About The Role

Location: Bourn, Cambridge

Starting ASAP - duration 6 months

Please note this role is full time onsite and requires shift working e.g. 7:30am – 4pm

The Facilities Coordinator is responsible for supporting the management and delivery of all facilities operations, hard and soft services to ensure the efficient and effective running of the site.

The Facilities Coordinator must be able to deputise for the Facilities Manager when required.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist in the overall management of plant and equipment on the site, including using Q-Pulse to ensure service dates are hit and instructions are kept up to date.

Ensure day to day operational efficiency of all plant and equipment.

Assist in the implementation and monitoring of planned preventative maintenance programmes for the site.

Assist with the implementation and monitoring of weekly, monthly, and annual maintenance programmes.

Ensure that all method statements and safe working practices including Permit to Work and General Rules for Contractors rules are complied with.

Ensure the correct storage and control of all consumable materials, equipment, and services in accordance with Company procedures

Ensure standards of work are maintained and tasks are completed within the given timescales.

Actively encourage an environment that supports teamwork, co-operation and performance excellence within team

Act as a point of contact for security/alarm responding

Ensure that contracted resources deliver work to meet quality targets, addressing and ensuring the correction of under-performance issues.

Ensuring Site Inspections are carried out. Issues highlighted through site inspections or customer complaints are resolved in a timely manner

Overseeing projects as required

HEALTH AND SAFETY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist in the implementation and management of relevant health and safety procedures to the site.

Ensure that all defined services are completed in accordance with all operating procedures, statuary requirements, and within the health and safety guidelines and standards.

Ensure Health and Safety, Emergency procedures and safe working practices are managed correctly.

About You
  • Outstanding Customer Service – building and developing effective relationships with key stakeholders and be comfortable working across all levels.
  • Formal trade qualifications Capacity to deal with ambiguity and solve complex problems effectively
  • Ability to work in perfect autonomy
  • Delivering Health and Safety compliance
  • Team player, hard worker, good interpersonal skills, ability to communicate well in both oral and written reports
  • Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Ideally previous experience in a facility support role
  • Ideally Supervisory experience e.g. contractor management/oversight
  • Ideally practical knowledge and application of facility management and maintenance
  • Knowledge of health and safety legislation and policy
  • A full valid driving licence
  • Fire Warden Training - desirable
  • First-aid at work certificate- desirable
  • Manual handling training - desirable
  • Ladder and working at height training – desirable
About Us
Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) is an end-to-end innovation partner, propelling global brands and ambitious start-ups to success. We build breakthrough products and services – from insight to ideas, prototypes to production – bringing innovation to life. Our teams are multi-disciplinary, uniting scientific rigor, design ingenuity, and engineering excellence for consumer, healthcare, and industrial clients. People-centred, deeply collaborative, and – above all – expert, we’re uniquely positioned to shape the future for consumers, patients, and industry. Even our ownership model is innovative: We’re 100% owned by our employees, ensuring an open culture and a total commitment to our projects’ success.