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Repair and Maintenance Officer (Plumbing)
£26,421 - £28,770 a year | Permanent
- Job title:
- Repair and Maintenance Officer (Plumbing)
- Housing and Property
- Closing date:
- 28/11/2023 10:00
- Job type/Hours:
- Permanent | 37 Hour
- £26,421 - £28,770 a year
- Pay Scale:
Gwynedd Council offers an attractive employment package, for more information please click on this link https://www.gwynedd.llyw.cymru/en/Council/Jobs/Working-for-us.aspx
Gwynedd Council operates internally through the medium of Welsh, and offers all its services bilingually. The applicant will be required to reach the linguistic level noted as one of the essential skills in the Person Specification.
We encourage everyone who applies for a job with Gwynedd Council to submit job applications in Welsh or bilingually. (Applications submitted in English only or Welsh only will always be treated equally, but we ask applicants to consider carefully what the linguistic requirements of the job in question is and if it would be more appropriate to submit an application in Welsh.)
For further information about this post contact Gwenan Fflur Roberts on (01286) 679226
Application forms and further details available from Support Service, Gwynedd Council, Council Offices, Caernarfon, LL55 1SH Tel: 01286 679076 E-Mail: Swyddi@gwynedd.llyw.cymru
CLOSING DATE: 10.00 AM, 28/11/2023
If you are successful to be short listed for an interview you will be contacted by E-MAIL using the address provided on your application form. You need to ensure that you check your email regularly.
RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING
A recognised qualification in commercial plumbing equivalent to level 3 or higher or time served qualified.
Full driving license.
Expertise in more than one discipline (e.g plumbing and gas installations)
Experience in dealing with reactive calls in property repairs and maintenance.
Experience of working on various sites (e.g. schools, leisure centres, residential homes, libraries etc)
SPECIALIST SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
Strong awareness of relevant legislation and regulations relating to plumbing works.
Clear awareness of relevant rules and regulations relating to health and safety.
Posses basic specialist knowledge of other areas such as energy conservation, civil engineering or electrical/mechanical installations.
The ability to work alone.
Possess clear and appropriate communication techniques for various situations.
The ability to establish good working relationships with customers, other agencies, co-workers and contractors.
An organised person who can prioritise what is important to the customer.
The ability to self motivate and to motivate others.
The ability to work to a tight schedule and respond to instructions thoroughly and on time.
The ability to communicate fluently in Welsh and English
JOB TITLE Repairs and Maintenance Officer (Plumbing) GRADE S1
DEPARTMENT Corporate Property Unit SERVICE Environment UNIT Repair and Maintenance and Energy
RESPONSIBLE TO: Repair and Maintenance and Energy Manager
JOB PURPOSE Support the Council's site managers to solve buildings’ problems by carrying out plumbing repair and maintenance works.
RESPONISBILITY FOR RESOURCES (e.g. staff, finance, equipment)
Personal Protective Clothing & Equipment
Tools and Equipment (drill, hand tools etc)
MAIN DUTIES AND KEY TASKS
1. Implement a system for repairing plumbing systems that have broken or need maintenance in the Council’s buildings.
2. Accept calls and time plans for work from repairs and maintenance customer officers.
3. Ensure that we do what is important to the customer, concentrating on tasks which give value.
4. Implement arrangements for collecting evidence for demand and on the way we deal with it by collecting evidence from buildings’ representatives, contractors and others who could contribute to the task.
5. Enquiring diligently and comprehensively to fully understand the problems and circumstances of completing the task.
6. Deal with applications for usual work derived from periodic service reports.
7. Advise workers on site on what to do when problems arise with buildings.
8. Interpret information and decide on the best course of action.
9. Follow the Council’s guidelines for commissioning and managing contractors.
10. Use support which adds value if you do not have the skills and information to answer the enquiry yourself.
11. Record correct, clear and current information on the Council’s system.
12. Collect and report feedback from contractors and customers.
13. Act upon evidence to improve and develop the system and change the nature of the demand.
14. Recognise obstacles to providing an effective and cost effective service and support the system Leader to remove the obstacles.
15. Ensure that quality is a core part of every step of the work.
16. Take decisions based on specialist advice on the work.
17. Operate in a safe manner and conform with health and safety regulations, the Council's policies and risk management plans.
18. Responsibility for personal development
19. Ensure compliance with Health and Safety rules in the workplace in accordance with the responsibilities noted in the Health and Safety in the Workplace Act 1974 and the Council’s Health and Safety Policy.
20. Work within the Council’s policies and procedures concerning equal opportunities and equality.
21. Undertake any other duties considered appropriate and reasonable that correspond to the job’s salary and responsibility level.
22. Responsibility for managing information in accordance with the Council’s information management standards and guidelines. Ensure that personal information is dealt with in accordance with Data Protection statute.
SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES (e.g. the need to work anti social hours, special working arrangements etc)
The post holder may be required to work occasional unsocial hours, eg during specific operations on weekends, bank holidays and may be required to work additional hours or changing work patterns in order to ensure that sufficient resources are available to satisfy the demands of the job.