Operations Manager

    Building Services
    £40,000 to £50,000 + Package
    21607 GLA

    An established M&E contractor is presently looking to appoint a senior manager to assume P&L responsibility of a branch currently generating over £10 million annual revenue.

    The Position:

    Based from our client’s Manchester office but involving regular travel to sites through the Northwest, the appointed Operations Manager will be responsible for:

    • Overseeing all projects from tender stage to installation
    • Managing all office based design, estimating and administration staff
    • Coordinating all engineers and subcontractors on site installations
    • Ensuring that all projects are delivered on time and within budget
    • Promoting a positive work culture
    • Ensuring adherence to company and statutory health & safety and PPE policies
    • Recruitment, retention development and training
    • Dispute resolution and negotiating financial settlements

    The Candidate:

    Applicants will be expected to demonstrate:

    • Previous experience as an operations branch or general manager
    • A track record of success in the M&E, building services, hard FM or related contracting sectors
    • Experience of managing and monitoring budgets
    • Exceptional planning, organising, quality inspection, auditing, reporting and records management skills
    • Sound financial and commercial judgement in managing expenditure, income and budgets
    • A good understanding of property-related compliance legislation (asbestos, fire, legionella, electrical, gas etc)
    • Proven leadership and man management skills

    The Company:

    Established for over 15 years, our client is a specialist M&E contractor providing professional building services to communities, businesses and organizations across the UK and internationally.  With a particular niche in delivering engineering installations for airports, the company has grown year on year and also provides general M&E on-site services, design & build and data network infrastructure.

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