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Estates Maintenance Craftsperson Specialist (Electrical)

Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust
£27,055 to £32,934 a year per annum
Closing date
1 Jun 2023

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Other Health Profession
Band 5
Contract Type
Full Time
Job summary

We are currently looking to recruit to the above position within the Trust's small in-house maintenance and grounds service. You would be working at a variety of NHS premises throughout Sheffield including in and outpatient facilities, providing an excellent customer service and a high standard of maintenance.

This opportunity would suit a time served Electrical Craftsperson and who has the aptitude, knowledge and skills to work on a vast array of Electrical infrastructure and equipment within the Estate.The post holder will be expected to undertake unsupervised installation, fault diagnosis, pre planned maintenance and repairs to a wide scope of building services, engineering plant and associated equipment. A flexible approach and willingness to learn new skills is essential in this varied role.

Your positive attitude and capacity to work well within a team will ensure your success

You must be able to work alone without direct supervision, as well as working as a team member when required. Supervision of other maintenance workers will be required as directed

You should be a car owner/driver and will be re-imbursed for mileage travelled on official duties. You may also be required to drive NHS vehicles (e.g. small vans) from time to time. Able to participate in the on call system.

Main duties of the job

To assist the Estate Services management team to deliver high quality and value-for-money building services across the Trust's properties, particularly ensuring equipment, fabric and utility services comply with all health and safety regulations, NHS standards, manufacturers' recommendations and any other statutory requirements.

The post holder will undertake multi-skilled works to all Trust properties. Duties will include installing, maintaining, servicing and repairing a range of Electrical and building equipment, working internally and externally. This will include maintenance of equipment, fabric and utility services for all Trust-owned properties as well as those leased and maintained via contract.

The post holder will take part in the emergency on-call rota, providing an effective out-of-hours cover and reacting to emergency calls.

About us

Working across the city at a variety of sites ranging from medium size Hospitals to small Health Centres and admin blocks. It is a small team delivering a specific service aiming to comply with Statutory requirements and KPI's.

Job description

Job responsibilities

The post holder will perform work activities which are often complex and/or non-routine.

Responsible for calibration and fault-finding on a wide range of engineering plant, Fire Alarm and Emergency lighting systems, general air conditioning/ventilation controls, building control and automatic standby generator plant. Undertake fault diagnosis and fault rectification on Electrical plant including BMS systems. In addition, planning and installation of minor improvement work as directed by management

Person Specification



  • City and Guilds or equivalent including Testing 2391


  • approved apprenticeship



  • Knowledge of NHS Complex installations, generators HVAC


  • Knowledge of complex systems in a similar environment



  • Knowledge of NHS, and HTM'S


  • Good knowledge of Health and Safety

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