Planned Preventative Maintenance Administrator
Business Area: Infrastructure
Place of Work: Reigate
Contract Type: Permanent
Osborne is one of the leading construction businesses in the UK. As a family-owned business, we have the freedom and flexibility to take a different approach. We focus on creating structures and spaces that provide an environment for people to thrive in and solutions for our customers that provide a better experience during the creation. From rail to road, housing to healthcare, however large the project or contract, we know that it is always personal to the people who use it and those that are responsible for it.
We provide an inclusive environment which is aligned to our core values of Quality, Integrity, Openness, Caring and Progressive. We value everyone as an individual and provide the opportunity to influence and change the way that we do things to ensure that we progress and evolve as a business. As a responsible employer we are also committed to promoting and protecting the physical and mental health of all our staff at all times.
Infrastructure, be part of our success
Infrastructure is not just about building practical solutions for our customers – it’s about enabling people, businesses and communities to become more connected. Our employees are an integral part of that process, whereby each individual helps to shape the future of Transport Infrastructure across the country. If you’re looking for an exciting opportunity to make a difference, then you have come to the right place, with over £1b of secured pipeline taking us up to pretty much the end of this decade. At a time of increased uncertainty greater security of employment as well as development opportunities are important.
We are currently recruiting for a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) Administrator to join our growing team to support the contract with Network Rail. The purpose of this role is to support the PPM Coordinators and PPM Manager in the day to day administration of the PPM Contracts. Tasks will include, but not be limited to assisting with the execution of the planned maintenance schedule, assist in the development of a new asset management system, provide updates to the asset management system, attend weekly team meetings, ensure a prompt resolution to any queries or complaints, attend site visits and ensure costs are tracked accurately. You will also build and maintain effective working relationships with all managers, operatives, the client and supply chain.
What are we looking for?
We are keen to speak to candidates with previous experience in a similar administration role. It would also be an advantage if you have knowledge of maintenance regimes or quantity surveying practices and processes, however these are not essential requirements. You will have good communication and IT skills and also be organised whilst being able to manage a busy workload effectively.
- Competitive Salary and Company Car (dependent on position)
- Company Pension
- 25 Days Holiday
- Gift Day off for your Birthday
- Private Health Insurance (after qualifying period dependent on level)
- Employee Assistance Programme
- Life Assurance
- Trade Discount Cards
If this sounds a lot like you, and your approach to your work is the same as ours, we would love to hear from you. If we end up working together, we will give you a great environment to work in with real opportunities for you to shine, deliver great work and develop your career.
Please note that we would also make reasonable adjustments where possible to ensure that our places of work are inclusive and allow us to support the creation of a diverse and engaged business.
Due to the nature of the work that Osborne are involved in, additional criminal record checks maybe required to carry out particular roles. This will be clarified during the interview process.
If you have any further queries regarding this role, please contact the Resourcing Team on 0330 311 2713