Housing /Accommodation Officer
Housing Officer responsible for the property maintenance of a portfolio of MoD properties and infrastructure within a designated area.
Manage Supply Chain to ensure that all statutory, mandatory and reactive performance indicators are consistently achieved within area of responsibility.
Typical duties would include:
Carrying out pre move out, move in and move out appointments. Recording and raising any works required following move out. Carrying out monthly visual inspections of void properties and recording meter readings.
Inspecting void properties following contractors works being carried out to ensure they meet the required standard. Assisting with customer issues, enquiries & complaints.
Liaising with numerous stakeholders who would have a direct interest of our service. For example, welfare teams & military liaisons.
Oversee the effective, compliant and timely delivery of void preparation, maintenance and response works in accordance with Government Regulatory and Statutory undertakings, complying with all Health & Safety and Environmental standards and policies. Monitor Supply Chain service delivery, value for money, quality and safe working to ensure all performance indicators are consistently achieved.
Review Risk Assessments and Method Statements to ensure they are to an acceptable standard. Review site risk registers, follow maintenance and management processes and notify Management of any defects on equipment or systems. Undertake inspections on the service delivery in accordance with the levels defined for an agreed area and all issues are recorded and actioned accordingly. Ensure that M&E equipment, boilers and the like, are correctly set to work (controls set back for frost protection or heating systems drained and disabled), tested and commissioned. Witnessing the commissioning and testing of new equipment is being carried out by competent supply chain operatives. Ensure empty properties (voids) are inspected regularly and meet the required standard. Ensure compliance with the Asbestos register and management plan and, where required, take on the duties of Asbestos Responsible Person.
Ensure compliance with the Legionella management plan and, where required, take on the duties of Legionella Responsible Person. Act as first point of contact for properties within the portfolio and liaise with operational management to ensure outstanding works are tracked to completion.
Skills & experience
Experience of managing and supervising staff in Construction, Property Maintenance or related field including:
- Management of the operational delivery of Housing Property Management tasks
- Leading an operational team to achieve KPIs
- Planning, directing and controlling activities
- Management of Safe Systems of Work
- Management level qualification in H&S and Environment (e.g. SMSTS)
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