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Unit Facility Management Specialist IKEA Tempe NSW 2044

IKEA

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Skills

  • Technical support
  • Microsoft Office
  • Microsoft Excel
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Job type

  • Full-time

Location

Tempe NSW 2044

Benefits

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  • Annual leave
  • Employee assistance program
  • Parental leave
  • Uniform provided

Full job description

Job ID: 240234

Date posted: 04/06/2024

Our team within IKEA

At IKEA, our vision is to create a better everyday life for the many people. We believe that everything we do comes with the responsibility to create a positive impact on people, society and the planet. We are passionate about home furnishing, creating a positive life at home and sharing our tasty responsibly sourced food with the many people across the world.

We are guided by our cultures & values, creating a great place to work.
We stand for equality, diversity and inclusion.
We care about people & planet and promote health & wellbeing.
We nurture your development and provide career opportunities to unlock your potential.

What you need to know

Working at IKEA has its benefits and rewards:

  • 5 weeks’ Paid Annual Leave, Paid Parental Leave, Family & Community Leave and much more
  • 24/7 access to our Employee Assistance Program for health and wellbeing support
  • 15% Co-worker discount
  • Low-cost nutritious meals including complimentary drinks in our Co-worker restaurant
  • Co-worker uniform provided
  • Free Co-worker parking
  • Digital Entertainment membership (thousands of discounts for dining, fun activities, shopping and travel across Australia & New Zealand)
  • Bonus programme (where eligible)
  • Co-worker Loyalty programme (extra contribution to your superannuation fund where eligible)

Additional information:

  • This role is Permanent, Full-time, 76hrs/fortnight.
  • Domestic relocation support provided.
  • Applications close Tuesday 18 June 2024.

About this work area

As Unit Facility Management Specialist your responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Manage the Facilities Management (FM) services through our Integrated FM (IFM) supplier including safety and compliance to ensure a safe and operational environment for the business and our customers.
  • Follow up quality of services delivered by both IFM and direct suppliers through close working relationships and daily monitoring.
  • Support internal FM related audits and annual reviews.
  • Support FM budgeting activities and the annual business plan in the unit. Attend weekly meetings to discuss operation issues and contribute to solutions.
  • Produce monthly financial accruals, raise purchase orders and review supplier invoices to ensure accuracy of the services provided.
  • Assist in controlling costs working in a cost-conscious way. Follow-up on permits, licences, OC certificates and reporting measures to stay compliant with local and national legislation, internal rules and requirements regarding the FM scope within Ingka.
  • Provide subject matter expertise and technical support in daily operations and projects related to the FM delivery model.
  • Participate in projects within FM related services as required.
  • Proactively contribute to the IKEA sustainability agenda through all FM related activities.

As Unit Facility Management Specialist, you are:

  • Experienced in all aspects of FM and passionate to deliver reliable, efficient and seamless services to the store.
  • Experienced with strong contract management skills and a solution-focused mindset to resolve FM related issues.
  • Able build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders to achieve a common goal.
  • Collaborative by nature, always seeking out best practices and sharing it with others.
  • Driven to identify opportunities and make recommendations to drive continuous improvement.
  • Capable to work autonomously, take initiative and possess excellent communication skills to deliver set tasks with a sense of urgency.
  • Equipped with good understanding of Microsoft office programs (including excel), FM related software and can organise, prioritise and manage administrative tasks efficiently.

We need people like you!

At IKEA, work is so much more than a job. Come join us!

To apply for this job please visit jobs.ikea.com.