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Facility Manager

Bevara’s growing Facility Management division is looking to add another member to our team. Our next Facility Manager will serve our clients through sustainable and impactful management of their buildings and sites. Our ideal candidate is someone who is ready to provide a high level of internal and external customer service with regular visits to customer job sites. This person must be ready to jump in and take challenges head on and should aim to increase our knowledge and help us better serve our customers and contractors. Responsibilities:Manage a diverse portfolio of properties in and around Norfolk, VA. Create solutions for various client property and asset challenges.Coordinate system repairs and monitor system performance (HVAC, Fire Alarm, etc.)Oversee all subcontracted services for each building/asset (janitorial, elevator, snow removal, fire protection, etc.)Manage subcontractor bidding processes (bid leveling, vendor selection, vendor startup).Meet with clients and attend building walk throughs, some out of town or overnight travel may be required per client needs.Ensure compliance with all safety and security protocols.Check in on large projects; make sure they are staying on specified timeline and budget.Build rapport with onsite property teams; manage technical escalations.After-hours availability is required for emergency situations.Other duties as assigned.Requirements:High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)3+ years facility/building management experienceWorking knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and HVAC systemsExperience working with 3rd party vendors and contractorsProficiency with computer applications, such as Microsoft Office SuiteHave a strong customer orientation and positive attitudeExcellent written and verbal communication skillsMust be comfortable in a fast paced, ambiguous, and agile environment

Bevara • Norfolk, U.S.

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Facility Manager

About the PositionBevara’s growing Facility Management division is looking to add another member to our team. Our next Facility Manager will serve our clients through sustainable and impactful management of their buildings and sites. Our ideal candidate is someone who is ready to provide a high level of internal and external customer service with regular visits to customer job sites. This person must be ready to jump in and take challenges head on and should aim to increase our knowledge and help us better serve our customers and contractors.Responsibilities:Manage a diverse portfolio of properties in and around Norfolk, VA.Create solutions for various client property and asset challenges.Coordinate system repairs and monitor system performance (HVAC, Fire Alarm, etc.)Oversee all subcontracted services for each building/asset (janitorial, elevator, snow removal, fire protection, etc.)Manage subcontractor bidding processes (bid leveling, vendor selection, vendor startup).Meet with clients and attend building walk throughs, some out of town or overnight travel may be required per client needs.Ensure compliance with all safety and security protocols.Check in on large projects; make sure they are staying on specified timeline and budget.Build rapport with onsite property teams; manage technical escalations.After-hours availability is required for emergency situations.Other duties as assigned.Requirements:High School Diploma (or GED or High School Equivalence Certificate)3+ years facility/building management experienceWorking knowledge of electrical, mechanical, and HVAC systemsExperience working with 3rd party vendors and contractorsProficiency with computer applications, such as Microsoft Office SuiteHave a strong customer orientation and positive attitudeExcellent written and verbal communication skillsMust be comfortable in a fast paced, ambiguous, and agile environment

Bevara • Norfolk, U.S.

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QHSE Manager

The Role: QHSE Regional Manager Location: London & The South Salary: Up to £60,000paMy client is a Facilities Management service provider who is experiencing fantastic growth across London and the South East. Due to a number of new contract wins, we are now looking for a qualified and passionate QHSE Manger to join the team.In this instance the QHSE Regional Manager role comes with a strong technical bias towards M&E and Building Maintenance.All about you:The incoming candidate will be tasked with improving performance through the monitoring and inspections of QHSE management systems and procedures at site level. This will include ISO 45001, ISO14001, ISO9001 requirements.You will take a proactive QHSE business role to promote and support a culture of Quality, Health, Safety and environment, supporting the objectives for the business by engaging with the operational teams, helping to educate and reinforce the importance and delivery of QHSE standardsYour experience will drive and support QHSE objectives, contract mobilisation support, inspection, and audits and QHSE training.Key Responsibilities: Facilitate and drive internal compliance and awareness of QHSE and Technical maintenance standards throughout the region, by ensuring that client, corporate and sector policy/procedures are adhered to and complied withSupport the Implementation of QHSE policies changesCarryout and/ or support the regional operation teams in the completion of risk assessments (inc. COSHH) and development of safe operating methodsEnsuring QHSE reporting platforms for the region are updated, monitored, and maintainedCollate information to formalise monthly reports to drive continuous improvement across the businessAct as the competent Person for all health and safety matters for the region, advising regional teams, identifying, and responding to current legal and best practice requirementsWork proactively with managers and other key employees to establish and maintain a programme of continuous improvement in the management of health, safety and wellbeing within their areas of responsibility.Development, maintaining and influencing of a strong reporting cultureTo support management in and/or lead investigations of occurrences, hazards etc. and ensure corrective and preventative actions are implemented and evidenced Essential Qualifications:NEBOSH Qualified or equivalentBackground in Services facilities Industry with a focus / bias for Technical Services (M&E)Good knowledge of health, safety, environment and quality standards and implementationStrong organisation, prioritisation and planning skillsStrong communication skillsSound IT and PC skills including Microsoft office packages and Teams.The ability to build and maintain professional and proactive relationships, operational teams and clientsFull, clean UK driving licence.Willingness to stay away from home for short periods, overnight, should business needs require it.Passionate about the role QHSE plays in being a successful partner of choice, and the desire to make a positive difference. Proven record in Health and Safety role Added Bonus points for…NEBOSH Diploma / NVQ L5 or EquivalentIOSH/IEMA Environmental certificateLevel 3 trainer (Health & Safety Training)Membership of Health and Safety networking professional forums / organisations i.e. IOSH / IIRSM / IEMATrained ISO Internal Auditor

COREcruitment LTD • London, United Kingdom

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Move Coordinator (Temp 6-9 mths) Telework Optional

The Building People, LLC, has two positions open for a full-time temporary (6 to 9 months) Move Coordinator. The Move Coordinator will assist the Senior Project Manager will all tasks associated with managing the relocation of a federal agency into a new office location.Responsibilities/DutiesBe proficient in Microsoft Office Suite or ProgramsProvide services required for the reorganization and consolidation of existing facilities and opening new facilitiesMaintaining project documentation, coordinating schedules, and providing onsite supervision of move activityAids in compliance with agency acceptability criteria upon vacating government buildingsAssists in the scheduling, oversight, and coordination of furniture delivery and installation.Coordinates paperwork and subcontracts involved in relocation project.Serve as liaison between federal agency and moving company.Track and manage requests and ensure work is completed or issues are resolved in a timely manner and in accordance with customer and management expectations.Develop and maintain records to track cost and work accomplished through to project completion.Must possess excellent communication skills and provide outstanding customer service in support of federal staff, i.e., Administrative Officer, Project Manager(s), Administrative Support assistants, occupants, tenant agency staff, etc.Perform other duties as assigned. This position will not have supervisory responsibilities.Required ExperienceFive (5) plus years of related experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience.Preferred EducationBachelor's degree (B. A.) from an accredited college or university and a minimum three (3) years of experience

The Building People • Atlanta, U.S.

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