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Contracts Manager
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Recruiter: Huxley
Listed on: 24th June
Location: Leeds
Salary/Rate: £46000 - £50000
Type: Permanent
Start Date: ASAP
Reference: HA-33194231_1561384209_expired
Contact Name: Alexander Read

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A global leader within energy management solutions is currently seeking a Contracts Manager to take responsibility for a portfolio of contracts with a regional remit. This will see you working with a host of organisations from large pharmaceutical manufacturers to public sector organisations.Scope of workHolding responsibility for a portfolio of embedded contracts across their waste-water and energy portfolio, as Contracts Manager you will be responsible for a geographical patch encompassing the Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire regions. The position would oversee the delivery of utilities management and energy solutions into a portfolio including District Heating Schemes, Hospitals requiring Energy Facilities Management and Industrial Gas Turbines.In your role as Contracts Manager you will ensure the efficient, effective delivery of services to clients including the management of boilers, gas turbines, CHP's and associated equipment, making sure that performance is kept in-line with contractual obligations. Managing all operations, maintenance and overhaul of these assets, you will oversee the management of PPM in order to delivery compliance throughout the duration of these contracts.Managing a team of circa 10-15 people, you will hold responsibilities for contracts that are serviced via both embedded and mobile delivery teams. Accountable for all aspects of their performance, including development plans, you will ensure the delivery of plant availability according to client needs at all times, as well as successfully achieving company KPI's to do this. Furthermore, you will also develop standard operating procedures and commercial performance in accordance with contractual obligations.The management of HSE and Quality systems/policies will also fall under your remit, giving you accountability for the safe and environmental performance of all operations, implementing continuous improvement where necessary to ensure sites remain compliant with regulations.The role will involve regular travel across the region visiting sites and customers, and will report from their Sheffield or Leeds offices (depending on nearest to your location).You will:Possess a technical engineering qualification (HNC/HND or Degree-level) within Electrical or Mechanical disciplines.Ideally have facilities management experience managing CHP's (and associated plant), Industrial Gas Turbines or District Heating schemes.Be able to travel across the Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derbyshire & Staffordshire regions meeting customers and attending facilities.Have experience managing the operations, maintenance and overhaul of assets, including the management of PPM to deliver compliance.Be customer-focused, with experience engaging in regular customer meetings and building quality business relationships.Have previously managed engineering teams.The companyA global leader within the energy and waste management sectors, this organisation plays an integral role in the management of District Heating schemes and energy management services for public sector organisations and large industrial manufacturers.Why apply?The company is paying a basic salary of between £46,000-£50,000 with an annual performance bonus, company car/car allowance, contributory pension scheme and 25 days + 8 Stats.If you meet the above criteria and would like to be considered for this role, please apply immediately. To find out more about Huxley Engineering, please visit www.huxleyengineering.comHuxley Engineering, a trading division of SThree Partnership LLP is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy | Registered office | 1st Floor, 75 King William Street, London, EC4N 7BE, United Kingdom | Partnership Number | OC387148 England and Wales