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ABOUT US

We’re Greenway, a relatively new name in the facilities management scene, yet already we’ve seen significant growth and are one of the leading facilities management providers in the South West.

We provide facilities services to leading organisations across the public, private and third sector, including large retail, leisure, government and healthcare organisations. Our services include providing building services, maintenance, fabric, construction, consulting and compliance.

With our head office in Bristol, we have 40+ employees, based in various locations across the UK, primarily the South West and the M4 corridor. We have a variety of job opportunities ranging from office-based roles, skilled labour to management positions.

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WORK WITH US

Your personal journey – We invest in our people. By working with Greenway, you’ll gain the opportunity to progress your career with a range of training and development programmes.

BENEFITS

  • Annual leave – 23 days, bank holidays and Christmas/New Year on a rota
  • Competitive salary 
  • Qualifications and certifications 
  • Life assurance – 2-4 times salary
  • Company pension – with annual pension review
  • Sick pay scheme
  • Employee assistance programme – confidential support to help you deal with everything that is thrown at you 
  • Flexible working practices – including job shares, part-time, compressed hours and remote working
  • Travel costs paid – for roles in the field
  • Company vehicles – for roles in the field
  • Fuel cards – for roles in the field
  • Uniform – for roles in the field 
  • Laptops – for certain roles
  • Mobile phones

TEAM FOCUS

Our teams are made up of highly competent and skilled professionals in their field of expertise. Some teams having over 40 years of industry experience. 

We try and bring our teams together as often as possible. We have regular team meet ups, work events and socials.  Click here to meet the team.

ACCREDITATIONS & PARTNERSHIPS

WHAT DO OUR COLLEAGUES DO ON THE DAY TO DAY?

Greenways apprentice Sam Palmer, stands infront of a car.
Apprentice
Sam

Meet Sam, one of our brilliant Electrical Apprentices who has been with us for the past year. Sam is currently studying towards a Level 3 apprenticeship. Find out more about his role and experience as part of the Greenway team. 

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Greenway Account Manager Danny Snelling.
Account Manager
Danny

Danny loves working in a faced-paced environment, where no two days are the same. He’s been bringing new ideas to the business since June 2020. Learn more about life as an account manager at Greenway.  

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EQUALITY & DIVERSITY

We encourage applications from all backgrounds, communities and industries. We’re committed to having a team that has diverse skills, experiences and abilities. We’re committed to equality, inclusion and diversity within our workforce and all opportunities provided by Greenway Facilities Services. 

COLLEAGUE TESTIMONIALS

Greenway’s culture separates us from other organisations. Joining Greenway is the best career move I’ve ever made.

Geraint
Lead Engineer

Senior management values and respects us as individuals. I highly recommend Greenway as a five-star employer.

Gary
Gas Supervisor

I haven’t looked back since joining Greenway. The job is very rewarding and it’s great to be part of a growing company.

Richard
Electrician

Jobs

We’re always on the lookout for exceptional professionals to join our friendly team and help us continue to deliver the consistently high levels of service we expect to provide to all our clients.

ROOFER

South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

The Role


The Roofer will be covering the Southwest and Wales regions.

The role comes with the opportunity to progress into a supervisor role, for the right person.

In this varied role, you will undertake all roofing work, including installation, repair and maintenance.

This is a hands-on and physical role and would suit an individual who can work using their own initiative, have a proactive approach to undertake all tasks required, a conscientious and reliable team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

It is essential for the post holder to have the ability to plan and supervise their own workload and liaise with the landlord’s representatives and their clients when required.

Skills/Experience/Qualifications


  • A Building or Construction allied trade qualification
  • Previous trades experience of working with a variety of roofs: flat roofs, GRP, pitch, slate etc.
  • Troubleshooting and repairing roofing problems
  • Good timekeeping
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
  • To be able to use own initiative to get the job done and work well as part of a small team
  • IPAF, PASMA, and Confined Space trained an advantage
  • Up-to-date relevant industry-related knowledge
  • Up-to-date relevant knowledge of Health and Safety legislation

Salary and Hours


The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access. Flexibility is essential, some weekend work and being on-call (1 in 7 weekends) is a requirement of the role.

Primarily this is a full-time role, Mon – Fri. 40 hours a week (on average around 50 hours a week including travel). Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates. The role benefits from being paid ‘door to door’, overtime and standby rates available.

Apply Here

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    CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATOR/COORDINATOR

    South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

    The Role


    The Contracts Administrator/Coordinator will be office-based in our North Bristol office.

     

    In this varied role, you will manage our response to reactive and planned contract work for our customer base. Duties include:

    • Assisting customer queries via telephone/email
    • Managing company email inboxes
    • Logging calls against the database and keeping spreadsheets up to date
    • Generate quotations, orders and invoices for customers
    • Scheduling work for engineers
    • Update customers on the progress of work and send out any necessary paperwork during or following completion of work (certification)
    • Verifying engineer’s timesheets
    • Placing orders with suppliers, raising purchase orders and matching these to work orders
    • Processing goods/materials inwards and marking off deliveries on the system
    • Supporting the finance team with purchase ledger data
    • Logging and reviewing annual leave requests
    • Ensuring risk assessments are requested from our Health & Safety consultants.
    • Training staff on our internal database system CAFM including training on our client’s systems (training will be provided)
    • Produce weekly, monthly, or ad-hoc reports
    • Supporting the team with social media post, development

    Applicants will ideally have experience working as helpdesk support or contracts coordinator within facilities management. They will have strong computer and communication skills with excellent attention to detail. They will be able to manage multiple tasks, able to prioritise work and be able to work under pressure and to deadlines.

     

    Salary and Hours


    The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access but will average 40 hours per week (between 8am and 5pm). Flexibility is essential.  Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates.

    Apply Here

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      GAS ENGINEER

      South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

      The Role


      The Commercial Gas Engineer will be covering the Southwest and Wales region.

       

      In this varied role, you will undertake reactive and planned commercial gas and plumbing works. The ideal candidate will ideally have experience in oil boilers and catering. You will be carrying PPM and reactive activities to a variety of commercial premises.

      Applicants should have domestic and commercial experience, and any plumbing skills with relevant commercial experience would be an advantage.

      This is a hands-on and physical role and would suit an individual who can work using their own initiative, have a proactive approach to undertake all tasks required, a conscientious and reliable team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

      It is essential for the post holder to have the ability to plan and supervise their own workload, liaise with the landlord’s representatives and their clients when required.

      • A minimum of: COCN1, ICPN1, CIGA1, CDGA1, TPCP1, TCP1A, CCN1, ENWAT and applicable domestic qualifications
      • Excellent gas knowledge of current gas regulations
      • Knowledge of a variety of Commercial/Domestic appliances and installations
      • Possess comprehensive technical skills along with extensive experience in commercial fault finding and rectification with a minimum of 3 years’ experience
      • Comprehensive knowledge, both domestic and commercial of most major manufactures
      • Good timekeeping
      • To be able to use own initiative to get the job done and work well as part of a small team
      • Up to date relevant industry-related knowledge
      • Up to date relevant knowledge of Health and Safety legislation
      • IPAF, PASMA, Confined Space trained an advantage

      Salary and Hours


      The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access. Flexibility is essential, some weekend work and being on-call (1 in 7 weekends) is a requirement of the role.

      Primarily this is a full-time role, Mon – Fri. 40 hours a week (on average around 50 hours a week including travel). Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates. The role benefits from being paid ‘door to door’, overtime and standby rates available.

      Apply Here

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        ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

        South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

        The Role


        The Electrical Engineer will be covering the Southwest and Wales region.

         

        The role comes with the opportunity to progress into a supervisor role, for the right person.

         

        In this varied role, you will undertake a variety of the following commercial electrical works: EICR’s, visual inspections, emergency lighting installations and tests, fire alarm test and inspections, remedial works following these inspections, electrical installation, portable appliance testing etc.

         

        Applicants should have Domestic and Commercial experience and it would be advantageous to have experience in the testing of fire alarm and emergency lighting systems.

         

        This is a hands-on and physical role and would suit an individual who can work using their own initiative, have a proactive approach to undertake all tasks required, a conscientious and reliable team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

         

        It is essential for the post holder to have the ability to plan and supervise their own workload and liaise with the landlord’s representatives and their clients when required.

        Skills/Experience/Qualifications


        • City and Guilds BS 7671 18th Edition
        • Candidates must have completed a recognised apprenticeship – NVQ / City & Guilds and have a minimum of 3 years’ experience working within the electrical sector
        • City and Guilds 2394/2395 or 2391 Inspection and Testing (Advantageous)
        • Have an understanding and experience of BS 5839-1 2013 Part 1 (Non-Domestic – Fire Alarm Installations) (Advantageous)
        • Have an understanding of BS 5266 (Emergency Lighting Tests and Installations) (Advantageous)
        • Be conversant with the current IEE Wiring Regulations model reporting forms (experience with electronic certification software would be preferable)
        • The post holder will also have a full driving licence and will produce it when requested

        Salary and Hours


        The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access. Flexibility is essential, some weekend work and being on-call (1 in 7 weekends) is a requirement of the role.

        Primarily this is a full-time role, Mon – Fri. 40 hours a week (on average around 50 hours a week including travel). Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates. The role benefits from being paid ‘door to door’, overtime and standby rates available.

        Apply Here

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          MULTI-SKILLED ENGINEER

          South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

          The Role


          The Multi-Skilled Engineer will be covering the Southwest and Wales region.

          The role comes with the opportunity to progress into a supervisor role, for the right person.

          In this varied role, you will undertake carpentry, decoration, wet trade tasks and civil works, external or internal.

          Applicants should be an experienced multi-skilled Engineer with a carpentry or roofing bias.

          This is a hands-on and physical role and would suit an individual who can work using their own initiative, have a proactive approach to undertake all tasks required, a conscientious and reliable team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

          It is essential for the post holder to have the ability to plan and supervise their own workload and liaise with the landlord’s representatives and their clients when required.

          Skills/Experience/Qualifications


          • A Building or Construction allied trade qualification
          • Previous trades experience including repairs and maintenance within commercial premises
          • Good timekeeping
          • To be able to use own initiative to get the job done and work well as part of a small team
          • IPAF, PASMA, and Confined Space trained an advantage
          • Up-to-date relevant industry-related knowledge
          • Up-to-date relevant knowledge of Health and Safety legislation
          • The post holder will also have a full driving licence and will produce it when requested

          Salary and Hours


          The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access. Flexibility is essential, some weekend work and being on-call (1 in 7 weekends) is a requirement of the role.

          Primarily this is a full-time role, Mon – Fri. 40 hours a week (on average around 50 hours a week including travel). Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates. The role benefits from being paid ‘door to door’, overtime and standby rates available.

          Apply Here

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            CARPENTER

            South West & Wales | Competitive Salary | Permanent Full-Time | Company Van | Immediate Start

            The Role


            The Carpenter will be covering the Southwest and Wales regions.

            The role comes with the opportunity to progress into a supervisor role, for the right person.

            In this varied role, you will undertake all joinery and carpentry work, including roofing, and all aspects of 1st and 2nd fix, repair and maintenance.

            This is a hands-on and physical role and would suit an individual who can work using their own initiative, have a proactive approach to undertake all tasks required, a conscientious and reliable team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

            It is essential for the post holder to have the ability to plan and supervise their own workload and liaise with the landlord’s representatives and their clients when required.

            Skills/Experience/Qualifications


            • Skilled at taking measurements and preparing the site/area
            • Able to install fitted shelving, cabinets, drywall, fixtures and fittings such as doors, frames, handles, locks and hinges
            • Competent at liaising with clients, suppliers and other tradesmen
            • Experienced at assessing and reviewing additional carpentry or joinery refurbishments
            • Competent with working at height and constructing roofing projects
            • A Building or Construction allied trade qualification
            • Previous trades experience of working with a variety of woodwork from joinery through to internal storage systems
            • Experience working with a variety of wood and materials
            • Good timekeeping
            • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
            • To be able to use own initiative to get the job done and work well as part of a small team
            • IPAF, PASMA, and Confined Space trained an advantage
            • Up-to-date relevant industry-related knowledge
            • Up-to-date relevant knowledge of Health and Safety legislation

            Salary and Hours


            The hours of work can vary according to the demands of the customer & access. Flexibility is essential, some weekend work and being on-call (1 in 7 weekends) is a requirement of the role.

            Primarily this is a full-time role, Mon – Fri. 40 hours a week (on average around 50 hours a week including travel). Salary is dependent on experience and exceeds current market rates. The role benefits from being paid ‘door to door’, overtime and standby rates available.

            Apply Here

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