- Job title: Site Manager – M&E Capital/Cyclical Maintenance
- Service area: Property and Assets
- Job ref: TGHC723
- Grade: SCP 25-28 (£28,785 – £31,371 per annum)
- Contract: Full time. Permanent
- Applicable to: External vacancy
- Closing date: Midnight on Sunday 1 March 2020
The Gateshead Housing Company is the largest social housing provider in Gateshead, responsible for the day-to-day management of nearly 20,000 homes. We deliver a wide range of services on behalf of Gateshead Council and currently employ over 800 people.
We are committed to providing customers with the highest quality of service. We believe the key to this is recruiting enthusiastic, talented people with the right skills, knowledge, attitude and behaviour.
An opportunity has arisen in the Operational Compliance team for the role of Site Manager (Electrical).
In this role, you will assist in the delivery of a high quality, customer-influenced, cyclical repairs and maintenance function, and/or M&E capital section.
Day-to-day, you will oversee the operational site management of construction activities.
It’s important you are self-motivated and solution-focused, with the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
You will have an NQV level 3 (or equivalent) in an electrical, mechanical or construction-related subject, or relevant experience/qualifications.
You’ll hold (or be working towards) City and Guilds Inspection and Testing 2391 (or equivalent), and IET Wiring Regulations 18th edition.
Additionally, you’ll be a qualified NICEIC Supervisor. If not, you must be willing to undertake the NICEIC QS assessment within your first six months of employment.
It’s essential you have up-to-date knowledge of industry codes of practice and standards, as well as significant experience of electrical installation methods, types, systems and materials.
Although you will be office-based, you will visit properties and sites across Gateshead, so it’s important you hold a full driving license or have access to mobility transport. Access to your own vehicle is beneficial but not essential.
For an informal discussion about the role please email M&E and Operational Compliance Service Manager, Colin Henry or call 0191 433 7396.
Benefits of working for us
We expect our employees to work in partnership with colleagues and apply their skills effectively, with commitment and enthusiasm. In return, we do our best to make sure they are happy in the work by listening to their ideas and making them feel welcome.
If successful, you can take advantage of:
- A standard working week of 37 hours
- Fair rates of pay for all colleagues (NJC job evaluation scheme)
- 25 days of annual leave, rising to 30 days after five years of service (plus eight bank holidays)
- Local Government Pension Scheme (employee contribution depending on salary, with an employer contribution of 17.9%)
- Training and personal development opportunities
- Flexible working scheme
- Access to occupational health services, including physiotherapy and counselling
- A supportive working environment that promotes equality and opportunity
Our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion
We aim to build an inclusive environment where everyone can reach their full potential. We celebrate our differences, recognising the importance of teams reflecting the communities they serve.
We’re actively building diverse teams, therefore welcome applications from everyone irrespective of gender, ethnic origin, belief, sexual orientation, age or disability.
We especially welcome applications from underrepresented groups, and particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic (BME) candidates.
We consider ourselves to be a family-friendly employer and offer flexible working patterns.
We’re an accredited Disability Confident employer, committed to the fair treatment of disabled people throughout their selection and employment. We interview all disabled applicants who meet the essential criteria of the role they apply for.
We’ve also signed the Mindful Employer charter, which demonstrates our commitment to supporting the mental wellbeing of our staff, both new and existing. We do not discriminate against potential applicants who have experienced mental health issues; disclosure of a mental health issue allows us to provide support.
We hope you find out recruitment process fair, open and transparent. We look forward to receiving your application.
How to apply
- Read the job profile, ensuring you meet all the essential criteria. You must demonstrate, with examples, how you meet these requirements in order to be shortlisted
- Complete our online/printable application form, or send us your CV
- You must also complete our online/printable confidential form for your application to be considered
- Shortlisting will be by application/CV, online assessment and interview for this vacancy
The application and confidential forms are on our external website, so employees can complete them outside of work, if they wish.
Please return applications no later than midnight on Sunday 1 March 2020 to:
Human Resources Team
The Gateshead Housing Company
For further advice, email the Human Resources Team or call 0191 433 5333.