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Property Services Supervisor

Support Office, Cornwall Care House, Truro, Cornwall, United Kingdom Req #244
02 June 2021

Job Title: Property Services Supervisor

Job Brief: To manage the Property Coordinators, and to promote their overall productivity and efficiency and to be the Property Office Manager alongside to support the organisation in ensuring that the highest standards of support to maintenance, defects and compliance are provided in a timely, safe and effective manner.

Location: Support Office

Salary: £28,000 per annum 

Hours: 39 hours per week 

Please note all posts are subject to DBS clearance.
 
Main duties and responsibilities:

To supervise the Property Coordinators

To Manage the Property Support Office

To maintain the Property Risk Register

To Manage Cornwall Care’s vehicle portfolio

To programme and book Departmental training 

Lead on Property Health and Safety

Lead on Compliance assurance, Waste Management and WEE

Raise and reconcile Purchase Orders as required

Point of contact for Finance and for Purchase ledger queries

Improving the overall productivity and standards of the Prooperty Services Team

To undertake “on call” duties and to manage the “on call” roster
 
Skills and Qualifications:

Level 5 or equivalent qualification, in an engineering, management, facility management, or similar field, or 5 years’ experience in a Compliance related role.

A minimum of 3 years supervisory experience in Health and Safety, Compliance, and Risk Management.

Excellent written and oral communication skills.

The ability to lead a small team across a diverse portfolio.

Knowledge of maintenance procedures, practices and of systems (electrical, mechanical, construction, legionella, asbestos  etc).

Computer literate (particularly Excel)

Full driving licence


General: 

 
To carry out other duties as required to ensure the successful operation of the service. Noting the requirement for the provision of a 7-day service across the organisation.

Maintain confidentiality at all times and in line with the organisations Non-Disclosure Agreement.

Take part in an annual performance appraisal, where the job description will be reviewed, and objectives set.

Ensure that all clients and colleagues are treated at all times in an equitable manner, respecting diversity and showing an understanding of diversity in the workplace.

Work within Cornwall Care policies and procedures to respond to complaints and investigate any concerns about service delivery or quality of service.

Identify and report hazards relevant to the health and safety of clients and colleagues and follow Cornwall Care’s reporting process.

Follow Cornwall Care’s risk assessment process when considering new processes and procedures.

You are responsible for ensuring that your professional practice and your work is within and kept up-to-date with the principles laid out in The Health and Safety at Work guidance, Care Quality Commission regulatory guidance and Equality Act 2010 regulations.

You will be required to undertake statutory and mandatory training and development. The Company provides opportunities for all employees to continually develop their professional practice; along with regular supervision time to maintain their person centred, empathic and non-judgemental approach to the person in their care.

As part of the whole Cornwall Care Team you may be asked to provide support and care in other parts of our service provision, you do need to be ready and flexible to provide such support should the need arise.

It is important that all staff understand their accountability for individual risks and how they can enable continuous improvement through effective risk management. You need to be aware that risk awareness and risk management are a key part of Cornwall Care’s culture. All staff are required to actively identify, assess, report and contribute to the management of risk; to promote and adhere to safe working practices and to ensure that they provide a service where quality and safety is paramount by following all procedural documents relevant to their role, such as policies and procedures and risk assessments requirements.

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  • Support Office, Cornwall Care House, Truro, Cornwall, United Kingdom