M&E supervisor - Public Sector - £35k

Job Description

Vanrath are delighted to be supporting our leading public sector client in their search for an M&E Supervisor

Job Description

The role entails leading and supervising an M&E maintenance team, managing resources effectively, ensuring compliance with statutory regulations, and delivering high-quality service to internal and external stakeholders. This includes resolving issues promptly, building relationships at all levels, and promoting the organization's profile.


  • Maintain NICEIC Qualifying Supervisor title and ensure regulatory compliance.
  • Supervise M&E staff and contractors, ensuring quality and policy adherence.
  • Plan and organize M&E maintenance tasks, including surveys and compliance.
  • Perform M&E maintenance tasks, attend meetings, and provide technical advice.
  • Prepare costings for M&E projects, ensuring value for money.
  • Source materials and equipment, overseeing their use according to policies.
  • Ensure health and safety during M&E works.
  • Assist colleagues with building maintenance tasks.
  • Handle administrative tasks such as timesheets and purchase orders.
  • Maintain documentation for risk assessments and safety protocols.
  • Ensure proper use of PPE and safety equipment.
  • Lead and motivate the team, collaborating with the wider Estates team.
  • Liaise with other departments and relevant bodies.
  • Manage M&E activities for special events.
  • Produce reports for the Building Maintenance Team Manager.
  • Attend meetings and liaise with various stakeholders for effective service delivery.
  • Communicate with external organizations and stakeholders.

Essential Criteria

  • BS 7671 18th edition qualification 2382, City & Guilds or equivalent, with one of the following
  • NVQ level 3 craft qualification C&G 2357 installing electro-technical systems


  • C&G 2356 level 3 in electrical installation


  • C&G 236 electrical installation parts 1&2 or A&B


  • A minimum of 5 years' post apprentice/time served as an electrician within the Building Maintenance or Construction industry and working strictly to recognised regulations.
  • Two years' experience to include each of the following:-
  • providing technical support and assistance to other maintenance trades namely plumbing;
  • supervising and motivating staff teams; and
  • cost estimating, ordering materials and equipment.

For further information on this vacancy, or any other Public Sector job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Glenn Roberts in the strictest confidence.