Multi-Skilled Electrical Engineer
|Job Field:||Mechanical & Electrical|
|Min Experience:||3 year(s)|
|Annual Salary:||£25,000 - £27,000 (Negotiable)|
|UK Residency Required:||Yes|
Our client is one of the world’s foremost support services and construction companies, operating in the public and private sectors in the UK and internationally. They offer advice, design, construction, equipment and facilities management services for society's infrastructure. Continued expansion has created a need for an experienced multi-skilled Electrical Engineer to work on a high profile government contract.
• Ensure that all day-to-day planned preventative maintenance activities of M&E maintenance is completed in line with our contractual obligations.
• Ensure all assets are maintained in accordance with the O&M manuals, best practice and relevant guidelines/legislation.
• Assist in supervising subcontractors and monitor SSOW, policies and procedures.
• Respond to all reactive calls in line with our contractual time scales, complete job sheets,
reports and documentation as required.
• Work safely at all times in accordance with SSOW, policies and procedures.
• Able to work independently and as part of a team.
• Professional approach and image must be adhered to at all times.
• Keep all plant/rooms / services enclosures clean, tidy safe and secure
• Undertake any ad-hoc duties that may be necessary during the course of your working shift
Knowledge & Skills
• IEE 17th Edition
• C&G 2391
• Previous experience of electrical and or multi-disciplined maintenance essential.
• Must have sound interpersonal skills, and pay attention to detail.
• Must have experience and competence in relevant Health & Safety legislation.
The successful candidate will need to complete a Counter Terrorism check upon appointment.
• Capable of acting under own initiative.
• Commitment to high quality service provision.
• Excellent customer awareness and team working skills.
• Desire to attain competency in other aspects of building services.
• Commitment to personal development