|Job Ref:||204637134||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Docklands||Address:||Post Code:||E14||Salary:||£0 - £33000/annum Impressive||Post Date:||07/10/2016 02:23|
WATER TREATMENT ENGINEER |
30,000 - 33,000
Mon - Fri
An outstanding opportunity in the docklands area for a water treatment engineer to work for one of the top investment companies.
The role will ensure the quality of water used by the public and Staff in the building, through monitoring and management. You will be responsible for equipment, maintenance and plant.
You will work with third parties to ensure compliance with all legislation and guidance including ACOP L8, HSG 274 parts 1, 2 and 3 and will have good all round experience in water treatment and management of site based processes.
The individual will need to be a self-starter ensuring all works are completed to high standard and within a timely manner. A right first time approach is critical with focus on team work with the various trades within the building.
Service, Delivery and Quality
• Manage water treatment compliance log books for domestic water services, cooling towers and humidification systems
• Carryout critical control tasks (weekly monitoring) for domestic water services, cooling towers and humidification systems in line with HSG 274 guidance
• Assist with management of third party contractors.
• To complete all planned preventative maintenance (PPM) & reactive activities as required
• To achieve a prompt effective response to emergency situations being capable to diagnose issues and initiating action plans where applicable
• Ensure work is completed within the required timescales
• Regular review and monitoring of the CAFM system ensuring tasks are managed in line with contractual requirements and contract KPI's
• Effective communication with the helpdesk ensuring accurate information is maintained at all times
• Ensure that all relevant documentation is processed and systems are completed in a timely manner, notifying the line manager of any associated access issues
• Conduct work in accordance with current legislation, British Standards, Codes of Practice, Safe Systems of work and recognised industrial standards for such work, minimising damage to the fabric of the property