- Recognised Electrical Apprenticeship.
- Knowledge of 16th Edition Electrical Industrial Regulations
- Awareness of Electricity at Work Act
- City & Guilds qualification/NVQ level 3
- Previous experience preferably in NHS setting.
- Capable of working alone and as member of a team.
- Work with tools and equipment, on a wide range of materials and equipment.
- Written and verbal communication skills are required.
- Knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation.
- Basic keyboard skills.Desirable Requirements
- Post-Apprenticeship experience within complex building services experience of working in an Acute Hospital environment.
- Minimum ONC/BTech qualification (or equivalent experience).
- Current driving licence.
The post holder will:
- Contribute to the maintenance and efficiency of plant and utilities throughout the Trust properties.
- Carry out plant instillation and maintenance.
- Install and repair, a variety of equipment e.g. fire alarm systems.
- Remain aware of the direct affect and impact upon;
- The environment,
- Safety and comfort of patients, staff and members of the public.
- Respond pro-actively as required.
Involvement with processing documentation associated with Estates IT admin requirement
Communication and Relationships
- The post holder will communicate in writing, orally and electronically.
- The post holder must be able to receive and communicate technical and non-technical information with a range of colleagues and personnel in the Trust. These will include:
- Clinical staff
- Other Estates staff
- Departmental staff
- The post holder will use IT systems to generate, receive and communicate a range of technical and non-technical information, e.g. creating job dockets, works orders, and technical reports.
- In order to minimise patient disruption, appropriate communication is undertaken, by liaising with staff and patients.
Analytical and Judgemental Skills
The post holder will diagnose problems:
- Make the appropriate decisions in order to organise repairs/maintenance tasks, tests and or refurbishment.
- The decision-making process may require choosing from a range of options.
Planning and Organisational Skills
Plan and prioritise own work on a daily basis
- Prioritise tasks,
- Adopt a flexible approach and change the plan of work to respond to the clinical environment, urgent and emergency calls.
- Use of a wide range of tools, machinery and equipment, some of which are specific to the Electrical trade, requiring hand-to-eye coordination to finite tolerances.
- Basic keyboard skills.
For further information, please send your CV via the advert.
Meridian Business Support is acting on behalf of our Client as a Recruitment Business.