Wiltshire Council is looking to recruit a Facilities Operations Officer based at County Hall, Trowbridge.
About the role
Working as part of the Central Facilities Management Team you will be supporting the Facilities Manager in the day to day management and operation of the Council’s main hub in Monkton Park, Chippenham and supporting the building users/occupiers located in other council premises located within the central area.
The Facilities Operations Officer will fulfil various duties that are key to meeting the day to day core business needs of our building users and customers. Working under minimal supervision and to tight deadlines, you will ensure all aspects of the services provided by Facilities Management (to include elements of post, hygiene, stationery provision, cleanliness, security, porterage etc.) together with providing the logistical services required by our building users ensuring all are carried out to the highest possible standard.
Excellent interpersonal skills, physical fitness, attention to detail and a ‘can do’ approach are key to delivering the requirements of this challenging and rewarding, customer focussed role. This is an excellent opportunity to join a high profile team.
Interview date to be confirmed upon shortlisting.
Unless otherwise indicated, all interviews are held virtually on Microsoft Teams or by phone where this is not possible. Candidates will be sent a link before interview to download the Teams App
Find out more and apply
For specific information about this job, please contact Jen Richardson, FM Delivery Manager Central. Email: Jen.Richardson@wiltshire.gov.uk Telephone: 01225 716627.
Please download and read the role description and person specification carefully before you apply (see below), as well as Our Identity.
You can then make your application online by clicking the apply button at the bottom of this web page. If you are submitting a CV please ensure you read our CV and cover letter criteria carefully to avoid your CV being rejected.
We are firmly committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and to the principles of inclusion and diversity in both employment and the delivery of services. Read our statement of commitment to equality and inclusion.
The council is a Disability Confident Employer which means we are committed to employing people with disabilities and supporting them throughout their employment with us.
This role is subject to certain successful security checks; please see role description for more information.
All candidates are assessed against Our Identity (available below) which sets out the type of organisation we are and how we continue to develop to achieve the councils vision. Half of all questions during the interview will be based around these.
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