Overview

Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Electrical Maintenance Engineer
Location: HMP Bure, Norwich, Norfolk, NR10 5GB
Salary: £36K – £39K per annum
Contract: Full time, Permanent
We are Gov Facility Service Ltd, a non-profit company owned entirely by the Ministry of Justice, supplying facilities management services to 50 prisons over the South and East of the UK with an employee count of 1400.
GFSL is a Ministry of Justice owned non -profit making company who supply facilities management services to c50 prisons over the South of the UK.
Most of the works we undertake are within controlled areas and support the safe operation of the prisons.
Having formed in February 2018, GFSL has prospered in supplying quality services to all of its establishments. With a staff count of c1400 we strive to be the FM employer of choice.
We are looking for an exceptional Electrical Maintenance Engineer who can demonstrate the following skills an experience:
* A minimum of 2 years’ experience of working in a role as a HVAC Engineer, or a refrigeration engineer in a multi-skilled role.
* C&G 6187 – Refrigeration and Air Conditioning. and NVQ level 3 Diploma in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning or equivalent.
* C&G 2079 – Refrigerant Handling.
* C&G 2367 or 2357 (Electrical Installation) and NVQ level 3 in Electrical Installations or equivalent.
* Must have a certificate in BS7671 – The Requirements For Electrical Installations, 17th or 18th Edition.
Experience of working on commercial or industrial heating and water systems is desirable.
Your day to day duties will include, but not be limited to:
* The maintenance, installation and repair of air conditioning and refrigeration systems within the prison estate in line with the sites maintenance requirements
* Taking accountability for general reactive maintenance within the prison estate in line with the sites long term goals and objectives
* The maintenance, installation and repair of electrical systems within the prison estate in line with the sites maintenance requirements
* Taking accountability for general reactive maintenance within the prison estate in line with the sites long term goals and objectives
* To fault find and ensure satisfactory fault rectification maintaining site services levels at all times
* To take accountability for reactive maintenance within the prison estate in line with the sites long term goals and objectives
* To comply with all Health and Safety policies, procedures and legislation to ensure statutory and mandatory compliance
* To positively contribute to the building and development of a culture of excellent customer service, establishing and maintaining an excellent working relationship with the client
Why join us?
* In addition to the below we have been identified as key workers during the Covid-19 pandemic, due to the critical work that we undertake to maintain the prison estate, and so the stability and security that we offer to employees is even more relevant than ever *
You will be joining a core part of the public sector, and as a government employee can be assured of the job security and stability that the volatile private sector simply can’t provide.
You will have a consistent place of work, a supportive team around you, and be valued for your skill and experience, rather than forced to focus on profit margins for shareholders.
If you are successful, you will be offered a competitive salary along with 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) and entry into our pension scheme from day one.
If this sounds like the perfect role for you and you’d like to find out more then please apply today and we’ll be in touch.
National Security vetting requirements, for working within the Prison Estate – Successful applicants will need to confirm their employment history for at least 5 years prior to the date of application so that pre-employment checks can be undertaken. If you have spent significant time abroad (a total of 6 months in the past 5 years) you would be required to give a reasonable account.
No agencies please