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Engineering Team Leader

London W8, £25k - £36k, Mon to Fri, 9am to 5pm / 8am to 4pm (flexibility required)
Date Added: May 13, 2019 Job Code: TDETLKG TDETLKG

We have  a vacancy for someone with strong all round building maintenance experience to work as Engineering Team Leader at a five star residence in Kensington.  Our client requires a very hands on Engineering Team Leader who is to be employed to carry out some of the planned and reactive maintenance works as well as oversee the daily engineering operations and facilities management contractors.  The Team Leader will be expected to manage two site engineers who cover 7 days per week.  The Team Leader will generally work Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm but some flexibility is needed from time to time as in one weekend every month you will expect to be the Duty Manager (then have two days off in return midweek).  Also flexibility on hours is needed depending on planned works and in the event of any reactive issues.

You will be reporting to the General Manager and be responsible for delivering a rolling programme of repairs and maintenance for the Building.  Duties will include ensuring that residents, visitors, staff and contractors are protected from health and safety hazards, undertaking electrical repairs and routine maintenance checks of all M&E equipment and machinery, also check all lights including emergency lights throughout the communal areas and car parks.   It will be very hands on and we need someone with good IT and good knowledge of BMS systems, M&E, Heating and Hot Water and Air Conditioning systems, and also swimming pools/spa facilities.   

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Tracy Dickenson

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