Mobilisation Manager

Location cambridgeshire
Company Cambridge
Work Type full-time

Company overview

Cambridge Maintenance Services Ltd, which a part of the Mecsia group, was founded in 1985. It is a growing nationwide supplier of maintenance services throughout the UK. We serve corporate, public sector and managing agent clients, with sites across England, Scotland & Wales. Our clients rely on us to manage offices, commercial properties, retail sites, schools, universities, hospitals, hotels, laboratories, luxury residential units and historic listed buildings. Cambridge Maintenance Services Ltd. Is one of the UK’s most innovative maintenance services companies.

Job description

This role involves:

  • Reporting to directors
  • Supporting the management and delivery of newly awarded contracts
  • Ensuring a smooth transition from contract win to operational delivery, making sure that requirements are met to provide excellent service
  • A clear focus on customer relationships, to ensure expectations are met utilising and managing a dedicated mobilisation team.
  • The successful candidate will work closely with the sales and operational teams, assisting and guiding them as required.


Mobile/Head Office, St Ives, Cambridgeshire

Key responsibilities

  • Understand new contract wins and support the bid process
  • Manage the mobilisation process
  • Work with all parts of the business to ensure that specific activities and costs work for the contract concerned
  • Work with sub-contractors to agree PPM delivery within budget and timeframes
  • Conduct on-site asset condition surveys as part of the mobilisation process
  • Manage and complete administration activities to facilitate the process, including asset registers, PPM planners, H&S risk assessments, customer information and any site-specific documentation
  • Provide detailed cost plans whilst also ensuring cost control of delegated mobilisation budgets
  • Costing of any contract amendments during the mobilisation phase
  • Liaise with internal departments to provide a seamless mobilisation process
  • Perform risk assessments as and when required within the business
  • Prepare and present reports as and when required
  • Assist in the support of the Pre-Qualification and Tender responses when required
  • Capture, gather, verify, validate against client/tender list review, prepare, and import assets
  • Responsible for initial information loaded onto the CAFM system
  • Attend site mobilisations nationally
  • Adhere to company and externally relevant health and safety laws and policies
  • Carry out any other duties and responsibilities as determined by the company

Essential requirements:

  • Qualified within Building Services
  • Understanding of TUPE process
  • A good knowledge and understanding of SFG 20
  • Work to a high degree of accuracy with good organisational skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Excellent IT skills, particularly use of Microsoft Office
  • Excellent problem-solving skills
  • Travel nationally with some nights away
  • Ability to inspire and lead a team


Full-time position.