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Electrical Supervisor

Location
Croydon, London
Salary
£24,000 to £26,000
Job Type
Permanent
Posted
1 Sep 2022
Allocation of maintenance staff and resources (both directly employed and contractors), to ensure that Reactive, Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), New Works and all other Maintenance Services are undertaken in an efficient and effective manner, to appropriate standards and within budget. Ensuring works are undertaken in a timely manner and the performance management of directly employed maintenance staff. Providing technical advice and ensuring appropriate 'repair' verse life cycle replacement decisions are taken and that unresolved issues are appropriately managed and reported. Undertake this role within a weekly rotating Day/Night shift system. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Team leader, deploying staff, both directly employed and Contracted staff. 2. Act as a point of contact regarding plant or equipment failures and to arrange the supply of goods and/or services as necessary and organize remedial works or emergency isolations as and when required. 3. Allocate staff and physical resources (including staff rota's and overtime works) to ensure that the Maintenance Department's Performance Criteria (KPI's) are achieved. 4. Liaise directly with the Maintenance Planner Co-ordinator (MPC) or the Customer in their absence, to prioritize the activities of staff undertaking repair works and general maintenance activities by directly employed staff or contractors Ensure that all work is undertaken using the correct equipment, by staff having the necessary skills and competence. 6. Liaise with the MPC to prevent unnecessary tasks, waste and superfluous activities. 7. Ensure repair works are undertaken in accordance with the Department's Life Cycle (repair vs. replacement) policy and at all time with due consideration of budgetary requirements. 8. Ensure that where it is not possible to complete works (awaiting materials/replacement decision, pass to contractor or access issues) they are appropriately highlighted and the MPC is informed to enable the customer feedback process to be activated. 9. Take a proactive involvement role in the development of the Computerised Maintenance Management System (Currently Planet). 10. Encourage co-operation, versatility and flexibility between the directly employed staff. 11. At all times carry Trust communication devices (pagers/bleeps) to facilitate immediate response to emergencies TECHNICAL 1. To manage and supervise, directly employed staff and Contractors in the day to day planned maintenance, fault finding and repair, periodic inspections and testing of the complete spectrum of services found in a building services environment to include - 2. HV & LV Sub Station Distribution and associated Electrical Systems Stand-by Generators HVAC systems Water Systems and Distribution Building Management Systems (BMS) Competent Person Gas Services Lifts Boiler Controls and associated equipment\services Fire Alarm Systems Nurses Call Systems Control systems of varying types throughout the Hospital site i.e. Catering, Laundry, Water Treatment, etc. Steam Plant and associated Systems Building Fabric Maintenance - Internal & External The above is not intended as an exhaustive list, but as illustrations to the diversity of plant and equipment to be maintained3. Monitor and assist staff undertaking fault-finding and maintenance on complex, critical and specialist plant, systems and equipment. Providing technical support and liaising with suppliers as necessary. 4. Provide technical advice and support to other Departments including Soft FM and Capital Development. 5. To interpret layouts and drawings and utilise this information to perform fault diagnostics/rectification, planned preventative maintenance and installation of new equipment 6. Work under pressure and to deadlines to ensure plant down time is kept to a minimum and KPI's are achieved. 7. Raise Purchase Order Requests for required Spares and materials. 8. Review the Stores and identify critical and regularly used items, which should be held as 'standard stock items' in the future. 9. To ensure that planned preventative maintenance and associated work is implemented efficiently to specified requirements and provide assistance with improving these requirements on a continuous basis. 10. Understand and work in accordance with the requirements of Health Technical Memorandums (HTMs) and any Statutory and Technical requirements for the operation and maintenance of plant and engineering services. 11. Carry out minor design and modifications to engineering plant, services and Buildings as required. Update drawings. 12. To take delegated Lead responsibility (can be Competent Person (CP) status or Authorised Person (AP) status) for specific plant and/or systems to ensure they operate safely, effectively and efficiently, as delegated by the Estates Operational Managers. 13. To identify and record concise details on Planet of test results, action taken when rectifying break-downs and further action required to eliminate or minimise future problems 14. To relay all necessary information regarding breakdown problems, alteration to planned preventative maintenance and technical Information acquired i.e. training courses attended or technical bulletins to their colleagues. 15. Undertake surveys of engineering plant and services, prepare written reports and Formulate maintenance programmes. 16. Create data storage systems on either databases or spread sheets for storage of engineering information - examples - Shift and On call rota's - Quality and complaints monitoring. 17. To reflect a flexible and professional approach to their responsibilities and identify and implement, in own areas of work, initiatives to improve productivity and working methods within the department and Trust. 18. Reviews engineering policies and procedures to ensure up to date, still fit for purpose and meets the requirements of the Trust. Amends as required. 19. To assist in investigating complaints and incident forms, liaising with other Estates Managers as necessary and implement measures as necessary to prevent re-occurrence 20. To assist the Capital Team in the implementation of major services shutdowns, commissioning arrangements for new developments and hand-over procedures for the engineering systems. Eden Brown is committed to equality in the workplace and is an equal opportunity employer
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Details

  • Job Reference: 701373821-2
  • Date Posted: 1 September 2022
  • Recruiter: Eden Brown
    Eden Brown
  • Location: Croydon, London
  • Salary: £24,000 to £26,000
  • Sector: Engineering
  • Job Type: Permanent