Do you have what it takes to be a member of our Maintenance Team?
We are looking for a self-motivated person who will support on the general day to day maintenance programme including decoration, servicing, maintenance and repair of buildings, equipment and plant as required. This will include ensuring that all equipment and plant are in good working order and prepared for safety and insurance inspections.
Reporting to the Building Service Manager, you will be required to carry out general maintenance and repairs in line with the planned maintenance schedule whilst following safe working practices and procedures, complying with OCL policy and statutory legislation
This is a permanent role contracted to 40 hours per week worked flexibly usually across 5 days which may on occasions include weekend or evening work. The successful candidate will have relevant work-based training and previous experience in one or more of the following areas including painting & decorating, joinery or general building maintenance.
As part of OCL’s total reward package there is a generous holiday entitlement which is over and above the statutory minimum, a pension scheme into which the company contributes, the opportunity to work on a flexible basis as well as being provided with full uniform, tools and equipment. Access to a work vehicle for call-out purposes may also be provided. Also offered is free parking, use of the facilities and discounts at the cafeteria.
If you have what it takes and want to join a great team, please apply online at www.oclactive.co.uk/vacancies
The closing date for receipt of applications is Sunday, 27th of October 2019.
OCL is an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all.
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