timely delivery of PPM and associated reactive maintenance.
  • Understand and manipulate technical building, FM services, financial and other statistical data to write reports, contribute to budget setting and feed monthly reports.
  • To act as a champion locally for all health, safety, quality, environmental, security and wider facilities.
  • To ensure efficient use of space in accordance with the estates and connected agile working strategies, policies and procedures, by reporting on vacant space, updating space allocation systems/ plans, as well as ensuring that allotted spaces are effectively policed between departments


  • Proven experience in the delivery of facilities management services, across multi-sites in a customer service environment.
  • Experience in the practical application and knowledge of health and safety management, specifically the management of asbestos, fire safety, legionella, gas and electrical installations and other plant and mechanical systems.
  • Experience in the management of ‘hard and soft’ facilities contracts.
  • Experienced in managing a 24/7 service-critical operation.
  • Experienced in responding to a diverse range of customer requirements.
  • ICT competent in the use of Microsoft applications, Autocad, CAFM systems
  • Proven budgetary management.
  • Level 6 degree level in Facilities Management.
  • Member of the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management.
  • NEBOSH General Certificate qualification or working towards obtaining.

Our Facilities Management - Public Sector Specialist

Liam Roberts

Liam is a recruitment consultant in our Facilities Management team. He started at Mainstay in early 2022 and quickly picked up the industry. He recruits for a variety of roles, from engineers to senior appointments in both the private and public sector.

Contact Liam Roberts for more information about this job.

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