o Shall be responsible of the day to day running of boilers, ensuring all statutory checks and inspections are complete including e.g. BG01 and FGas requirements
o Act as the Authorised Person on site for High Risk Pressure Systems isolations and maintenance
o Ensuring boiler operational logs and kept, and record and investigate and trips and abnormalities
o Take daily boiler water samples, ensuring levels are within defined operating limits
o Take the lead on AHU filter changes
o Managing and monitoring of Steam Boiler chemical requirements as per Subcontractor recommendations, ensuring remedial actions are taken if required
o Ensuring operational logs are kept and record, and any trips or abnormalities are reported to the Senior Technician/Contract Manager
o Assist with the completion of L8 requirements, as directed in the Written Scheme
o Be available to respond to out of hour call out support if required
o Ensure all site logbooks are up to date, and subcontractor maintenances and services are recorded
o Ensure all core utilities are operated in the most cost efficient and safest manner at all times
o Manage the day to day running and operating of the core utilities, including planning both in house and subcontractor supported maintenance and defect investigations
o Performing planned maintenance according to the optimised PPM schedule using appropriate checklists and audits for system analysis
o Ensuring that the PPM and Reactive service requests follow the process of locating, diagnosing, adjusting, repairing faults (as required) and testing
o Undertaking programme of routine inspections, maintenance and functional testing, as per original asset systems and equipment manufacturers guidelines, design intent, OEM specifications, framework maintenance standards, Client operating requirements, SFG20, SSOW, HSE guidance, and statutory and regulatory requirements and industry best practice
o Responding to and rectifying all reactive maintenance service requests in accordance with the Response and Rectification Times
o Undertaking and completing routine and reactive attendance of the plant as necessary to optimise operational performance
o Ensuring all planned interruptions to service are effectively communicated and agreed with the Operations Team prior to commencing any works that have potential to impact production
o Ensuring all requirements for intrusive works are effectively planned and agreed with the Operations Team
o Ensuring a sufficient inventory of spares is kept for high turnover items, valves, seals, gaskets etc.
o Managing replenishment and disposal of lubricants and chemicals through the approved waste streams
o Undertaking and completing routine and reactive switching/changeover of plant as necessary to optimise operation without detriment to the Clients activities
o Managing and monitoring water hygiene requirements as per the specific risk assessment management plan
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o Training Apprenticeship in mechanical maintenance.
BOAS/BG01 training is desirable
Recognised Health and Safety Qualification, such as NEBOSH / IOSH would be advantageous
City & Guilds F-Gas qualification is desirable
o Experience of maintaining all relevant mechanical equipment to clearly defined criteria.
Good all round knowledge of general building works, diagnostic and repair procedures
Some experience of maintaining Boilers and steam generation would be desirable
o Aptitudes Good verbal communication and written English skills
o Character Committed to the delivery of excellent customer service
Calm manner, able to work under pressure
Able to make sound decisions
Physically fit and able to carry tools and components by hand up to 20kg
Able to ascend and descend vertical access equipment.
Able to work at heights.
o Circumstances Must be willing to provide holiday and sickness cover at short notice and be flexible in their working patterns
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