URGENT! Technical Operations Manager, £55,000
The hiring company is a ground-breaking provider of pioneering products and services which are relied upon by world-leading household name businesses, governments and defence organisations. Thanks to sustained positive growth they are urgently hiring for a Technical Operations Manager to be based out of their site in Farnborough.
The Technical Operations Manager would be required to provide both tactical and innovative thinking around the day-to-day maintenance, with responsibilities split between Live Operations and Build Environment. You will also be tasked with overseeing the M&E involve working with a multitude of different departments. Of which includes; the Service Desk on problem and incident management, working with the Change Manager on technical updates and new projects.
Other responsibilities include; working with the Construction Team commissioning and associated documentation of new equipment transitioning the status from Build to Live. Support technical projects, drive to resolution all aspects of problem management relating to the electrical and mechanical infrastructure.
- An Electrical Engineer by profession background, or mechanical but with a strong understanding of electrical infrastructure
-Experience in a Facilities or Projects based role
- Experience is likely to have come from the design and delivery of capital projects within mission critical environments or technical real estate which could include telecommunications, data centres or the banking and finance sector etc.
This position would provide an excellent package including BUPA healthcare including family, BUPA dental cover, 25 days leave, life cover 8x annual salary and an annual salary review.
If you believe you have the experience and capabilities to fulfil this role and would like to work for a company who are changing the face of their industry and value their staff with constant training, development and progression then please reply or call Marcus Mighty on 0117 9388 088 for a confidential discussion