|Location: Portsmouth, Hampshire||Salary: £35000 - £45000 per annum|
|Type: Permanent||Contact: Ian Cowx|
Your main responsibilities as a Utilities Team Leader will involve:
Develop and maintain positive, open and honest relationships with the customer, managing their expectations and needs.
Management, administration and monitoring of the time and attendance process, ensuring operatives hours balance, off booking via SAP as appropriate against Work Orders and achievement of KPIs.
Monitor and review Team Schedule, rejected Work Orders, closure of Work Orders, raising notifications for other services and follow within SAP.
Ensure the team work 'Unquestionably' safely, adhering to all SHE standards and contributing to the company ISO accreditation.
Providing support with hosting audits for ISO accreditation.
Supporting the preparation of quotations and allocation of resources for out of scope works.
Take responsibility for the management of workshops within own area IAW all SHE standards.
Carry out daily work inspections, to ensure tasks are being undertaken efficiently and as specified.
Undertake the construction of task specific Risk Assessments and Method statements.
Skills and qualifications:
Experience of working in large, highly complex environments. Ideally this will be with a MoD or RN customer, but this is not essential and other engineering/technical environments will be considered.
Working knowledge of ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 18001.
Qualified in managing teams safely, e.g. IOSH, NEBOSH, and SMSTS.
PC literate, with good working knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, Project, Outlook and PowerPoint.
Experience in managing multi-disciplined teams
SAP experience desirable but not essential
What we're looking for in you:
Ability to work successfully with key stakeholders within the Company and the Customer base.
Ability to drive and motivate a multi-disciplined team.
Ability to prioritise and negotiate workload, within a constrained budget.
Ability to demonstrate effective managerial qualities and authority, whilst maintaining the ability to play the part as a member of the team when necessary.