The University of Liverpool is seeking to appoint an experienced Maintenance Compliance Manager to take up a significant role to manage the co-ordination of statutory compliance within Estates Management.
The Estates Management Department have a key role to play in the management of the estate, maintenance and soft services of buildings of the University to support academic and professional services departments, students and other campus users, based in approximately 300 buildings (460,000 m2), across a 255-ha site and other campuses. The diverse Estate includes many listed buildings from the Georgian and Victorian periods as well as contemporary buildings and conservation areas coupled with complex research laboratories. The campus and the many operational activities undertaken provides many challenges in the management of statutory and mandatory obligations.
Reporting to the Head of Maintenance and Engineering your principal role will be to provide ongoing assurance via proactive and reactive management, co-ordination, monitoring and review of all compliance and PPM activities, to demonstrate statutory obligations within all operational activity have been effectively satisfied across the university's multi-site operations which comprise of academic, office, residential, grounds and public realm space.
The postholder will be responsible for optimising compliance against statutory requirements and guidance for technical risks including, but not limited to, air hygiene, asbestos, control of legionella, electrical safety, fire safety systems, gas safety, lifting equipment (Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regs), lifts, local exhaust ventilation, COSHH, fume cupboards, DSEAR, F-Gas, machinery, maintenance, pressure systems, work equipment, workplace and health safety and welfare etc.
The role will include the development of effective service delivery, risk management and live risk register, policy update, safe systems of works, method statements, construction safety documents, compliance recording systems, resource planning, effective communications, and training and development.
With excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills, the appointed candidate will possess the proven ability to operate successfully with a multitude of internal colleagues and external stakeholders.
The University can support flexible working arrangements providing that campus commitments take precedence.
The candidate brochure can be viewed at: https://online.flippingbook.com/view/381241957/
To learn more please contact our retained search advisor David Craven (David.Craven@mrgpeople.co.uk / 07932717438) at MRG.
Closing date for applications is 10th July 2022.