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Head of Estates and Facilities

  • £60,000 - £63,000
  • Permanent
  • Rosebery Avenue, UK
  • 19290

– Head of Estates and Facilities

– Iconic organisation

– London

– Full time

– Smarter/Hybrid working pattern

– £60,000 – £63,000 per annum (plus excellent benefits)


If you are looking at this advert (or others) thinking to yourself “when should I make the jump to a Head of Estates and Facilities role” then the answer is right now. If you’re at a stage of your career where you are ready to make that leap into a “head of” role or you are looking for a new challenge, you won’t get a better opportunity than this.


Our client is recruiting for the new role of Head of Estates and Facilities. This is an iconic organisation, one that moves and evolves fast. You would be responsible for the whole estate, which includes 3 sites in London – and a bulk of this role is strategic, but there will be the need to roll those hypothetical sleeves up and get involved. You will have 3 direct reports, with a team of c30 under them.


The main duties will be the operational and strategic delivery of hard and soft services (with more of a focus on the hard services side), there is some contractor management in there for those specialist needs, and some PPM and reactive maintenance to manage. But the real fun stuff is the future strategic planning; being an integral part of an FM restructure, looking at the resources being used, how the operations run and what can be done differently and better, and aligning it with the growth that they (the organisation) are expecting.


Having a background in FM is a given, together with the knowledge and experience of hard services. This is a people role, so you will need to be able to demonstrate your experience of managing and motivating a team, tip-top communication is a must.

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