CRITICAL DATA CENTRE ENGINEERS

Recruiter
BBL Technical Limited
Location
London
Salary
£38000 - £40000/annum
Posted
07 Jul 2017
Closes
06 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
We have several clients who require Critical Data Centre Engineers who will need to carry out high calibre essential reactive maintenance services. Ensuring a speedy response to fault/breakdown requests and efficiently undertaking small engineering projects and technical solutions. Fundamental in planning major events, safety programmes, HV/LV switching schedules, impact assessments and engineering solutions and projects.

Key objectives of the role (Not exhaustive or necessarily in order of importance)
Develop a comprehensive understanding of the building layout, functions and complexities through developed practices through scenario drills, continuous assessments, staff training and personal development.
Engage and adopt a culture and ‘champion’ the risk product to maintain 100% uptime.
Undertake supervisory role in terms of team leadership, technical authority and training.
Liaising with Technical representative / client representatives in respect of corrective repair works.
Produce written procedure for the safe switching and isolation of electrical systems using schematics and O&M information
Act as technical authority for engineering small works projects, procurement, delivery and implementation.
Supporting and projecting innovations/initiatives that may contribute to the service delivery aspect of the contract and service levels.
Monitor BMS for running and alarm conditions.
Carry out routine/essential planned preventative maintenance tasks as required across HV and LV distribution systems, associated plant/equipment, and HVAC mechanical cooling/heating systems as determined by the CMMS system’s work orders, in a safe, efficient and effective manner.
Investigate faults, identify root causes of faults and prepare accurate/timely reports on plant and equipment failures.
Undertake other tasks, as required by the Technical authority.
Develop ‘Risk Focussed Maintenance’ approach and participate in FMECA studies.

Essential:
City & Guilds Electrical discipline competency Parts 1 & 2 or equivalent.
17th Edition IEE Regulations
HV Authorisation
Critical Environment Experience.
Good Customer relationship skills.
Working knowledge of “Permit to work” systems.
Understand and interpret technical drawings/processes.
Willingness to become HV approved and to switch both HV and LV systems.

Desirable:
ONC / HNC
ACoPs L8.
IOSH/NEBOSH qualification