My client are a large FM company who have recently won a new contract. They are looking for an experienced electrically biased lead engineer to be based in the Exeter area , to cover 2 sites in Devon. This is a fantastic role for the right person to join an established team working on 2 hospital sites. This role is working Monday to Friday.
- Competitive salary up to £37k
- OT available
- Progression and on going Training
- 24 days Holiday + Bank Holidays
- 2 static sites
Key Responsibilities Will Include
- Carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance and complete the appropriate paperwork and reports.
- Carry out Reactive and emergency breakdown tasks and complete the associated paperwork.
- Be on a call out rota to provide the client with full out of hours cover.
- Overseeing visiting sub-contractors with regards to standard of work and Health and Safety.
- Adopt a flexible attitude in relation to assisting on other properties within the portfolio.
- Carry out all duties in accordance with company policies and procedures.
- Understand and complete all work related documentation accurately and on time.
- Carry out work in a safe and diligent manner.
- Comply with all Health and Safety policies and procedures.
Applicants For The Role Must Possess The Following
- Fully electrically qualified to NVQ Level 3 or equivalent
- 17th Edition or 18th edition Desired
- AM1 and AM2 ( if required)
- Experience working within commercial environments
- Excellent communication skills
- Driving License
- Smart, presentable appearance
- Personable and approachable
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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