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Building and Pool Plant Technician (Public Sector)

Job Description


Building and Pool Plant Technician (Public Sector)

Are you looking for a Building and Pool Plant Technician (Public Sector) role? Interested in working for a large public body for a period of 3+ months with a possible extension.?

VANRATH are recruiting a Building and Pool Plant Technician (Public Sector) to be responsible and accountable for the day to day planning and co-ordination of the building elements, pool plant and technical equipment repairs and maintenance of Leisure Centre within the Waste & Building Services section.



Remuneration:
c£28,226 per annum, alongside holiday entitlement.

Responsibilities

  • Day to day supervision of the leisure centre Pool Plant Operative and also supervision and monitoring of technical contractors working in the facility.
  • Maintain and implement the planned maintenance programme for plant and technical systems.
  • Provide daily maintenance reports for the Senior Building and Pool Plant Technician
  • Assist the Senior Building and Pool Plant Technician with the implementation of a 10-year building maintenance plan in relation to the build fabric elements and plant in your facility.
  • Assist with any mechanical and electrical elements of in-house projects as required.
  • Carry out daily, weekly and monthly statutory and essential maintenance checks in the format already in operation within the department.
  • Carry out the monitoring and recording of all testing, checks and maintain an up to date building logbook.
  • Maintain the day-to-day running of the leisure centres Legionella Risk Management Programme.
  • Contribute to the leisure centre achievement of 'Quest' quality award for leisure.



The Ideal Person

Applicants must possess:

A mechanical or electrical qualification.

AND

Be able to demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples, that they have 2 years' experience in a mechanical and electrical environment, to include:

  • Delivery of a planned maintenance and repair programme for pool plant and technical systems.
  • Delivery of structured mandatory testing and legislative monitoring programmes.
  • Day-to-day running of a leisure centres Legionella Risk Management Programme.

Alternatively, consideration may be given to applicants who do possess a mechanical or electrical qualification and can demonstrate, by providing personal and specific examples, that they have 4 years' experience in a mechanical and electrical environment, to include:

  • Delivery of a planned maintenance and repair programme for plant and technical systems.
  • Delivery of structured mandatory testing and legislative monitoring programmes.
  • Day-to-day running of a Legionella Risk Management Programme.

AND

A Legionella Awareness Certificate

  • Knowledge of current legislation, inspection regimes and recording data in relation to Legionella.
  • Sound knowledge of Health and Safety legislation including risk assessments and COSHH.


For further information on this vacancy, or any other Built Environment job in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Chris Haddock in the strictest confidence.