Jacobs Facilities Management Workspace Delivery Lead in Bridgwater, United Kingdom
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Work-life balance and flexibility is a key focus area for Jacobs. We’re happy to discuss hybrid, part-time and flexible working hours, patterns and locations to suit you and our business.
About the Opportunity
The FM Workspace Delivery Lead reports directly to the Site Operations FM Service and Area Manager and is responsible for the delivery and implementation of the workplace planning for office and other internal building areas, maintaining a database of space use and furniture fittings equipment. Responsible for ensuring the efficient delivery of a singular but substantial support service in accordance with all safety, quality time and cost parameters to meet the needs of the HPC construction project for accommodation space and work areas. The FM Workspace Delivery Lead will provide leadership, input and advice for their scope of work to support the effective use of the buildings for operational use – and may be involved in all stages of the strategy, procurement, planning, implementation, contract management and operation of their key service and contract area.
The FM Workspace Delivery Lead will be responsible for developing, reviewing and amending policies and procedures that underpin the workspace strategy and delivery within their work area, and may also be called upon to help prepare detailed specifications, in support of the in contract procurement process.
The role holder will provide the strategic and operational planning for the delivery of all workspace areas in NNB supplied buildings and if required contractor supplied building internal work areas. A CAD service and lead manager is provided by G4S FM to support the delivery of the workspace management. Key responsibilities include the operation of all NNB owned office building facilities to achieve financial and commercial targets whilst ensuring compliance arrangements throughout the project lifecycle. The role involves engaging with and management of the relationship with key stakeholders and customers to provide, monitor and improve the workspace management services delivered.
Manage day to day the provision of a workspace management service for NNB office buildings and facilities for existing and future building areas
Manage and be directly responsible for a specific service contract deliverable to support the role with CAD and moves management
Be accountable for ensuring all statutory, regulatory and site controls are complied with
Form effective relationships with their service contract partner and lead manager for the service; clarity, respect, positivity, humility and integrity
Ensure the CAD and database software packages are suitable for use of the team to maintain Master drawings and data files
Ensure the contract partners team are fully competent to perform their assigned roles – and that any shortfalls are reported to the Service Manager without delay
Develop and implement plans to ensure service delivery meets or exceeds the expectations and project work schedule – includes collection of forecasting information on workforce requirements
Ensure early intervention to avoid any escalation of issues affecting service delivery by working in the spirit of a ‘one team approach’
Define the work scope to be delivered within the contract or package of work and the interfaces with all other elements of the project.
Anticipate and resolve any issues arising with the G4S FM contract for package of works and services, identifying risks and facilitating their resolution or escalate to Service Manager
Support the preparation of monthly reports workspace management including safety performance, performance against SLAs, performance against KPIs, financial reporting, project forecasting and forward planning
Address office building technical and service delivery concerns and develop solutions for approval.
Co-ordinate the delivery of workspace services and play a key role in managing the process to include:
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Degree standard education in related subject or equivalent experience.
Experience of working with and developing budgets.
Management [or leadership] experience in a service lead environment.
Must be confident in own abilities and be able to deliver in a dynamic environment.
Willingness to learn from both successes and failures.
Proven experience within a workspace management service
Excellent communication skills and able to strike up effective working relationships.
Must be willing to work with our local supply chain partners in a cooperative way.
Recognised and certificated ‘Behavioural Safety Programme’.
Recent IOSH accreditation [or equivalent].
CAD training or qualification
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