Solutions Architect (FTTP/FTTH Structured Cabling Design & Estimating)

London, England, gb
Company: NG Bailey
Category: Computer and Mathematical Occupations
Published on 2021-07-24 18:13:12
Role overview

We are currently recruiting a Electrical maintenance engineer for commercial building in Moorgare, London. The position is based in Moorgate.

You will be required to provide an exceptional high standard of building services provision (planned and reactive) within a commercial occupied environment and with the utmost regard for customer service. Ensure electrical services are maintained at all times, having experience / expertise to diagnose faults and rectify them

You will have a background and relevant qualifications to provide Electrical Maintenance to commercial buildings.

The position is Monday to Friday, 40 hours per week.


You will:

  • Carry out routine PPM and reactive call outs as directed by the client
  • Ensure Maintenance of all critical plant including UPS, Generators, HV Systems Etc.
  • Diagnose and repair faults on systems and plant and install new plant and equipment when required
  • Be proactive in reporting faults to equipment, buildings and fittings ensuring all small works opportunities are identified and followed up
  • Identify equipment that needs to be replaced and advise Supervisor of parts required for works. 
  • Report items to the Supervisor for parts to be ordered.
  • Assist with quoting for replacements and extra works. 
  • Requirements

    You will have:

  • Must be fully qualified electrically (city & guilds/NVQ/Apprenticeship/equivalent)
  • Completed a recognised Electrical Apprenticeship (Preferred not Essential)
  • City and Guilds 236 Parts 1&2 OR equivalent 
  • City and Guilds 2382-15 18th Edition
  • Must have previous experience working in a building services/maintenance environment
  • Previous experience working in a critical environment is not essential but would be beneficial.
  • Previous BMS experience and computer literate is a must.
  • About Us

    We are one of the leading independent engineering and services businesses in the UK. Founded in 1921, with a turnover of £500m and 3000 employees, we are proud of our history of developing great people through our investment in training.

    Progression is something we value and we’ll make sure that when you join us you have a clearly defined development path, supported by regular reviews, training and ongoing support to enable you to be the best you can be.


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