My client is a diverse Banking organisation. Each of its 4,000 plus people are committed to public service and dedicated to promoting the good of the people of the United Kingdom by maintaining monetary and financial stability.
Responsible for the delivery of planned, preventative and reactive maintenance and project tasks allocated to self, ensuring all work is completed in accordance to agreed methods, risk assessments, SLAs and customer service standards. The role holders will be part of the team delivering electrical, mechanical, and fabric maintenance and project activities across both London Buildings.
To update all tasks completed in CAFM with quality information that is representative of the task resolution. PPM task information should be previewed and recommendation made for change where appropriate, reactive tasks capture root cause, etc. The data recorded is an essential input to how we manage the building services, contributing to planning, asset lifecycle and the capacity and demand of the London O&M operation.
The role holders are expected to work mainly unsupervised in undertaking maintenance work, capable of making assessments, compliance, asset condition and efficiency, being able to articulate their findings and recommendations to the Shift Leader and Building Services Managers. They will escalate to the Shift Leader based on their judgement. This role is also a predominantly a mechanical / HVAC role and working shifts, details will be provided at the interview stage.
Qualifications: City & Guilds Level 3 Technician or equivalent (with experience).
Maintenance experience: Exposure to reactive and planned maintenance regimes.
Building Services: An understanding of building services (electrical, mechanical and fabric), systems and installations.
Health & Safety: Industry recognised qualification in H&S procedures (such as IOSH), but as a minimum having experience of completing H&S risk assessments.
CAFM: Experience of ‘Computer Aided Facilities Management’.
Statutory requirements: knowledge of statutory compliance.
Systems & Plant Operating Instructions: Proven ability to learn and apply systems and plant operating instructions.
Engineering drawings: Ability to read and understand complicated mechanical and/or electrical drawings.
Problem solving: Ability to make judgments based on evaluating factual information against defined procedures, contributing to decision-making and continuous improvement.
Communication: Ability to receive and convey regular factual information, including sharing and reporting information upwards or to others in a structured way.
Collaborative: Ability to work collaboratively to leverage the knowledge, skills and experiences of the team.
Team working: Strong commitment to working flexibly and effectively with a range of staff and contractors.
A non-contributory, career average pension giving you a guaranteed retirement benefit of 1/95th of your annual salary for every year worked. There is the option to increase your pension (to 1/50th) or decrease (to 1/120th) in exchange for salary through our flexible benefits programme each year.
A discretionary performance award based on a current award pool.
A 7% benefits allowance with the option to take as salary or purchase a wide range of flexible benefits.
25 days annual leave with option to buy up to 13 additional days through flexible benefits.
Private medical insurance and income protection.