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EquipU, 17 Nurseries Rd, Glasgow, G69 6UL
£36,598.51 - £42,637.17 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
35 hours per week

This position has expired.

Job Description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Equipment Asset Manager to join Glasgow City Health and Social Care Partnership’s community equipment, stairlifts and track hoist service, which operates on behalf of multiple local authorities throughout Scotland and Greater Glasgow and Clyde NHS.
Reporting directly to the Stores Service Manager, you will be responsible for providing specialist professional and technical advice on asset management and compliance in relation to installation, repair, servicing, thorough examination, removal and recycling of community equipment, stairlifts, access lifts, track hoist systems and telecare to all areas of the operation.  You will ensure accurate asset management records are maintained, as well as be competent and compliant with the relevant Health and Safety regulations and standards, ensuring that all equipment is maintained and examined appropriately and within the necessary timescales through effective scheduling.
As the Equipment Asset Manager, you will identify procedural and training requirements, whilst managing suppliers/contractors to ensure services are delivered to the highest standards.
You will be a motivated individual with excellent IT and leadership skills and have the ability to manage performance and productivity levels of an Assistant Equipment Asset Manager.
The successful candidate will be required to liaise with multi agency partner groups as well as internal and external customers, therefore, excellent verbal and written communication skills are important. 
It is essential that you have a full understanding of a professional or specialist field of asset management, service, maintenance and testing.  A knowledge of community equipment, stairlifts, access lifts, track hoist systems and telecare are desirable.

These posts are excepted under Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2013 (as amended).

Please note this is a re advertisement and previous applicants should not re-apply.

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