- Band 4
- 37.5 hours per week
- £19,409 - £22,683 per annum
- 25/06/2018 23:59
Together We Care, We Respect and We Deliver
Join us and help us provide this vision to a population of more than 440,000 people. Our Trust is one the of area’s biggest employers, running hospitals in Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole as well as community services.
North Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS trust require a highly motivated Maintenance Craft (Electrical Bias) who will be based in the Estates department at Goole & District Hospital sites and is required to play a proactive part within the Estates Maintenance team to meet Trusts objectives in a safe, cost effective, efficient manner and compliant with legislation and good practice. As a Maintenance Craft Person you will report directly to the Maintenance Team Leader and provide effective support to the maintenance needs of the Estates Department. As a skilled individual you will be working within a team of engineering staff and be able to effectively communicate with all members of the team in order to provide dedicated support to all colleagues and service needs whilst driving improvements in order to provide a patient focused service whilst retaining a patient care focus.
As a Maintenance Craft Person you will be provided with the required support and training to supplement your existing skills to ensure you are able to meet the expectations of the Trust and also to help develop you as an individual in a specialist healthcare engineering environment.
The post on offer can be very rewarding knowing that you support the care delivered to a patient as everything we do within estates effects how a patient is cared for during their time with us.
The post holder should have an Engineering related BTEC level 3/HNC level 4 or City & Guilds equivalent plus relevant apprenticeship in an electrical or mechanical discipline, or a higher level qualification, or have sufficient time served experience to enable them to undertake the duties of the post.
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Further details / informal visits contact
Stuart Whitehead 03033 302788 or
Gareth Scott 03033 302855
If you have problems applying, contact
Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital
- 03033 306519