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Site Supervisor

London , United Kingdom

Ref#: 9677248763

Date published: 7-Aug-2020

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CBRE is the global leader in real estate services and leverages the industry's most powerful knowledge base to meet the commercial real estate needs of its clients worldwide. Our vision is to be the preeminent, vertically integrated, globally capable real estate service firm. Globally we employ over 70,000 employees and operate in 48 countries. 

Job Title: Mobile Supervisor 
CBRE Global Workplace Solutions is a leading global provider of integrated facilities and corporate real estate management. We are recruiting a Site Supervisor to join the team located in London.
The successful candidate is responsible for the coordination of FM & Technical Services to site to meet SLA requirements and key performance indicators.

Role Summary: 
Primary focus on delivery of all FM Operations in accordance with KPI & Output measurements
Support / Monitor 3rd party maintenance supplier activities when required and report any corrective works arising
Comply with QHSE requirements as outlined within the SLA
Act as a part of site emergency team i.e. Fire Marshall, as required for emergency control activities
Report all accidents, occupational illnesses and emergencies in relevant books / documentation
Ensure all contractors, under sphere of control, operate within appropriate H&S processes and client HSE standards
Conduct monthly self-assessment SLA checks in support of quarterly contract performance requirements
Responsible for the image and visual standards of the site/s taking ownership of any issues or concerns
Provide flexible support to the FM Operation areas as appropriate including Mail / Goods Inwards / Reprographics / Records Retention
Check that printers and photocopiers are supplied with paper and change toner cartridges when required
Monitor and maintain stationery levels
Deliver goods received to correct destination / person
Co-ordinate site waste and recycling arrangements
Carry out statutory fire testing and associated checks
Raise Purchase Orders for goods or services as required
Approve invoices, goods received notes and statements for payment purposes
Take ownership and understand customer requirements and be able to demonstrate the ability to close out concerns, ensuring customer is kept appraised at all times
Act as deputy in the absence of line management
Provide and arrange cover for the operational team as defined by line management
Other activities and responsibilities may be individually defined
Experience Required: 
Knowledge and awareness of the facilities management industry
Practical experience in working with supply partners to deliver a seamless, integrated service
Strong PC skills - MS Office
Self-motivated and resourceful
Good administrative skills
Well organised
Good prioritisation and planning skills
Customer services experience
Ability to communicate at all levels
Service orientated attitude combined with innovative thinking