EHS & Facilities Manager
Fluke
Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom
4d ago
  • The EHS and Facilities Manager is responsible for the EHS management of three UK based sites (Norwich, Cambridge, and Northampton) and Facilities Management of the Norwich site;
  • this encompasses the management of services and processes that support Production, Product Repair & Servicing, and Engineering.

    You will report to the Site Leader and work with the Global HS&E Team to ensure that best practices are followed for maximum efficiency and that the most suitable working environment is maintained for its employees and their activities.

    This is a diverse, hands-on role with a range of responsibilities. You will be part of the Site Senior Leadership Team and involved in both strategic planning and day-to-day operations of the Norwich site.

  • The EHS and Facilities Manager is responsible for the EHS management of three UK based sites (Norwich, Cambridge, and Northampton) and Facilities Management of the Norwich site;
  • this encompasses the management of services and processes that support Production, Product Repair & Servicing, and Engineering.

    You will report to the Site Leader and work with the Global HS&E Team to ensure that best practices are followed for maximum efficiency and that the most suitable working environment is maintained for its employees and their activities.

    This is a diverse, hands-on role with a range of responsibilities. You will be part of the Site Senior Leadership Team and involved in both strategic planning and day-to-day operations of the Norwich site.

    MANAGEMENT

  • X1 Direct reports but will take the project lead as required in multifunction projects
  • Senior Leader on the Norwich Site Leadership team
  • Proven track record of strong project management skills and successful project implementation
  • Proven record of strong people management skills including ability to successfully build the required skills in a team, develop individuals and implement team working
  • Good communication and presentation skills with ability to adapt personal style to colleagues’ preferences and translate the departmental impacts to all levels of the business.
  • Peer Relationships - Collaborative style with ability to build partnerships both internally and externally, quickly finding common ground and solve problems for the good of all
  • EHS SCOPE

  • To lead, develop and maintain the Health, Safety & Environment management systems for the UK sites ensuring continuous improvement programs are implemented in accordance with Fortive Business System
  • Coordinate UK EHS policy adoption and lead EHS training to ensure compliance across the UK sites
  • Act as the Responsible Person on Fire Safety and comply with the roles and responsibilities as detailed by the Fire Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 for the Norwich site.
  • To administer the risk assessment program (including COSHH) to ensure the risk associated with of all business activities are understood and programs are in place to reduce these risks .
  • Plan best allocation and utilisation of space and resources for new buildings, or re-organising of current premises

  • Identify and communicate technical and EHS risks and trade-offs to key stakeholders
  • To ensure the site has adequate coverage of First Aiders, Fire Wardens and Environmental, Health and safety representatives
  • FACILTIES SCOPE

  • Building and grounds maintenance.
  • Catering and Vending.
  • Contract placement and management.
  • Project manage and cost control of small to medium facilities projects, appointing and managing appropriate contractors to implement.
  • Plan for future development projects in line with strategic business objectives.
  • Space management.
  • Site-wide infrastructure services management includes but not limited to; cleaning, security, waste management etc.
  • Building M&E services including back up system maintenance and improvements.
  • EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SCOPE

  • Management of calibration equipment (Mechanical and Electrical)
  • Preventative maintenance and breakdown cover for production equipment.
  • Control of onsite test equipment, mechanical and electrical including calibration status and management.
  • Support installation of new equipment into the facility including early involvement with equipment design
  • COMMUNICATION

  • To maintain active and continuous contact (not restricted to formal meetings) with all stakeholders on the Norwich, Cambridge, and Northampton sites
  • To encourage good relations and professional communication between, staff, departments, customers and suppliers.
  • To ensure that company efficiency is not restricted by poor communications.
  • Utilizes visual management to track projects, measure performance, and run problem-solving events at Gemba.
  • GENERAL

  • Visual Project management to provide full transparency to all employees.
  • Drives continuous improvement using data and deploys effective KPI’s to measure improvements.
  • Work with cross-functional teams to define trade-offs on projects including priority, effort, impact, & resource balancing.
  • Self-starter, self-motivated, works well in a team environment
  • Root cause analysis using various problem-solving methodologies
  • Ability to exercise judgment within procedures and practices to determine appropriate action
  • Must build productive internal / external working relationships
  • Ability to handle high pressure, prioritize work, and understand the impact of duties
  • Respond to metric / goal-driven environment, take initiative to meet goals
  • Lean thinking and mindset key to the success of the position
  • Both able to support and lead site-wide improvements projects.
  • Prepare documents to put out to company stakeholders and tenders for contractors in accordance with company policy.
  • Check that agreed work by staff or contractors has been completed satisfactorily and follow up on any deficiencies.
  • Be on-call for emergencies or urgent issues as they arise and deal with the consequences.
  • Complete Point of work risk assessments throughout the site.
  • BIFM qualified - desirable
  • Experienced in facilities management of complex operations (5+ years’ experience.
  • Working knowledge of Safety and Environment Management Systems (OHSAS 18001, ISO 14001)
  • Experienced in training groups of people and tracking employee’s development
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, including MS Project.
  • 17 / 18th Edition electrical qualification - desirable
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