Pay band is £32,478.00 - £44.868.00 and has an additional shift premium of 20%.
This is negotiable based upon skills and experience and will be discussed at interview.
This role is 42 hours per week; it's a shift work pattern of 14 x 12.5 hour shifts in every 28 day cycle.
You will be working a combination of day and night shifts:
Day shifts: 05:45 - 18:15
Night shifts: 17:45 - 06:15
What's the role about?
The site operates 24/7 with engineering presence on-site to provide structured planned preventative/remedial disciplines and reactive response to a complex building services infrastructure, supporting in excess of £150m of materials-handling automation equipment, constantly evolving with continued site development investment.
What you'll be doing:
As an Electrical Engineering Technician you will play a critical part in the operation of the site, providing technical presence on-site, working within building services, mechanical systems, MHE, HVAC, automation, power and data networks, to provide fault-diagnoses and remedial response confidently.
Carry-out technical planned preventative maintenance and reactive tasks, complying with H&S governance, legislation and institutional standards / SLAs.
Providing competent fault-finding and accurate fault diagnoses on electro-mechanical systems and building services with an ability to technically advise the leadership team or Head of Branch in the event of an emergency.
Collaborative working with automation project and repair teams to expedite working solutions.
Support with branch change-works and development projects.
Carry out operational processes to minimise business risk and loss.
Demonstrate flexibility by supporting other areas on campus.
Understand and use engineering infrastructure IT Systems.
What you'll already have:
Qualified to City & Guilds 2360 / 2330 Parts 1, 2 & 3, BTEC ONC / HNC, JIB Approved electrician or NVQ Level 3 equivalent.
City & Guilds Qualification in mechanical discipline or NVQ 6018 ‘Heating & Ventilation Industrial and Commercial Installations’.
City & Guilds 2391 Electrical Inspection & testing.
Working knowledge of BS7671, 18th Edition Electrical Installation Regulations & associated legislative standards, working knowledge of Building Regulations.
Ability to read electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic drawings and fault-find to component level.
Able to demonstrate experience in Building Environmental and Electrical Services including heating, ventilation, and air conditioning within the building services industry.
After becoming a Partner you’ll be entitled to:
20% Discount at Waitrose & Partners on the majority of products
25% Discount at John Lewis & Partners on the majority of products
12% Discount at John Lewis & Partners on electrical & white goods
Full access to our subsidised dining room serving hot and cold meals through the day
22 days paid holiday per year, increasing to 25 after 5 years service, 30 days after 10 years service (not including Bank Holidays)
Discounted holidays at our exclusive Partnerships hotels
VIP suites with discounted tickets at the O2 & Wembley arena
Generous discounts at numerous restaurants and bars
Exclusive days out for Partners and their families
Free on site parking
Free on site hot drinks & fruit
Why join us?
Being a Partner in the business makes you more than an employee, you’re a co-owner, giving you the opportunity to influence the way we work for the better. All of us have shared values and common goals and we work as a team to achieve these. As a John Lewis Partner, you’ll always have the support of your team, even when things don’t go to plan.
We occasionally close vacancies early in the event we receive a high volume of applications. Therefore, we recommend you apply early
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