Salary circa £28,000
Oriel is one of the oldest colleges in Oxford, founded in 1326 and is now home to around 500 students. We are a warm and welcoming college situated in the heart of Oxford.
Working within our maintenance team you will be responsible for the repair and maintenance of all plumbing, associated services and equipment within the college. You will also be responsible for new plumbing installations and additions to existing services.
The role is varied and flexibility to help other areas of the maintenance team when needed is essential. Whilst the principal work is plumbing it will be a requirement to undertake other types of work carried out by the maintenance department and assist other trades to carry out other duties as detailed by the Master of Works. This is a full time role (40 hours a week, Mon-Fri 7.30-4pm).
Planned inspection, cleaning, maintenance and repair of all mechanical, plumbing and associated services and installations; typically:
- Pressurized vessels (desirable)
- Gutters, hopper heads and downpipes
- Potable water hygiene
Maintain, repair, and replace kitchen equipment, sanitary ware installations.
To maintain minimum sufficient stock levels of necessary consumables and minimize wastage.
To carry out risk assessments prior to carrying out any work and ensure safe practices are followed.
To oversee, mentor and direct other members of the maintenance team or trainees assisting with carrying out work.
To maintain records and documents, both written and electronically to comply with all statutory and college requirements
To carry out work in a tidy and workman like manner, keeping the workplace and the workshop clean and clear of rubbish
Responsive out of hour’s attendance to call out’s from the duty porter.
Qualities and experience we are seeking include: a recognised plumbing qualification gained through an apprenticeship or NVQ, aptitude for general building, able to work at heights from ladders, scaffold or mobile platforms, communication skills and able to work under own initiative.
Benefits include: a pension scheme; 30 days annual leave plus public holidays; complimentary meals at work; childcare vouchers, cycle to work scheme and discounted travel to work scheme.
How to Apply
To apply for the post, please download an application form and submit it together with a CV and recruitment monitoring form via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post to HR Officer, Oriel College, Oriel Square, Oxford, OX1 4EW.
The College exists to promote excellence in education and research and is actively committed to the principle of equality of opportunity for all suitably qualified candidates.