Multi Site Support Engineer

Location UK / Belfast

Job Type Permanent full-time

Salary Negotiable

Updated 2 days ago

Reference 1432938

 Job Description

The role of the Engineer is to operate and maintain all site main utilities within a multi-site based team, and to carry out, within competency levels, maintenance, fault finding and repair on a range of plant systems and equipment, with a focus on HVAC and refrigeration


Multi Site Support Engineer 

Location: Belfast  

Duration: Permanent

 

Background: 

Veolia is Ireland’s leading environmental services company. We provide a comprehensive range of energy, waste and water solutions and are dedicated to carbon reduction, protecting the environment and building the circular economy. www.veolia.ie

 

Overview of the role: 

The role of the Engineer is to operate and maintain all site main utilities within a multi-site based team, and to carry out, within competency levels, maintenance, fault finding and repair on a range of plant systems and equipment, with a focus on HVACand refrigeration  

 

Day to day of the role:

  • Manage planned preventative maintenance

  • Routine servicing and inspection of mechanical plant, electrical equipment and instrumentation within the portfolio, through an approved sub contractor base. Review of Sub-Contractor planned maintenance records

  • Follow up remedial works to be highlighted to line managers for action

  • Ensure that proper authorizations are obtained for all Works, including outside contract works, with line managers and clients. 

  • To safely operate and maintain all utilities under Veolia’s control, ensuring service delivery is supplied to the client under contract KPIs. 

  • Must be able to demonstrate a sound knowledge of all systems within the building services environment with a focus on Compressed Air, Steam Boiler and Refrigeration 

  • Respond to the requests of operations by carrying out tasks associated with Breakdowns

  • Provide effective feed back to the Line Manager to ensure that they are aware of any Facilities/ System/ Equipment/ Site Engineering abnormalities

  • Provide absence and holiday cover within the wider team as required. Follow all Health & Safety and Environmental requirements that are defined on work instructions or communicated in training

  • Follow required emergency procedures as documented and to respond accordingly during emergency situations

  • Write up engineering procedures for the equipment for which you are responsible

  • Management of F Gas register for multiple sites ensuring all logs are audit ready

  • Complete HVAC, Refrigeration & Control maintenance. Report all accidents, occupational illnesses and emergencies

  • To take responsibility for defects and follow up on any repairs. To be self-motivated and proactively seek out work

  • Host & induct specialist sub-contractors, and ensure they conform to site requirements

  • Formulate and review risk assessments and method statements

  • Act as a point of contact for Helpdesk calls. As directed by Line Manager, undertake tasks not listed above, but for which you have the skills, knowledge or competency, to perform effectively in a safe manner

 

Required skills for this role:

  • Commercial Refrigeration installation and maintenance

  • NVQ Level2/3 in HVAC Industrial Refrigeration (Ammonia (Nh3) plant) highly desirable

  • FGas and Ammonia Handling Certification desirable 

  • Trade qualification in Electrical/Mechanical with a formal qualification (ONCIOND) or above in a related engineering discipline

  • Full Driving License 

  • NEBOSH/IOSH desirable 

  • Knowledge of ISO management systems ISO 9001, 14000 and 18001 

 

Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland 

 

If you are a non – EU/EEA national, you will require current and valid permission to work and reside in the Republic of Ireland. 

 

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