£39,000 - £45,000
Salisbury, South West, SP4 0JQ
Dstl is responsible for designing, developing and applying the very latest in science and technology for the benefit of UK defence and security, across government. In our work, we partner with other brilliant people – collaborating with everyone from small companies and world-class universities, to large defence organisations and other nations. Together, we develop cutting-edge technologies, based on deep and widespread research.
Our Facilities Management Services (FMS) provide the organisation with a safe, secure, resilient & sustainable physical infrastructure along with the associated business services that enable our people to deliver science and technology in an effective and efficient manner.
A key component of our FMS function are our Building Managers who ensure our facilities are fit for purpose to allow our organisations vital work to continue. We are looking for two building managers to join our team and make an impact at Dstl.
Working with in Facilities Management Services you will have the delegated authority to undertake Landlord duties for a work area on the Dstl Porton Down site including fixed assets and infrastructure. The work areas will be a collection of building and structures and can include: offices, laboratories, plant rooms, workshops, storage areas, storage containers, range (or part of a range), magazines or facilities.
To hit the ground running in this role you will need to have existing knowledge of working in a facilities and safety management environment. This can be from a variety of settings and backgrounds, however you will need to have a good understanding of managing in a multiple building location. Alongside this you'll have a desire to work with a team to deliver a professional facilities management service to multiple users in a high hazard environment.
As part of this role you will need to already hold or be willing to undertake a NEBOSH General Certificate (or equivalent) and recognised building services qualification.
Closing date: 21st April 2019
To find out more about this role and the work of Dstl, please go to Civil Service Jobs - Click Apply - and search for the vacancy reference 1626984. Follow the instructions to apply.