|Location: Haverhill, Suffolk||Salary: £40597 - £50000 per annum|
|Sector: Highways & Highways Electricals||Specialism:|
|Type: Contract||Contact: Emma Puddick|
Job Title: Site Utilities Manager
Location: Haverhill, Suffolk
Salary: £40,597 - £50,000 (£40,597: Paye = £21.69 Ltd = £28.40) & (£50,000: Paye = £26.71 Ltd: £34.97)
Hours: 36 Hours a week
Job Summary for the Site Utilites Manager:
As the Site Utilities Manager, you will manage the condition and efficiency of all site support services.
You will "act" as the responsible person (RP) for all utility based statutory requirements as well as contributing to the utility parts of the site masterplan.
You will also be responsible for the site energy management and efficiency programme.
Role Dimensions for the Site Utilities Manager:
Reports to the "acting" Head of Maintenance, Utilities & Facilities, will have budget responsbilities for site utilities
Direct report will include Senior Utilities Technician but will also need to influence key members of the site to ensure effective support is given.
Key Responsibilities for the Site Utilies Manager:
Prepare, monitor and review budgets for Utilities cost centre demonstrating clear savings inline with site challenges and operational forecasts.
Contribute to the Site Master Plan advising on future energy, legislative and utilities requirements eg for any new facility
Manage the site responsible persons matrix and take on a number of the statutory responsible persons roles where they relate to utilities.
Understand and communicate Corporate Engineering standards and strategies relating to Energy and Services ensuring site compliance.
Manage the physical recommendations for the Loss Prevention programme stemming from FM Global site visits
Manage the site energy management systems and improvement programme.
Lead on corporate social responsibility issues for the site in relation to Carbon reduction and energy efficiency researching new energy methods.
Identify develop and deploy energy saving projects, including renewable energy generation where possible.
Monitor, analyse and report on energy consumption and publish site performance reports.
Represent the Haverhill site at Sanofi Energy forums, reporting and delivering on proposed saving initiatives.
Drive and Influence energy awareness within the organisation wider than just the site.
Provide leadership in the optimal running of all site utilities introducing efficiency programmes, developing KPI's and identifying future strategies for energy conservation
Develop the asset replacement strategy for the site support services and develop a long range capital plan to execute this.
Execute capital projects where they relate to site support services.
Carrying out site utility inspections, energy surveys and audits to evaluate costs or conservation measure.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience required for the Site Utilities Manager:
- Strong Project Management skills
- Data analysis using statistical tools
- Excellent problem solveing abilities
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
- Knowledge of the practical application of continuous improvement
Qualifications Required for the Site Utilities Manager:
- Degree in an Engineering discipline.
- Desirable - Knowledge / understanding of:
- Pressure Safety System Regulations
- Legionella Mangement & Water Systems
- Boilers & Steam Systems &/or BOAS Training
- Climate Change Levy / CIABATA / Energy Data Recording
- CHPQA - Data Management
- Contractor / Specialists Service Contract Management
- F-Gas / Refrigerant Registers
Key Roles for the Site Utilities Manager:
Has a high level of independence and requires little supervision other than general direction.
Communication & Influence - Communicates verbal and written information in a clear and accurate manner.
Adapts communication to the audience and listens effectively to others.
Recognises the different views of others and uses persuasive and compelling arguments to influence.
Change & Innovation - Proposes new ideas and approaches to support continuous improvement.
Easily and flexibly adapts to new situations, new ways of working and new ideas.
Is receptive to changes and demonstrates a willingness to adapt to them effectively.
Is not afraid of unconventional thinking.
Planning and Organising - Organises time effectively and prioritises tasks according to their urgency and/or importance.
Plans work to meet defined objectives and deadlines, whilst building in flexibility and contingencies.
Commitment to Quality & Standards - Demonstrates a focus on achieving results and objectives for the ultimate benefit to the patient.
Ensures guidelines and procedures are followed and speaks up about issues of compliance.
Achieves high quality standards and accuracy of work completed.
Maintains high standards of honesty and integrity.
Responding to Problems - Identifies and responds to problems in a timely manner.
Analyses information effectively.
Identifies the root cause(s) of problems and proposes realistic and practical solutions to address them.
Decision Making - Exercises good judgement in making recommendations, considering all the available sources of information and alternatives.
Makes timely decisions with conviction, even in the face of uncertainty or limited information.
Customer Focus - Understands that the patient is the ultimate customer and meeting patient's needs depends on treating all stakeholders as customers.
Identifies and understands the needs of the immediate and direct customer.
Focuses on meeting those needs and ensuring both satisfaction and a continuing business relationship.
Development and Learning - Actively pursues opportunities for learning and self-development.
Demonstrates a desire to learn from experience, both positive and negative.
Builds on own technical and professional knowledge and skill areas and shares them with others.
If you are interested, please get in touch as they will get you started right away!