Job title: Head of Facilities Management
Job type: Permanent
Emp type: Full-time
Salary from: GBP £85,000.00
Salary to: GBP £85,000.00
Location: Birmingham/Hybrid
Job published: 22/03/2023
Job ID: 33252

Job Description



£85,000 + CA

An incredibly successful, people-centred enterprise is looking for a Head of Facilities Management to join their team. This role is essential to the senior leadership team, leading on all aspects of FM, providing a data led and future focussed facilities management strategy that supports and drives the business.


This role is offered on a hybrid basis, with 2 days a week in the office, and a car allowance. The company also offer 25 days annual leave, up to 60% childcare discount, enhanced maternity/paternity/adoption leave, food and travel discount, and much more!


  • Lead FM operations, driving continual improvement and high performance, whilst supporting personal development and wellbeing
  • Ensuring the FM service delivers according to the business needs, KPIs and budget
  • Monitor and develop asset and premise conditions through reactive maintenance, compliance management, and capital investment programmes
  • Create, develop, and implement structural condition surveys, a reliable and ethical property maintenance solution, a CAFM system, KPIs and FM budgets to help improve the business
  • Lead and develop a team of direct reports, delivering a customer centric, business partnering, service, through a culture of trust
  • Provide a field auditing service to provide site-based assurance on contractor safety, quality, and efficiency
  • Stay up to date with the wider industry to benchmark services, and to capture key updates, and energy efficient strategies



  • Previous experience in a senior facilities management role, including 10+ years industry experience
  • A degree in property, construction, accounting or similar is desirable
  • Great interpersonal skills, to establish long term rapport with suppliers
  • Experience in creating agile operating models and ensuring that these align to group, business unit and ESG strategies
  • Demonstrated experience in managing a budget, estate wide surveys, and monitoring robust asset data within a fast-paced environment
  • Excellent communication, time management, and organisational skills
  • Extensive knowledge of procurement methods, contract types, and statutory legislation governing the property industry
  • Knowledge of writing technical specifications, contract tenders and briefing documents, handovers and performance reviews



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