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I am an enthusiastic, conscientious and hardworking Facilities/Building Management professional with
Hard and Soft FM services and M & E, FM experience seeking a new FM challenge
I am a former Deputy Building Manger at the Supreme Court in London and have also worked in
Downing Street for a number of years showing demonstrable skills in managing buildings, people
and difficult situations
I am security cleared to a high level and confident with VIPs and high-profile individuals
In addition I am a confident problem solver, highly-motivated with a proven track record of providing
exemplary levels of service to a broad range of customers
I am an excellent team player who is also able to work independently
I am looking to return to Building Facilities Management where my breadth and depth of will add value
to any potential employer.
Training and Qualifications
IOSH Certificate ( Working Safely)
D.S.E. Assessor Trained
Fire Incident and Control Officer (FICO)
BSC Office Safety
Microsoft Office packages
Business Services Assistant
Towers Watson Ltd, Surrey
November 2011 – Present
Streamlining of scanning of invoices leading to improving the efficiency of incoming and outgoing
Speeding up the scanning of Accounts documents. With the result that the outcome giving the
accounts departments improved reliability and communication for payments, both in and out.
Improved scanning of staff expenses. The outcome has been the efficiency of quicker payments of
requested staff expenses.
Daily opening of post/recording incoming Special Delivery and Signed for items.
Keeping of various scan room records and administration of incoming Payroll mail, verification of
identity certification and coordination with various pension departmental teams.
Responsible for accounting (invoices and remittance advices) administration of company expenses
and KPI records.
Civil Service Employment (1997 to 2011)
E.O. Deputy Building Manager/H.R. Support Officer
Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Parliament Square, Central London
April 2009 – April 2011
Involved in organization of the official Royal opening of the Supreme Court, resulting in a smooth
opening ceremony with no issues
Redesigning of departmental space layout to improve the registry facility offices
Organizing of the general clean-up of the Court building after London riots to ensure that the Court
was able to proceed with the day’s business, thus preventing a significant loss of revenue through lost
Providing support and cover for the Building Manager/Accommodation Director, taking responsibility in
his absence, when on leave including general daily management of the court buildings
Managed weekly Senior Management/General Facilities/Security arrangement meetings
Coordination of House Security regarding Access permits, Work permits and Method statements
Deputy Health and Safety Manager responsible for daily building maintenance checks, safety checks
and for upkeep of building standards for office space and visitor areas. DSE Assessor for all staff. H&S
Committee minute distribution
Responsible for fault reporting on internal helpdesk and coordination with onsite Facilities Engineers.
Coordination with Ministry of Justice helpdesk for general maintenance personnel including porters
Responsible, for the recruitment and training of First Aiders
(FICO) Trained Fire Control Incident Officer responsible for recruiting and training of fire wardens
Coordinating internal office moves
Point of contact for general office stationery/printing and procurement of furniture and other items as
Completion of Purchase Orders for all requirements for the Court
Point of contact cafeteria and exhibition area/displays and visitor information/guided tours
HR Support - providing general clerical support to HR Director
Coordination with postal and messenger arrangements - couriers and taxis
Responsible for collection of confidential waste and other ad-hoc waste collections.
A.O. Accommodation Supervisor Judicial Clerk
Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, Downing Street, Central London
June 2000 – March 2009
Organising the transportation of legal documents for the inaugural overseas sitting of the Judicial
Committee in Bermuda and arranging for travel arrangements of the Court officials so that the Court
could sit efficiently and without problems
Responsible for redecoration and renewing office furniture to improve the look of the Registry offices
Organisation of TV recording of JCPC cases in Downing Street, as a result of which this is now used in
all cases where possible. This project involved researching various specialized companies then
coordinating with TV engineers and civil services estates to implement this into our historic building.
This also involved switching to normal News TV when court was not in session.
Involved in the organisation of the moving of JCPC from Downing Street to UKSC Parliament Square
to ensure a successful transition to the JCPC’s new Office. By negotiating with Harrow Green and the
National Archives. Required for moving essential office requirements and historical records.
Supporting the Registrar and Chief Clerk
Setting up of court TV systems and recording of Judgments where required
Arranging for delivery of the Queens Council and Privy Council Orders/coordination with solicitors for
draft order approval
Overseeing of daily management of the court building, including maintenance issues and cleaning
Coordinating internal office moves including liaising with office moving companies.
Managing exhibition display, furniture and stationery
Responsible for recruiting and training of fire wardens and first aiders
Coordinator, for porter and handyman requirements
Managing the courier with regard to postal arrangements, including [Judges] Government Car
Archivist for Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Orders and Judgments, case papers
Issuing of Judgments where required and arranging for all international couriers for Commonwealth
Coordinating the loading of all Committee Judgments onto the BALLIE internet site
General administration such as photocopying and ordering goods and services as required.
A. A. Clerk,
Cabinet Office, Whitehall, Central London.
November 1997 – May 2000
Arts & Crafts - Creative painting,
Professional references are available upon request.