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Job Introduction

The Facilities Manager is responsible for the facilities management of studios, post production and office facilities. This will include ensuring the efficient and effective operation of the facilities, managing suppliers and stakeholders, ensuring the highest standards of customer service (internal and external customers) and delivering to demanding broadcast deadlines. The role will be required to work on a flexible basis, occasionally out of hours and at weekends as required.

Role Responsibility

  • Efficient and effective management of the building/facilities services according to business objectives and customer requirements
  • Contract management of suppliers and procurement, including preparation of tender documents
  • Calculating and comparing costs for required goods and services and negotiating with suppliers to achieve maximum value 
  • Building maintenance, both ongoing and ad-hoc, including managing or administering handyman/decorative upkeep
  • Liaison with the site estate management team to ensure site facilities and grounds are maintained satisfactorily and to the terms of the lease
  • Management of building refurbishments, renovations and office moves as they arise
  • Key point of contact for facilities related health and safety matters in the business
  • Budget and record keeping of third party suppliers, including stringent management of costs and adherence to budget 
  • Management and facilitating of third party suppliers in their provision of facilities services, likely to include areas such as:
    • The maintenance contract for mechanical, electrical and public health systems and associated subcontractors
    • Security contracts for the building, including access control and CCTV systems 
    • Utilities as well as facilitating phone, IT and office arrangements  
    • Reception, maintenance, mail, and archiving services to the business 
    • Cleaning, catering, waste disposal and recycling within the business
    • People management of facilities team and front of house staff
    • Work with the Studio Production Liaison Manager and Studio Resource Managers to ensure a continued excellent customer experience
    • Work proactively to develop and improve the facilities on site within commercial limits
    • Planning for future development in line with strategic business objectives
    • Respond appropriately to emergencies or urgent issues as they arise
Job ID 36284772976 Date posted 15/09/2022 Location London, England, United Kingdom
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