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Fabric Engineer

Mobile Fabric Engineer-Central Belt-£30,000 PA

CBW are looking for an experienced fabric engineer to join a leading facilities company carrying out maintenance across the Central Belt.

You must have similar FM experience as a fabric engineer or joiner background.

Below are more details on this excellent opportunity.

Key responsibilities:

  • To work as part of the Mobile Support Team supplying Building and Fabric competency to
    external clients.
  • To carry out Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM), including Reactive Maintenance and
    extra works/emergencies in accordance with the contract requirements on Building Fabric
    Services.
  • To be trained as an Authorised Person and to issue Permits to Work where required
  • To have an understanding of Fire Regulations and guidelines in respect to carrying out tasks
  • Strong knowledge and understanding of the building trades.

    The works will cover a wide
    variety such as relaying slabs/coping stones, replacing brickwork, blockwork and repointing.
  • Minor render repairs.

    Attention to detail is essential.
  • Basic joinery skills repairing doors and windows, basic plumbing and electrics.

    General
    handyman tasks such as tiling, painting & decorating.
  • Control and monitor stock in accordance with SPIE’s stock control procedures
  • Inspection and recording of company supplied plant and equipment.

    Includes signing in/out
    centrally held equipment
  • To undertake minor project works to the Building fabric.
  • To provide a high level of Building Fabric technical and hands on support in the provision of
    our service delivery and the daily communication with our clients
  • Working as a key part of the Mobile Support Team, and key interface with Facilities
    Maintenance Clients.
  • To carry out allocated PPM in accordance with set schedules, ensuring fabric standards are
    maintained in order to maximise the operational effectiveness and reliability of the building
    fabric.
  • Adherence to set engineering standards in accordance with Health and Safety at Work Act
    (HASAWA) requirements.
  • To ensure onsite Quality Assurance procedures are adhered to in all respects and to maintain
  • To respond in a prompt and effective manner to all reactive fabric maintenance issues and
    help desk requests associated with building fabric issues.
  • To co-ordinate visiting specialist sub-contractors associated with mechanical/fabric aspects of
    the PPM schedules.
Benefits:

  • Up to 30K salary PA
  • 33 days holiday
  • Birthday off
  • Private healthcare
  • Pension
  • Childcare vouchers
  • Gym membership discount