You will be working for an NHS Organisation based in Cambridge. The organisation you will be working for was recognised as providing ‘outstanding’ care and was rated ‘good’ overall by the Care Quality Commission. You will be working as a Hospital Engineer and you will sit within the main Estates and Facilities team reporting to the Senior Infrastructure Engineer.
Your new responsibilities
You will be expected to plan the engineering elements of multi-stranded systems and working a number of these at any one time by ensuing on going supplies, formulating future plans and adjusting them appropriately in line with Trust objectives. Specialties that will need to be addressed will include for example, BMS, HV/LV electrical systems, mechanical systems, building systems, CAFM systems, ground and any other essential service to hospital function and patient welfare.
You will be responsible for the management of multi skilled maintenance team/s (for example mechanical, electrical, technicians, buildings, grounds & gardens and projects delivery) and contractors at all premises operated and maintained by the Trust.
You will maintain full and complete records of all works for which the post holder is responsible. Such records will, for example, include Planning and Building Control applications, CDM risk assessment s and notifications, data management of information from the Building Maintenance System, PPM database information, etc.
What you need to succeed
Educated to degree level or equivalent level of knowledge and experience
Post graduate certificate or evidence of specific job related CPD in highly specialised engineering work
Engineering experience in an operational maintenance environment
Experience of contract and subcontract management
Considerable NHS or Healthcare estates operation and maintenance
In depth knowledge of applicable guidance for example HTM, HBN, HTN
Detailed knowledge of hospital systems such as: Fire Systems, CAFM Systems, Specialist Ventilation etc.
What you’ll get in return
37.5 working hour week.
You will be enrolled on the NHS Pension Scheme upon commencement.
35 days annual leave including Public Holiday entitlement.
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