Technician - Asset Management

Additional Information:

My client is currently seeking Electricians, Mechanical Fitters and Plumbers to work as multi-skilled maintenance technicians as part of our Asset Management Team for a large site in North Dublin. There are currently vacancies in the 24/7 shift teams. the shifts are as follows:

– 4 days on 4 days off

– 2 days, 2 nights

– 12 hour shifts, 7am to 7pm & 7pm to 7am

The purpose of the Teams is the customer centric maintenance and upkeep of all of the building fabric, MEP services and specialist systems on site. The successful candidates will be supported to develop all of the requisite skillsets to flourish as a highly skilled Asset Management technician.

Department Overview:

Asset Management forms part of the wider infrastructure within the companies organisation. The sole purpose of this department and team is to maintain and care for the assets of the company.

The Opportunity:

Reporting to the relevant Asset Management Team Lead the primary focus of this role is to operate and maintain all systems and assets. At the core of this role is the safe provision of effective planned and reactive maintenance to support the various engineering systems and equipment assigned to each technician & team. Work is delivered through key performance indicators to facilitate the successful operation of the clients asset base.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Complete reactive maintenance and repairs on all asset types as directed by the Team Lead and where competent to do so.
  • Work in a cross functional & multi skilled environment to support, operate and maintain all company assets.
  • Demonstrate excellent and prompt communication on system issues both within Asset Management and among other stakeholders, internal and external.
  • Maintaining a clean & healthy work environment in all asset areas (cleaning, vacuuming, removal of waste, used lamps, filters etc.)
  • Produce and maintain comprehensive, timely, records and documentation to support asset performance metrics and ensure equipment/system availability targets are achieved.
  • Maximise the use of all technologies, including full use of real time mobile technologies. e.g. phones, tablets, laptops, PDA etc.
  • Use of CMMS for the generation and recording of all planned, reactive, and arising corrective works. Including recording of timecards, escalations, and full completion of the appropriate workflows, in an effort to improve the performance of the system’s reliability and our processes.
  • Delegate & back fill in other work groups/teams as required.
  • Support cost effective and customer focused maintenance solutions.
  • Safe & competent operation of engineering related equipment as required.
  • Promote, report on and participate in a positive H&S culture, participate in all initiatives, audits, incident reporting and safety checks and actively challenge those who would negatively impact on our H&S and quality standards.
  • Attend toolbox talks and safe work procedure briefings.
  • Provide support and participate in all continuous improvement projects and trials on behalf of asset management.
  • Participate in all training required, either internal or external to the company, ensure competence and compliance standards are met, surpassed and sustained.
  • Participate in completion, development & review of standards, documentation, reporting and work methods across Asset Management.
  • Take full responsibility for inventory usage ensuring adherence to the associated procedures.
  • Escorting of various contractors as directed by the Team Lead or asset management.

Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • – Relevant technical qualification (National Craft Certificate/Standards Based Apprenticeship) in mechanical or electrical discipline or equivalent.

    – Given the variety of asset types across the property, experience of all or some of the following systems is desirable:

    Conveyors systems, automation, Building Service Systems (mech and/or Elec, Life safety, HVAC, Security, Public health systems etc.)

     

    • Appropriate and recognised technical qualification.
    • Demonstrates an understanding of the building services operations & associated
    • Strong communication skills both written and (for H&S reasons, Fluent English language skills are essential due to the nature of radio communications within the buildings and campus).
    • Computer literate (can demonstrate competency in Microsoft office).
    • Proven track record of excellent team working/interpersonal
    • Provide full flexibility in terms of hours of work, shift patterns, out of hours call in and remote technical support.
    • Must be a team player & committed to the companies values
    • Practical, logical aptitude for electrical & mechanical systems maintenance.
    • Excellent practical demonstrable fault finding and trouble-shooting capability.
    • Hold and maintain a full clean driving licence.

     

    If you are interested in applying for the above position, or would like some more information, please forwad a copy of your CV to for consideration.

 
*NB: All applicants CVS will be reviewed and should your skillset match our client’s requirements, we will contact you via email / mobile.  We are also happy to consider you for other open opportunities within Firstaff.  If however, you object to us holding your data on file, please acknowledge via email by return.
 
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