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Caretaker

Up to £29260.00 per annum pension annual leave plus more
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Senior Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Amy McGeown

Job Description

Job Title: Caretaker
Location: Ashford, Surrey TW15
Hours: 45 hours per week (Monday to Friday: 10:00 to 19:00) with a daily 30-minute break. Occasional Saturday work required during school events or major refurbishment work.
Salary: £29,260

An amazing private school is seeking a dedicated Caretaker to join their team. The successful candidate will assist the Estates Manager in maintaining a safe, secure, and well-maintained school environment. This role is crucial in ensuring that our school remains an excellent learning environment for students and staff.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Support the Estates Manager in health and safety compliance, maintenance, and repairs.
  • Act as Fire Officer and manage site security.
  • Conduct regular site checks and take corrective actions as needed.
  • Complete risk assessments and manage corrective actions.
  • Maintain and repair equipment and facilities, including heating, electrical, and water systems.
  • Oversee the cleanliness and maintenance of school grounds.
  • Provide support for out-of-hours activities and emergency situations.
  • Perform routine painting and maintenance tasks.

Personal Specification:

  • Ability to relate well to people and maintain an even temperament.
  • Clean driving licence with D1 licence or willing to obtain (school will cover the cost)
  • Ability to handle moderate to heavy lifting.
  • Flexibility, adaptability, and willingness to work outside normal hours.
  • Understanding of school operations.
  • Team-oriented with a positive attitude and commitment to the school's vision.

Qualifications and Experience:

  • First Aid training or willingness to be trained.
  • Knowledge of basic health and safety at work requirements.
  • Proven DIY skills and competence with hand tools; skilled tradesman preferred.
  • Experience with painting and general repair work.


If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply now. We regularly recruit for Caretaker so even if this role is not suitable for you, we encourage you to register with us to be notified of future opportunities.

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Caretaker/Handyperson

£24921 - £29328 per annum pension annual leave plus more

Join a small hospital in 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 the team and play a vital role in ensuring our facilities run smoothly and efficiently.


Mechanical Tradesperson

£39000.00 - £42000.00 per annum

I am seeking a Mechanical Plumber to join an Estates team within a University based in Camden. A new permanent position with the chance to develop including generous benefits. The working week will be a shift pattern 7am - 3pm or 11pm - 7pm with one weekend a month. Work a weekend and get a day back in lieu the following week. There's an option for overtime when its available, Salary ranging £39,000 - £43,000 per annum depending upon experience and qualifications. The benefit package includes 27 days holiday plus 4 extra working days at Christmas, additional summer holidays, access to well-being centre, pension scheme, private medical care, season ticket loan and much more.

Responsibilities:

* Experience working with AC systems, AHUs FCUs and BMS knowledge.
* Performing maintenance work in a manner that improves equipment and ensure 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.

Requirements:

* 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.

To apply, please send your updated CV, detailing your relevant experience and qualifications.
Look forward to it!
Best regards,

Nicolas David

Estates Manager

Up to £45000 per annum

MMP Consultancy is seeking an Estates Manager on behalf of a Private School based in Kent to oversee the day-to-day management and enhancement of their historic estate.

Responsibilities:
* Lead the Estates team in the maintenance, repair, and improvement of all aspects of the buildings and grounds.
* Develop and implement strategic asset management and development plans.
* Manage capital projects, including procurement, planning, and execution.
* Ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and health and safety standards.
* Oversee grounds maintenance, sports facilities, and gardens.
* Manage budgets and financial controls for the Estates Department.
* Coordinate utilities, waste management, and security operations.
* Provide leadership and line management for departmental staff.

Qualifications and Skills:
* Relevant professional qualification or extensive experience in construction, engineering, or estates management.
* Health and Safety qualification (e.g., NEBOSH General Certificate) preferred.
* Strong project management and team leadership skills.
* Excellent communication and interpersonal abilities.
* Proficient in Microsoft applications and IT systems.

Pay and Benefits:
* Salary band up to £45,000 per annum, depending on experience.
* Pension Scheme and comprehensive induction/on-going professional development.
* Staff perks including use of fitness facilities, free onsite parking, and cycle to work scheme.
* Opportunities for further leadership development and career advancement.
* Small class sizes and enthusiastic students in a supportive educational environment.

Fire Risk Assessor

Up to £34 per hour

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Fire Risk Assessor on behalf of one of our NHS clients based in west London. The position is to start as soon as possible for a period of 6 to 12 months, to either be extended or to made permanent.

The successful Fire Risk Assessor can expect an hourly rate equivalent to circa £34ph umbrella, however this is to be paid directly via the NHS Trust's Staff Bank on a PAYE basis.

The Trust is looking to bring a Fire Risk Assessor on board to carry out fire risk assessments across one of three hospital sites. Fire Risk Assessments will be recorded on FCS, of which previous experience using the system is an advantage.

The ideal candidate will have experience working in a hospital, however candidates from other public sector organisations are welcome. Candidates must have a NEBOSH in Fire Safety and be familiar with HTMs.

Health and Safety Advisor

Up to £45000.00 per annum

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Health and Safety Advisor for a central London Private Hospital on a permanent basis. The salary goes up to £45,000 per annum. This role involves providing guidance, conducting audits, delivering training, and fostering a culture of safety throughout the organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
* Provide support and advice to managers and caregivers on health and safety issues.
* Conduct incident reviews and implement improvements based on learnings.
* Maintain up-to-date risk assessment programs and ensure mitigation actions are carried out.
* Oversee compliance with COSHH regulations and implement necessary controls.
* Conduct regular audits to ensure adherence to policies and procedures.
* Deliver health and safety training and develop new programs as needed.
* Support the development of Health & Safety Champions and promote a safety-oriented culture.
* Assist in the creation of performance analytics dashboards and annual reports.
* Collaborate on projects and other business activities as required.


Requirements:
* Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience.
* NEBOSH General Certificate is essential, with additional certifications desirable.
* Membership of IOSH is preferred.
* Strong organisational, interpersonal, and administrative skills.
* Previous experience in health and safety management, preferably in a healthcare setting.
* Proficiency in Microsoft Office and strong analytical skills.
* Ability to work independently, make decisions, and adapt to a fast-paced environment.
* Excellent communication and stakeholder management skills.

Senior Health and Safety Advisor

Up to £55000 per annum

MMP Consultancy is seeking a Senior Health and Safety Advisor on behalf of an FM Provider based in Kent. This is a remote/hybrid role with work across Kent, East Sussex, London, Essex and Bedfordshire. The salary is £55,000 plus a £4,872 car allowance.

Key Responsibilities:


* Offer expert advice to ensure all Group operations comply with current legislation and regulations.
* Conduct audits across sites/contracts and hub offices to maintain adherence to company HSQ&E procedures.
* Provide clear guidance to operations on utilising appropriate HSQ&E Procedures outlined.
* Serve as a reliable source of clear HSQ&E advice, promoting safe practices aligned with industry standards.
* Advise on safety, health, welfare, and fire prevention matters, aiding in hazard identification and risk assessment preparation.
* Support in staff and supplier training on company best practices.
* Contribute to the development and enhancement of systems and processes.
* Ensure all procedures align with the company's RMS HS&E Inspections and Site Visits.
* Conduct, document, and communicate inspections to relevant parties within designated timelines.
* Collaborate with sites in preparation for inspections and promptly distribute inspection reports.
* Maintain HSQ&E documentation standards in line with RMS, industry standards, and legislation.


Requirements:


* Essential minimum GRAD (now Certified) IOSH qualification.
* NEBOSH General Certificate.
* NVQ Diploma Level 5 in Occupational Health and Safety Practice (or working towards).
* Internal auditor qualifications for 9001, 14001, and/or 45001.
* NEBOSH Fire certificate or similar preferred.
* IEMA Certification or similar preferred.
* Minimum 3 years HSQE experience in a Hard services environment (Maintenance within healthcare setting advantageous).
* Experience in small projects within a Hard services FM environment.
* Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
* Proficient in IT.
* Full driving licence with own car (driving essential for the role).