Technician Job In Glasgow, Glasgow City

Technician


  • £12.85 per hour
  • Posted: 01/10/2020
  • Glasgow, Glasgow City
  • Job Ref: 086106161
  • Temporary

Job Details

Our public sector client, based in Greenock, require a Technician to cover a temporary assignment for approx. 1 month, possibly longer.

Hours of work will be 8.50 am to 4.50 pm, Monday to Friday with one hour for lunch. Rate of pay will be £12.85 per hour.

Applicants must be willing to apply for a PVG clearance, at their own cost.

Duties will include:
- preparing all working areas in accordance with planned and agreed delivery
- preparing specialist apparatus and supporting in demonstrations where appropriate; providing technical advice where necessary
- carrying out daily and periodic maintenance duties, risk assessments and maintain records in line with all relevant Health & Safety procedures and practices
- engaging with external stakeholders as directed
- diagnosing and repairing equipment faults to an acceptable standard and overseeing the process of contracted out repairs
- requisitioning all resources and materials in line with procurement procedures and ensure all received goods are accurate and in order
- maintaining and managing appropriate stores and stock control systems
- contributing effectively to departmental meetings
- adhering to all health and safety requirements and policies
- carrying out any other duties that may reasonably be requested by the line manager within the terms and conditions of the post

Essential Skills & Experience:
- Experience in handling and setting up a range of specialist equipment for demonstration or carrying out specific technical tasks
- Experience in preparing a range of working areas and maintain resources and materials in accordance with organisational procedures
- Experience in maintaining stores and effective management of stock control systems
- Experience in supervising staff in a technical or work-related environment
- Experience in developing and managing planned and systematic periodic maintenance schedules
- Excellent knowledge of Health and Safety guidelines and implications
- Ability to diagnose and repair a range of job related equipment. faults to an acceptable standard
- Demonstration skills and the ability to provide safe and comprehensive demonstrations in practical exercises
- Experience in waste management control and disposal in the appropriate subject areas
- Excellent Interpersonal skills
- Excellent knowledge of risk assessment procedures and engagement with appropriate external agencies
- Skilled in preparing written reports and up-dates to appropriate Faculty management teams
- Enthusiastic and committed team player
- Dependable and self-motivated