To ensure that specified equipment and facilities within the Terminal Building and Satellites operate effectively to enable the delivery of a high quality, reliable service to passengers, tenants and other internal / external customers, through effective and efficient electrical maintenance of airport assets. This includes completion of work in accordance with prevailing MAG processes & contributing towards the continuous improvement of the maintenance service.
Undertake planned or reactive maintenance work on STAL facilities ensuring optimum serviceability which meets agreed service levels and provides a trouble free operational environment, applying the skills and knowledge required for the task. This includes inspecting assets which are not working as needed, assessing & reporting what work is required and undertaking that work.
Carry out tasks which require in depth technical competence in electrical engineering or minor work in other disciplines which you have the skills to do.
Use prevailing MAG IT and work management systems (for example MAXIMO) as required. This includes receiving & closing down work orders and entering accurate data. Use maintenance system data to understand individual, team & asset performance.
Ensure that all engineering and operating records are updated to meet business, regulatory & manufacturer requirements.
Operate and promote working practices which ensure a safe working environment for self and others, contributing to the development of a safety culture and adhering to mandatory regulations & safety procedures.
Engage proactively in any work associated with delivering performance improvements within the Terminal facilities environment.
Communicate effectively with customers and building maintenance team colleagues on the progress of completing work.
Work with others, including colleagues on a one to one basis to help them learn.
Proactively upgrade skills to facilitate the maintenance and operation of new assets being delivered into service to ensure that they are maintained in a manner which keeps them performing at an appropriate level.
Knowledge, Skills & Experience
City and Guilds part 1 and 2 minimum
NVQ 2/3 Electrical Engineering
Fully conversant with 17th Edition IEE regs
Demonstrable experience of providing electrical facilities maintenance in a complex, busy environment
Full and assessed knowledge of any relevant National or MAG regulations or standards
Completion of relevant & related skills training
Meets the requirements of the competence assessment process
Understanding of Basic HVAC is desirable but not essential