Mechanical Maintenance Engineer / (Supervisor promotion within a year) - £35k - Days
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A pivotal role has arisen within our clients Technical Services team.
Our client is one of the worlds leading building services companies, managing the m&e services across commercial properties in and around London
The position based in West London will be responsible for mechanical services including planned, re-active and Additional Works.
Daily duties will include working on
- Unvented hot water systems.
- Pumps: replacement of pump shaft seals (to fix leaks), replacement of small pumps.
- General plumbing maintenance: replace leaking/defective valves, remove dead leg pipework, install/remove TMVs, replace taps, replace tank ball float valves, replace radiator TRVs etc.
- Pressurisation units: service and repair of closed system pressurisation units.
- Expansion vessels: checking and topping up air pressure, replacement of failed vessels.
- Small installation works: e.g. installation of new taps, small electric water heaters, showers and associated domestic pipework.
- Filters: check and replace sidestream filters on closed heating/cooling systems.
- Investigative works: trace pipework, identify failed components, identify common plumbing issues etc.
- Strive for continual improvement within team and create a positive team culture/ethos
- Must be able to continually focus work and mind at an individual task level
- Carry out maintenance, reactive and installation works in accordance with appropriate policy, specifications and HSE regulations.
- Prioritise workload to ensure all works are completed within time
Minimum Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Plumbing and Heating or a G3 qualification in Unvented Hot Water Systems.
Minimum 5 years as a qualified Plumber/Mechanical Engineer.
Minimum 3 years working on Commercial Buildings.
Minimum 3 years in the FM environment
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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