Site Services Co-ordinator

Ensure that all buildings & facilities (internal/external/roadways/etc.) are maintained to JM standards and are fit for purpose. Ensure all essential site services i.e. gas, water, steam, compressed air, drains, shared chemical lines are maintained to ensure safe and reliable service to Operations in line with site KPI targets. To manage all 3rd party contractors in relation to site services and to ensure that documentation is kept in order, up to date and in line with legislation. Provide scope of works and project proposals for the renewal of key site service equipment as it comes to the end of its life.
Key responsibilities:
Ensure that all site services activities are managed safely and conform to all JM policies and current legislation.
Management and repair of all roadways including road markings, pathways, barriers and fencing.
Management of all buildings infrastructure including roofs/ceilings, walls and floors including regular inspections and maintenance.
Management of all carpentry, painting and domestic plumbing on site.
Co-ordinate site drainage surveys and maintenance work as required.
Responsible for all site services up to the point of use including; steam, compressed air, demineralized & softened water, pipework, pipe bridges, supports, identification, lagging and trace heating.
Manage 3rd party contracts for site services such as Boilers, Air Compressors, CHP, etc.
Ensure that 3rd party arrangements are in place inside and out of hours to provide support as and when it is required for the above.
Are you the ideal candidate?
Minimum engineering/building services based qualification to HNC level or equivalent with appropriate experience in a high hazard/chemical/pharmaceutical environment
Experience in control of contractor processes and contractor management disciplines
Minimum 5 years' experience working within a maintenance function for a 24/7 operation
Line management experience

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