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Community Health Partnerships

We are looking for a Business Support Manager to join our Midlands team,covering Nottingham & Derbyshire

About CHP

Community Health Partnerships (CHP) is wholly owned by the Department of Health and is recognised as a centre of excellence for the NHS on primary and community matters, helping health and social care systems to improve and integrate their services by delivering high quality and the most cost effective space for patients. CHP provides public sector investment in the primary healthcare and community estate through the LIFT Public Private Partnerships.

Main Purpose of the Role

CHP is the Head Tenant of 305 community health centres across England, ranging from small Primary Care centres housing one or two GP practices to large community hospitals, which bring together a diverse range of community and primary healthcare services, alongside related local authority and voluntary sector service provisions.

Job Summary

The Business Support Manager (BSM) role will have lead responsibility for a number of CHP sites across a geographical region in the west of London (with properties both north and south of the river), providing line management and direction to their team of Tenant Liaison Managers (TLMs) who will provide day to day management of the sites.

The roles primary responsibilities are to:
• Initially support the project roll out and mobilise the TLMs role.
• Manage and assist in the training of TLMs delivering day-to-day management of the sites;
• Provide commercial expertise to work with commissioners and other potential tenants to ensure the sites are utililised to their fullest capacity;
• Support, encourage and, where appropriate, coordinate community engagement activities
• Engage with commissioners to develop and deliver a programme of activities to facilitate a more collaborative and integrated approach between service providers, with local people at its heart.
• Engage, report on and monitor health and safety compliance across the sites.

Key Accountabilities:

Tenant Liaison and Service Delivery 

• Liaise with the site user groups to ensure service delivery meets their needs.
• Engage with tenants, commissioners, community, service leads and clinical professionals to ensure the sites support and deliver the commissioning intention and increase utilisation and occupancy levels.
• Ensure clinical and non-clinical space is used effectively by generating reports on room usage and utilising the room booking system.
• Work closely with the CHP Property and Business Information team to increase utilisation of space and marketing of bookable space. Ensure information for room usage is up to date and current. Gaining firsthand knowledge & understanding of capacity levels for space within sites. (Bookable space, underutilised and leased space, during operational and extended hours).
• Report any changes on site such as voids, tenants vacating, room requests or any other changes within the site to the Area Property & Asset Manager.
• Contribute towards service strategies such as premises development, LIFT initiatives, improved facilities and capacity to extend service delivery hours in the community.
• Report assurance issues in a timely manner to the Area Property & Asset Managers.

Communication and Information:
• Maximise and facilitate the use of Realtime within the site and support the APAM in the implementation and management of the electronic room booking tool for bookable rooms.
• Ensure that client surveys are completed with annual reviews as required in conjunction with the APAM
• Assist with and report informal/formal complaints as per CHP policies and guidelines.
• Contribute towards the development of client groups, including Building User Groups (BUG’s) which will help to maintain and increase utilisation of the site.
• Showing key stakeholders, potential tenants and contractors around the health sites.

Financial Management

• Reporting of useage information to enable accurate billing
• Maximise income generation.
• Ensure resources are utilised effectively.
• Support APAM’s in monitoring variations and related invoices.

Qualifications, Knowledge and Experience


• Degree or equilavent qualification or experience in Site Management and/or Facilities Management.

• Experience of line management with an ability to lead and support change.

• Experience of financial management including monitoring budgets.

• Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written - and experience of working with professionals and the wider community.

• Ability to develop effective networks with key stakeholders within and outside the health sector.

• Effective negotiation skills and ability to influence and persuade others.

• Ability to plan, set objectives, prioritise and review performance against objectives.

• Ability to manage and work under pressure autonously, within resources and to tight deadlines.

• Ability to re-prioritise ongoing planned work, adjusting to changing requirements and organisational needs.

• Computer literate in particular Microsoft Word and Excel.

• Capacity to process complex information and reach valid conclusions.

• Self-motivator with ability to motivate others.

• Ability to work well independently and as part of a team.


• Membership to a relevant professional body.

• Health and safety training e.g. IOSH/NEBOSH.

• Working knowledge and experience of working in a health centre or large health facility.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy before the published closing date once sufficient applications have been received.

Please see attached document for full job description

Salary: £40,000-£45,000
Closing Date: 02/03/18
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Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

The Facilities Department are seeking an Assistant Facilities Manager to provide support to the Hard FM Manager of The Trust and assist with the maintenance of one of the largest NHS Trusts that is constantly growing.

Your role is fundamental to the organisation to ensure a smooth running of services.

The Trust operates over 150 different sites across Central and North West London as well as other areas in the South East of England.

The Facilities Department are a close knit multi-disciplinary team focused on delivering an excellent level of service to The Trust, maintaining the wider Estate with expert advice and ad hoc works.

Whilst individual resilience is required, pooled knowledge and experience along with peer support help to promote a team approach to problem solving and solutions for the benefit of the Trust.

Please note, high cost allowance (HCAS) will vary depending on base.

Interview Date:TBC

For further details / informal visits contact:

Nicola Youngs

Telephone: 020 3214 5849

Salary: £31,696 - £48,256 pa inc
Closing Date: 27/02/18
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The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust

The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust

Reporting to the Project Lead Manager, the post holder will be responsible for the management & completion of the Trust’s capital building works programme, working alongside key stakeholders both internally & externally.

Preferably, you will be an experienced Project Manager with a proven track record of delivering construction projects within a hospital/healthcare environment on time and within budget constraints.

We are seeking highly experienced and dynamic Project Manager to support an exciting capital development programme in a busy and ambitious organisation. You will know how to take complex, large-scale construction projects from inception and business case development through to design, delivery and handover.

For this role you will need to be educated to degree level in Project Management and have a Sound knowledge of HBNs/HTM’s and NHS Contract Management.

The successful applicant must have:

    • Excellent written, numerical and oral communication skills
    • Significant building and/or engineering experience with sound capital planning and delivery backgroun
    • Excellent ability to produce reports and present data clearly and concisel
    • Excellent IT skills, and MUST be able to use CAD, REVIT and Microsoft offic
    • An excellent understanding of engineering building services and the NHS approach to risk management and classificatio
    • The ability to work effectively on a wide range of issues in a rapidly changing environment.

      For further details / informal visits contact:

To be arranged with Clive Austin, Capital Project Lead Manager on 01279 827244 -

Salary: £31,696 - £41,787 per annum + 5% HCAS
Closing Date: 06/03/18
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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

The Division of Medicine and Integrated Care provides services for patients across three of our hospital sites. The Division is staffed by a highly skilled multidisciplinary team, with expertise across a broad range of specialties. This enables us to offer unrivalled expertise, advanced treatments and the
very best care for our patients.

Supporting the Divisional Director of Operations, we are looking for an exceptional candidate to join our team and provide inspirational leadership to the Division’s 3,000 people whilst ensuring that all of our services remain safe, effective, responsive and caring.

We are looking for someone to join our team who is:

• Ambitious, with management experience, and can demonstrate that they are creative, innovative, forward thinking and have the skills to deliver change effectively whilst maintaining operational delivery;
• Adaptable and flexible in their communication and influencing style;
• A leader that can understand the organisational context and translate it across the division for everyone to make sense of and understand the part that they play;
• A leader who acts with accountability and responsibility and can independently make bold decisions.
• Able to build strong and sustainable relationships with all stakeholders both within and outside of the Trust.

Reporting directly to the Divisional Director of Operations for Medicine and Integrated Care, the successful candidate will have the opportunity to deal with commissioners, external partners, and the Divisional Management Team on their own account, as well as take forward the implementation of new service developments with clinical staff, finance, HR and estates.

We can offer you:

• Opportunities for personal development;
• A senior mentor within the Trust;
• Study leave as part of your Personal Development Plan.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Claire Braithwaite, Divisional Director of Operations (, Telephone number: 0203 31 27996

Salary: £73,716 - £89,727 pa inc
Closing Date: 25/02/18
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Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust

This is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of a rapidly changing estates portfolio, managing the provision of reactive and proactive facilities management support to frontline 999, PTS and 111 Operations.

The postholder is required to be highly motivated and autonomous – the role requires strategic management capabilities and excellent communication skills. Yorkshire Ambulance Service has both in house and outsourced facilities management services and is undertaking a considerable change management and strategic redesign programme, with increased focus on the delivery of customer focused services to meet the needs of a modern estates environment.

The role requires the management of the Facilities Management Team and all facilities management contracts and the postholder is required to engage with key stakeholders across the Trust, as well as the operational performance, planning, service improvement and development of policies and procedures.

For further details / informal visits contact:

To arrange an informal discussion, please contact Michelle Sykes, PA to the Director of Fleet, Estates and Facilities at

Salary: £40,428 to £48,514 per annum
Closing Date: 13/03/18
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King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

We are looking to recruit an experienced engineer to manage a range of engineering services at this busy acute hospital.

The successful candidate will be given a portfolio of services to manage using in-house staff and specialist contractors. They will be appointed as Authorised Person depending on experience and training and will be required to participate in the on call rota.

Previous hospital experience is not essential providing you have the right experience and attitude to work in this high pressure environment

For further details / informal visits contact:

Nick Webb on 0203 299 2845

Salary: £38,035 - £48,256 per annum inc HCA
Closing Date: 06/03/18
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Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust

We are looking for a motivated, efficient and well organised person to take on the role of Operational Estates & Facilities Officer/ Engineer at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. The post holder will work as part of a dynamic team in delivering an effective service supporting the Operational Estate Manager and other managers and staff across the Estates & Facilities Directorate to deliver an effective and competent level of engineering support and consistently deliver a “client-focused” service, which promotes good customer service and effective working relationships.

The post holder will provide and coordinate operations, maintenance and facilities management services including, for example:

    • Assist the Operational Estates Manager in devising and developing the department’s operational estate’s plan
    • To assist with the day to day management of the CAFM maintenance management system,
    • Ensure that the Trust complies with all statutory, mandatory, NHS and other regulatory requirements with respect to the Trust Estate.
    • Have a detailed knowledge of Health & Safety and Fire Regulations and other relevant legislation, working with the Trust Health and Safety Department and all Estates & Facilities staff
    • Ensure work is carried out cost-effectively by the in-house maintenance team and/or competent external consultants and/or contractors,
    • Management and implementation of maintenance contracts and minor improvement projects, under the direction of the Operational Estates Manager as required.
    • Act as an “Authorised Person” for systems as appropriate, preparing and managing related permit-to-work systems as necessary.
    • Manage the BMS system
    • Act as the Responsible Person for Water Management
    • To organise and participate in the Estates Out of Hour’s Emergency Call Out system on a regular basis

This post is full-time for 37.5 hours per week and based at University Hospital Lewisham. The successful candidate will be a highly organised and confident professional individual, with excellent interpersonal skills

Substantial previous experience of estates and facilities management, particularly operation and maintenance of Boiler Plant and HVAC systems is essential as well as being proficient in the operation of BMS.

Salary: £31,696 to £41,787 per annum Plus HCA
Closing Date: 05/03/18
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East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust (the Trust) is looking to appoint an experienced and enthusiastic procurement professional to joins its team. The successful candidate will be responsible for leading a team in the contract management and tendering of bespoke contracts for goods, services and works for the Trust’s Capital, Estates and IT functions

The Trust is looking for a dynamic and highly experienced procurement professional, with a real ‘team’ ethos, to enhance relationships within the business area, to drive productive collaboration and effective forward planning to manage non-pay activity. The post holder will provide ‘expert’ advice concerning successful contracting within public procurement regulations and the Trust’s internal regulations and policies.

Amongst other attributes the ideal candidate will need to, possess excellent communication skills both written and oral, have good business and commercial expertise that can be applied within the NHS, be a strong leader and have the drive and determination to deliver large complex projects ensuring compliance with legislative requirements.

Candidates will need a good understanding of development of specifications, tenders, evaluation of complex projects, contracts, contracts law, project and contract management, relationship building, and collaborative procurement

Salary: £40,028-£48,034 per annum
Closing Date: 12/03/18
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Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

A highly motivated, energetic mechanical engineer is required to join the Estates Team at Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust.

You will have at least 5 years experience of managing a multi disciplinary workforce in a very busy highly serviced environment. You will have the ability to lead and be capable of undertaking training to allow you to hold Authorised person roles for specialist estates services.

The ability to communicate well using all media and at all levels is essential as is the need to have a flexible approach to working hours.

This post will be, after a period of time involved in the estates on - call service. In return we offer the opportunity to join the NHS pension scheme. A salary starting at £40,428 rising to £48,514. You will have 27 days annual leave rising to 29 days after 5 years service and 33 days annual leave after 10 years service plus statutory bank holidays. You may also have access to the Leadership Management Course and other service specific training.

Previous applicants need not apply.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Stephen Bernardi,


Salary: £40,428 - £48,514 Per Annum
Closing Date: 21/03/18
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NHS Blood and Transplant (NHSBT)

NHS Blood and Transplant is looking for people with strong facilities management backgrounds to assist in the management of estate and facilities services across our Southampton / Oxford centres and satellite premises. This is an excellent opportunity to tackle both hard and soft services in a life-changing organisation.

You’ll join a unique and forward-thinking team; a team in which innovation, integrity and commitment are encouraged and embraced.

Estates and Facilities within NHS Blood and Transplant are different to anywhere else in the NHS (and other organisations). We operate from properties across England and North Wales, but it’s the nature of the sites rather than the size of the portfolio that really matters.

Each main site incorporates laboratories (where blood is processed, samples are tested), we operate apheresis units (for the collection of blood / therapeutic work), occupy offices, mobile team bases and warehouses (where stocks are stored to support the day-to-day operation).

It’s this diversity of services and support that makes these roles stand out. If you’re keen to see both sides of estates and facilities management - you’ll be in your element.

The role

Based in Southampton, reporting to the Estates and Facilities Manager, you’ll evaluate and improve services to meet national standards. You’ll also take responsibility for organising the day to day workload, support and development of the teams and key facilities in your area. Overseeing the full range of estates and facilities services, you’ll be a vital link between us and our customers and help us constantly improve the performance and efficiency of the estate.

With a proven record in estates and facilities management, you will demonstrate technical management experience in a service environment, together with excellent communication, leadership, decision-making skills, as well as a good knowledge of Health and Safety Regulations. Showing you’re a confident decision-maker, who’s as comfortable operating under pressure as carrying out one-to-one staff appraisals. Add to that senior-level experience of leading people, then we’d like to hear from you.

On-call working is a requirement of this role, an allowance will be paid.

The location base is Southampton but you will be required to cover Oxford and surrounding satellite bases.

This vacancy will close at 23:59pm on 7th March 2018.

The interview date for this role will be week commencing 26th March 2018 (STC)

Salary: £26,565 to £35,577 pa
Closing Date: 07/03/18
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Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust

Masters or equivalent experience.



An opportunity has arisen for a Head of Contracts post at Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust. The successful candidate will join our small team of contract specialists as Head of Contracts, providing contracting support to the organisation including our four operational directorates.

This is an exciting time to join us, with the Trust recently winning a number of new contracts as well as forming a wholly owned company, Harrogate Healthcare Facilities Management (HHFM) to provide Estate and Facilities Services to the Trust.

The role will be stimulating for the right candidate, with the Trust having a wide range of commercial, NHS and Local Authority contracts in place. You will report to the Deputy Director of Performance and Informatics and work closely with the senior management team.

Previous exposure to NHS and Local Authority contract management is a must for this role, as is the ability to foster positive relationships with key commissioners and working with senior managers to solve complex contractual/ commercial issues, whilst maximising benefits and minimising risks to the organisation. You will act as the Trust's expert in developing robust plans and strategies to ensure effective contracting.

You will have the overall responsibility for the management and monitoring of the contract between Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust and HHFM, as well as supporting a number of Local Authority, NHS England and CCG contracts.


For more information please contact Paul Nicholas, Deputy Director of Performance and Informatics at

Salary: £40,428 to £48,514 pa
Closing Date: 27/02/18
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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

We are looking for a self-motivated Senior Project Manager with extensive experience in the built environment to be part of our Capital Projects team. As a Senior Project Manager, you will report to the Head of Capital Projects and have a strong track record with the delivery of construction projects, be a highly motivated, experienced team player with excellent financial and communication skills. You will work with Trust stakeholders to develop schemes, with responsibilities for procurement, control of design teams and be accountable for financial performance, programme and quality delivery. We are looking for an experienced Estates Capital Project Manager who has experience working within the NHS & or Healthcare sector. You will have a Masters degree or equivalent in a Construction related field and evidence of CPD.

The Estates Capital Projects Team are responsible for the delivery of the physical environment aspect of the Trust’s capital programme whilst achieving the objectives and visions of the organisation. The main challenge for the post holder will be to implement projects whilst minimising the operational impact on the Trust teamed with developing systems/processes to ensure best practice is adopted for all tasks undertaken.

Essential Criteria

    • Working as part of a team you should be comfortable working autonomously and have sound judgement skills. You will have experience of working in a high demanding environment with strong Project management experience with the ability to prioritise your workload accordingly.
    • Be able to ensure the day to day management of whole project budgets, contractors and delivery of the project deliverables within the constraints agreed.
    • Producing project documentation involving reports and plans, specific project documentation, highlight and checkpoint progress reports, quality assurance reports, and risk/issue management logs related to their schemes.
    • Managing the relationship with external suppliers to define and agree business needs. To ensure objectives and system requirements and any interfaces with the operational hospital staff are met so that the scheme delivers the agreed output specification and commissioners/users’ requirements.
    • Sound knowledge of cost management and reporting on capital projects, from production of budget estimates to OB & FB cost forms, cash flow forecasts and monitoring and reporting on your project commitments, costs and forecasts.
    • Proficient in the use of Microsoft Project to produce project time frames for monitoring and reporting.
    • Have experience of reporting at Management and board levels on Capital projects
    • You’ll support best practice, looking for ways we can continually improve our processes, methodology and performance and relish the challenge of working as part of a close team to drive project delivery across this large and complex Trust.
    • Candidates must be able to demonstrate the English language proficiency level required for this post.

In order for your application to be successfully processed we will require references from your current and previous employer(s) which must cover a minimum period of three years. Please ensure that the reference section of your application is completed appropriately giving the address, telephone number and work email address of each of your current and previous line manager(s). If this section is not fully completed your application may not be processed.

What We Offer

We offer the opportunity to work within a very friendly and professional team along with a competitive salary and benefits package, including a minimum 27 days annual leave (+ bank holidays) depending on service. Generous occupational pension scheme, sickness and maternity pay and injury benefits. We also offer a childcare vouchers salary sacrifice scheme and NHS discounts across many high street brands and local and national business.

Salary: £53,561 - £64,686 pa inc
Closing Date: 27/02/18
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London Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Band 7 £31,696 to £41,787 p.a. + 15% high cost area supplement (maximum £4,045) and lease car

As the world’s largest ambulance service, we have an extensive estate encompassing our headquarters in Waterloo, another administrative building in Bow and 72 ambulance stations within the M25. To ensure these properties are maintained and developed to best support our service, we need a highly capable Estates Building Services Engineer.

Reporting to our Senior Building Services Engineer, you will arrange planned and adhoc repairs and maintenance of building, mechanical and electrical works ensuring satisfactory completion, a regular programme of maintenance and repair to all stations is maintained. You will have the ability to project manage major M&E maintenance works ensuring effective liaison with local operational managers to minimise operational disruption and ensure continuity of service. You will project manage our major capital engineering schemes and be heavily involved in the development of our annual works programmes.

Estate sustainability is essential for the service to adapt and meet present and future demand. It is imperative for candidates to have a good understanding of HVAC services and controls. Improving the energy efficiency of our buildings with implementation of modern technology is a fundamental part of the role.

Qualified to degree or equivalent standard, you should be a member of a relevant professional body and have recent significant experience in Building Services Management. A good understanding of statutory and local building services requirements is essential together with excellent written and oral communication skills. We are looking for someone who can work to deadlines without compromising standards, so the ability to manage a large workload and plan work according to changing priorities and deadlines is prerequisite.

For further details / informal visits contact:

Martin Nelhams, telephone 07909993315, email

Salary: £31,696 to £41,787 pa plus HCA
Closing Date: 25/02/18
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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust

Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is an Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) and one of the largest acute Trust’s in the country. Our mission is to provide world class healthcare for our patients, through excellence in research, education and training.

The Trust is currently in a climate of rapid change including proposals for reconfiguration of services and major redevelopment of its large multi-site estate and buildings to better meet the needs of our patients and the service commissioners.

A great opportunity has arisen for someone with extensive experience in managing a Hard FM Maintenance and Operations to play a vital role in implementing and managing a new Hard FM Managed Service contract through an outsourced provider to deliver improved statutory and mandatory compliance, effectiveness and efficiency operation and maintenance of the Trusts estate.

The candidate will have good previous experience in managing medium or large FM contracts and be commercially and financially strong. They will have a strong engineering background with an engineering or building services qualifications, IOSH/NEBOSH and a strong background in delivering reactive and planned maintenance.

They will be a self-motivated, pro-active individual with strong time management and organisational skills. Excellent communication, influencing and contract negotiation skills is a must.

This is an exciting new opportunity within the Trust and we are planning to recruit a Hard FM Contract Manager for each of our 3 main sites. The Contract Manager will be responsible for the provision of a first class professional, responsive and customer focused Estates Operations and Maintenance service; ensuring delivery of a high-quality and continuously improving customer-focused service to all Trust and site partner users of the service. They will support the Deputy Head of Estates Operations in ensuring the Hard FM Managed Service provider meets both spirit and contractual targets in terms of compliance, responsiveness, quality of service and workmanship. They will also be required to work very closely with the Capital Projects and Estates Redevelopment teams in delivery of a wide range of development and refurbishment projects and support the Capital Backlog Maintenance manager on infrastructure and plant replacement programmes. Working alongside the Estates Quality Managers, they will be responsible for all audits and inspections as required.

To succeed in this role, the right candidate will have a proven track record of delivery, be an inspiring and empowering line manager, be technically competent in a Building Services Engineering discipline, and have professional credibility within senior management teams. They will be working with senior financial, clinical and operational managers both inside and outside the Trust and the service provider.


For further details / informal visits contact:

Ludwik Mowczan, Deputy Head of Estates Operations


Tel. 0203 312 5878;

Mobile. 0755 775 5643

Salary: £53,561 - £64,686 pa inc
Closing Date: 05/03/18
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Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust (EPUT) is one of the biggest Mental Health NHS Foundation Trusts in the country; we are a newly merged organisation previously known as 'SEPT' and 'NEP'. We provide integrated care including mental health, learning disability, and social care and community services to culturally and economically diverse communities across Bedfordshire, Essex and Suffolk. We employ approximately 7,000 people and work with a wide range of partners 'Working to Improve Lives'.


Unlike acute hospital services, Community Health Services, mental health and learning disability services are mainly provided in community settings with defined geographical localities. As a result we operate from various locations across Bedfordshire, Essex and Suffolk


Our approach to recruitment is values based and applicants must be able to demonstrate the Trust's corporates values and behaviours which are Open, Compassionate and Empowering.


The Estates and Facilities department is a busy environment with a friendly team that takes on a wide variety of challenging but interesting work.


An exciting opportunity has arisen for a highly motivated and professional individual to join a fast paced and dynamic team supporting the Estates, Facilities and Property services and providing business management, Admin, Financial and Quality management expertise.


The post holder will be responsible for the development, implementation and management of a quality management system for the Estates and Facilities functions. The post holder will lead on the provision of all Estates, Facilities and Property information for all clinical service bids and negotiations for new contracts. This will include details of all costs relating to the E & F properties working to identify suitable accommodation.


The post holder will be responsible for the collation and management of Estates and Facilities returns including PLACE; ERIC; Board Assurance Reports and other Estates and Facilities returns as appropriate.


Your range of skills will include a high level of attention to detail, the ability to respond to challenging issues and opportunities. You should be able to effectively prioritise own workload and that of others, have strong operational planning skills and be a confident and effective communicator.


The post will be based at Pride House, Christy Close, Basildon, Essex, SS15 6EA. There may be the opportunity to work from the Estates and Facilities office in Colchester one or possibly two days a week.


If you would like to find out more about this post, please contact Ian Crockett on 01268 407760.


Closing date for applications: 31st October 2017


Salary: £40,428 - £48,514
Closing Date: 30/11/-1
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