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Exciting new award for Facilities Managers – Entries Invited

27 October 2015

One of the historic London Livery Companies, with a strong connection to the Facilities Management world are inviting nominations for an award for a young manager in FM

The Worshipful Company of Pattenmakers are offering a very special award to a young person who shows potential as a future star in FM and who is deemed worthy of support.

The Pattenmakers’ Award 2016  includes a personally tailored 12 month training programme developed and supported by a learning and development professional through the year. The winner will also be invited to receive the Freedom of the City of London, Freeman membership of the Company and to attend a white tie banquet at the Mansion House  attended by The Lord Mayor.
Candidates must be between 21 and 32 and working in a management role in FM. The Award will be judged by an Interview Panel, comprised of senior members from the facilities management Industry and is supported by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) The judges will be looking for someone who:
·        Is enthusiastic about a career in FM, or has aspirations to have a career in FM

·        Can demonstrate their commitment to their own personal development

·        Has potential for future promotion to a senior role

·        Has a high standard of professional ethics

·        Can demonstrate initiative

·        Displays leadership behaviours inside and outside of the workplace
Interviews will be held in London on Friday, 13 November 2015.  There is also a Young Pattenmakers’ Dinner the same evening, to which all applicants will be invited, although attendance is optional.
If you think have a potential  star in your team please email  Martin Pickard on who will arrange for you to be sent additional information and a nomination form which must be completed and returned by 30 October.

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