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We hereby request for applications for the following vacancy:
MANAGER, FACILITIES MANAGEMENT (Ref: LBHR-FCM001)
A service-oriented Manager with proactive approach to achieve results.
The Manager shall oversee a team responsible for:
Managing general upkeep of buildings and grounds maintenance.
Managing and leading changes to LAGBUS premises to ensure minimum disruption to core activities.
Ensuring the all LAGBUS premises meets health and safety requirements, and that the Unit complies with existing legislation
Ensuring that health and safety policies are adhered to at all LAGBUS premises, including Depots and Stations.
Performing Environmental Hazard management and planning.
Consistently inspecting physical structure of all LAGBUS premises.
Using best business practices to manage physical structures, electrical, ventilation and plumbing systems.
Planning best allocation and utilisation of work space and resources for new locations, or re-organising current work locations.
Managing work space allocations and relocations, refurbishments and renovations.
Coordinating, supervising and planning essential services such as cleaning and waste disposal services at all LAGBUS premises
Evaluating and advising on energy efficiency and energy expenditures.
Managing budgets, expenses and reducing operating costs for the Facilities Management Unit.
Preparing Periodic Reports and Maintenance Schedules for the Facilities Management Unit.
Ensuring that periodic Contract Maintenance for Equipment is carried out according to agreed schedules.
Assigning Preventive Maintenance Job Cards and Tasks
Preparing and collating Service Agreements for/from Contractors and Sub-Contractors.
Contract Management and negotiating with Contractors and Suppliers for required goods and services.
Supervising and using Performance Management Techniques to monitor service levels for Vendors and Contractors, and appropriate follow up on any deficiencies.
Ensuring that all Warranty claims for labour and materials, are processed.
Managing all Office Equipment.
Responding timely to Facilities Management emergencies and issues , and dealing with the consequences.
Tagging and managing of Assets and Equipment, and related record-keeping.
Preparing project plan for all Facilities Management related projects.
Developing Standard Operating Procedures and Process guidelines.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:
A Higher National Diploma or Bachelor’s degree in Facilities Management, Estate Management, Quantity Surveying, Engineering Sciences or related Management Courses.
8 (Eight) years’ previous experience in relevant field, inclusive of 3 (Three) years experience in supervisory role, within a structured organisation
Understanding of Project Management.
Adept use of Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint).
A relevant professional certification will be an added advantage.
SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES REQUIRED:
Proven interpersonal and customer service-oriented skills.
Well developed Reporting and Administrative Writing skills
Strong information gathering, information monitoring and problem solving skills.
Proven Time Management and Negotiation skills.
Experience in a complex environment for monitoring service performance levels.
Diplomatic, discreet, flexible and dependable
Ability to work independently, under pressure, and with keen attention to detail.
Ability to multitask on competing priorities, and meet deadlines and targets.
Proven personal integrity.
Proactive approach to achieve results
Exhibits a helpful behaviour beyond job requirements.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
The CVs of interested candidates should be sent to LBHR-FCM001@lagbus.com Closing date: July 22, 2015.
Please indicate the reference number of this advertisement on your application CV. Only shortlisted candidates would be contacted.