In House Maintenance engineers – Shift and Days role available £40 – 45k
- To identify and diagnose faults and to carry out repairs, adjustments and other maintenance works as appropriate.
- To carry out the required routine servicing, repair or adjustment of plant or machinery in accordance with the planned maintenance schedule as tasked by the Building Control Co-ordinator.
- To adopt a flexible approach in respect of other skills or trades to ensure the most cost effective completion of all tasks.
- To undertake other skilled tasks in which competence has been demonstrated.
- To monitor plant as tasked and to record data using the supplied documentation.
- To achieve the highest possible standard of plant and equipment efficiency by ensuring that each task is carried out in accordance with the set requirements and instructions.
- To assist in ensuring that all working areas are kept clean and tidy and all refuse and waste materials are removed as appropriate.
- To be thoroughly familiar and comply with the Company’s “Health & Safety” policy and procedures and to immediately report any hazards or infringements to either the Building Services Manager or Engineering Supervisor.
- To action and complete time/task sheets on a daily basis in accordance with agreed procedures.
- To undertake other reasonable duties as requested by the Building Services Manager or Engineering Supervisor.
- To have an enthusiastic and positive attitude.
- The post holder is required to be tidy and presentable at all times.
- Be able to work as a team member and to communicate effectively at all levels.
- To be customer focused and diplomatic in their approach.
- Able to make decisions to the benefit of the business.
- Although full training will be given and all safety equipment supplied it may be essential, for some posts, that applicants are able to work at heights outdoors.
- The incumbent must have an appreciation of the importance of customer service and how this is applied in the context of the company’s ethos.
- Full time apprenticeship in an electrical or Building Services HVAC discipline complete with City & Guilds 236 part 1 & 2 certification. Mechanical apprenticeship would be acceptable with relevant electrical experience.
- Previous experience working in a modern building services maintenance environment, and able to demonstrate basic understanding of HVAC and building services.
- It would be highly desirable for the candidate to have completed the requirements for Electrical Installation (BS7671) IEE Wiring Regulations 18th edition through an approved course.
Offering a comprehensive and flexible range of benefits including generous pension and insurance plans, health insurance, subsidised gym membership, store discounts and family leave. Moreover, our approach system allows you to choose the benefits that suit you.
The benefits include:
- Private healthcare and dental packages
- Generous and flexible pension scheme
- Maternity leave including up to six months full pay
- Shared parental leave including same pay benefits for men and women
- Emergency childcare facilities
- Cycle to work scheme
- Life assurance
- Subsidised gym membership
- Flexible holiday flex scheme