Shift Technician

Options Resourcing
London (East)
10 Jan 2018
09 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Full Time
Data Centre Shift Electrical Technician
Job Description
Reporting to: Data Centre Shift Leader
Hours: 06:30 ' 18:30 & 18:30 ' 06:30 (Continental Shift Pattern) 42hrs a week
£38k to £40k
20 days holiday
Pensions scheme

As the post holder, you will be expected to have detailed understanding of Critical Facilities/Data Centre infrastructure (Electrical and Mechanical).
As a key member of the engineering shift teams, you will responsible for the inspection, operation and maintenance of all associated assets within the Data Centre, with a primary focus on relevant electrical asset maintenance (Planned, Reactive and Corrective).
With a drive to increase reliability through pro active maintenance standards, the Data Centre Shift Technician will take ownership of any issues related to Electrical and Mechanical systems within the facility.
You will also be a HV Authorised Person for the site and will actively contribute to the successful delivery of all critical works

Plant and Equipment
Building management system.
Lighting Control system.
Air conditioning System, DFU’s, FCU’s, AHU’s and ACU’s
Chillers and CHW infrastructure
Boilers and Heating Systems.
DRUPS and ancillary components.
Single phase and three phase motors.
Emergency lighting.
Operation of HV systems (training and familiarisation with this system will be made available if required).
Fire Detection and Fire Suppression Systems
Pumps and VFD’s
PDU and Distribution Boards â€' LV
Other Data Centre related infrastructure

Key Tasks
Working closely with the Data Centre Shift Leader to ensure that all Specialist Sub Contractors visits are
conducting works in line with approved Standard Operating Procedures/ MOP/PTW/
Ensure that Specialist Sub Contractor worksheets are signed off where necessary, that quality of work has been
inspected and recommendations are communicated to the Data Centre Shift Leader.
To provide backup as engineering relief cover in the event of annual leave, training or other absence within the
engineering team.
Accurately reporting of all completed work orders, including precise recording of any critical spares/stock
items used during these tasks.
Attend weekly team meetings, client meetings as requested,
Reviewing and preparing MOP’s, SOP’s and EOP’s, as well as undertaking any relevant EOP scenario drills
(Mock Drills)

Personal Specification
Minimum of 5 years relevant experience in Data Centre or Critical Environment operations.
Electrical Authorised Person
HNC/HND in relevant field or associated Electrical Apprenticeship (Or Similar)
Strong communication skills and the ability to deal with all levels of staff.
Proactive in achieving operational excellence.
Have good IT and report writing skills.
Individuals who can demonstrate commitment and previous site experience; but not meet all the required technical qualifications may be considered subject to client approval.
Ability to work under pressure whilst remaining calm, clear thinking and able to deliver the required services to
the client within given time constraints.
Individuals who can demonstrate commitment and previous experience; but not meet all the required
technical qualifications may be considered subject to Directors approval.
Demonstrate a willingness to attend on and off site training for plant and systems this may require nights away
from home.
Physical Fitness
A high level of initiative
A smart presentable uniformed appearance
Ability to comprehend and act upon both verbal and written instructions
Enthusiasm and demonstration of pro-activity, diligence and alertness, with the willingness to participate in
appropriate training schemes
Integrity, honesty and punctuality is also expected
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