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Premises Manager - Two Temple Place

Two Temple Place

Reporting to: Director Works closely with: Head of Exhibitions, Head of Events, General Manager

Salary: £30k 

In this busy and varied role within a small and effective team, you’ll keep the building fit for purpose for a wide range of activities. You’ll proactively oversee general repairs and redecoration (e.g. doors, hardware, fixtures, basic plumbing, replacement of routine consumables), schedule maintenance activities, liaise with and supervise third party sub-contractors. You’ll undertake planned and preventative maintenance, keeping a regular programme of checks and repairs up to date and monitored. You’ll drive forward H&S and statutory compliance, working closely with colleagues to help us prioritise longer term strategic conservation and capital projects. You’ll need to be able to think about how to develop costings, reports and project plans, and know – or learn – how to steer special projects for the longer term conservation and preservation of this remarkable heritage building. This role is responsible for the management of: cleaning; heating, ventilation, cooling; fire alarm & security (building access, CCTV, intruder alarm, keys); electrical; plumbing (water supplies, drainage, sluice gates); Disabled access (external stairclimber); Health & Safety; general maintenance (occasional carpentry, mending, painting, fixings). (A full detailed breakdown of responsibilities will be made available in advance of interview but is essentially contained above.)

Person Specification:

  • Practical knowledge of, or a qualification in, building or facilities’ management, or demonstrable equivalent experience.
  • Knowledge of Health & Safety management and maintenance contract management.
  • Aptitude for creating and maintaining methodical systems and logs, and for putting in place scheduled programmes of work.
  • Experience preparing and implementing risk assessments.
  •  Experience managing budgets, costing and forecasting projects.
  •  An interest in historic building conservation, energy reduction and environmental sustainability.
  • A sympathy for the charitable objectives of Two Temple Place and commitment to diversity and equality of opportunity

A full job description can be found at


Please apply by covering letter of no more than one side of A4 with your CV and our Equal Opportunities form to

Sunday, March 3, 2024 - 10:00
+44 (0)20 7836 3715
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