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Connecting Talent to opportunity

Building Manager


Job Description:

Summary Are you looking for an organisation that cares about the work-life balance of its workforce? An employer who offers structured personal development, progression opportunities and outstanding training? Well look no further!

Life moves fast at HMRC which is why we’re the largest Landlord in Government! We’re looking to recruit Property Specialists, Project Managers, Facilities Managers and Engineers along with candidates with expertise in a wide range of property related services that can work at pace in a fast paced and agile workplace.   At HMRC we are committed to creating a great place to work for all our colleagues; an inclusive and respectful environment that reflects the diversity of the society we serve.

We want to maximise the potential of everyone who chooses to work for us and we offer a range of flexible working patterns and support to make a fulfilling career at HMRC accessible to you.

Diverse perspectives and experiences are critical to our success and we welcome applications from all people from all backgrounds with the experience and skills needed to perform this role.   Job description As our Building Manager you will ensure HMRC meets our responsibilities for Health & Safety, Incident Control management and Security provision.
You will be a key figure in responding to any incident that occurs and have day-to-day responsibility for ensuring delivery of operational security at the site. You will be expected to effectively manage risk to people, data and property

This role has the option of being a job share arrangement, details of what this entails can be discussed with the vacancy holder before making an application.
Responsibilities As our Building Manager you will be responsible for, but not limited to:

• Day-to-day responsibility for the business continuity and incident control within the specialist/transitional site, overseeing and leading activities to ensure that the building is able to provide appropriate control measures in accordance with HMRC's Business Continuity standards

• Ensure that a fire safety plan is in place and that the building fire safety and emergency procedures fulfil departmental and legal requirements.

• To act as lead during an emergency situation and take charge of incident, make decisions and have instructions followed to ensure the safety of the building occupants.

• Undertake preparation and maintenance of the building fire safety plan and emergency procedures, and fire authority information working with deputy ICOs, with support from the Regional Centre Estates Team where required.

• Work with Regional Centre team to undertake preparation and maintenance of the building fire safety plan and emergency procedures, and fire authority information working with deputy ICOs.

• Work with Estates Security Teams to produce and maintain the building security management documentation, particularly the Building Security policy. Identification and recording of any building related security risks along with how those risks will be managed in accordance with the HMRC security policies.   Benefits • Learning and development tailored to your role
• An environment with flexible working options
• A culture encouraging inclusion and diversity
• A Civil Service pension • 25 days annual leave, increasing 1 day per year up to a maximum of 30 days

Essential Qualification

You will need to hold a NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent NQF/QCF level 3 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) / SCQF Level 6 (Scotland), in Health and Safety Management.

Our Offer

While we work hard at HMRC we respect your work-life balance and offer flexible working conditions reflecting the best in the sector.

We offer you structured personal development, progression opportunities, and outstanding training. As part of your appointment, if you do not hold it already, HMRC will fund your NEBOSH General Certificate or equivalent NQF/QCF level 3 (England, Wales and Northern Ireland) / SCQF Level 6 (Scotland), in Health and Safety Management as this’ll be essential for your role.

Working Pattern

To achieve our Customer Service ambitions the successful candidate for this vacancy, along with their job-sharing partner, will be expected to provide full-time cover, in a flexible way. This would see staff routinely working Mon-Fri but allow flexibility for evening work up to 8pm and occasional Saturday work in line with business need.

In addition to this, you will need to be available for out of hours ‘On Call’ as needed in order to respond to any incidents.

What is a job share?

This means that the hours of jobholders who work part-time are matched so that between them they provide the full cover the job needs.

Job sharing means that you and your job-sharing partner:

Divide up the working day or week between you, so that one of you is at work to provide the required cover, often by working your hours back to back

Divide the job or allocation into separate sets of duties so that you and your job sharing partner know what you are each responsible for    
  • Job Type

    Permanent, Full Time

  • Work Authorisation


  • Industry Sector Property

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