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House of Commons
The House of Commons a unique and exciting place to work right at the heart of the UK’s thriving democratic system.
Behind the scenes, the House of Commons Service is made up of more than 3,000 employees who support and facilitate the smooth day to day running of the House. They provide professional services to Members of Parliament, their staff, and the wider parliamentary community.
In addition to your salary, we offer an attractive range of benefits including:
In-House Services (IHS) provides high-quality facilities and services to Members and their staff, and to staff of the House of Commons, supporting them to carry out their work in a clean, comfortable, safe and efficient environment.
Parliamentary Maintenance Services Team (PMST), within In House Services (IHS), consists of approximately 115 in-house staff and a large number of contractors who maintain the Parliamentary estates (Commons & Lords) buildings, engineering systems and furnishings in order to ensure a fully functioning, safe working environment, equipped for the demands of the 21st century.
The primary purpose of this role will be to ensure that the Parliamentary Maintenance Services Team complies with all relevant statutory maintenance regulations in addition to acting as Parliament’s Responsible Person for Legionella management and acting as Parliaments’ Deputy responsible person for asbestos management. The role will proactively identify issues, take corrective actions, make recommendations for resolution, escalating non-compliance issues promptly and appropriately.
Some of the responsibilities for this role include:
Skills and Experience
To be successful in this role you will demonstrate:
Next Steps and Additional Information
More information on the role and the full criteria can be found in the Job Description.
The salary is inclusive of a Market Sector Allowance of £3,500 per annum for a period of two years. Please note that most job offers will be made at the minimum of the salary range, other than in exceptional circumstances.