Facilities Management Consultant

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Facilities Management Consultant

  • Sector:

    Technical & Engineering

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  • Salary:

    £45000 to £50000

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    Rachel Evans

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  • Published:

    19 days ago

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Position - Facilities Management Consultant Location - London Reporting to - Operations Manager Desired Experience & or Qualifications • Diploma or degree level education • Industry recognised qualification in Facilities Management/Asset Management/Project Management/H&S etc • Previous experience in FM consultancy capacity • Demonstratable case study experience in a strategic FM context • Awareness of facilities management industry standards and guides. NEC 4 would be particularly advantageous • Awareness of typical building systems and operations • Tendering of FM services from pre-qualification stage to contract award • Good understanding of compliance in terms of health and safety and maintenance Typical Duties Our client is looking for a multi skilled Facilities Management Consultant to work within their existing team in London. The role includes working on a variety of projects across industry sectors undertaking strategic facilities management advisory services. You will form an integral part of the multi-disciplinary facilities management consultancy team. You will have a high degree of autonomy and be required to remain proactive and versatile, as the work undertaken is extremely diverse in both scope and type of clients. You will be highly organised with excellent attention to detail and excellent report writing abilities. You will help conduct strategic reviews, develop strategy and support the procurement of supply chain on behalf of clients, including developing tender documentation and facilitating the procurement process. You will be well versed in facilities management at different life cycle stages of a project and understand the interfaces with other key management disciplines including asset management, health and safety, quality, environment, compliance and risk management. We are looking for candidates, who exude fun and enthusiasm; take pride in their work, enjoy a challenge, and are willing to continuously learn and develop their competencies and skills. • Analyse performance of service providers • Review contract arrangements • Complete gap analysis • Conduct stakeholder interviews • Develop and justify recommendations • Assess service delivery options • Formulate strategy • Develop operational plans, processes and procedures • Develop tender documentation • Manage procurement processes and coordinate activities between client and bidders • Develop and manage project programmes • Identify risks and develop mitigating strategies • Develop project progress reports for clients • Attend and participate in presentations • Attend client meetings and advise accordingly • Manage your own time efficiently and complete timesheets • Comply with internal management processes • Attend quarterly management meetings • Write proposals and support business development activity • Undertake duties to support the wider team and the business Training Programme requirements: • Commit to goals and objectives of a career development programme including attendance of in-house and external training • Commit to achieving or maintaining professional membership status through relevant professional institution • Support the development of team members and undertake the mentoring of members, particularly apprentices Candidates should have a flexible attitude to work, be willing to learn, develop and travel and be willing to participate in corporate social responsibility. The role will incorporate a mix of office and remote working, with site visits nationally. Candidates should ideally be based in/around London and surrounding area.