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Mechanical Engineer

£34605 - £39980 per annum
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Trainee Consultant - Estates & Facilities

Nic David

Job Description

Job Title: Maintenance Operative (Mechanical)
Location: London
Hours: Mon - Thursday 8 AM - 16:30 PM Friday 16:00 PM
Salary: £34,605 - £39,980

I am recruiting for a Maintenance Mechanical Engineer to join a well-recognised University based in central London.

Responsibilities:

* To carry out reactive and planned electrical maintenance/repairs to high standards of safety, customer service and efficiency.
* To carry out the programmed planned maintenance on utilities plant and equipment in accordance with planned maintenance procedures. This is to include MTHW and steam boilers, CHP plant, district heating plant and their associated control systems.
* To investigate, analyse and repair faults on Utilities plant and equipment, respond to breakdown, fault and service request calls. To assist other tradesmen in completing diagnostic work and then to carry out any remedial work.
* Carry out a range of programmed, planned and reactive mechanical maintenance/repairs on building services, systems, infrastructure, plant and equipment in line with relevant procedures and schedules; specifically maintain and repair HVAC plant.
* Carry out a range of programmed, planned and reactive Plumbing maintenance/repairs; the range of work will include (but is not limited to) the repair, maintenance, installation or replacement of:
Sanitary systems and fittings including toilets, urinals, hand-basins, sinks
* Internal pipework including leaks, blockages etc.
* External pipework including gutters, gulleys, rain-water pipes etc.
* Drains and drainage systems
* Glazing
* Heating systems, radiators and associated pipework
* Taps
* Fixtures and fittings including paper/soap dispensers etc. Modify existing plant, equipment, controls
and distribution systems as specified by the Maintenance Operations Supervisor or other designated manager; this to include as necessary the installation and testing of systems and completion of associated documentation.
* Interface positively with customers and maintain effective communication both directly and via Maintenance Operations Supervisor, Customer Services Centre etc.
* Investigate, diagnose and repair faults; respond to breakdowns, faults and service request calls; assist other tradesmen in completing diagnostic and remedial work.
* Modify existing plant, equipment, controls and distribution systems as specified by the Maintenance Operations Supervisor or other designated manager; this to include as necessary the installation and testing of systems and completion of associated documentation
* Work flexibly as part of a multi-skilled maintenance team across disciplines and sites as required

Qualifications and Skills:

* Successful completion of a recognised craft apprenticeship in an electrical/mechanical discipline, or accredited training programme. Successful completion of a recognised craft apprenticeship, e.g. City and Guilds 2360 parts 1 & 2 or equivalent.
* Practical experience and training in the operation and maintenance of pipework fabrication equipment.
* Knowledge of Fire alarm and Emergency Lighting systems.
* Able to undertake basic fault finding using diagnostic equipment, BMS, mechanical and electrical drawings, manuals and personal experience.
* Experience, understanding and ability to monitor plant status, interpret alarms etc.
* Awareness of plant specific checks following power interruption.

Benefits

* 41 Days holiday (27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days)
* Additional 5 days' annual leave purchase scheme
* Defined benefit career average revalued earnings pension scheme (CARE)
* Cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan

Nic David
Hard and Soft Services Consultant - Estates and Facilities

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Head of Health and Safety

£53200.00 - £69216.00 per annum

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Head of Health and Safety on behalf of a university based in South London. Occasional travel to Central London is required. This is a permanent role with a salary range of £53,200 - £69,216 depending on experience.

This is a role which covers the research arm of the University which will include overseeing health and safety within laboratories and research centres, so a background in a similar environment or a pharmaceutical company would be a massive advantage.


The successful candidate will lead occupational health and safety initiatives, providing professional guidance to staff, management, volunteers, and contractors. Key responsibilities include:


* Supporting the Sustainable Discoveries Action Plan.
* Developing and implementing the Health and Safety Action Plan.
* Offering proactive health & safety advice and ensuring compliance with legislation.
* Engaging with staff to improve health & safety performance and culture.
* Managing emergency procedures and leading during incidents.

Qualifications and Experience:


* Degree in health & safety or relevant science subject (Essential).
* NEBOSH Diploma or equivalent (Essential).
* Membership of IOSH, preferably CMIOSH (Desirable).
* Experience in laboratory and science environments (Essential).
* Experience in Higher Education/medical settings (Essential).
* Proven HSE Management systems and auditing experience (Essential).

Skills:


* Up-to-date knowledge of health & safety legislation (Essential).
* Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (Essential).
* Ability to negotiate and resolve issues diplomatically (Essential).
* Strong team leadership and organisational skills (Essential).

CHP Supervisor

£42099.00 - £50085.00 per annum

Job Title: CHP Supervisor
Location: London
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 _ 4:30 PM
Salary: £42,099 - £50,085

I am recruiting for a CHP Supervisor to join a well-recognised University based in central London.

Responsibilities:

* Supervise and direct a team of maintenance operatives (up to 20 trades based, semi-skilled and manual operatives).
* Plan, prioritise and allocate work to ensure the safe, efficient, and effective provision of reactive and planned maintenance services.
* Assist the M & E Response Manager / Critical Services Manager in the co-ordination and effective delivery of maintenance operations.
* Manage and supervise the operation of the district heating, CHPs (Combined Heat and Power) installations and the district and localised Steam systems
* Manage day to day staffing issues including performance, recruitment, discipline, appraisal, development etc. and any related problems; directly resolve day to day issues arising, exceptionally escalating to the M & E Response Manger / Critical Services Manager.
* Plan, prioritise and allocate work according to criticality to ensure the safe, efficient, and effective provision of reactive and planned maintenance services.
* Plan, prioritise and allocate work for completion by M & E Response Team / Shift and CHP Team to be carried out and completed on a regular basis in and outside of normal hours working hours. Liaise with all other Maintenance Operations Supervisors to manage work completion/progress and further planning.
* Plan, prioritise and supervise the day to day operation or the steam systems ensuring compliance and operation across the campus
* Plan, prioritise and supervise the operation of the district heating and all CHP installations across the campus
* Be responsible for the health and safety of their team, generating Risk Assessment & Method Statement (RAM) for specific works undertaken by the team as well and monitoring the Dynamic Risk Assessment App (DRA) used by the operatives. This also includes reviewing the RAM's for any contractors under their control.
* Manage and monitor team and individual performance; utilise Famis (or any replacement CAFM system) for purposes of effective work and labour management.
* Proactively review and assess workload trends, priorities, and events to ensure the most effective deployment of resources. Assess any conflicting priorities and plan work to mitigate operational and business risk.
* Support the sustainability and carbon policy by providing insights into operational changes to yield energy savings such as product/component changes or improved operating conditions.
* Work closely with our incumbent BMS Service provider to investigate and diagnose faults using BMS, drawings, manuals etc.; respond to breakdowns, faults, and service request calls; assist tradesmen in completing diagnostic and remedial work.

Qualifications and Skills:

* Experience working cooperatively and strategically in a team environment with all levels of personnel, and internal and external stakeholders.
* Demonstrable success in developing and managing relationships with support functions, stakeholders and third party suppliers.
* Demonstrated skills in researching, gathering, and preparing documents and presentations.
* An ability to think strategically and plan for the medium and long term as well as on a day-to-day basis.
* Experience of supervising/managing operational teams.
* Experience, understanding and ability to monitor plant status, interpret alarms etc.
* Good knowledge of first line response to reactive calls and experience of working with help desk system.
* Willingness and ability to work flexibly across a range of sites/buildings and adjust hours of work to provide optimal service to customers.

Benefits

* 41 Days holiday (27 days annual leave 8 bank holiday and 6 closure days)
* Additional 5 days' annual leave purchase scheme
* Defined benefit career average revalued earnings pension scheme (CARE)
* Cycle to work scheme and season ticket loan

Nic David
Hard and Soft Services Consultant - Estates and Facilities

Head of Estates

Up to £400 per day

MMP Consultancy is actively seeking a dynamic and experienced Head of Estates to manage hard services across multiple NHS hospitals in North London. This pivotal role requires a hands-on approach and a commitment to operational excellence within the NHS framework.

Key Responsibilities:

* Oversee and manage hard services across multiple NHS hospitals in North London.
* Travel to various sites as required (5 days per week).
* Lead and manage a team of engineers and operatives.
* Ensure compliance with Health Technical Memoranda (HTMs).
* Maintain a high standard of operational efficiency and safety.

Candidate Requirements:

* Extensive experience within the NHS.
* Strong engineering background.
* In-depth knowledge of HTMs.
* Proven track record in managing engineers and operatives in a highly operational environment.
What We Offer:
* Competitive daily rate of circa £400 (via an umbrella company).
* Opportunity to work with a dedicated team in a critical healthcare setting.
* Potential for contract extension or permanent placement based on performance

Caretaker

£24921.00 - £29328.00 per annum

Join a small hospital is the Hampshire area as a Caretaker/Handperson

Hours: 8am- 4pm Monday to Friday, with on-call cover (1 week in 4)
Occasional weekends required (approximately four per year)
Flexibility to cover 7am - 3pm shifts when needed.

Salary and Benefits:

Annual salary ranging from £24,921 to £29,328 depending on experience
22 days of annual leave plus bank holidays
4% pension scheme
On-site parking
Comprehensive training provided after 3 months:
Pool and plant operation
Scaffolding tower training
Chainsaw training

Role Overview:

As a Caretaker and Maintenance Technician, you'll be the go-to person for keeping our facilities in top condition. From minor repairs to general caretaking duties, your expertise will ensure our premises are safe, functional, and welcoming to all.

Key Responsibilities:

Perform general caretaking duties to maintain cleanliness and orderliness.
Address light plumbing issues, such as unblocking drains and replacing fixtures.
Conduct basic electrical maintenance, including changing switches and lights.
Repair doors and handrails to uphold safety standards.

Requirements:

Local resident preferred.
Ability to handle on-call responsibilities and occasional weekend shifts.
Willingness to cover early shifts as needed.
If you're a hands-on problem-solver with a passion for maintenance, this role is for you!
Join our team and play a vital role in ensuring our facilities run smoothly and efficiently.


Estates Admin Manager

£32000 - £35000.00 per annum

MMP Consultancy is seeking an Estates Administration Manager on behalf of a Private School based in East Hertfordshire. This is a 12-month fixed term contract to cover maternity leave with the opportunity to move into a permanent position elsewhere within the school at the end of the fixed term contract. The salary for this role is £35,000 per annum

The Estates Administration Manager will oversee administrative functions within the Estates department, manage compliance certification, schedule planned activities using our CAFM software, and coordinate contractor visits. This role involves providing day-to-day support to the Estate Director and assisting with various ad-hoc projects.

Key Responsibilities:
* Manage compliance certification, pre-planned maintenance, and related servicing.
* Ensure the Control of Contractor Policy is implemented and contractors are approved before site visits.
* Maintain holiday, absence, and uniform allowance processes.
* Oversee the Every system for PPM, assets, contractors, and users.
* Ensure accurate purchasing, invoice management, and financial reporting.
* Assist with residential property management, including inspections and landlord compliance.
* Deputise for the Property and Helpdesk Manager and Estates Helpdesk Coordinator as needed.
* Provide ad-hoc administration support, including holiday cover, minute-taking, and documentation.
* Ensure compliance with risk assessments, health and safety standards, and other statutory regulations.
* Provide administrative support to the Estate Director.

Requirements:
* Proven experience in a similar role
* High level of computer literacy
* Proficient in Google Suite and Microsoft Office
* Excellent communication and written skills
* Highly organised with the ability to prioritise work to meet deadlines
* Excellent attention to detail


list Mechanical Tradesperson / Plumber

£39000.00 - £43000.00 per annum

Job Title: Mechanical Engineer / Plumber
Location: Regent's Park
Hours: Monday - Friday 7 AM - 3 PM Then alternates 11 AM - 7 PM
Salary: £39,000 - £43,00

I am recruiting for a Maintenance Mechanical Engineer to join a well-recognised University based in London.

Responsibilities:

* Experience working with AC systems, AHUs FCUs and BMS knowledge.
* Plumbing Instal and maintenance
* Performing maintenance work in a manner that improves equipment and ensures regs and safety standards are met.
* Good communication skills and the ability to address a variety of stakeholders.
* Carry out routine, emergency, maintenance, repair, and refurbishment work.
* Sound working knowledge of standard IT packages, systems and/or databases.
* Preventative and reactive repairs.
* Experience and knowledge of working in a Maintenance environment.
* Conducting follow-ups on all maintenance and repair work.
* Proactive approach to relationship development with colleagues.
* Inspect the building regularly.
* Ability to interpret and apply guidelines to a specific activity.
* Maintain health and safety applying to plant, machinery, and tools to ensure safe working practices.
* Experience of working in a customer-facing environment.

Qualifications and Skills:

* Mechanical Qualification required: Minimum Level 2 City & Guilds / NVQ
* 2-stage interview process.
* Relevant hands-on experience in building maintenance and fault finding.
* Experience with BMS.
* Good communication skills.
* Cleared DBS.
* Basic IT Skills.
* Reliable, trustworthy, and punctual.
* Comfortable working on your own and as part of a team.

Benefits

* 27 days annual leave (Additional winter and summer holidays)
* Access to well-being centre
* Pension and private healthcare
* Private healthcare

Hard and Soft Services Consultant - Estates and Facilities

T: 01920 871 121
W: www.mmpconsultancy.co.uk L: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolas-david-56ba72231/