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M&E Asset Surveyor

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  • Sector:

    Building & Construction

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  • Salary:

    £39000 - £50000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Tom Francis

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  • Published:

    19 days ago

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Job Purpose:

  • Lead, manage and motivate the team to deliver high performance
  • Ensure that corporate/departmental people practices are understood and implemented within your service
  • Effectively manage budgets and projects within your service ensuring effective cost management and prioritisation
  • Monitor and evaluate your team's performance and recommend areas for improvement based on evidence
  • Coach and support staff to develop
  • Recommend areas for service improvement based on relevant data and information
  • Communicate effectively with elected members and other partners/stakeholders
  • Collaborate constructively with partner organisations and other stakeholders including internal services and colleagues
  • Build a culture of trust in your team


  • Using a handheld device carry out Mechanical and Electrical Condition Asset Surveys and Maintenance Surveys.
  • Using a handheld device carry out Health and Safety asset audits for works detailed in the Mechanical and Electrical Asset Surveys.
  • Produce Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) plans and schedules of work.
  • Produce Engineering Life Cycle and forward capital cost plans
  • Prepare mechanical and electrical viability and options appraisal reports based on asset information gathered identifying and promoting environmental sustainability investment opportunities including the decarbonisation strategy and the use of new technologies to promote sustainability and energy efficiency improvements including opportunities for greening and social value projects
  • Work with the rest of the Asset Management Team, Neighbourhood management, Building Safety and M&E & Compliance team, Regeneration, Repairs and Planned Maintenance Teams to develop a wider knowledge of the stock and the ability to identify, prioritise and programme Mechanical and Electrical condition surveys that support future priorities and the delivery of longer term investment needs.
  • To carry out ad-hoc requests for surveys or advice in response to either Council Officers, Members or resident queries or complaints, preparing reports where required.
  • Identify specific installations or properties for further option appraisal and additional investment.
  • To provide a customer focused service which meets the agreed standards and targets. This will involve working in partnership with a wide range of internal and external customers and stakeholders, to deliver an improving service.
  • Manage and support third party install access requests including contractor monitoring.
  • Where appropriate to represent Enfield Council in an official capacity and to ensure this is in professional and courteous manner.
  • Participate in the out of hours emergency on-call rota, as required to support service needs.
  • Any other duties reasonably requested by management
  • Carry out all accountabilities in compliance with the Council's Policies and Procedures