About The RoleExcellent opportunity for an Maintenance Surveyor, know internally as Asset Manager, to manage the Repairs and Maintenance service to our stock in the London & South East ensuring day to day repairs, planned works are identified, specified, procured and managed to a high standard of completion.
At saha we are dedicated to providing comprehensive, good quality housing services, support and resettlement for people who have been homeless.
The Asset Manager will need to deliver an efficient and effective contract management serviceand will:
- Manage, monitor and control contractors against performance targets
- Prepare specifications, estimates and tender documentations for repairs and maintenance works
- Procure contractors, furnishings and equipment
- Identify future works and priorities
- Contribute to the management and delivery of Sahas planned and cyclical maintenance programme
About The Candidate
You will instinctively work in a manner that aligns fully with sahas delivery values and behaviours, demonstrating energy and passion, along with a positive, can do attitude in your daily contribution as an Asset Manager to transforming lives.
You will be a confident communicator, able to consult and influence a range of stakeholders
We need you to:
- Be experienced in diagnosing, specifying, procuring and managing maintenance works
- Have successfully managed contracts and programmes of work
- Be a great budget manager with strong financial awareness
- Be commercially minded with good business acumen
- Be able to travel to various premises in the north east
- Be willing to work outside normal hours
About The Company
At saha we transform lives by providing accommodation and support for some of the most vulnerable members of our society, mainly people experiencing homelessness.
We are a Registered Social Landlord and across the UK we are one of the leading providers of supported housing, providing a wide range of supported accommodation options for vulnerable people including, young homeless people, care leavers, adult homeless, people with complex needs, young parents (and their children), survivors of domestic abuse, ex-offenders and those suffering from drug and alcohol problems and poor mental health.
Our teams work with people to build on their strengths, creating person centred, individualised strategies and plans that transform lives, support recovery, and enable positive