Connecting Talent to opportunity

Connecting Talent to opportunity

Regional Facilities Manager


Job Description:

Please follow link through to learn more and apply. Role closes Friday 5th April 11:55pm Package includes:- 32% (STC) pension + salary of £42,618 + 25 days holiday + flexitime + 2 days a week remote working + more.   About the job Job summary


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Are you an experienced FM individual? 

Have you got experience developing and mentoring a team? 

Do you want to take the lead on our supplier relationships? 

If you have thought ‘yes’ and it’s making you think about an FM career within HMRC, then this role in Bristol could be for you!  

Crucial to the success of our Estates team, are our people. As our Facilities Manager we need you to provide leadership, mentorship and guidance to your team, whilst ensuring a collaborative and joined up approach with the rest of the Bristol Estates team and wider Estates business operations.

See what it’s like to work at HMRC: find out more about us or ask our colleagues a question. Questions relating to an individual application must be emailed as detailed later in this advert.

Job description

No two days will look the same as you handle everything from overseeing cleaning and catering contracts, monitoring utility usage, coordinating essential renovation projects, and implementing sustainability initiatives. You'll collaborate regularly with teams like IT, Security, and Procurement to provide joined-up facility services aligned to HMRC's overall strategy.

Above all, your focus will be on the HMRC employees who rely on you to maintain our productive working environments. You'll continually assess workspace needs and recommend modern, flexible layouts and state-of-the-art equipment to support changing workstyles. 

People are at the heart of what we do, and you'll engage teams through open communication to understand what they require. 

A facilities manager in HMRC typically has the following key responsibilities: 

  • Managing an HMRC property - This involves overseeing the maintenance, cleaning, utilities, and general upkeep of HMRC office and facilities. It includes managing relationships with landlords, contractors, and service providers. 
  • Managing support services - Overseeing mail room operations, catering, vending machines, reception etc. Ensuring prompt service delivery as per quality standards.
  • Handling procurement and asset management - Making procurement recommendations for facility supplies, equipment, furnishings etc. Maintaining asset registers and ensuring assets are accounted for.
  • Managing projects and renovations - Leading office refurbishments, fit outs, and other projects. Preparing project briefs, selecting contractors, monitoring progress.
  • Ensuring health, safety and compliance - Conducting risk assessments and ensuring facilities align with health & safety, fire safety, disability access and other regulations.
  • Sustainability and cost control - Implementing and coordinating sustainability initiatives around energy, water and waste management. Recommending and implementing cost optimization measures.
  • Stakeholder management - Liaising with staff, senior management, contractors and vendors to understand needs and ensure smooth facility operations.
Person specification

The role typically requires skills in operations, project management, finance, procurement, and people management. Industry knowledge of regulations and best practices is also important. 

We're looking for an experienced facilities leader with a track record in large, complex organisations. Strategically commercial, you'll have robust vendor management experience coupled with technical knowledge around compliance, safety regulations and asset/property management. With a collaborative, solutions-focused approach, you'll actively tune into business needs and overcome challenges with sound judgement. 

If you think your skills could help HMRC as we collect over £500 billion for the UK, we'd love to hear from you. Apply today!


We'll assess you against these behaviours during the selection process:

  • Communicating and Influencing
  • Making Effective Decisions
  • Managing a Quality Service
Technical skills

We'll assess you against these technical skills during the selection process:

  • Interview will include a Technical Question in line with the Government Property Profession Career Framework – Practitioner Skill Level.
Things you need to know Selection process details This vacancy is using Success Profiles (opens in a new window), and will assess your Behaviours, Strengths, Experience and Technical skills.

How to Apply

As part of the application process, you will be asked to complete a name blind CV, and a 750-word Personal Statement.

Try and format this statement towards the Essential Criteria in a STAR format rather than a shopping list.

Describe how your skills and experience would be suitable for the advertised role, making reference to the person specification outlined in the advert.

Your CV should cover your job history and will be linked against the roles and responsibilities outlined in the advert.