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Senior Mechanical Technician

£41000.00 - £45000.00 per annum pension annual leave plus more
 
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Amy McGeown Senior Consultant – Estates & Facilities

Job Description

Senior Mechanical Technician
Location: Guildford
Salary: Competitive Salary
Post Type: Full Time, permanent

MMP Consultancy has an exciting opportunities for Senior Mechanical Technicians to join the newly-restructured Maintenance Services team.


Working as part of a team responsible for the operational maintenance of premises, you will be undertaking planned and reactive work on Mechanical systems to support infrastructure and environmental control systems across all premises, ensuring that they are maintained in a safe, efficient, and functional order.

You'll be required to support the current day pattern of 08.00 - 16.12 Monday to Friday. The post holder may be required to support out of hours rotas as required by the Service Support Manager to ensure operational effectiveness and business continuity

Key Responsibilities include:
Maintain all Mechanical systems, including statutory inspection and testing where required, to meet current legislative requirements.
Ensure failing plant or assets are reported to the Helpdesk and plant areas are maintained in good condition.


Deliver an effective and timely response to maintenance demands across the organization in a timely and cost-effective manner.
Ensure compliance with all Health and Safety and Environmental systems and procedures, and take an active part in the development of these policies
Ensure the use of equipment and materials in delivery of maintenance services are appropriate and meet current legislative standards.
Keep up to date with Mechanical related legislation and developments, attending courses and passing all necessary exams to maintain professional accreditation.
Carry out multi-skilled tasks, where relevant, such as (but not restricted to) Electrical isolation and fault finding, minor carpentry, redecoration repairs linked to maintenance work.
Complete all administrative work associated with departmental management systems, including the completion of work records, timesheets, stores issues, estimates and health & safety records. Utilize Building Logbook to record all maintenance visits and any relevant defective information and repairs.
You will need good planning, organizing, and prioritizing skills, and will be expected to tackle more complex tasks, take on additional responsibilities and communicate effectively at a senior level.

What's in it for you?


The institution offers a dynamic, flexible, and enjoyable work environment. In addition to the attractive campus setting and ample development opportunities, the institution offers:

35 Days Holiday (20 Days Annual Leave 7 University Closure Days Bank Holidays)
Additional Day of Leave per year of service for 5 years
36 Hour Working week.
Highly competitive Pension
Relevant Training & Development
On-site discounted Nursery/Childcare
Electric Vehicle Leasing scheme
Discounted Surrey Sports Park Membership


Please note that the successful candidate will need to undergo and clear an Enhanced DBS.

If you possess the relevant skills, please submit your updated CV. We look forward to hearing from you.

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