The Company

You will be joining one of the leading FM organisations that oversees a number of contracts across the UK. They are investors in people and want you to grow and embrace new challenges. You’ll be stretched but always supported.

The role

The Principle Operations Manager -Energy is responsible for:

  • Identify customer requirements and contractual obligations to deliver great customer experience.
  • Set clear direction for the standardisation and transformation of BMS systems across the business.
  • Provide organisational direction and leadership to a team of energy specialists to ensure outputs are delivered to a consistent, high standard.
  • Develop Secure Infrastructure energy services in line with market and customer expectations, including the continual professional development of the energy team and graduate placements.
  • Enable innovative processes and equipment to be properly evaluated through the lifecycle of assets.
  • Liaise with the company joint venture to maximise synergy and opportunity within the full scope of energy management services across the business.
  • Support the business and senior management team by helping to build a clear and coherent customer offering in relation to energy and utilities consumption.
  • Work with FM SMT members and internal comms to raise profile of energy and energy management throughout the FM business;
  • Oversee FM energy contract and legislative compliance; ensuring that all contracts are delivered in line with contractual obligations and associated legal compliance (DECs/EPCs/Air Con Inspections)
  • Team Leadership – Ensure that team activities and working practices are compliant with company Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality procedures and guidance.
  • Develop a plan for the team to ensure career progression and training to all required standard/skills
  • Organise and manage the team and ensure appropriate resources are applied to deliver requirements to a reliable standard.

Could this be for you?

Do you possess the following:

  • A recognised professional registration with an energy (or closely related) institute. (Or can demonstrate active engagement towards such).
  • Demonstrable experience in team leadership and development.
  • Ability to identify and understand contractual requirements for managing energy and utilities within an FM environment
  • Experience of identifying and assessing energy and water efficiency options within a variety of buildings and preparing proposals and assessments for presentation to clients and customers.
  • Evaluation and implementation of energy innovation, including hardware, software and systems/processes.

Why apply?

  • £55-65k plus car, bonus scheme & individual private health insurance
  • Ongoing career development

Please contact Kirsty Lockyear to discuss further.