The Maintenance Programme Manager will design and lead a proactive building fabric maintenance programme for the universities stock of buildings which is in excess of 300 buildings.
University of Warwick is a world renowned university currently offering under graduate and post graduate courses to students from around the world.
The Maintenance Programme Manager will lead and provide strategic direction for the Building Fabric team, with responsibility for delivering both customer and condition driven projects and overall responsibility for building statutory and legal compliance elements, the delivery of PPM and reactive works.
You will also manage a programme of works across Maintenance from inception to completion, including project management support, ensuring that works are planned, managed and delivered within appropriate timescales and budget.
Other job responsibilities will include:
- Lead and manage the diagnosis of building fabric related issues, working in conjunction with the Electrical Services and Mechanical Services teams as required.
Work with Estates colleagues to generate and evaluate building fabric condition information and use this to develop and implement annual and 5-year building fabric maintenance and project plans.
Accountability for annual budgets for planned and reactive maintenance, providing monthly reporting and management information for future budgets and 5-year plans.
- Lead and manage the Building Fabric team, ensuring that the team have they requisite skills and knowledge to maintain the estate and infrastructure
To be the Responsible Person for Static lifting equipment, involving overseeing routine maintenance, insurance and compliance checks for all static lifting equipment assigned to estates and supporting via contractor all University compliance in the area.
The ideal candidate for this role will need to possess a high technical understanding of building fabric and maintenance. This will ideally mean that you are an MRICS Chartered Building Surveyor holding a degree in Building Surveying or a related subject.
You will be required to be on campus 3 days a week so you must be able to get to Warwick on a weekly basis to meet this requirement.
A competitive salary is on offer and you will also receive a generous annual leave allowance and be enrolled on to an attractive pension scheme.
Interviews for this role will take place mid September.