£26k per year
0203 176 4790
30 days ago
Peabody Housing Association in London, one of the city's oldest and largest, owns and manages around 55,000 homes in London and the South East. Following a department restructure there are a number of permanent vacancies in Facilities Management Department.
The Facilities Helpdesk Coordinator will be responsible for managing service requests and incidents raised to the Helpdesk and liaising with the respective Facilities team members and contractors to ensure reactive and planned works and requests are completed in adherence to the internal and external SLA’s. The Facilities Helpdesk Coordinator will be responsible for ensuring works are managed effectively from start to finish and communicating effectively with customers and stakeholders.
Key result areas:
- Provide a first line contact for internal and external customers/contractors for planned and reactive tasks. Ensuring effective communication at all times and ensuring requests are dealt with effectively and in a timely manner.
- Take ownership of service requests through the Helpdesk and be responsible for ensuring all works are logged correctly on CAFM, tracked and managed effectively ensuring customer care is maintained at all times, updating the status on open jobs, progressing contractors for both delivery and service completion and obtaining work order record sheets and uploading those records into and updating customers as required.
- Raising purchase orders/numbers in line with the jobs being raised ensuring agreed costs are adhered to and passed for authorisation/payment. Ensuring all invoicing queries are dealt with and closed off. Ensure that for the beginning of Financial year all standing value based purchase orders are raised and provided to relevant contractors.
- Ensuring works are diarised and contractors access has been requested.
- Providing report data from service desk to Business Support Manager for collation with monthly report pack including contractor service failings and red, amber, green items for service level agreement.
- Assist through the helpdesk function the reactive staff cover for reception and facilities staff as required.
- Draft and send office communications as required through all email user account or intranet articles.
- Support in business continuity planning and disaster recovery.
- To provide a level of support to the business support function in its entirety as and when required.
Key performance indicators
- Facilities service tickets managed and closed in line with the FM SLA’s met or exceeded.
- Building facilities in a presentable manner at all times.
- Good working relationship and reputation with stakeholders
- Facilities operation supported and escalated matters kept to a minimum.
- A good understanding of statutory regulations and approved codes of practice (ACOP); Fire, Legionella, Asbestos, Gas, Electricity.
- Experience working in a similar role, in a Helpdesk function supporting and operational service line.
- Stakeholder management experience.
- Experience of dealing with Facilities Management delivered through a mixed economy of in-house and outsourced provision;
- Being fully conversant with Health & Safety legislation;
The closing date for applications is Weds 4th July at 5pm. Interviews will take place WC 9th July. Please contact Tamara Barnard on 0203 1764790 or submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
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