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Planned Works Team Leader

Planned Works Team Leader

Location - Grimsby or Boston with option to work from home if needed

Permanent position

Salary - £36,504 per annum

Main purpose of job

  • To ensure the client can deliver a successful and excellent service within a contracting environment for the provision of all aspects of planned & cyclical maintenance across the organisation, North and South.
  • Responsible for the day to day operational delivery and contract administration of all associated planned & cyclical maintenance projects/contracts, in a client capacity.
  • Monitor, manage and report on all performance in line with all key performance indicators and targets.
  • Monitor, manage and report on commercial activity related to relevant budgets,
  • Ensure Asset Systems are properly managed and maintained to ensure stock data is up-to-date and relevant.
  • Management of a small team of staff within the planned works team.

Key Management responsibilities for Planned Works Team Leader

  • Responsible for the successful delivery of the planned maintenance and cyclical works and special projects.
  • Highly motivated and responsible for providing line management to the Planned Works team.
  • Liaison and working with other Team Leaders to ensure seamless and joined up delivery of services within the Asset Management function
  • Prepare procurement/contract documentation such as ITT, specifications and schedules of work and undertake procurement exercises through e-tendering portals in line with client procedures.
  • Plan for and undertake Section 20 consultation as appropriate
  • Ensure all client statutory obligations are met/discharged, i.e. Planning permission, Building Control, Party Wall Act,
  • Working and demonstrable working knowledge and application of companies obligations in relation to Health & Safety legislation are met/discharged. For example, CDM, Health and Safety at Work Act and the Management of Health and Safety Regulations.
  • Working and demonstrable understanding of sector legislation/standards for example Decent Homes Standard, HHSRS, Disrepair, Homes Act 2018 and its application to the area of work.
  • Responsible for the effective contract management and administration of all Planned Investment & cyclical investment works and Special Project contracts.
  • Ensures all required performance reporting is accurate and provided regularly, on time.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all planned major works are communicated to the Compliance team to ensure that Fire Safety and Legionella risks are considered and mitigated.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all components replaced are communicated to the Asset Systems Team.
  • Responsible for ensuring that all asbestos surveys and removals are reported to the Compliance Team.
  • Responsible for providing comprehensive periodic budget information for Planned Investment programmes and monitoring on a timely basis to enable accurate budget reporting, forecasting and planning.
  • Ensure all work is undertaken with the highest customer focused skills in line with client corporate objectives.
  • Ensure pre and post inspections are carried out and documented and defects managed.
  • To contribute to reviews of the service in line with service planning objectives for area of responsibility.
  • Undertake technical investigations, providing technical advice and feasibility studies for appropriate building projects ensuring compliance to appropriate standards.
  • Responsible for ensuring that customer satisfaction is obtained and that any dissatisfaction is followed up.
  • To keep up to date with technical issues and legislation and were necessary incorporate them into projects and service plans ensuring the client is kept updated of its responsibilities and duties.
  • To ensure that customer consultation is undertaken prior to maintenance programmes.
  • Assist the Planned Investment Manager in the preparation of programmes of work, contribute towards establishing and meeting the needs of those involved, and review management plans as necessary ensuring work will be delivered to the appropriate standards and budgetary constraint and expectations.
  • Responsible for developing and maintaining effective audit trails for client business information.
  • Ensure adequate allowances have been made within estimates and quotations for all works, or general surveying and information gathering.
  • To ensure all work is undertaken in a safe manner and that appropriate consideration is taken into account to ensure compliance with legislative, corporate, contractual and workmanship requirements.
  • Maintain and review specifications in relation to planned and cyclical works.
  • Liaise and manage external consultants and third parties in line with planned and cyclical works

Education and Qualifications

  • Relevant Degree - Construction Management BSc (D)
  • Higher National Certificate/BTEC National Certificate in Construction (E)
  • BOSH P405 Management of Asbestos in Buildings (D)
  • UKATA Asbestos Awareness (E)
  • A good working knowledge (Level 2) of building safety compliance including legionella, electrical, gas and fire safety
  • Decent Homes Standard, Homes Act 2018 (E)
  • RDSAP Data Collection (E)
  • HHSRS (E)

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

  • Minimum of 2 years demonstrable working experience managing the delivery of planned/cyclical investment works in a social housing setting.(E)
  • A proven background and experience of working within a social housing maintenance background with a very good understanding of the built environment. (E)

If you feel you have the relevant experience or would like a confidential chat with further information, please get in touch with Josh Meek on 01332 542580 or email josh.meek@sellickpartnership.co.uk