Electrical Shift Engineer (CNI Engineer)
Warwick , United Kingdom
Date published: 11-Nov-2020
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As a Shift Engineer, you will be responsible for the Operation, Maintenance and repair of Critical and Non-Critical M&E Assets. Your tasks will include, but not limited to, the following:
- Carry out all In-House Maintenance (PPM & Reactive)
- Undertake site walk rounds once per shift checking the status of all critical plant.
- Carry out repairs to assets as required.
- Comply with contract requirements reference SLA’s & KPI’s.
- Be able to analyse Method statements and risk assessments, both internal and external, to ensure a safe working environment.
- Produce Risk assessments and Method Statements for planned and reactive Works.
- Control Specialist Service Providers planned maintenance
- Carry out Isolations where necessary to ensure Safe Working in line with CBRE Safe Systems of Work Policies and procedures.
- Carry out Site inductions.
- Gather data for capacity monitoring, asset life cycle replacement plans, projects and monthly reports.
- Carry out water treatment tasks
- Update the Site Log System as necessary to maintain compliance.
- Ensure compliance with CBRE and Client systems, policies and procedures
- Perform sanitation & sewage tasks when necessary.
- Install Minor Electrical Installations
- Carry out Initial verification and testing and certification of own installation.
- Carry out fault finding and repair on "Complex" electrical distribution systems
- Carry out fault finding on control systems
- Carry Out fault finding on HVAC Systems
Critical tasks - Your tasks will include, but not limited to, the following:
- Comply with DCS Shield Processes
- Operate IT electronic Systems as necessary
- Upload evidence of completed worksheets and certificates
- Comply with site Emergency and Standard Operating Procedures
- Complete scenario training exercises when requested.
- Carry out emergency switching of assets to ensure security of site and operations.
- Support Client with critical Incidents, escalations and communications.
- Be a frontline Interface with the Client Property and IT teams ensuring any Change Control System on site is utilised and abided by.
Authorisations & Permits
As a Shift Engineer, you will be responsible for ensuring that Safe Systems of Work are followed to ensure the safety of all personnel on site. The role will require you to be certified as an Authorised Person Low Voltage (AP LV) to enable you to issue one or more of the following Permits:
- Permit to Work – Low Voltage
- Permit to Work – Minor Work / Access
- Permit to Work – Fire System Isolation
- Permit to Work – General Work
- Permit to Work – Hot Work
- Permit to Work – Excavations
- Sanction to Test – Electrical Work
- Authorisation – Limitation of Work Area Access.
Training will be provided and competency assessed to allow appointment. It is a primary requirement of the role to perform AP Duties when requested and failure to meet the required standard would deem you unsuitable for the role.
Minimum Qualifications for the role:
- Work experience in a Critical Environment.
- Full UK Driving Licence
- 18th Edition (Latest BS7671 Edition Wiring Regulations)
- C&G 2391 OR C&G 2079 (F-Gas)
- Any one of the following qualification sets
- Approved Electrical Installation Apprenticeship
- NVQ level 3
- City & Guilds 2351
- City & Guilds 2330 Levels two and three
- City & Guilds 2360 Levels two and three
- City & Guilds 2360 (parts one and two) PLUS the AM2
Preferably but not essential:
- BS23 Legionella Control (L8)
- Completed (LV Authorised Person Course)
- Confined Space Training
- Must be able to demonstrate experience and competence for working in a critical Data Centre environment – Level of expertise will be assessed during the interview.
- Must understand the configuration and Operation of UPS’s, Generators and Switching Systems.
- Familiarity with Statutory & HSE compliance
- Understanding of predictive maintenance methods