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Critical Environment Lead-Shift

Singapore , Singapore

Ref#: 27238

Date published: 4-Jul-2019

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  • Supervision of the operation, maintenance and repair of all Critical Environment (CE) systems while maintaining 100% uptime to all critical power systems
  • Adherence to all quality, health & safety, and environmental policies within the CE domain
  • Coordinate ongoing maintenance and CE activities within the Data Centres.
  • Ensure all subcontractors are inducted and permitted to work within the CE domain. Review subcontractor method statements, risk assessments, and MSDS to ensure compliance with site health & safety and operating procedures
  • Fully conversant with the Emergency Response Plan, CE EOPs, and act as the FOC liaison with the SOC during site emergencies
  • Ensure that the FOC is monitored and manned at all times and that EPMS, BMS, and Fire System alarms are responded to in a timely manner
  • Complete scheduled PMs and ensure all other CE Technicians carry out their scheduled PMs in a timely manner
  • Update and log all activities and time on CMMS
  • Issue a daily Shift Handover report via email detailing activities and issues that have taken place and that require escalation
  • Attend and minute the CE weekly planning meeting. Circulate minutes to the CE Team on the same day
  • Provide input into and develop site specific procedures including EOPs, SOPs, MOPs, Aps and EOP Drills
  • Carry out annual appraisals for all your team as tasked by management.
  • Carry out Toolbox talks once every shift rotation
  • Complete a minimum of 1 drill per month with at least one drill involving the CE Day team and/or Security team
  • Ensure that the FOC, library, and FAC Workshop are clean and tidy at all times
  • Adhere to and drive your shift team to achieve acceptable scores on the team KPI scorecard
  • Report health and safety breaches through the ‘HAZARD’ process
  • Be fully familiar with site escalation procedures and the Abnormal Incident Reporting(AIR) process


  • Technical Certificate or Diploma in Mechanical/ Electrical Engineering
  • 5 or more years of experience, preferably in critical environment
  • Hold a Microsoft CET3 certification or achieve it within 3 months of assuming the role, or have suitable comparable critical environment certification and/or experience.