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Admin and Compliance Manager

Up to £40000.00 per annum
 
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Jonny Scott Managing Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Job Description

MMP Consultancy is seeking an Administration and Compliance Manager on behalf of an FM Provider to be based across London and Bedfordshire. The role is permanent with a salary of £40,000 plus a £4,872 car allowance plus benefits.

The primary responsibility of the successful candidate will be to ensure the statutory and contractual compliance of hard services for the contract for the FM Provider's NHS clients. This role demands a meticulous individual who can manage operational, reporting/auditing, financial, and health & safety aspects efficiently.

Key Responsibilities:

Operational:
* Monitor statutory compliance, plan inspections, and promptly close out reactive works in line with standard procedures.
* Ensure timely completion and submission of client reports as per contractual timelines.
* Collaborate with Service Managers to evidence self-delivered compliance-related activities.
* Maintain a document library of compliance-related evidence for the estate.
* Responsible for contract record-keeping, processing subcontractor and operative work orders.
* Implement and monitor the use of standard documentation compliant with site set-up standards and Rydon procedures.

Competencies:
* Advanced IT skills.
* Experience in analytical and administrative tasks.
* Track record of delivering to deadlines with a high degree of accuracy.
* Experience working in a highly contractual environment.
* Customer service experience.
* Proficient use of Microsoft Package - Word/Excel/Outlook/PowerPoint.
* Experience line managing/supervising employees.
* Detailed understanding of contractual obligations.
* Understanding of healthcare-related and general best practice guidance documents.
* Experience in contractual record-keeping and complying with policy and processes.
* Experience managing clients.
* Experience delivering a customer-focused maintenance service.
* UK Driving Licence.

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* Performs semi-skilled maintenance tasks and checks, including basic Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) checks for Water, Fire, Ventilation, Electrical and Building Fabric to ensure the Trust's buildings and grounds adhere to statutory compliance and are fit for purpose.
* Competent Person level in at least one of the following: Water, Electrical, Ventilation, Lifts, Fire, Medical Gas, Pressure System, or other estate-related area.
* Diagnose and repair Electrical faults.
* Maintaining Emergency systems such as lighting, smoke, and fire alarms.
* Uses CAFM system to access work requests and feedback on job status. Ensures own work is carried out within the priority set for the task, and any work not completed is highlighted to the Helpdesk. Ensures any work undertaken is recorded on the CAFM system.
* Escalates faults, issues, risks, and items outside of their remit, competencies, and training to the appropriate specialist contractor through the Helpdesk and line manager e.g. tasks that require specialist assistance or skills
* Maintain records and conduct repairs.
* Work in various environments, including unsociable hours.
* BMS Panels

Qualifications and Skills:

* 18th edition
* City & Guilds certificate or NVQ Level 3
* 2391 (Desirable)
* Ability to use CAFM systems and handheld technology

If you are interested, kindly submit your application now. Even if your application is not successful this time, you can still register for potential future opportunities. Please note that if you do not receive a response within 10 working days, your application has not been successful on this occasion and feedback may not be provided.
Kind regards,

Senior Project Manager

***This is not an IT Project Manager vacancy. Please do not apply unless you have client-side construction/capital project manager experience. ***

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Senior Capital/Construction Project Manager on behalf of a central London based University. The candidate will be responsible for managing a team of client-side Construction Project Managers to oversee the entire lifecycle of various projects within the University's estate.

The salary is £64,691 per annum plus generous benefits including 35 days annual leave plus bank holidays plus a university closure over the winter break. The ideal candidate would be able to start as soon as possible and would have either NHS or University experience working as

Responsibilities:
* Support the Deputy Director Capital Development in implementing the Estate Strategy and University objectives, driving key initiatives, and ensuring compliance with deadlines and University values.
* Manage high-value, impactful projects, overseeing day-to-day operations and long-term planning while acting as the client lead for investment activities and engaging outsourced consultants.
* Champion sustainability, accessibility, and inclusivity in all projects, liaising with internal and external stakeholders to embed University values and ensure long-term project success.
* Accountable for project budgets, procurement, and risk management, ensuring compliance with legislative and building standards.
* Develop and implement a university-wide process for client brief development, ensuring alignment with University values and strategies.
* Establish project plans and programs, monitor progress, and communicate updates, supporting long-term campus planning and master plans.
* Enhance processes for budget development, tender specification, and material standards to drive cost-effective capital investment solutions.
* Assist the Deputy Director in team leadership and development, including training, workload planning, and project management processes.
* Collaborate with internal stakeholders for effective project delivery, providing regular updates and fostering strong communication channels.
* Undertake additional duties as directed by the Line Manager within the scope of the role.

Requirements/Qualifications:
* Appropriate professional qualification or equivalent significant professional experience in project managing large capital projects.
* Degree in relevant discipline or equivalent experience in capital development and/or project management.
* PRINCE2 qualified or equivalent project management experience.
* Significant successful experience handling multiple projects, simultaneously focusing on macro and micro detail ranging from an overview on £20m new build projects to direct management of £5K - £100k refurbishment projects.
* Significant, broad, demonstrable experience of successfully managing large and complex capital programmes.
* Proven ability in the management and successful delivery of full lifecycle programmes, demonstrating the ability to coordinate and control the programme within defined timescales and budgets.
* Significant knowledge of health and safety requirements and building standards compliance and frameworks and proven ability to apply these in practice.
* Proven awareness and understanding of risk management and applying this in practice.
* Significant successful experience in liaising with clients, solicitors, and local authorities on matters relating to development to ensure that building projects are fully compliant and in line with designated requirements.

Capital Projects Manager

This is a Construction/Capital Project Manager vacancy. Please do not apply if you are an IT Project Manager or have no Client-Side experience.

MMP Consultancy is seeking a client-side Capital Projects Manager to join the Estates & Capital Development team of an Oxfordshire-based college on a 2 year fixed-term basis. The salary range is between £50,000 - £60,000 depending on experience, plus benefits.

The successful candidate will lead the effective management of college capital projects, collaborating closely with college managers, staff, students, and design teams. Their role will involve ensuring that high-quality schemes are developed within approved budgets, timescales, and in alignment with the college's policies and priorities.
Key Responsibilities:
* Lead and manage the client briefing process, accurately identifying requirements and project scope
* Appoint and manage multi-disciplinary design teams, coordinating the design process within budget constraints
* Procure main contractors and project manage large schemes in an education environment
* Liaise with external agencies to gain statutory approvals
* Manage project risks, value engineering, and change control
* Develop and deliver minor projects programmes
* Act as a client-side project manager, ensuring expected outcomes and benefits are delivered


Requirements:
* Experience in construction management or related field
* Ideally, a degree in Construction Management or equivalent
* Membership of a professional body and a project management qualification (e.g., PRINCE2) desirable
* Background in further education advantageous
* Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written
* Proficiency in MS Office (Outlook, Word, Excel) required
* Proficient or willing to learn AutoCAD and MS Project