- Location: Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth, PH1 5GD
- Salary: £28,380.00 - £31,984.00 per year
- Contract Type: Fixed Term
- Position Type: Full Time
- Hours: 36 hours per week
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Assistant Compliance Officer (PKC05835)
£28,380 - £31,984 Fixed Term (Until 30.4.21)
Pullar House, 35 Kinnoull Street, Perth PH1 5GD
Property Services provide professional services for the development and maintenance of a significant portfolio of public buildings including secondary, primary and nursery schools, residential homes, offices, day care facilities, civic buildings and other facilities. The Division draws together all of the key elements of building operational management and construction, design and procurement.
The Compliance Team deal with a complex array of compliance and servicing contracts to ensure legal health & safety compliance across the entire operational (non-domestic) estate, and assist in informing the Planned Maintenance programmes. The team requires fixed term support until 30/04/2021 to ensure that the on-going programme of Statutory inspections and Service schedules are achieved.
This is a challenging role within a dynamic multi disciplinary Office. Duties will include managing Boiler, HVAC, AC (including F-Gas), Catering equipment, Fuel Oil storage and Gassafe contractors, reviewing & interpreting service reports, administering FM software and managing remedials. Ensuring the maintenance of accurate records for all property compliance works providing data, performance indicators and reports as required including maintaining a Property asset register and carrying out audits of the portfolio programmed services. Ensuring that up to date statutory legislation, codes of practice, HSE guidance and other standards are maintained and applied across a property portfolio of circa 300 premises.
Do you have mechanical, gas and heating system knowledge and experience looking for a fixed term position with excellent benefits? We would welcome applicants who can demonstrate that they are dedicated to working to a high standard and provide excellent customer service.
To undertake the role we require excellent planning and organisational skills along with the ability to ensure programme deadlines are achieved. Supervisory skills are required as the post holder will be responsible for assisting with the management of contractors.
You must hold a current driving licence.
A good working knowledge in the use of computer packages including Microsoft applications including Excel.
Working as part of a team you will assist in the management of our planned preventative maintenance and statutory inspection programmes.
In return, we offer excellent terms and conditions including generous holidays, flexi-time, pension scheme, supportive management and flexible working arrangements to help you achieve a healthy work life balance. The successful candidate will have access to training and support for continued professional development.
For an informal discussion and more information in relation to the post please contact Alex Masson, Compliance Officer (Property Services) on 01738 475885 or email ACSMasson@pkc.gov.uk.
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