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Dundee House, 50 North Lindsay Street, DD1 1NF
£21,665 - £34,958 per year
Contract Type:
Position Type:
Full Time
37 hours per week

This position has expired.

Job Description

Based at Dundee House, you will work full time, 37 hours per week.

If you have any queries regarding this vacancy, please contact David Paterson on
07985878411 or email on


You will have an HNC/HND in Building Services Mechanical Engineering, or equivalent in a relevant field, or be an advanced/technician plumber/heating engineer with relevant experience in a facilities management background.


You will provide a consultancy service for mechanical engineering to Dundee City Council, its service departments and to external public agencies, as directed by the Team Leader - Building Surveying Services.

You will assist with design, administer and co-ordinate mechanical services on City Council corporate contracts and projects, from inception to completion and carry out management responsibilities in areas as directed by the Team Leader and Senior Building Services Technician (Mechanical) - Building Surveying Services.

You will represent the Team Leader and Senior Building Services Technician (Mechanical) - Building Surveying Services on construction projects and maintenance services projects emanating from the Division, to ensure compliance with maintenance and design specifications, materials and workmanship standards.

The Individual

You will have maintenance experience in mechanical services and be the contract administrator on projects with knowledge of health and safety legislation including CDM, a good understanding of energy efficiency measures, and up to date knowledge of technical standards in mechanical services.

You will have the ability to operate and contribute within a multi-disciplinary team and the ability to manage and co-ordinate mechanical maintenance, as well as the ability to work with minimum supervision.

You will have effective time management skills to achieve project objectives and the ability to work individually or in a multi-disciplinary team along with the ability to coach and develop other staff. You will be computer literate, with working knowledge of Microsoft Office, a good communicator and team worker and resourceful with problem solving abilities.

You will have the ability to undertake site visits and surveys, including working at height and in confined spaces, along with a flexible approach to working hours and capacity to work unsociable hours if required. You will also have the ability to respond to call outs out with normal working hours in emergency situations and participate in the rota to provide 24 hour call out to all council properties.

You will have a commitment to producing quality service/product within budget and time scale.