Maintenance Electrician - Iconic Building / Corporate Offices - London - £16.00 per hour / Up to £34,000
Exciting opportunity to work for an established FM service provider situated in London. My client is looking for a Maintenance Electrician to be based in an Iconic / Corporate building located near London Bridge. The successful candidate will be electrically biased (C&G, 17th Edition) with a proven track record in commercial building maintenance, ideally within a critical site (i.e. Bank, Data centre, Blue chip office etc). This is a temporary to permanent position, which pays an hourly rate of £16.00 per hour or up to £34,000 a year.
Working with the maintenance team on site, He or she will be required to carry out electrical, mechanical and fabric maintenance to the following;
- Lighting (Small installation, Fault-finding, Lamping, Changing ballast's, Control panel, Power distribution)
- Emergency lighting
- Air Conditioning - Air Handling Units / Fan Coil Unit (Filter changes, cleaning)
- Chillers - Re-set
- Water Treatment (Temperature checks / Not dosing)
- Plumbing - Unblocking toilets
- BMS System - Monitor (i.e. Hot & Colds)
- UPS Systems - Monitor / Take readings
Hours of work
Monday to Friday - 08:00am to 17:00pm (40 hour week)
- Electrical - City & Guilds, Apprenticeship, 17th Edition
- A proven track record in commercial building maintenance
- Immediately available
- Good communication skills
Highly desirable (Not essential)
- Any further qualifications (i.e. Mechanical or Air Conditioning etc)
- Experience working in a bank / data centre / Commercial Office
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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