• Antrim Area Hospital
  • £ £13.12
  • Temporary
  • Electrical planner
  • darius.gruzauskas@premiere-agency.com

JOB SUMMARY:
The postholder will be a member of the Estate Services Department. The duties will normally be
carried out on a 5-day week basis.
The postholder may be required to work occasional overtime to meet the needs of the service.
The postholder will be required to participate in supervision utilising the Trust’s Work
Management System (Backtraq) including job planning and estimating.
The postholder will be part of a team and carry out work across a wide spectrum of trades and
disciplines.
The postholder will be required to carry out maintenance routines in line with his training and
experience, in addition to supervision, as and where required in the Northern Health and Social
Care Trust.
The postholder may be required to participate in an on-call rota for maintenance activities in line
with his/her training
KEY RESULT AREAS / MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES
 Act as team leader and co-ordinator. This will involve taking the lead in job planning,
development, liaison with Estate Officers and other Planner Supervisors.
 Carry out maintenance routines in line with own training and experience
 Efficiently and effectively organising resources including labour, transportation and materials
(including requisition, supply, deployment and security)
 Be responsible for satisfactory timekeeping and conduct of subordinate staff
 Ensuring acceptable standards of productivity and workmanship in the execution of
programmes of work

 Carry out measuring jobs using NHS work measured data, inspecting job locations, preparing
measurements and sketches
 Assisting on calculations needed for Estate Management.
 Assist in the operation of the Work Management System (MICADHD) and ensure that its
information is regularly updated
 Supervising maintenance and minor capital works projects
 Assist in the preparation, development and maintenance of Estate Services plans and records
including drawings, operational manuals, product manuals and maintenance schedules
 Observing statutory and other relevant requirements in particular those related to health and
safety
 Fulfilling the relevant duties outlined as best practice in Health Technical Memoranda
 Referring and reporting to immediate superior as required
 Liaising with other disciplines
 Utilising time not spent on supervisory duties and estimating duties on craftwork
 Co-operate within a versatile building and engineering maintenance team
 Comply with Estates operational systems and quality assurance procedures
 Participation in the provision of an on-call system in accordance with the locally negotiated
agreement
 Assist in the development and maintenance of the Estate Services Asset Register using
computer based systems
 Participation in the scheduling of planned maintenance
 Assist Senior Officers in the planning and costing of minor work and capital schemes
 Maintain accurate and up to date records of portable appliance and fixed electrical installation
testing making fullest use of software packages intended for use with automated test apparatus
 Taking charge of other areas of work to provide holiday, sickness, study leave and absence
cover for other supervisors
 Performance of any other duties which may be assigned from time to time by Senior Officers
 Acting as team leader and co-ordinator. This will involve taking the lead in job planning,
development, liaison with Estate Officers and other Planner Supervisors

 Efficiently and effectively organising resources including labour, transportation and materials
(including requisition, supply, deployment and security)
 Be responsible for satisfactory timekeeping and conduct of subordinate staff

Please only apply if you meet Essential Criteria

ESSENTIAL CRITERIA
SECTION 1: The following are ESSENTIAL criteria which will initially be measured
at shortlisting stage although may also be further explored during the interview/selection
stage. You should therefore make it clear on your application form whether or not you
meet these criteria. Failure to do so may result in you not being shortlisted. The stage
in the process when the criteria will be measure is stated below.
Factor Criteria Method of
assessment

Experience

Qualifications/
Registration

4 years post apprenticeship
experience, 3 years of which must
have been spent on the
maintenance on complex electrical
engineering systems
Applicants must possess a BTEC
National Certificate in Electrical and
Electronic Engineering
AND
an Electrical recognised and
registered CITB or BITB
apprenticeship
OR
Electrical approved Company
Apprenticeship
OR
City and Guilds Electrical Installation
2360 – Part 2 / 3
OR
City and Guilds Electrical & Electronic
Servicing NVQ 2 & 3
OR
Equal or equivalent formal

Shortlisting by Application
Form

qualifications in electrical/electronic
discipline

Other Hold a current full driving licence
which is valid for use in the UK and
have access to a car on appointment.
This criteria will be waived in the case
of applicants whose disability prohibits
driving but who have access to a form
of transport approved by the Trust
which will permit them to carry out the
duties of the post.

Shortlisting by Application
Form

SECTION 2: The following are ESSENTIAL criteria which will be measured during
the interview/selection stage.
Skills/Abilities Willing to work shifts if required
Willing to participate in an on-call rota
Willing to work overtime when
required

Interview

Knowledge Knowledge of electrical & mechanical

distribution systems.
Knowledge of building maintenance
Knowledge of supervisory7 skills and
job planning / maintenance planning.
Knowledge of Health & Safety at work.

 

This post is for 3 Months with possible extension

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