Maintenance Op - (Retail)
Type of Job
9 October 2021, 16:00:00
About the job
To undertake prescribed maintenance tasks as directed by the Engineering Supervisor.
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 and machinery in accordance with the planned maintenance schedule as tasked by the Building Control Co-ordinator.
To work with other operators as required to ensure the most cost effective completion of all tasks.
To understand and to be able to operate all building control systems in order to monitor the plant, collect data and diagnose faults, where appropriate.
To assist in the commissioning / decommissioning of plant and equipment under the direction of the Building Services Manager.
To assist in the supervision of sub-contractors as appropriate.
To monitor plant as tasked and to accurately 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 be aware and comply with the Company Quality Management System.
To undertake other reasonable duties as requested by the Building Services Manager or Engineering Supervisor.
In order to qualify for Night Shift Maintenance Operator (shift worker) status the incumbent must be working unsupervised on a regular night shift, continental shift or equivalent and will do so on an ongoing basis.
Time served in a recognised electrical, electronic, or mechanical apprenticeship together with relevant City & Guilds qualifications is essential.
Previous experience in a multi-disciplined operations/maintenance team in a new technology building. Particular emphasis on working with minimum supervision.
Previous experience on HVAC systems and chillers.
Applicants will have successfully completed the following courses:
(If the applicant is external, the courses must be successfully completed within the first six months of employment).
Strategies for Personal Success (previously known as Key Manager Programme)
IOSH Managing Safely
C&G Water Treatment
Relevant Emergency Procedures
Insurance Impairment Procedures
6. The incumbent must have an appreciation of the importance of customer service and how this is applied in the context of Canary Wharf.
7. The successful applicant will be self starting and motivated to work under his/her own initiative.
8. Ability to lead a small team as the responsible shift engineer and to provide instruction and advice in the absence of line supervisor.
9. Institute of Electrical Electricians 17thEdition (if applicable).
BPIC working on behalf of our client. Our mission is to increase the participation of black and ethnic individuals in the industry whilst also empowering and educating individuals along the way. We champion the importance of diversity within the industry by directly providing solutions for organisations to create inclusive work environments and attract a diverse workforce. The network is dedicated to delivering solutions for participants that work in all areas of the industry from major infrastructure projects, fit-outs, SMEs to specialist professions that support our industry such as tech, law & finance.