Facilities Mainteance Engineer

Posted a week ago by Manpower

Liverpool, Merseyside
£34,000 - £35,000/annum

An exciting opportunity to join the Team as site Facilities Maintenance Engineer has arisen within an entertainment & events venue in the Liverpool City Centre area…

As FME you will provide event cover and a reactive first point of contact for all facility maintenance work requests across the venue(s). You will investigate and resolve the situation where possible or escalate to management when necessary with a proposed solution. The prime purpose of this role is to assist in providing a fully functioning facility with a timely response to ensure that availability and quality is maintained at all times so far as is reasonably practicable.

What do I need to succeed in my application?

  • An engineering qualification in either mechanical or electrical along with relevant FM experience & 18th Edition cert
  • Must have knowledge of BMS & HVAC systems
  • You will be required to be available 5 out of 7 days (sometimes nights when events are on)
  • average working week is 37.5 hours.
  • You will not be responsible for direct reports, however you will need to supervise other member of staff who are supporting you in your daily duties.
  • Your hours will be annualised based on events & RM & PM maintenance tasks that are required, therefore it is essential that you are flexible.

Additional experience:

  • Fire Alarm Systems.
  • CCTV and access control.
  • electrical maintenance and installation work.
  • HVAC systems with respect to servicing and fault finding.
  • Exemplary Health and Safety knowledge & delivery
  • Refrigeration plant
  • catering equipment service/repair
  • Use of MEWPS, Forklifts and other access equipment.

This is a very rewarding position for the right Candidate & one where no two days will ever be the same.

If you are looking for a challenge & this sounds like it, then I look forward to receiving your application.


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