Position: Maintenance Plumber
Location : Darlington
We are looking for a mechanically biased Engineer based on site within a small team of operatives undertaking planned preventative maintenance (PPM) and repair of mechanical and electrical equipment and building fabric.
The successful candidate should have good knowledge of the following: HVAC, Plumbing, Pumps, Heating systems, AHUs, Water systems and Legionella Control.
Day to Day
To carry out planned and reactive maintenance as instructed by the Manager. Including, but not limited to water hygiene and plant inspections; plumbing, filter changes, and other mechanical duties in support of the rest of the team. Duties will also include carrying out various non specialist building fabric maintenance tasks.
To close / update completed PPM tasks on the site PDA.
Ensure engineering standards are maintained in order to maximise the operation effectiveness and reliability of the plant and associated systems.
To co-ordinate specialist subcontractors’ requirements both for PPM and reactive works.
To ensure company QA and site procedures are adhered to in all aspects.
Ensure Company & Site, Health & Safety procedures are followed at all times.
Maintain accurate site records/documentation in association with all site works.
To inspect the condition of services and proactively deal with callouts/repairs as required, and requested by management
Attend site emergencies, outside of normal working hours.
Carry out tasks within typical plantroom environments and at high level, working from platforms and ladders. All access and PPE will be provided
Keep and maintain all company issued tools in a safe and serviceable manner.
To proactively work towards the continued success and support of the contract with a positive approach.
Complete any other associated task requested by the management.
Skills & Experience
City & Guilds – Building Services Engineering or Plumbing Installation/Maintenance or equivalent
Water Hygiene / L8 competent
Experience within the building services engineering industry
Previous experience of working within a team
Time served apprenticeship
Knowledge and use of computer software – Microsoft Office, Building Management System.
Overtime x1.5 on weekday and x2 on weekends + day in lieu on bank holidays
Standby rate is £15 per day and £50 on bank holidays
24 days holiday plus bank holidays (pro rata into shifts for shift workers)
Ability to buy and sell holidays – buy 5 days & sell 2 days
Auto-enrolment company pension scheme
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Cycle to work scheme
Purchase an electric vehicle via salary sacrifice
Employee discounts with various brands
Learning and development programs, training and career opportunities.