Salary for estates officer

Average salary


2700 £

Basic salary 1700 £
Maximum Wage 3600 £
1700 £
Lowest
2650 £
Average
3600 £
Highest

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The average salary for the estates officer position is 2700 £

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Companies with the highest earnings in position Estates officer


PROPERTY & CONSTRUCTION 5000 £
FUSION PEOPLE SOLUTIONS 3583 £
VENN GROUP 3573 £
NHS PROFESSIONALS 3520 £
MOORE GREEN RECRUITMENT 3000 £
ONLYFE 3000 £
GOODMAN MASSON 3000 £
HAYS SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT 2995 £
CASTLEFIELD RECRUITMENT 2844 £
STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF SCOTLAND 2617 £

Salary in companies


PROPERTY & CONSTRUCTION 5000 £
1700 £ 5000 £
FUSION PEOPLE SOLUTIONS 3583 £
1700 £ 5000 £
VENN GROUP 3573 £
1700 £ 5000 £
NHS PROFESSIONALS 3520 £
1700 £ 5000 £
MOORE GREEN RECRUITMENT 3000 £
1700 £ 5000 £
ONLYFE 3000 £
1700 £ 5000 £
GOODMAN MASSON 3000 £
1700 £ 5000 £
HAYS SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT 2995 £
1700 £ 5000 £
CASTLEFIELD RECRUITMENT 2844 £
1700 £ 5000 £
STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE WEST OF SCOTLAND 2617 £
1700 £ 5000 £

Comment on the job position of estates officer

Requirements


  • "Estate Officer"
  • "Estates Officer"
  • HNC/ONC or equivalent Mechanical Engineering discipline with post qualification experience
  • authorised Person
  • experience in managing complex engineering and operational services within a large estates function
  • full UK Driving Licence
  • experience in a public sector of NHS organisation
  • budgets
  • contracts
  • maintenance
  • management
  • property
  • social housing
  • inventory
  • estates
  • repairs
  • housing association
  • estates officer
  • full Driving Licence and use of a vehicle
  • previous experience in a similar role

Responsibility


  • you will actively participate in the implementation, operation and improvement of CAFM software, identifying and utilising methods to monitor work streams and gaps in compliance
  • manage a team of multi-skilled engineers and Assistants
  • organise PPM schedules and allocated reactive work
  • organise Health and Safety documents on site and auditing sites to ensure compliance to strict NHS standards
  • responsible for overseeing contractors and ensuring there work is complaint to strict standards
  • manage minor works projects like fit outs and refurbishments, up to around £50,000
  • ensure employees are efficient and getting work done on time and to strict standards
  • allocate work depending on priority and urgency
  • ideally a mechanical bias/prior NHS Experience
  • undertake the role of Responsible or Nominated Person as set down in appropriate regulatory and advisory compliance frameworks.  These areas will be identified and agreed in writing after which appropriate training will be provided and updated

Current offers for the position


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HAYS SPECIALIST RECRUITMENT
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ASAP start - Up to 243.03 per day - 5 days per week - long-term opportunity Your new company Hays is working with a NHS trust based in Stoke-on-Trent who require a Mechanically bias Estates Officer to part manage the Engineering department who are responsible...

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