Electrical Maintenance Engineers (Electrician)
The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) is currently recruiting permanent Electrical Maintenance Engineers to work within our prisons across Scotland. We currently have vacancies in the following locations: Edinburgh, Glasgow and Bishopbriggs however we will consider applications for other locations across Scotland. You can access details of our Prison locations here.
Whilst carrying out an engineering role within the SPS, you will play a key role in designing, maintaining, repairing and installing systems on the varied SPS Estate whilst enjoying the range of benefits we offer including job security, generous annual leave entitlement (34 days rising to 42 days after 5 years), a choice of two high quality pension schemes, as well as free gym access and discounts at a number of high street stores and restaurants.
You will support the Technical Manager in all aspects of Estates work, to provide a comprehensive repairs and maintenance service for electrical and electronic systems such as CCTV, locking, Building Management Systems (BMS), heating and ventilation systems
Please note that there will be a requirement to periodically work on call hours for which an allowance will be paid. Overtime may also be available based on business need, although frequency cannot be guaranteed.
For further information on the assessment process and pay and benefits, please refer to the 'Important Candidate Information' and 'Pay and Benefits Statement' documents below.
SPS recruitment and selection practice is based on the fundamentals of our Behavioural Competency Framework. This identifies behaviours and standards required both of applicants seeking to join us, and our staff in their respective roles. Assessment of specific behaviours, of which there are twelve, will be determined by the role you are applying for. Whilst it is unlikely you will be assessed on all of them , you will be assessed on these identified as key to role.
Have completed a recognised apprenticeship in an electrical/electronic discipline.
(To include a minimum of an SVQ level 2 and a National Certificate or equivalents, such as City and Guilds)
Hold a current electrical qualification in electrical installations, for example BS 7671 or City & Guilds 2382.
Training will be provided in 18th Edition Regulations however applicants must be willing to work towards and successfully achieve.
Have experience in inspection and testing on electrical systems and installations in an industrial/commercial environment.
Be multi skilled and have experience of other Estates maintenance and repair tasks such as mechanical and building works maintenance and repairs or be willing to develop these skills.
Full driving licence that enables the person to drive in the UK, however SPS is willing to consider proposals put forward by applicants to carry out the duties by any other means.
Sound knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation, Safe Systems of Work and contingency planning.
Ability to interpret and work from drawings, instructions and specifications.
Basic working knowledge of IT systems and packages that include Outlook and Internet Explorer.
Self motivated with the ability to make decisions and resolve problems within clearly defined parameters.