Facilities Site Technician

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Location: Redditch

Reporting to: Regional Facilities Manager

Bellrock Property & Facilities Management Ltd provides specialist risk focussed workplace management and property management services to a wide range of complex and sophisticated clients throughout the UK. Operating in the corporate, healthcare, education, retail & leisure and local authority & central government sectors, we create and implement bespoke solutions to improve the performance and value derived from non-core activity.

As part of our continued growth, the opportunity has arisen for the Facilities Site Technician based in Redditch.

Main Duties:

  • Responsible for the maintenance, presentation, and security of the school building and site.
  • Open and close premises and grounds to meet the routine and non-routine requirements of the building occupants.
  • When acting as key holder, to attend the site in emergencies, taking appropriate action in the case of break-in, theft or fire, including arranging boarding up of broken windows and doors and resetting alarms. (Following notification from Cava Guard Security)
  • Monitor standards of contractors on site and inform the Facilities Manager of any deviations.
  • Responsible for the general maintenance and cleanliness of the site in order to provide a safe, secure and healthy environment for pupils, staff, parents, visitors and other users.
  • Maintain general areas of the building (signage and appearance of the building) including external entrance and car park.
  • Carry out any routine and planned maintenance requirements and to also carry out planned health and safety checks of the building.
  • Ensure all assigned PPMs and remedial works are completed each period.
  • Ensure measurable KPI faults are completed in time.
  • Ensure necessary paperwork is in place i.e. Method statements, Risk Assessment, Permits, COSHH etc. (Authority to Work)
  • Hands-on assistance when required to carrying out re-lamping, setting up stages etc. and other manual labour.
  • Assess any faults or damage, and prioritise any works to be carried out, in consultation with the Facilities Manager.
  • Operate the buildings energy systems to specified standards ensuring conservation measures are taken.
  • Carry out Porterage duties including room setups, relocations and deliveries along with any other porterage duties which may arise.
  • Prepare for after normal working hours activities, clearing and cleaning up after these activities and preparing the area for normal use the following day.
  • Perform occasional non-routine cleaning tasks such as spillages where necessary.
  • Ensure that cleaning areas allocated, including school playgrounds/car parks are cleaned and maintained, including removing weeds from hard surfaces, removing fallen leaves, litter and other debris and arranging for efficient refuse collection from the site.
  • Ensure that external paths, steps and entrances are clear of debris, snow, water, leaves or other hazards and that the site and grounds are cleaned and maintained to a high standard.
  • Maintain a safe working environment by ensuring health and safety standards are met and ensuring compliance with all legislative and company health and safety requirements.
  • Assist in undertaking health and safety risk assessments on the premises, making appropriate recommendations for change or improvements to the Facilities Manager as necessary.
  • Assist in maintaining appropriate records, manual and computerised, for all maintenance and repairs, ordering of stock and equipment on the site.
  • Work occasional overtime to cover the duties of the other caretaker due to sickness, holidays etc.
  • Comply with all legislative policies and procedures at all times.
  • Undertake any other reasonable duty as required by the Facilities Manager

Skills / Experience:

  • Good communication skills both written and oral.
  • Able to demonstrate good levels of customer service.
  • A level head and excellent timekeeping, team working and reliability are essential.
  • Ability to ‘think on your feet’ and act as the first point of contact on a wide range of issues involved in the running of the building.
  • Ability to follow procedures and work on own initiative.
  • Flexible approach to working hours which include early mornings, late evenings and possibly weekends.
  • Hands on general maintenance skills.
  • Enhanced DBS
In return Bellrock are offering a competitive salary. Working hours are Monday – Friday based on 37.5 hours per week and 25 days holiday per year + bank holidays.

In addition to this Bellrock also offers the successful candidate employer contributed pension scheme and a Company Retail Discount Scheme.

If you are interested in applying, please submit your CV and covering letter via the link or directly to recruitment@bellrockgroup.co.uk



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