- Malmesbury - United Kingdom
The Dyson buildings in Malmesbury and surrounding areas require a dedicated team for planned, preventative and reactive maintenance. The team has a variety of competencies which enable them to carry out Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health building services improvements as well as manage the specialist subcontractors we engage with.
The team fully supports the day-to-day priorities that are the nature of our service with tasks ranging from the very technical to the sometimes menial. Each team member will approach these tasks with equal enthusiasm and professionalism.
What you will be doing -
- Initiative and Proactivity – Ability to pre-empt problems and proactively take measures to mitigate any loss of system functionality.
- Drive for results - Focuses on expedient delivery, to the right level of resolution and quality.
- Concern for accuracy - Consistently delivers the required level of accuracy and quality.
- Attitude - Takes job responsibilities seriously, and conducts themselves in a positive and professional manner.
- Communication - Ability to effectively communicate and converse with colleagues, contractors and customers.
- Planning and Organising - Able to develop a clear, efficient and logical approach to work.
- Flexibility - Willing to adapt thinking, behaviour and activities to suit the requirements of different situations. Assists colleagues with their requests and is willing to work collaboratively to deliver results.
- Teamwork - Shows the willingness to put the goals of the team before personal goals, and the ability to build effective co-operative relationships with others.
- Manage – Take a more managerial approach as a senior member of the team. This includes managing the work streaming and responsibility for Health and Safety continuous improvements.
The following competencies and qualifications are the minimum requirements of a candidate:
- A strong work experience within a maintenance team in a commercial/industrial environment.
- Electrical competency to IEE Wiring Regulations 17th Edition (C&G) and/or Registered ‘Gas Safe’ Competency for Natural Gas systems (Installation and Testing).
- IPAF and PASMA qualifications for powered access equipment and scaffold access equipment.
- A comprehensive understanding of Mechanical, Electrical and Public Health building services.
- Comprehensive IT literacy with the ability to respond to customers emails (Outlook), schedule activities/equipment (Excel) and manage specialist applications/software to aid workflow (Windows).
- IOSH or equivalent Health and Safety training to assist in the management of health and safety minimum standards with the ability to contribute to the continuing improvement of a safe system of work.
- Candidates must be physically able to carry out relatively hazardous tasks (eg. working at height) and may also be required to be on-call for out of hour’s emergency response.
- Recognised First Aid training.
The following competencies are not essential but desirable from a candidate:
- Fabrication skills including experience with Oxy-Acetylene or Arc-Welding kits.
- Ability to use fixed machine tools such as lathes, pillar drills, milling and turning tools.
- Ability to use portable machine tools such as drills, grinders, reciprocating saws and crimpers.
- Practical experience with pipework installations such as galvanized screwed, mild steel screwed, copper brazed or crimped, modern press-fit systems and plastics.
- 27 days annual leave plus eight statutory bank holidays
- Life assurance
- Performance related bonus
- Pension scheme
- Dyson machine discount
- Sports centre
- Subsidized cafe and restaurants