Fabric Contract Manager

Fabric Contract Manager - FM Service Provider - Unique Commercial Estate - Essex / London - Up to £65,000

Are you a contract manager with a background in building fabric maintenance?

Do you have experience of managing small works or fabric projects?

Would you like to work for one of the most established companies in the maintenance industry?

If the answer is yes, then read on......

An exciting opportunity has arisen to work for one of the most established and well known maintenance providers in the UK. 

They are currently recruiting for a Fabric Contract Manager to work across a number of unique buildings in London and Essex.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the upkeep and delivery of the building fabric, ensuring that all facilities and building fabric within the workspaces are maintained to the highest levels. 

They will also be responsible fof the delivery of small works and projects and makling sure the works are completed to an extremely high standard.

They will also manage and lead each site's maintenance and fabric teams to enable the safe, efficient, and effective maintenance of the building services and management of the fabric maintenance (experience of this is imperative), establishing proactive planned Maintenance programmes.

In return the company is offering a competitive salary paying up to £65,000, further training and career progression.

Key duties & Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all aspects of fabric maintenance across each building

  • Undertake a PPM schedule of active maintenance tasks.

  • Manage building refurbishment projects as required.

  • Develop project schedules, ensuring deadlines are met and critical path items are prioritised.

  • Management oversight of staff moves and changes and management of one internal resource.  

  • Ensuring that Health & Safety regulations are adhered when undertaking project works – working with H&S Manager to ensure all risks and regulatory requirements are managed.  

  • Monitoring of budgetary expenditure for areas of responsibility, ensuring delivery is within the agreed cost parameters.

  • Arranging quotations and raising purchase orders.

    using workflow tools and then approving invoices received.  

  • Organising and planning the workload and issue planned preventative maintenance tasks and new work requests to the team in an efficient manner.

  • Weekly chases of all CAFM to ensure accurate weekly compliance reporting.

  • Ensuring all maintenance targets are met.


  • Building fabric/multi trade background  

  • Knowledge of running and managing small works fabric projects.

  • Previous contract management skills and the ability to form professional, collaborative relationships with externally sourced suppliers  

  • Previous experience of historical heritage or ancient buildings.

  • Managing and operation of CAFM to issue and monitor work  

  • Experience operating on large estates  

  • Experience at a venue open to the public advantageous

  • A proven track record in commercial building maintenance

  • IOSH Managing safety or alternative desirable

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