Assistant Asset Manager

  • Job Reference: 5247
  • Date Posted: 10 June 2024
  • Recruiter: 300 North
  • Location: London Arena, Greater London, England
  • Salary: £36,000
  • Sector: Administration & Help Desk, Facilities / Estates Management, Other FM jobs
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

Assistant Asset Manager

We are recruiting on behalf of a large Asset Management Organisation for an Assistant Asset Manager based in London to provide asset management assistance and support to the General Manager and Asset Manager in the delivery of the Lifecycle provisions.

  • Assistant Asset Manager
  • London
  • £36000 plus excellent benefits 
  • 30 Days holiday plus bank holidays 
  • Facilities Management PFI contracts

Key responsibilities:

  • Develop a detailed understanding of the Project Agreement and associated service
  • Monitoring of works packages in line with the agreed yearly Life cycle Plans.
  • Assist in collation monthly progress reports to Project Company
  • Assist in managing the Lifecycle budget
  • Facilitate and manage condition surveys and outcomes to determine if additional works are required.
  • Assist the Asset Manager to re-run the Lifecycle Model on an annual basis
  • Maintain the Lifecycle tracker and associated data to ensure all information is accurate
  • Monitor completed Lifecycle works to sign-off ensuring completion and compliance
  • Monitor sub-contractor compliance with national standards, HTM's, best practice and legislation or as required within the Project Agreement
  • Ensure application of environmental and health and safety standards.
  • Undertake due diligence of replacement proposals received from the Project Company subcontractors
  • Undertake due diligence of variation inquiries received from the Authority/Trust and responses received from the FM subcontractor.

Candidate Requirements

  • In depth knowledge of FM service delivery gained in a practical setting ideally within a PFI Environment
  • Knowledge of statutory and regulatory compliance
  • Knowledge of working with detailed contractual, statutory and guidance documents
  • An understating of financial management
  • Excellent written and presentational skills, including business report writing.
  • Ability to work under own initiative with minimal supervision.
  • Computer literacy with the Microsoft Office suite of programmes
  • Prioritisation of own workload on a day to day basis