Building Management Systems Manager

Posted 2 years ago

Location: Site based in Ware, Hertfordshire  

My client is the leading authority in high-performance, sustainable facilities, asset, and workplace management in the UK. They combine the best experts, processes, and technologies, to create enduring high-value facilities management solutions that not only enables businesses to work better but also offers a better place for their staff to work.

They support some of the most complex and regulated workplaces in the UK – delivering services to industry sectors including life sciences, defence, nuclear, hi-tech manufacturing, and central government.

The requirements of the Building Management Systems Manager:

  • 5+ years of experience in a Hard Services Manager role with direct accountability for Building Management Systems and team management responsibility
  • Knowledge of controlled systems from companies such as Honeywell and Johnson Controls would be beneficial
  • NVQ, City & Guilds or ONC Electrical or HVAC qualification
  • IOSH Managing Safety or equivalent
  • You will have excellent interpersonal and Customer relationship skills.
  • Driven and proactive Individual who uses initiative and can take ownership
  • High standard of IT Skills (producing reports / analysing data)
  • General knowledge of GxP (Desirable)
  • Proactive, self-starter, energy

The role of Building Management Systems Manager:

  • The BMS Manager will be accountable to lead a team that delivers building automation consisting of HVAC control systems, PLCs, BMS and Critical alarms systems to deliver systems strategy, improvements, operational maintenance, and response supporting all Electrical, HVAC, wet systems and steam planned and corrective maintenance
  • You will be responsible for ensuring safety, quality, and statutory compliance to achieve the key performance metrics within your area of responsibility
  • Build long lasting credible relationships in a collaborative work partnership with client stakeholders, Operation Managers, SMEs third party providers, support functions and other key stakeholders to ensure best in class delivery
  • Identify continuous improvement efforts and enhance value across respective customer group and team leaders, sharing of best practice and efficient improvements
  • Ensure on site PLCs are backed up, engage with the client of any required changes required along with ensuring the risks are outlined
  • Identify continuous improvement efforts and enhance value across respective customer group and team leaders, sharing of best practice and efficient improvements
  • Carry out annual performance reviews to teams and ensure training and succession planning is aligned to the contract goals. This will include people management of performance, PiPs and disciplinary process
  • Ensure positive safety culture is created by the open sharing of risk and safety challenges with teams and team leaders


  • Base Salary Circa: £45,000 – £60,000 (Depending on Experience)
  • Overtime paid at time and a half (Monday – Saturdays) & double time on Sundays & bank holidays
  • Pension
  • Private Healthcare
  • Childcare Vouchers
  • 25 Days Holidays + 8 Bank Holidays

For more information about the role or to apply send your CV now to or call Oliver today on +44 (0) 113 243 3499

You must have the right to work in the UK to be considered for this role.

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