Mechanical Technician – Success Profile
Carry out allocated planned and reactive maintenance, fault diagnosis and remedial repairs on building services mechanical engineering systems and associated equipment.
Able to work independently with minimal supervision where appropriate, or work as part of a team.
Quality of maintenance and repair services and safe working practices are paramount in carrying out the duties.
To be able to work alone with minimal supervision, or as part of a team.
Structure and reporting relationship Reports and takes instruction from the Mechanical Engineering Supervisor.
Carry out servicing plans, monitor, maintain, rectify and/or repair mechanical systems and services and update records on a daily basis.
Identify and assist with the procurement of materials and/or the fabrication of components and ensure repairs are carried out to approve standards.
Assist in monitoring utilities for collation of consumption figures, and update records as required.
Carry out the planned and reactive maintenance both internally and externally to the property’s mechanical services and equipment such as cooling systems, potable water systems, hot water systems and equipment, circulatory pumps, actuators, pipework, valves, control systems drainage etc.
Carry out maintenance and repair activities as directed by the Mechanical Supervisor and adhere to Risk Assessments and Standard Operating Procedures.
Conform to all necessary internal and/or external approvals before, during and after maintenance and repair work including Permit to Work and Lockout / Tag-out procedures.
Maintain up to date knowledge through technical training provided by the Supervisor / Engineer for the safe and efficient operation, maintenance and repair of all systems.
Ensure that plant rooms and work areas are tidy after completing works.
Ensure all assets and building structure are in good repair and painted to promote the aesthetics of the areas and also promote the professionalism of Serco
Participate in the Health, Safety & Risk programs including toolbox talks, health safety and environmental training related to work activities especially electrical safety and working at heights
Use safe systems of work when working with all building services Mechanical equipment.
Should be familiar in control system of mechanical equipment and as in when instructed by department manager and/or supervisor to perform control troubleshooting and identify the parts that are faulty and replace as required.
People and Culture
Participate in overtime, shift work and/or out of hours working as governed by the necessity to maintain continuity of operation of essential plant and systems.
Participate in emergency on-call service during non-working hours, weekends and public holidays.
Integrate and communicate effectively with other Mechanical technical staff and other trade staff (Electrical, Controls, BMS, HVAC, Civil and Cleaning) as required.
Carry out all other duties as directed by the line management to the benefit of the Serco FM services to the Client.
HSQE Responsibilities and Information Security Responsibilities
Attend all toolbox talks and safety briefings.
Adhere to all HSE requirements and Codes of Conduct of the company.
Adhere to all Risk Assessments / Method Statements to ensure safe working practices.
Exercise a personal duty of care for own and teams health, safety and welfare
Use safety equipment (including PPE) as required and intended
Lead by example and look at ways to conserve energy, water and resources and minimise the generation of waste through personal performance and raise recommendations on how to improve existing processes on this regard within/outside their departments through their Line Manager, Departmental Safety Meetings and any other appropriate available channels.
Essential technical and professional skills, knowledge and qualifications
At least five (5) years of experience with advanced knowledge in Mechanical building services systems and equipment in a commercial buildings or hospital or other facilities management building services engineering environment
Ideally a holder of Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or relevant Vocational training certificates of Mechanical building services.
At least a holder of High School Diploma.
Good English language skills both written and oral
Technically competent with a clear technical understanding of buildings mechanical services and associated equipment.
Proficient and able to demonstrate knowledge of mechanical planned maintenance and repair services.
Technically competent with good hand / eye skills and physically fit to be able to lift 25Kg with ease
Able to foster good relations with colleagues and other departments and be a good team player.
Flexibility, excellent attention to detail and ability to identify key issues.
Able to work under stringent deadlines and work in a high pressure environment.
Technical and safety awareness with a clear understanding of safety, permit to worksprocesses, procedures
Knowledge of the safe use of hand tool, power tools, test instruments, access and lifting equipment.