Service Manager

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Service Manager

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Job Title: Service Manager
Function: Service
Reports to: General Manager

Job Purpose:

To manage the development and operation engineering support across a wide geographic area / multiple sites with the primary objective of ensuing all equipment meets expected levels of output and performance.


Non Financial:
Staff Numbers: C. 3 – 12

Key Responsibilities:

* Recruit, develop, motivate and manage an engineering / maintenance team to provide the required technical / geographic / resource coverage to meet current and future business needs
* Continually improve the efficiency of the resources within the engineering/maintenance department implementing the adoption of best working practice and engineering/maintenance methods
* Control resource expenditure for labour, direct expense and consumables within the approved budget for the department and provide early indications of any potential variances in order to assist the overall units forecasting
* Manage the development and implementation of a preventative maintenance programmes / contracts to maximise machine utilisation and minimise breakdown costs
* Ensure that all equipment and machinery meets current Health and Safety, Environmental standards and legislative requirements


Educational and professional:

* Graduate calibre or similar through/experience/vocational qualification
* Engineering qualification

Knowledge, Skills, Experience:

* Minimum 3 years experience of managing/supervising a maintenance function
* Communication/briefing skills
* People management skills
* Project management and problem solving skills
* Engineering technical skills and knowledge
* Preventative maintenance procedures
* Team building
* Awareness of current health and safety, environmental and employment legislation/standards
* Budget management/cost control awareness
* Exposure to change management/continuous improvement processes and techniques

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