Randstad CPE are currently working with a leading facilities management company to recruit a Fabric Engineer / Handyman / Building Services Technician to carry out building maintenance work on their large commercial static site in Nottingham.
Some key responsibilities of the role include:
- Ensure the PPM's are carried out in a high calibre manner and on time.
- To carry out day-to-day maintenance and reactive issues relating to all the building fabric and assets.
- To carry out operation and trouble shooting for the following:
- Building fabric and cosmetics
- First call response for leaks, blockages.
- Plumbing tasks e.g. tap repairs or replacements
- Joinery tasks e.g. door repairs or installing new locks
- Routine tests, checks and record keeping for various building systems e.g. fire doors and equipment, accessible toilet alarms etc
- Maintenance of water systems in accordance with L8 regulations e.g. temperature checks
Required skills and experience:
- Minimum five years' experience in Building Services industry
- C&G qualified or equivalent in joinery or plumbing services/maintenance.
- Recognised training or apprenticeship
- Demonstrate a good understanding and be technically competent in all building services, in particular water hygiene including L8 compliance.
- Full clean driving license
- Strong communication skills and the ability to deal with all levels of staff.
- Proactive in achieving the highest standard of operation.
- IPAF competence is DESIRABLE.
If this role is of interest please click apply or call Olivia Lawson on 01132 345745 for more information.
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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