My client are a FTSE 250 business providing facilities, property and asset management for some of the biggest public and private sector businesses. They have revenues in excess of £1.8bn and a reputation for being the best in their business.
They are currently looking to recruit a Carpenter/Fabric Engineer, responsible for ppm and reactive mainly carpentry duties on health centres and clinics in Bury St. Edmunds & surrounding areas.
- Mainly carpentry PPMs and repairs eg. Re-hinging doors, reshaping doors, cutting door locks, small install works
- Assist site team with all Fabric tasks & highlight major defects to management/Helpdesk & implement quotations for repairs, as required.
- Reactive attendance to breakdowns and minor fabric repairs.
- Fabric duties to include but not limited to; Lamp repair and changing, Maintenance / repair to joinery, Maintenance / minor repair to building fabric, Ad hoc painting / touching up to properties, Minor mechanical / electrical repairs, Minor repair to plumbing systems and clearing blockages, Emergency lighting testing where appropriate, Fire alarm testing (where appropriate with technical guidance), Minor repairs / changing out carpet tiles / flooring damage as appropriate, Repairs and modification to door locks and door jam repair, hanging doors, adjusting and installing door closers
- Repairs and maintenance to ceiling tiles, and any general repair to the facility that is required to maintain the standard of the building.
- Maintain a high standard of housekeeping throughout the property portfolio and support the FM team in achieving this
- Planned inspections of properties to identify faults / issues on roofing, guttering, drainage, walls, ceilings, glazing, doors etc.
- Ad Hoc general porterage duties as requested on site if applicable
- Fully qualified carpenter (C&G, NVQ)
- Not less than 2 years post qualification experience
- Flexible attitude to work
- Commercial building maintenance background
- Technically astute
- Self-Motivated and able to work under own initiative