Electrical Technician - Glasgow - Up to £26,500
This is an excellent opportunity to join one of the UK's most renowned businesses that has a global reputation. You will be joining a first class Estates team and the career opportunities and progression is second to none. In return the role will pay up to £26,500 + Further training, Fantastic pension scheme and benefits package as well as excellent career progressionHours of work
Monday to Friday - 35 hour weekDuties include:
- To monitor and maintain the electrical infrastructure and plant initiating corrective action as required and make sure all plant equipment is compliant with legislation and any PPM & reactive tasks are planned with health and safety as a top priority.
- To operate electrical plant and equipment and carry out proactive and performance checks and isolations in line with the appropriate safety regulations and guidance.
- To provide first response for breakdowns or faults, ensuring priority targets are met for reinstating critical systems. Where possible the aim is to achieve first fix to return systems to operation, but if not to escalate and engage others to undertake complex repairs or replacements but retain the ownership of the issue until rectification.
- To support ongoing reviews, evaluations and performance reporting across all electrical systems to ensure safety and the optimum efficiency is achieved.
- To detect and report defects or questionable conditions to the Help Desk and escalate where necessary.
- To carry out regular inspections and demonstrate ownership of switch rooms and equipment to ensure that good standards of housekeeping are being maintained, raising and reporting issues as appropriate.
- To coordinate contractors and other maintenance staff access and maintenance activities locally within buildings; Control of Electrical works and issuing of relevant permits and safety documentation to ensure that all works are carried out in a safe and controlled manner.
- To operate and monitor Building Management System (BMS) and Lighting Control Systems and liaise with the Energy Manager to ensure optimal set points.
- To isolate and reinstate fire detection and warning systems under approved permit arrangements and escalate major isolations or shutdowns
- Served a recognised Engineering apprenticeship and Scottish Credit and Qualification
- Framework level 7 (Higher / Scottish Vocational Qualification level 3, Higher National Certificate) or equivalent in one or more of Electrical, Mechanical or Building Services OR the ability to demonstrate the competencies required to undertake the duties associated with this level of post having acquired the necessary knowledge and skills in a similar role.
- Strong knowledge of legislative requirements for Electrical installations within a complex commercial or similar environment.
- C&G 18th Edition IET Regulations.
- Knowledge of Fire, Security, Building Management and Lighting Control systems.
Please send your CV to Louise McLaren
or call 0131 261 7740
for more Information