Your new role will involve looking after and managing the day to day reactive and planned maintenance throughout a number of sites located in East London.
Tasked with completing an array of reactive maintenance (RM) & planned preventative maintenance (PPM). You will be electrically biased however will be undertaking a number building fabric works and basic mechanical tasks.
What you’ll be doing
Duties to include lighting repairs, lamp changes, lighting & socket installation, re wiring, replacement fuses and the maintenance of distribution boards and other plant located on site.
Carrying out reactive & planned maintenance for electrical works, painting, decorating, minor joinery, basic building repairs, porterage, office moves and other general duties in support of the business and our members.
You will have a strong electrical maintenance background as well as experience of carrying out building fabric works.
You must be prepared to undertake works during unsociable hours ie early starts or late finishes as per the agreed contractual hours / rota.
Will have a positive "can do" attitude and the ability to work on our own as well as part of a team.
Good communication & organisational skills are a must as well as previous use of having used a CAFM system and or a handheld device for your work allocation.
Solid understanding of Health & Safety as well as Statutory responsibilities including log book management.
Assist sub-contractors as and when required including reviewing RAMS and issuing PTW’s.
Maintain accurate site records / documentation in association with all site works.
To inspect the condition of services and proactively deal with call-outs/repairs as required, and requested by the management team.
Attend site emergencies, outside of normal working hours.
Keep and maintain all issued tools in a safe and serviceable manner.
Complete any other associated tasks requested by the management team.
What you’ll bring
For this role you will need to have experience in a similar role as well as City and Guilds Level 3 Electrical installation, you will also need City and Guilds 17th Edition and a solid multi skilled understanding.
Worked or currently working in a similar environment and familiar with the following: Lighting repairs, lamp changes, lighting & socket installation, re wiring, replacement fuses and the maintenance of distribution boards. Emergency lighting & log book management is also essential.
Knowledge of Heating, Ventilation & Cooling systems (HVAC)
Fire Marshal & First Aid Trained.
Personal Aptitude & Skills
Must be presentable at all times
Logical thinker in fault finding situations
Excellent interpersonal skills
Good written and verbal communication skills
Comfortable working within a team environment. Able to contribute to group success
whilst willingly following instructions.
Able to work unsupervised / lone working.
Adaptable and flexible approach to work requirements, willing to accept change.
What You’ll Get
Room to grow. We live and breathe scale-ups and with our own rapid business growth, you’ll have significant opportunity to shape your personal advancement.
World-class team. Ambitious, passionate and collaborative, we have a proven track record and have serious investor backing. You’ll be challenged and inspired by team members daily.
Company culture. We take the business seriously but we don’t take ourselves too seriously. We collaborate, hack, blog, network with the tech scaleup sector and socialise with our members, and each other!
Competitive salary and package, flexible working hours, a shiny Mac to call your own and regular team activities to involve yourself in.