Royal Museum Greenwich_Mechanical and Electrical Manager

Mechanical and Electrical Manager Candidate Information Pack

About Royal Museums Greenwich are seeking a Mechanical & Electrical Manager to join their Estates & Facilities Management team. Royal Museums Greenwich (RMG) is a collection of diverse historical sites. The sites are the National Maritime Museum, Cutty Sark, the Royal Observatory, and the Queen’s House. Each of these sites has a unique identity and a common purpose to serve our communities, through sharing our collections and expertise. We are a place to explore the sea, space, art and history, and our strategy ‘Charting Our Course’ puts people at the core of its success. Reporting to the Senior Estates Manager, the postholder is responsible for maintaining and improving the efficient running of all sites and multiple buildings across the Royal Museums Greenwich Estate.

Key elements of the role will involve stewardship of nationally significant buildings including scheduled monuments and buildings within a UNESCO World Heritage Site; ensuring statutory, regulatory compliance and best practices are achieved and maintained; supporting the delivery of the capital investment programme; and being the technical authority in all mechanical and electrical buildings across the Royal Museums Greenwich Estate. Further core responsibilities include managing the planned preventative maintenance (PPM) of all mechanical and electrical services across the Museum’s estate. As well as audit and advise on the performance of the M&E and specialist contractors; ensure value for money, best practice and innovation and risk management.

Job Description

Job Title:

Mechanical and Electrical Manager

procurement process • To support the development of the mechanical and electrical budget • To support the development of reports, including utility budgets and energy reports. • To support the Museum in relevant works where required Project Delivery • Manage the delivery of multiple capital improvement projects on all sites within M&E, including major infrastructure projects to the value of up to £1 million, in line with the museums procurement policy, H&S policy, sustainability policy and operational needs. Including project and design management from inception to hand-over. • Advise and support colleagues and external professionals; consultants, architects, project managers, caterers etc. on special projects ensuring the RMG’s interests are met and to provide technical advice and information as required 3. Other responsibilities: • Sustainability – ensure their ways of working meet the museums values around sustainability. • Health and Safety – observe all Health and Safety rules and procedures as laid down and attend all relevant training as required. • Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) – build a departmental culture which values and promotes a positive attitude to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion. • Carry out any other duties when required.

the term M&E and Specialist contractors; ensure value for money, best practices and innovation, risk management, and museum restrictions are followed. • Achieve and maintain all statutory regulations, health and safety requirements and museum policies within M&E, including the audit and access of relevant statutory documentation in accordance with the Museum’s information records procedure. Recommend improvements where required. • Act as the Responsible Person in accordance with British Standards and Regulations. Including, but not limited to L8, PUWER, PSSR. Including, DECS, ESOS TM44, Environment Agency. To schedule and log servicing and certification • Identify and raise business continuity and risk management requirements • Manage emergency and reactive repairs and small works with term and specialist contractors • In collaboration with the Collections Department report on environmental conditions within galleries and stores. Monitor and advise on the environmental control equipment, via the M&E term contractor, recommend areas of improvement. • Oversee the estates utility provision, including gas, electrical and water supplies to all sites. • Manage the efficient use of energy around the estate. Audit and report on usage, identify and implement energy saving measures to minimise expenditure and promote sustainability improvements. • To manage and maintain the portfolio of utility accounts, ensure regular and accurate payment against consumption. • Support in the preparation and procurement

Team: Estates and Facilities Management Reporting to: Senior Estates Manager

1. Job purpose: As a lead member of the Hard Services team: • Stewardship of nationally significant buildings including schedule monuments and buildings within a UNESCO World Heritage Site. • Maintain and improve the efficient running of all 5 sites and multiple buildings across the

Royal Museums Greenwich Estate. • To be the technical authority in all

mechanical and electrical matters for the museum operations, with a focus on the heating, ventilation and air conditioning, environmental conditions, and utility management. • To ensure statutory, regulatory compliance and best practices are achieved and maintained • To manage the lifecycle of museum M&E assets, advise on and deliver capital investment programme. 2. Key responsibilities: Maintenance and Operations • To manage the planned preventative maintenance of the mechanical and electrical services including, but not limited to, statutory and non-statutory M&E, fire control systems, lifts and lifting equipment, electrical installation systems and services, water testing, water features, sump pumps, boreholes and BMS systems • Audit and advise on the performance of

of the Estates mechanical and electrical servicing contracts via the museum’s

Person Specification

Essential criteria: • Experience in Estates and Facilities Management at a similar level. • City and Guilds 2365 Part C, City and Guilds 2382-18, ONC, HNC, HND, NVQ Level 3 and/or experience in mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, building services, or equivalent is required • Management of Health and Safety and statutory compliance experience. • Project Management experience • Highly effective team worker and departmental ambassador with strong communication skills • The ability to accurately manage budgets. • Competent at MS Office, CAFM and BMS packages • An agile approach, with the ability to be flexible and adapt to changing circumstances • To be calm under pressure and able to prioritise workload • Demonstratable commitment to sustainability Desirable criteria: • Project management qualification, such as PRINCE2 • Experience of working on heritage estates, including Scheduled Monuments • Membership of relevant professional bodies • Knowledge of structural fabric • Be prepared to be flexible in meeting the demands of the role, as the role may involve some evening and occasional weekend work.

Who we are and what we do

At Royal Museums Greenwich we want to foster a spirit of inclusive and collaborative working, valuing expertise, diversity and innovation. We are a collection of diverse sites with unique identities, overlapping interests and a common purpose. We are explorers of time, space, place and belonging. Our collections and subjects are about investigating worlds, crossing boundaries, bridging cultures, and creating connections. We are a place to explore the very essence of what makes us human. Our collections reach across continents, cultural divides, tumultuous seas and cosmic voids. Through our institution, we have a uniquely interdisciplinary potential – art, history and science – which we can tackle separately and in dialogue with each other. Our subjects are local, global and universal – they help us to pose big questions about the universe we live in, the planet we live on and its people. Royal Museums Greenwich has a social purpose at its heart – to serve our communities and stakeholders in line with our function as museums and heritage sites. We want to be a progressive national museum – brave and bold, relevant, inclusive, collaborative, proactive, ethical, informed and expert. We will listen and learn, evaluate and consult, working together to be a place by and for our audiences. We will strive to tell histories more fully, recognising different perspectives and working with stakeholders to be honest about the past, giving an equality of voice and recognising intersecting identities. We will support skills development, critical thinking, knowledge and understanding. Our primary aim will be to be relevant and meaningful, both reaching out and inviting people in, welcoming all and supporting their wellbeing.

Benefits at Royal Museums Greenwich RMG has a number of benefits to ensure our staff are supported, alongside the perks of great colleagues and an outstanding working environment, in a UNESCO world heritage site.

Financial • Group Personal Pension scheme with minimum Employer pension contribution of 8.5%, with employee contribution of 1.5% (also available is an employer contribution of 10%, with employee contribution of 3%) • Free Life Assurance Scheme covering you for 6 times your annual salary • Interest free season ticket and bike loans • Gym membership loan • Learning loan

Exhibitions at RMG • Unlimited free tickets to special exhibitions, paid sites and planetarium shows • NMDC Reciprocal Agreement for free admissions to other Museums and Galleries1 paid exhibitions • Staff are invited to attend functions from gallery openings to specialist lectures

Wellbeing and development • Enhanced pay for maternity, paternity, adoption and shared parental leave • Training opportunities and continuous performance management reviews to support personal and career development • Employee Assistance Programme • Subsidised activities such as massages and yoga • Dedicated Wellbeing Champions • Flexible/hybrid working

• Cycle to Work scheme • 30% discount in our cafes and shops • Staff Awards scheme • The Charity for Civil Servants • VDU Eye care e-Vouchers • Seasonal flu jabs • Access to health cash plan and Benenden Health • Access to a local credit union


To arrange a briefing discussion please contact our advisor at MRG:

Matt Giles 07530 680 159

Applications should consist of a CV and should be sent to:

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