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Asset and Building Services Manager

£50,000 - £57,000

UK / East Anglia

Estates & Facilities Management



Matt Giles
07530 680 159

Matthew joined our estates and facilities management team in 2019 and is responsible for recruiting engineering & maintenance professionals  in both the private and public sectors.  Since graduating in 2011, Matthew has spent 8 years recruiting in the sector, he has d


Job Description

REF: 16740
Posted: 17 March 2022
Closes: 10 April 2022

The Wellcome Genome Campus is seeking to recruit an Asset and Building Services Manager to play a key role in the development and maintenance of its renowned scientific research campus.

The Wellcome Genome Campus is an estate of c. 135 acres owned by the Wellcome Trust near Hinxton, South Cambridgeshire. The site has been developed to provide biomedical research facilities for both charitable and commercial organisations conducting separate but complementary scientific research activities. The Campus comprises a diverse portfolio of 28 core buildings with a GIA of c. 75,000m2. The range of facilities include laboratories and associated research facilities, offices, recreational space including a restaurant, gym and nursery, a hotel and conference centre, residential accommodation and a data centre. The estate is set within a beautiful campus environment.

Reporting to the Head of Asset Management, the Asset and Building Services Manager leads a team of Project and Asset Managers to deliver estate improvement projects, strategic maintenance programmes and operational maintenance across the Campus. The Asset and Building Services Manager leads the development and delivery of the hard FM strategy, encompassing capital project delivery and lifecycle strategy.

We are seeking an individual with demonstrable experience in a hard FM management role with responsibility for engineering and infrastructure maintenance across a technically complex estate portfolio. You will be adept at programme management, with experience of leading capital and lifecycle projects and programmes. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills are key to being a success in the role, given the requirement to lead and motivate a team whilst developing good relationships with stakeholders across the campus as well as external delivery partners.

The role offers the chance to lead asset and infrastructure management across a world-renowned and expanding scientific biodata research campus with a diverse portfolio of buildings and facilities, in a progressive and inspiring work environment. To learn more, visit the candidate brochure at

To arrange a confidential briefing conversation please contact our advisor Matthew Giles (07530 680 159 / at MRG. Applications should consist of a CV and covering letter and can be sent to

The closing date for applications is 10th April 2022. Interviews will take place in late April 2022.