We are currently recruiting for an Engineer with building maintenance experience to support a Children's Hospital in Liverpool. The role requires an industrial mechanical bias, however, the successful candidate will be expected to work flexibly across trades to carry out the required maintenance for the site.
Working hours for this role is Monday to Friday, 8 hours per day
Provide a reactive and pro-active maintenance service as per project requirements to all operational equipment.
Provide a multi-skilled maintenance service, which includes but not limited to mechanical/plumbing disciplines.
Carry out modifications and installations when required.
Liaise with contractors or external suppliers where required and clearly communicate technical issues.
Ensure that work is carried out to a high standard and in line with current company (and Trust/Hospital where applicable) policies and procedures.
Provide a service that ensures all equipment is running to optimum performance.
Provide a service that ensures all key performance indicators are met
Maximise availability of all equipment through continuous improvement.
Take on authorised person duties as required.
Carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance.
Take ownership of tools and equipment provided and ensure maintained to an appropriate standard, reporting any defects immediately.
Take responsibility for pressure systems and ventilation.
Provide technical support/input to projects and initiatives.
Continuously look to improve equipment efficiencies and cost reductions.
Responsible for ensuring own work and work of those under supervision is completed in a safe and diligent manner to ensure regular feedback on issues arising before, during and following activities that are carried out.
Maintain equipment supported by sound diagnostic and problem solving skills, raising issues as required to the shift supervisor on a timely basis.
Maintain, repair, and calibrate mechanical and instrumentation plant to optimise both reliability and maintainability.
Complete any required paperwork, produce reports accurately and on a timely basis.
Complete training and development activities as required in order to remain competent in role.
Complete other duties as required and directed by the shift Maintenance Supervisor or members of the Management Team.
Flexibility in work hours to provide cover if required for holidays and sickness absence.
Provide on-call support for a minimum of 1 week per month.
Be aware of the business continuity plan for the part of the business you work in.
Knowledge Skills & Experience
Minimum NVQ Level 3 qualification in relevant engineering maintenance field (or equivalent other qualification recognised by CITB/EITB/JIB).
Appropriate up to date training to make use of relevant equipment/tools.
Up to date knowledge of technical regulations applicable to core craft and how this applies to role.
Good understanding of current Health & Safety legislation and its application within role.
Fault diagnosis and resolution.
Experience in installing and maintaining mechanical and/or plumbing equipment.
Able to read and understand technical drawings.
Good problem-solving skills and ability to make decisions (where able to do so).
Ability to communicate effectively both in verbal and written communication.
Ability to use effectively any ICT equipment provided.
Ability to complete work as instructed.
Ability to effectively prioritise own workload.
Flexibility and adaptability to change.
Pro-active and positive approach to work.
Experience and capability to provide maintenance service in both mechanical and plumbing disciplines.