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Catering Manager

Up to £0.00 per annum

MMP Consultancy are seeking a Catering Manager in the Chelmsford area for distinctive, comprehensive school. The catering role involves overseeing the preparation and presentation of food to meet school standards and comply with catering standards. Responsibilities include ordering supplies, ensuring proper storage, supervising cooking staff, monitoring menu planning and budget, and addressing feedback. Communication with finance officers and regular team meetings are essential. Leadership duties include training new staff and monitoring performance. Health and safety compliance, including reporting accidents and maintaining cleanliness, is crucial. Additionally, ensuring security of supplies and equipment, self-development, promoting the service, identifying improvements, handling cash, and fulfilling other duties as required are part of the role. Duties may be adjusted as needed by the Leadership Team. Please apply wthin if you are interested.

Cleaning Assistant

Up to £11898 per annum

MMP Consultancy are looking for a Cleaning Assistant at a Independent School in South West Herts with hours from 4:00pm to 8:00pm, Monday to Friday, and a salary of £11,898 per annum. Responsibilities include undertaking cleaning tasks, following schedules, ensuring safety, and being available for overtime. Applicants must be hardworking, experienced, and willing to work flexibly. They must also adhere to child protection and health and safety policies. The deadline for applications is April 29th, and interviews may be conducted before then. The school is committed to equal opportunities and safeguarding. If you are intersted please apply within.

Neighbourhood Housing Team Leader

£40000 - £41304 per annum

MMP Consultancy are working with a fantastic organisation to recruit Neighbourhood Housing Team Leader to join them on a Permanent basis, based in Kent.

Please note, this position offers Hybrid Working.

Key Responsibilities
* Lead, and develop Neighbourhood Housing Officers, work closely with Neighbourhood Housing Managers to provide a consistent, positive, solution focused approach to providing excellent services, on your own patch and within the team.
* Work with and support the wider Neighbourhood Housing Team and Neighbourhood Managers to comply with new Housing Consumer Standards
* Support and provide cover for Neighbourhood Housing Managers in overseeing day to day operations and responding to enquiries.
* Ability to make decisions in accordance with policy, procedure and legislation.
* Use values to tailor response where appropriate and right to do so.
* To develop and sustain positive working relationships with internal and external customers and partners.
* To take a proactive approach to estate management and tenancy sustainment and property management to include enforcement action where necessary.

Property Surveyor

Up to £49140 per annum Additional Benefits

MMP Consultancy currently have an opportunity for a Property Surveyor to join a housing association based in South West London. This will be a permanent position paying £49,140p/a Benefits.

My client is offering a hybrid working role.

Job Purpose:

  • Supports the overall Property directorate and other departments in the diagnosis and management of works
  • Manages own workload to diagnose and manage property defects, disrepair and complicated or larger pieces of work including ad hoc planned replacements and day to day repairs
  • Lead on the diagnostics of building issues as part of our professional repairs service.
  • Provide building pathology support across the entire Property Team.
  • Deal with all aspects of building maintenance and defects including post inspection and managing follow on work;
  • Contribute with the development of works and provide technical support/advice.
  • Contribute, as a member of the Property Team, to corporate objectives and continual business improvement.
  • Review Home Improvement requests always safeguarding the assets of my client.
  • Assist when there are works affecting party wall or work requests from leaseholders.
  • Working to deliver our requirements within our responsibilities under tenure type agreements, policies and legal definitions - e.g General needs, Shared ownership and Leaseholders all have different requirements and my client may have different obligations. This would also include managing agents.
  • Assist the team in all technical aspects of building design and defects.
  • Make decisions regarding recommendation of work to the Planned team or to carry out ad hoc replacements.
  • Feed-back on defective components to ensure design changes for future programs.
  • Liaise with the Voids team to inspect and agree specifications of work in accordance with the Lettings Standards
  • Assist with decisions, inspection and determinations around adaptation requests from customers and leaseholders.

Main Accountabilities:

  • A strong team mentality
  • Provide strong commitment to the team to ensure people are effective in their roles, supported and motivated.
  • Appraising buildings to improve their performance and ensure standards are met.
  • Be part of a professional team that reflect the standard of service required.
  • Be aware and manage in line with my client policies.
  • Carry out the full range of requirements such as pre, post and during work inspections.
  • Request training as required to widen knowledge and awareness.
  • Manage leaseholder and third party enquiries.
  • Investigate complaints and serious incidents ensuring the relevant systems are updated.
  • Consider any budget implications in order to ensure spend is allocated appropriately to the correct budget to mitigate risk of overspend and recovery via a Section 20 process.
  • Work alongside Property colleagues to contribute to the development of learning framework to build capability of front line colleagues in relation to property diagnosis and management of repairs.

Title: Property Surveyor

Salary: £49,140p/a Benefits

Location: South West London

list Technical Fire Compliance Manager

£68000.00 - £80381 per annum Per Annum

MMP Consultancy is currently seeking an experienced Technical Fire Compliance Manager for a permanent contract with a public sector housing organisation in London Up to £80.3k total package.

Key Duties

* To ultimately support the fire safety and wellbeing of customers and residents and the safety of the buildings they occupy.
* The post holder will be part of the Development team reporting into the Director of Design, Technical and Innovation and will deliver first class specialist and technical service to the business providing assurance of practice and standards for statutory compliance.
* To work with the Senior Health and Safety manager, the Group Building Safety Team, and Development Directorate.
* To provide design advice for new developments, making sure that the project conforms to all relevant
* statutory requirements and our Employer's Requirements for fire safety.
* The post holder will be key to delivering on assurance of fire policy and process by fulfilling a proactive position
* on fire standards and compliance through auditing, review and external stakeholder liaison.
* The post holder will be the technical expert and lead for compliance.

The post holder will be responsible for providing fire safety advice to technical teams in delivery of key risk operations. They will be proactive in monitoring senior technical staff and management and will be subject matter experts to provide the assurance of the practices of operational staff in:

? Development
? Building Safety Management
? Fire Risk Assessment
? Safety File Management
? Building Safety Act Compliance
? Identification of non-conformances
? Fire Safety Training (internal staff)
? Design of new buildings

Job Description

* European Diploma or Equivalent in Fire Safety. (E)
* IFE Graduate Membership. (E)
* Experience of working in a construction, building or facilities management role and environment, preferably experience in the social housing or residential management sector. (E)
* A demonstrable understanding of fire safety, particularly application in social housing. (E)
* A solid understanding of housing construction, building pathology and how fire systems work in design construction and assets. (E)
* An understanding and experience of record keeping for compliance including the ability to maintain and update accurate data logging, numeric and photographic records in a digital environment. (E)
* A sound knowledge of the requirements of legislation, regulation, policy and best practice relating to fire safety and compliance or knowledge of limitations and when to seek professional support. (E)
* Strong interpersonal skills including influencing and developing relationships with stakeholders, duty holders, and external agencies. (E)
* Able to provide in depth reviews and reports to senior people in the business. (E)
Role Details

Title: Technical Fire Compliance Manager
Client: Social Housing Body
Salary: £68,000 to £75,381 per annum £5k car allowance.
Location: London
Benefits TBC on application
Contract: Permanent
Hybrid: Yes (2 days in office)

SHEQ Health and Safety Manager

£45000 - £50000 per annum

MMP Consultancy is looking for a SHEQ Health And Safety Manager to join a SHEQ Department for a leading Social Housing Contractor in Hertfordshire on a permanent basis paying £45,000 per annum plus a annual performance related bonus.

Responsibilities:
* Develop, maintain and continuously improve SHEQ strategies, policies, procedures, KPI's, risk assessments and safe working practices in line with current legislation and standards.
* Visiting sites and produce SHEQ reports to a high standard, ensuring continual improvements are made, trends identified, and strategies developed.
* Be part of the team to drive forward requirements and improvements under ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 45001.
* Ensure all reportable data (Near Misses, Accidents, RIDDORs, LTI's, Incidents, Waste, Water, Energy, Social Initiatives, Volunteering etc) is recorded accurately on the contract - coach contracts, sites and individuals where required.
* Establish SHEQ Action Plans for each contract with the Contract Manager - these outputs will deliver safer workplaces, improved employee engagement, culture and support our work-winning activity as models of best practice.
* Establish RB & SHEQ Action Plans for each contract with the Contract Director/Manager - these outputs will deliver safer workplaces, improved employee engagement, culture and support our work-winning activity as models of best practice.
* Be the lead SHEQ interface with key stakeholders including HSE, EA, Clients and contractors.
* Work closely with the Directors to promote understanding of company objectives for SHEQ
* Identify training needs. It is desirable that certain training will be delivered by the SHEQ manager.
* Carry out accident/ incident investigations where required.
* Conduct for-cause and random Drug & Alcohol testing as required.
* Act as a role model supporting the company's vision, priorities, and values at all times.

Requirements:
* Minimum of 3 - 5 years H&S experience with further experience of the building/ construction industry.
* NEBOSH Diploma desirable or a minimum NEBOSH Construction Certificate.
* Environmental Qualification or working towards.

Building Safety Manager

Up to £61735 per annum

MMP is currently looking for a new Building Safety Manager to join one of their clients in East London. This opportunity would be on a permanent contract paying up to £61,735 PA Benefits.

*To oversee the development of building safety cases for all identified high risk buildings within the scope of the Building Safety Act.
* A comprehensive digital records system is created and maintained as the basis for safety cases and demonstrating building safety compliance
* The golden thread principle is applied
* All high risk buildings in scope of the Act identified and in liaison with other departments the necessary digital records for those buildings gathered or created, including any necessary investigations or surveys.
* Maintain and implement a good understanding of all relevant legislation and guidance To ensure that all clients identified high risk buildings are managed and maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Building Safety Act.
* All clients identified high risk buildings have a competent Building Safety Manager function.
* Regular programmes of comprehensive safety checks covering all life safety features and components carried out
* Safety related repairs and preventative maintenance identified and carried out in a timely manner.
* Resident, contractor and visitor use of building and behaviours monitored and any matters of concerned appropriately addressed.

Main Benefits:

* 10% employer pension contribution
* 30 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays
* Plus other standard benefits

Job Title: Building Safety Manager
Location: East London
Contract: Permanent
Salary: £61,735 PA Benefits (Depending on Experience)

Senior Project Manager

Up to £64691.00 per annum

***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.

Building Safety Manager

Up to £61735 per annum

MMP is currently looking for a new Building Safety Manager to join one of their clients in East London. This opportunity would be on a permanent contract paying up to £61,735 PA Benefits.

*To oversee the development of building safety cases for all identified high risk buildings within the scope of the Building Safety Act.
* A comprehensive digital records system is created and maintained as the basis for safety cases and demonstrating building safety compliance
* The golden thread principle is applied
* All high risk buildings in scope of the Act identified and in liaison with other departments the necessary digital records for those buildings gathered or created, including any necessary investigations or surveys.
* Maintain and implement a good understanding of all relevant legislation and guidance To ensure that all clients identified high risk buildings are managed and maintained in accordance with the requirements of the Building Safety Act.
* All clients identified high risk buildings have a competent Building Safety Manager function.
* Regular programmes of comprehensive safety checks covering all life safety features and components carried out
* Safety related repairs and preventative maintenance identified and carried out in a timely manner.
* Resident, contractor and visitor use of building and behaviours monitored and any matters of concerned appropriately addressed.

Main Benefits:

* 10% employer pension contribution
* 30 days annual leave plus Bank Holidays
* Plus other standard benefits

Job Title: Building Safety Manager
Location: East London
Contract: Permanent
Salary: £61,735 PA Benefits (Depending on Experience)

list Income Officer

Up to £36220 per annum

MMP Consultancy are currently recruiting for an Income Officer based in East London on a temp/permanent basis.

Main Responsibilities:
* Maximise rental income, minimise loss through bad debts
* Provide advice to services, and lead on effective legal actions, including occupation and anti-social behaviour
* Support clients to maintain accommodation through provision of housing management of at least one block of independent accommodation
* Ensure high level of accommodation standards through effective repairs and voids management, and responsibility for statutory and organisational health and safety
* Maximise financial income through effective management of occupation, minimising void loss in semi-independent accommodation
* Collate performance returns against KPI's and provider monitoring returns
* To support the Senior Officer with actions to recover former tenant arrears where services are decommissioned, or there is no allocated service manager
* Review former tenant arrears at surgery meetings, and support teams to action attempts to recover arrears, guiding in the policy and process where needed
* Review, check and process all bad debt write off request forms submitted for first tier review
If this could be of interest to yourself, please send me your most up to date CV and I will give you a call at my earliest convenience

list Senior Project Surveyor

£51571.00 - £55947.00 per annum

MMP is currently working with a Housing Association in Northamptonshire who are seeking for a Senior Project Surveyor to join their team. This will be a Permanent opportunity paying up between £51,571 to £55,947 per annum depending on experience.

Role: Senior Project Surveyor
Pay: £51,571 to £55,947 per annum
Job Type: Permanent (Hybrid)

Job Purpose:

* To provide the area project surveying function to enable the delivery of NPH's annual asset investment programme, with customers put first throughout all
activities.

* Ensure the effective and consistent surveying and technical judgements are made to complete projects from inception to completion to properly inform and manage planned investment contractors to undertake works in accordance with NPH's requirements.

* To carry out projects from inception to completion.

* Ensure consistent project management, performance management and budgetary control for planned investment within the region.

* Contribute to achieve a climate of continuous learning and customer service and operational improvement.

* To be accountable for performance improvement, service development and driving asset investment decisions to ensure our housing and services meet local demand and provide value for money.

* Ensure that the values and standards of the organisation and the service are built into all elements
of service delivery.

list Asset Investment Manager

£45967.00 - £50452.00 per annum

MMP is currently working with a Housing Association in Northamptonshire who are seeking for a Asset Investment Manager to join their team. This will be a Permanent opportunity paying up between £45,967 and £50,452 per annum depending on experience.

Role: Asset Investment Manager
Pay: £45,967 - £50,452 per annum
Job Type: Permanent (Hybrid)

Job Purpose:

* To lead an asset investment team to deliver NPH's annual asset investment programme, with customers put first throughout all activities.

* Ensure the effective and consistent management of contracts for asset investment and support the
delivery of compliance contracts' including all other asset and estate management contracted services.

* To lead and support a team in achieving excellent customer service and operational performance
through effective asset investment.

* Ensure consistent contract management, performance management and budgetary control
across the projects.

* Through effective leadership, to achieve a climate of continuous learning and customer service and
operational improvement.

* To be accountable for performance improvement, service development and driving asset investment decisions to ensure our housing and services meet local demand and provide value for money.