12 months ago
Job Id : 5034
Department : Facilities Services
Benefits : Competitive
Job type : Full time
Location : Central Scotland
Type : Permanent
Responsible for undertaking reactive and maintenance works, primarily electrical to commercial and retail sites in the CentralBelt/M8 corridor and surrounding area. Ensuring building engineering services are maintained at all times.
PPM and extra work requirements in adherence to set engineering standards in accordance with HASAWA requirements including;
* Check and inspection of all plant and equipment
* Carry out maintenance tasks in accordance with contract specification
* Fault finding/plant adjustments
* Interface with specialist sub-contractors
* Implement QA and H&S procedures
* Respond to reactive works
Fault finding and plant adjustments.
Check and inspection of electrical/mechanical services, plant and systems.
Execution of maintenance tasks in accordance with contract specification.
Respond to re-active works.
General duties will require multi skilled discipline to carry our work such as fault finding to electrical wiring systems, motors, generators, lighting systems, chillers,air conditioning systems, AHU’s along with inspections and repair of all M&E systems such as extract and supply air ductwork systems, plumbing and heating systems
40 hours per week from Monday to Friday.
Due to the retail nature of the clients, much of the work is prior to store opening and closing, occassional night work is required to support the existing team. Therefore flexibility and night working will be required
Previous experience working as a maintenance engineer within the commercial/retail sectors, undertaking routine HVAC repairs & maintenance, conversant with small works installations and the testing / completing of documentation
Good understanding of Health & safety within the workplace.
City & Guilds Part 1 & 2 /AM1 /AM2 (or equivalent qualifications)
FGas – airconditioning experience
17th Edition IEE Regs
C & G 2391 (preferred –not essential)
Ideally all candidates should have undertaked an electrical apprenticeship