Commissioning Manager

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Full Time/Permanent
Hard Services
Facilities Management (main)
Estates, Property
Engineering, Maintenance
Contracts, Projects, Bids
Building Design, Planning, Development
£50,000 to £74,999
£50,870 - £62,643 per annum + Market Sector Allowance - £7,000 (to be reviewed after three years)
All London
Commissioning Manager
04-03-2022 08:40 AM

Team Information

The Design Authority plays a pivotal role in securing Parliaments future by setting architectural and engineering strategies and design standards and monitoring their implementation during projects and programmes delivering the work plan. It promotes the conservation of the historic estate and its sustainability targets working alongside specialists support services, including corporate real estate  physical and digital asset management, work space planning, maintenance and project teams.

The Role

You will lead and deliver an effective and efficient approach to the commissioning services across a full range of functions to meet evolving strategic and business objectives. Working closely with colleagues across Project Delivery in IHSE (InHouse Services & Estates Team),Project Leaders, external consultants to provide Mechanical & Electrical commissioning leadership. Measuring the impact of activities with a view to monitoring and reporting on impact and outcomes.

 Your key responsibilities will include:

  • You will be responsible for managing the integrated commissioning plan and schedule, ensuring equipment is tested commissioned and put to use in a timely and effective manner and handover records are accurate. This role will take the lead in ensuring that logical steps in the commissioning process are followed by relevant parties.
  • Ensuring technical standards relevant to commissioning and handover are kept up to date and in line with industry best practice, along with promoting and supporting the Parliamentary Soft Landing process.
  • Provide leadership regarding NEC contracts and work towards developing an internal NEC Supervisor Framework
  • Line manage the M&E Clerk of Works and a Building Design Apprentice

Skills and Experience

The success candidate will have the following skills/experience:

  • Degree in electrical, mechanical or building services engineering discipline
  • Chartered or Incorporated membership of professional engineering body such as CIBSE,IET or IMechE


  • An accredited NEC3/4 Supervisor

Other Experience/Skills

  • Experience in commissioning management process and how you have applied this on a large and complex estate.
  • Experience of reviewing technical information through the project life cycle, including documentation at handover.
  • Experience of Government Soft Landing process is desirable

Why Join?

In addition to your salary, we offer an attractive range of benefits including:

  • 30 days annual leave (increasing to 35 days after a full leave year)
  • Civil Service Pension Scheme
  • Access to training and development
  • Flexible working
  • Interest free season ticket loan

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