Acting as the Asset Maintenance Lead, you will provide technical expertise and direction to the maintenance delivery teams to delivery optimal maintenance strategies. You will lead in optimising asset performance based on data and emerging trends whilst driving energy efficiency and reducing our carbon footprint. You will contribute to developing asset standards, innovation and best practice.
MAG is the country’s largest airport group. Our assets include Manchester, Stansted and East Midlands Airports. To ensure that our airports and our 6m Square foot property portfolio, road network, car parks and utility infrastructures are maintained and developed, our Asset Management team works around the clock to drive asset strategy, capital expenditure planning, engineering services, airport asset development, master planning and capacity planning.
You will review/implement optimal maintenance strategies/plans based on industry best practice overlaid with the relevant requirements for optimisation utilising condition-based monitoring (CBM) and reliability centred maintenance (RCM), based on a cost vs. benefit analysis following a review of the asset base data trends. You will develop whole life maintenance cost strategies that identify future operating expenditure (opex) and capital expenditure (capex) needs that satisfy service levels and risk. You will review performance and emerging trends from the fault data and develop improvement plans with the relevant stakeholders to return asset performance to an agreed baseline before implementing continuous improvements to further drive performance. You will decide on required interventions such as refurbishments through to lifecycle replacements and disposals. You will develop the opex and capex needs statements through to business case submission that satisfy demand balancing against operational risk. You will need to be up to date on obsolescence plus new and emerging technologies to ensure that the best solutions are delivered. The successful candidate will drive the improvement of asset data required by Stansted’s asset system Maximo, report on asset health indices at the airport and contribute to peer asset health reporting at other airports.
A professional qualification in Civils/Mechanical/Electrical/Systems/ Building Services or equivalent experience within an Engineering or asset management environment is advantageous for this role. The successful candidate will have an understanding and experience of Asset Management philosophy, tools and practices, alongside good communication skills to be able to present a case briefly and logically. The ability to manage budgets and influence stakeholders to towards a common goal will be required for this role.
What we offer
The role offers a competitive salary (based on experience), plus up to a 15% bonus and generous company benefits. London Stansted is a large employer in the East of England and we can offer unparalleled career and development opportunities.
MAG is the country’s largest airport group. We own Manchester, Stansted and East Midlands Airports. However, our airports are so much more than the place where your holiday starts! They are 24/7 self-contained towns, with the wider property portfolio spanning 6m square feet of office space, high street shops, cafes, restaurants, event locations and corporate hospitality (to name just some of our services) these are all accessed by great transport links and monitored by 24hr security.
MAG are a values led organisation and we are committed to providing equal opportunities in all areas of work and business. We want people to achieve their best, which will in turn positively impact on our customers and the communities in which we live and work. At MAG we empower people to be themselves within an inclusive and supportive environment, enabling everyone to achieve their full potential in line with their abilities and career aspirations.
As an inclusive employer, MAG wants to see every candidate performing at their best throughout the job application process, interview process and whilst at work. We therefore encourage you to inform us of any reasonable adjustments you might need to enable this to happen.