Technical Manager (Mechanical) - Low Moss
The role of Technical Manager (Mechanical) is responsible for leading a team of Maintenance Engineers and administrators, managing team workload to ensure the prison estate is maintained. Your role will be to plan and direct engineers to carry out reactive and planned preventative maintenance for all systems and plant, including plumbing, gas, heating and ventilation and Building Energy Management System (BEMS).
Other opportunities may arise in the near future in other locations, therefore should there be a reserve list created, further offers may made to other vacant posts.
Lead a team of Maintenance Engineers and Administrators, managing team workload and monitoring and supporting the progress of planned preventative maintenance (PPM) and repair tasks.
Through the development and delivery of appropriate training and support, develop internal capacity and skill; empowering engineers to make confident and appropriate engineering decisions.
Ensure all finances are managed in line with budget and designated authority spending levels.
Ensure health and safety considerations are taken into account when planning and executing works by the team. Manage risk assessments, method statements and permits to work.
You will be responsible for managing, monitoring and reporting on the performance of local and national maintenance contracts.
You will undertake complex technical fault finding and ensure that all works comply with the relevant legislation including Building and Fire Regulations, Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment regulations (LOLER) and gas regulations.
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 in Engineering Services (mechanical) or plumbing or heating and ventilation.
For example SVQ level 3 or City and Guilds Level 3 and a National Certificate (or equivalent) in Engineering Services (mechanical) or plumbing or heating and ventilation.
You will hold a current gas qualification.
Have completed an HNC in an engineering subject or prepared to work towards one with full support from the SPS if required.
ESTATES MAINTENANCE EXPERIENCE
Experience of mechanical, gas, plumbing, heating and ventilation maintenance and repair work and also a willingness to develop a new skills in electrical and building maintenance. This includes experience of providing support, advice and direction to others in carry out installation works or complex mechanical repairs.
Proven IT skills within a maintenance environment.
A 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.
KNOWLEDGE OF LEGISLATION
Sound knowledge of relevant legislation including Health & Safety, Safe Systems of Work, Building and Fire Regulations, Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment regulations (LOLER) and gas regulations.
PLANNING AND PRIORITISING
Evidence of your excellent organisational skills, demonstrating your ability to prioritise, forward plan and manage competing demands to ensure outputs are delivered on time.
BUILDING AND MAINTAINING RELATIONSHIPS
Evidence of your ability to foster effective working relationships with a range of stakeholders and influence others to achieve desired outcomes.
PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING
Evidence of your excellent problem solving skills and your ability to provide practical and creative solutions to a range of resourcing issues.
This opportunity is closed to applications.