Maintenance Officer

Maintenance Officer

We are recruiting for an experienced and enthusiastic maintenance officer to join a busy property and facilities team who oversee the management and maintenance of Coin Street’s estate. This is an exciting opportunity to play an important role on a high-profile estate on London’s South Bank.
Working alongside one other maintenance officer you will provide a responsive and effective maintenance service, ensuring that health & safety requirements are identified and addressed and that day to day repairs are delivered efficiently and to a high standard. You will be delivering both planned schedules of repairs and unplanned maintenance work so we need someone who’s proactive with a ‘can do’ attitude, who is a problem solver and who has a commitment to quality.  You will like getting out and about, visiting different parts of the estate to respond to and assess maintenance requests as promptly and efficiently as possible providing excellent customer service to our residents, commercial tenants, visitors and colleagues.

The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Knowledge and proven practical experience of delivering front line fabric/building maintenance services
  • Knowledge and experience of small-scale project and refurbishments and health and safety relating to this type of field
  • A recognised Maintenance Qualification Level 2 or above. NVQ or Certificate in Maintenance or equivalent would be desirable.

What we do

We provide the opportunities and spaces for people to lead their own change.
Our activities are wide and far reaching. From giving families and children the best start in life through our childcare and family support, to creating and maintaining high quality live, work and play spaces on land which we own.
We promote enterprise, creativity and lifelong learning whether that’s through providing employment, volunteering opportunities, nurturing enterprise or delivering programmes and activities.  We provide housing that supports our community; we champion co-operative housing and influence local and national housing policy.
From sports and dance to healthy eating and gardening, we offer a range of facilities and activities accessible to everyone to support health and wellbeing in our community.

In return, we can offer you:

  • 27 days’ annual leave (excluding bank holidays) pro rata for part time staff
  • 8% contributory pension scheme (5% employer contribution, 3% employee contribution)
  • Health and wellbeing support, including online mental health therapy sessions
  • Free gym membership at Colombo, annual flu jabs
  • Commitment to training and development

40 hours per week (Monday to Friday) – flexibility required

£31,000 per annum 

To Apply 

Click on this link to be redirected to our Recruitment Portal. 

If you have trouble accessing the portal, please email

Closing Date
Please send your application by midnight on 15th September 2023.

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