The post holder must have a multi skilled approach to a wide range of work of other trades outside your core trade skills and be able to undertake work in a safe and effective manner, complying with all relevant safety legislation and procedures and complying with Health and Safety Procedures on all works undertaken.
The multi skilled approach will require crossover beyond that of Electrical/Mechanical into the areas of general building repairs.
The ability to organise and prioritise own workload, where required, and to work with minimal supervision and also have the ability to work successfully as part of a team.
At all times carry company communication devices (Mobile phone) to facilitate immediate response to emergencies during core hours and when on call.
Communicate with colleagues, Clients and their representatives in a polite and courteous manner at all times to ensure a high level of customer care. Keep service delivery managers up to date, at all times, with engineering and building issues that may affect their service delivery.
Review the stores and identify critical and regularly used items, which should be held as 'standard stock items' in the future.
To take direction and receipt of planned or reactive workloads from the Hard Services Managers or Helpdesk for completion.
To undertake the day to day operation, planned maintenance, fault finding and repair, periodic inspections and testing of the complete spectrum of services found in a building services environment to include -
- LV Sub Station Distribution and associated Electrical Systems
- HVAC systems
- Water Systems and Distribution
- Sanitary fittings
- Building Management Systems (BMS)
- Boiler Controls and associated equipment\services
- Fire Alarm Systems
- Building Fabric and Structure
The above is not intended as an exhaustive list, but as an illustration to the diversity of plant and equipment to be maintained. The post holder will only work on equipment which they are deemed competent on.
To interpret technical schematics and drawings and utilise this information to perform planned preventative maintenance, rectification of faults and installation of new equipment.