Overview

Salary: £29619.20 – £38001.60

Shift hours: Full Time

The post-holder will be responsible for (but not limited to) carrying out electrical condition report testing (EICR) using NICEIC paperwork on 170 plus buildings on a rolling programme, the daily successful completion planned, and reactive maintenance tasks. The post-holder will ensure all company policy is delivered including contractor controls and H/S requirements.

Context/Main Issues:

  • Carry out electrical condition report testing (EICR) using NICEIC paperwork on 170 plus buildings on a rolling programme
  • Ensure the completion of planned, reactive and minor new work tasks
  • Mitigating any risk that arises from the non-completion of statutory tasks
  • The accuracy and legibility of completed work records
  • Managing the coordination of building access with the customer
  • Ensure self-delivery is optimized at all times.
  • Management of health and Safety policies for Internal and external resources

Main Assignments:

  • Monitor, evaluate and inspect planned and reactive maintenance tasks for quality and risk purposes.
  • Ensure Planned and reactive tasks are completed in a timely and compliant completion
  • Assist with procuring materials via SAP as appropriate in accordance with assigned DOA.
  • Work in partnership with the Helpdesk Administration team to ensure seamless service delivery
  • Monitor all tradesmen on-site to ensure compliance with all H&S requirements
  • Ensure all tradesmen are working safely, effectively and in a timely fashion whilst carrying out their duties
  • Provide supporting evidence in support of any Barrack Damage claims.
  • Experience of operating within a diverse defence engineering and FM environment
  • Experience in supporting a diverse technical multi-skilled workforce
  • Must work well within a team and support other engineers whilst able to make decisions based upon own knowledge and initiative
  • Undertake and deliver planned and reactive tasks as required to support operations. 
  • Experience of operating within a diverse defence engineering and FM environment
  • Must work well within a team and support other engineers whilst able to make decisions based upon own knowledge and initiative
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience of property related industry and a proven track record in Estate and Property Maintenance Management or similar type contract.
  • Possess detailed working knowledge of current H&S Legislation
  • Relevant Engineering qualification

Key Performance Indicators (KPIs):

  • All worksheets are completed and signed-off in a timely and compliant manner
  • Ensure all tasks are completed to the required standard.
  • Ensure all necessary PPE, ladders, tools and vehicle checks are carried out and recorded
  • All stock items are procured in sufficient volumes, used and well managed and accounted for at all times.
  • Comply with all quality standards and policies.

Reference: SDX/TP/247644/73197

Location: Colchester, England