Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Location
Edinburgh, Glasgow and Bishopbriggs
Salary
£23,373 per annum
Posted
23 May 2019
Closes
14 Jun 2019
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Electrical Maintenance Engineer Opportunities

Location: Various across Scotland

Salary: Up to £23,373 plus annual supplement of £3,000, both dependant on qualifications, skills and experience. Our Engineers also receive an on-call allowance and the opportunity to work overtime as required. SPS provide all tools and equipment.

Duration: Permanent

The Scottish Prison Service (SPS) is currently recruiting permanent Electrical Maintenance Engineers to work within our prisons across Scotland. We currently have vacancies in the following locations: Edinburgh, Glasgow and Bishopbriggs, however will consider applications for other locations across Scotland.

Whilst carrying out an Engineering role within the SPS, you will play a key role in designing, maintaining, repairing and installing systems on the varied SPS Estate whilst enjoying the range of benefits we offer including job security, generous annual leave entitlement (34 days rising to 42 days after 5 years), a choice of two high quality pension schemes, as well as free gym access and discounts at a number of high street stores and restaurants.

Our Electrical Maintenance Engineers support our Technical Managers in providing a comprehensive repairs and maintenance service for electrical and electronic systems such as CCTV, locking systems, Building Management Systems (BMS), heating and ventilation systems throughout each prison. We will invest in your development to allow you to learn and apply new skills which can include development into management roles.

To carry out this role you must have completed a recognised apprenticeship and hold a current electrical qualification in electrical installations, for example BS7671 or C&G2382.

The successful candidate will also have experience in inspection and testing on electrical systems and installations in an industrial/commercial environment and will be able to demonstrate sound knowledge of Health and Safety Legislation, Safe Systems of Work and contingency planning.

Closing date for applications by CV is 14th June 2019.

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