Team Leader (Technical) Asset Management

14 Jun 2021
12 Jul 2021
Contract Type
Full Time
Working on behalf of a Local Authority, Aatom Recruitment has an excellent opportunity for a Team Leader (Technical) Asset Management on a 2 months contract with a possibility of an extension.

The post holder will be responsible for managing a team within the Asset Management section of the Property Directorate to deliver a first class service to meet customer needs and deadlines for compliance with contract specifications and legislation. There are a number of specialist and technical functions within the Asset Management section, and the different roles will include, Procurement, Projects, Housing Growth, and Surveying. All Team Leaders will be required to deputise for the General Manager and other Team Leaders as and when required.

Specific objectives and deliverables will be agreed as part of your annual performance and development review (PDR) process, the points below are a summary of your main duties and responsibilities.

Ensure compliance against legislative and contract specifications and obligations are met.
Plan and prioritise workload to ensure the department meets targets and maximises productivity, while ensuring resources are utilised efficiently and cost effectively.
Provide professional and technical advice where needed, to deliver effective business solutions.
Direct all operational aspects of relevant business/service area.
Plan, co-ordinate and deploy resources and workload appropriately to meet service and business demands.
Work collaboratively with General Managers and other Team Leaders to monitor, analyse and deliver improvements across all relevant performance indicator areas in order to increase customer satisfaction.
Prepare professional and clearly written papers and communications on key issues. When required present verbal or written reports to the service area Management Team, Senior Leadership Team and/or Board.
Participate in organisation wide service reviews and service planning as required and ensure any arising actions are implemented.
Provide vision and leadership to the team by managing people, performance, development, health and wellbeing issues and resources effectively and in line with relevant policies and procedures.
Build a culture to expect change as a part of doing business successfully and actively assists others to adapt and cope.
Contribute to the development of policies and processes across the organisation to ensure that high quality consistent services are delivered.
Provide leadership by acting as an ambassador and a positive role model through the promotion of the council purpose, vision, behaviours, achievements and successes.
Deputise for the General Manager as required.

To get more information about this role and how to apply please contact Anisha (phone number removed)

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