Maintenance Plumber- Staffordshire University- Permanent Role
Your New Company
Staffordshire University is a great place to work. We care about our people. We reward hard work. We also celebrate diversity and individual success. And although our history dates back over 100 years, you'll find that we are progressive and forward thinking.
Staffordshire University are transforming its campus to become a vibrant and welcoming place to work, study, live and visit. We are currently developing a new exciting masterplan that will reflect our 2030 strategic vision to become a leading digital university that includes a number of exiting projects such as our new GBP40m catalyst building. To help deliver this ambition the Estates team need to recruit a Maintenance Plumber
Your New Role
As part of the Estates Maintenance Team, you will be responsible for completing the inspection programme of planned, preventative maintenance for the control of Legionellosis and maintenance, installation and refurbishment of plumbing and heating systems.
You will also complete remedial works as a result of the inspection programmes, such as removing dead legs, maintenance pumps etc to manufacturers recommended instructions. As part of the ongoing inspection and improvements programme, you will install and maintain all types of industrial, domestic heating and gas systems, as well as maintaining gas appliances such as boilers, valves, laboratory equipment, compressed air lines and oil lines.
Alongside this, you will liaise with contractors on site in the performance of their duties, order and control trade related materials and ensure all records are kept up to date in accordance with current legislation and within University guidelines.
Reporting in to the Maintenance Team Leader, you will be allocated routine maintenance tasks and report any remedial actions as per the internal processes. You will also be responsible for undertaking audits of and the recording and storage of statutory and legislative checks, ensuring that recognised control procedures and practises are maintained.
Hours of work are 37 hours per week, over a 7-day week on a shift basis. You will be required to work on an agreed shift pattern including nights, weekends and bank holidays.
You will have City & Guilds in Plumbing or equivalent and at least three years practical experience in a similar role. You will be up to date and fully competent in the understanding and application of current ACoP L8. Although you will be predominantly based at the Stoke on Trent campus, travel to Stafford will be required, so a full UK driving license is essential.
In order to be a successful applicant, you will have proven previous experience delivering reactive, first fix maintenance role, have demonstrable experience in use of computerised systems alongside the proven ability to work unsupervised.
Finally, you will be willing to undertake further professional development and demonstrate the ability to weigh up priority and benefits of different actions and activities in order to achieve cost effective outcomes.
If you're ready to make a difference in Higher Education, be ambitious, brilliant and innovative, please apply now and join a team who are helping to transform our University Campus.
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Staffordshire University are working exclusively with Hays Specialist Recruitment. For more information about their current vacancies please visit our dedicated recruitment microsite at jobs/staffordshire-university.
Hays have been retained for this recruitment project. Any 3rd party or direct applications will be forwarded to Hays as part of the campaign.