Trust Vacancies

Facilities Manager

  • Grade 11 SCP39-43 (£41,675-£45,591) depending on experience,
  • 37 hours per week,
  • To work all year round with 38 days holiday (including statutory and concessionary days),
  • Plus access to Local Government Pension Scheme.

Sentamu Academy Learning Trust (SALT) is made up of five academies, one secondary academy, two alternative provision academies and two primary academies, all situated within the Hull boundary.

Collectively these academies occupy nine buildings; the trust also owns a residential centre based in Cumbria.

Primarily based at the Archbishop Sentamu Academy, you will oversee all aspects of our estate and facilities functions to ensure that the Academy’s 15,000m2 modern secondary school building and grounds remain operationally functional, maximising their life expectancy, whilst also ensuring that the estate meets its Statutory Compliance and Health and Safety requirements. You will manage the outsourced Hard FM contract requirements and the in-house Soft FM Services teams of caretakers and cleaners. In addition you will oversee the delivery of the Catering Contract.

Across the trust you will hold responsibility for working with the site teams to ensure a programme of asset management is in place, supported by a framework for legal and statutory compliance at all Trust sites.

The successful candidate will have significant previous relevant experience, ideally from an asset management, public assess or contract management discipline. You will have strong technical Facilities or Estates background with at least 3 years’ management experience as well as the ability to project manage within budget to ensure the best service outcomes and value for money for the trust.

Job Description: Facilities Manager

Closing Date for applications: 9:00am, Monday 18th November 2019

We are unable to accept applications without a completed application form. Please see complete the following form: SALT Application Form Admin Support

If you would like an informal chat about this vacancy please contact Human Resources on 01482 781912

The Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. This post is subject to an Enhanced DBS the cost of which will be met by the Academy. Archbishop Sentamu Academy is an equal opportunities employer.

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