Mult-Skilled Technician

Carbon 60
02 Dec 2017
03 Jan 2018
Contract Type
Full Time

Multi-Skilled Technician

Permanent Position
East Anglia

The purpose of this role is to provide mobile delivery of facilities support services across client sites, covering East Anglia including; Cambridge, Norwich and Ipswich. You will be responsible for carrying out a range of general maintenance tasks, fabric maintenance tasks, business support tasks and janitorial tasks and will report to and support the regional lead mobile engineer and assist mobile engineers as required in the delivery of planned, reactive and ad hoc maintenance tasks.

As a multi-skilled technician your day will include a variety of task including the following:
· Weekly & monthly planned maintenance tasks as scheduled (fire alarm tests, water temperature recording, emergency lighting tests, etc.)
· Monthly utilities meter readings
· First line response to reactive repairs
· Minor building fabric repairs
· Minor decorating tasks
· Minor plumbing repairs
· General office cleaning as scheduled for remote sites
· Cleaning of toilet facilities and replenishment of consumables for remote sites
· Other general cleaning or janitorial duties as requested
· Supporting external landscaping and cleaning as required
· Maintain accurate documentation of all assigned work orders
· Comply fully with Health, Safety & Environmental policies.
· Provide excellent customer service to building occupants, ensuring they are made aware of work order progress in a timely manner
· Proactively walk the floors, reporting any maintenance or H&S issues to the helpdesk and appropriate manager.

In return for your services you will receive a competitive salary and benefits including the use of a company vehicle. To apply please get in touch with a copy of your current CV.

The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.

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