Mechanical Engineer

Interserve PLC
Tunbridge Wells
10 Aug 2017
16 Aug 2017
Position Overview Responsible for the day-to-day supervision of M&E/civil PPM activities delivered by Interserve engineering teams and specialist sub-contractors/service providers. Also responsible for the welfare, direct management and administrative processes to support employees within the delivery team. Responsibilities Programme Management Responsible for the delivery of planned and reactive works within area/cluster Planning and co-ordination of works with management teams and supply chain Support to incidental works and other new works projects Ensure that information held on management information system (MIS) is accurate and timely Employee Management Responsible for the administration and welfare of Interserve employees within the delivery team Responsible for the performance management, absence management, recruitment, selection and development of staff Ensure staff are trained to carry out works safely, efficiently and to standard Networking Liaison with Client representatives and customers Development of positive working relationships with specialist contractors and supply chain Budget Management Provide accurate commercial data to ensure works are completed to time and budget Performance Management Monitor performance and report accordingly Produce performance measures to ensure that performance indicators, SLA’s and contractual obligations are met if not exceeded Use of MIS to produce performance figures against contractual performance indicators Quality Management Undertake quality audit of works in progress and completed Support the Continuous Improvement (CI) programme and identify issues to drive forward contract development Compliance & Fraud Fraud awareness Responsible for ensuring compliance with relevant legislation, Health & Safety, Quality Assurance & Environment Supply Chain Liaise, audit and manage the supply chain Continuous review and assessment of supply chain partners to meet service needs Be aware of the business continuity plan for the part of the business you work in. What we are looking for Experience in a similar role with a proven track record in the effective management of planned programme of works and reactive works co-ordinating multi skilled work groups Excellent people management skills while able to manage sub-contractors and supply chain Both commercially and financially aware Fully conversant with current H&S legislation and process management systems Understanding of asset management information systems together with remote monitoring integrated technology Experience in the supervision of labour Holder of a full and valid driving licence Flexible working, will be required to be available on a callout system Qualified electrical and/or mechanical engineer ( BS7671 qualified, City & Guilds engr, ONC, building services, etc) or equivalent Both commercially and financially aware IT literate Sets and maintains very high standards of delivery – attention to detail essential Effectively manages staff performance, provides regular and constructive feedback Enables others to excel Driven to complete tasks above expectations Diligent, professional and intuitive High degree of self motivation and dedication to achieving excellence Able to interpret contract detail and implement requirements Excellent communication skills Excellent customer service skills. Valid formal Health & Safety qualification e.g. IOSH (desirable) Additional job board text Interserve’s vision is to redefine the future for people and places. We are one of the world's foremost support services and construction companies, operating in the public and private sectors in the UK and internationally. We offer advice, design, construction, equipment, facilities management and front-line public services. Interserve is based in the UK and is listed in the FTSE 250 index. We have gross revenue of £3.6 billion and a workforce of over 80,000 people worldwide. We are committed to equal opportunities for all. This job was originally posted as