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Position - Electrical Shift Maintenance Engineer
Location - Farnborough
Reporting to - Campus Manager
Desired Experience & or Qualifications
Technically qualified as an Engineer. (City & Guilds, HNC etc)
18th Edition Wiring Regulations
HV AP 15 Would be advantageous
Critical Services Experience
Good technical skills
Good administrative skills.
Good interpersonal and communication skills.
Our client is currently seeking Electrically Biased Engineers to work on the Data Centre facilities of a prestigious site in the Farnborough area. Working on behalf of an internationally recognised Facilities Management provider, you will work within a team of engineers to provide critical maintenance to the site’s M&E services. Please note, this role operates on a continental shift pattern with 12 hour day / night shifts.
Maintaining and keeping in good repair, the buildings mechanical & electrical systems along with all associated component parts of Data Centre Premises.
Routine tests, checks and record keeping for all the buildings systems
Maintain water systems and all records to the highest standard in accordance with L8 Legislation.
Undertake regular walk-rounds of client areas and plant rooms to note and rectify any defects and to maintain Plant rooms in a clean, tidy and safe condition.
Liaise and arrange sub contractor support and effectively manage and control all sub contractors, including security and cleaning.
To monitor the buildings environmental temperature, humidity, and space conditions and ensuring that they are maintained in accordance with the business requirement
To monitor and adjust as deemed necessary, the building management systems (BMS) to control the buildings HVAC to optimal levels of efficiency.
Provide rapid and effective response to customer and helpdesk calls and defects.
Provide innovative solutions to improve building, plant and system energy efficiency.
Manage, rectify and record defects through the Help Desk to ensure all are rectified within SLA Timeframes.
Keep the National Supervisor and Account Manager briefed on all issues and progress.
Provide out of hours engineering cover including weekends to support maintenance, defects and client requirements.
Use the Log Book System to store all records and certification for the site.
Data Centre Experience
Good knowledge and understanding of H&S practices and procedures.
Good technical knowledge of building services systems and plant.
Knowledge of BMS systems
Knowledge and understanding of Data Centres / Working in a critical services environment
Chiller and CRAC Unit knowledge
Knowledge of Generators and UPS.
Knowledge of DC Electrical systems
Aptitude Takes ownership of issues and ensures completion.
Able to organise and manage own work load
Good interpersonal skills.
Good customer service understanding and skills.
Self motivated with drive to exceptional service
Salary £39,000 – £41,000 (subject to skills, qualifications and experience), 25 days holiday, PPE, mobile phone, pension and healthcare.
£38000 to £41000
about 2 months ago