We are currently recruiting for a Compliance Manager/ team leader for a fantastic not for profit company based in Teddington area. As Compliance Manager/ Team leader you will be responsible for leading on compliance (gas, electrical, legionella, asbestos, fire safety, lifts etc.) across the company ensuring it complies with all statutory regulations, Approved Codes of Practice (ACOP), official guidance standards and best practice. The post holder will work with the Head of Maintenance to ensure that a robust performance management system is implemented to ensure effective compliance is achieved. The post is the company’s specialist advisor and budget manager for compliance and will manage a team of Compliance Officers. You will also ensure effective data management systems, policies, processes and programmes are in place to provide assurance of ongoing statutory and regulatory compliance and delivery within budgets whilst providing for a high level of internal and external customer satisfaction
Person Specification: –
Degree educated of equivalent
Must have supervisory/ management experience
Working knowledge of statuary fire safety compliance
Key Responsibilities: –
To manage the core compliance service for the portfolio and monitoring KPI’s.
To ensure that the companies landlord compliance responsibilities are complied with in respect of properties where there is no maintenance responsibility
To lead on the development of the compliance schedule for the portfolio.
To develop and regularly review property related compliance policies and procedures in line with legislation and industry best practice.
To lead on the effective management of statutory compliance, ensuring all regulatory and legislative responsibilities for gas, electrical, asbestos, fire safety, legionella, and other associated mechanical and electrical services are delivered.
To develop and produce regular assurance reports for senior managers and Board covering all areas of performance, processes, procedures and statutory compliance responsibilities.
To convene and administer regular Health and Safety Committee meetings with Executives and Heads of Departments
To be responsible for ensuring that financial controls are being adhered to and followed, monitoring budget expenditure and reporting variances.
To propose, implement and manage the most effective models for the compliance of properties for which Reside is responsible and procure contracts to deliver the required services.
To keep up to date on current trends in compliance best practice and legislation and provide necessary information and advice to staff, contractors and stakeholders on ensuring compliance is effectively managed to current standards and taking action dependant on the nature of any failure to meet a specific standard.
To manage compliance related risks within the strategic risk register and also prepare and monitor a compliance risk register.
To be responsible for ensuring complaints are dealt with promptly and in line with the relevant policies and procedures.
To monitor contracts for works and services, holding regular meetings with key contractors
To work with colleagues in relation to the management of contractors on site.
To act as the investigating officer for complex safety incidents and take a lead role in the investigation of incidents. Rarely, support sites as the ‘on call’ tactical expert in emergency situations which may involve out of hours’ working.