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At a glance
This role will be based at our Fenny Lock National Distribution Centre.
The salary range for this role is set at £11.09 - £14.00, and including a shift premium of 20%.
Please note this role is 42 hours per week with a shift pattern of 14 x 12.5 hour shifts in every 28 day cycle. You will work a combination of day and night shifts; day shifts - 05:45 - 18:15, night shifts - 18:45 - 06:15.
This position is a permanent contract.
About the roleAs an integrated part of the Campus Engineering Team, Fabric Engineers support both shift and technical teams by delivering in-house planned, reactive, remedial and improvement tasks.
Building fabric maintenance and value-added change-work delivery are essential to the continually-developing automated environment across the campus; completing such work internally with talented Partners contributes to campus engineering business objectives.
Day to day you will
Internal delivery of planned maintenance, reactive and remedial regimes, including exposure to project activity, reducing / eliminating external contractor dependence in a 24-hour environment where SLA is often business-critical. Ability and desire to learn new skills relating to campus asset maintenance and repairs, including inspection regimes, record-keeping, plumbing, sanitary systems, painting, external site maintenance, yard disciplines etc.
Achieving first-fix on building fabric, fixtures and equipment, supporting the Engineering Technician team, demonstrating the following skillsets: Action change-work in the branch within agreed hours. Understand and use the IT Systems to action and facilitate work. Maintain effective communication links with the Engineering Shift Managers. Resolve operational issues promptly, courteously and effectively.
Benefits of working as a Partner
🔧 - Excellent work life balance, including focus on well being and flexible working and our market leading equal parenthood leave policy
🔧 - Full time working holiday entitlement of 15.5 days holiday (based on average 3.5 days working week) which increases with service, plus bank holidays
🔧 - Defined Contribution pension scheme where your contributions will be matched by the Partnership (up to 8% of pay). After three years’ service, you’ll receive an additional Partnership contribution of 4% of pay, regardless of whether you pay in or not
🔧 - You’ll get Partnership discount in store and online once you complete Earning Membership. That’s 25% off in John Lewis & Partners (12% off electrical products) and 20% in Waitrose & Partners. You’ll also be able to nominate someone you live with to share your discount
🔧 - Subsidised meals while working and full access to our subsidised dining room serving hot and cold meals throughout the day
🔧- Free on site hot drinks & fruit
🔧 - Free on site parking
🔧 - Cycle to work support scheme
🔧 - To learn more about our fantastic benefits, please visit - https://www.jlpjobs.com/about/benefits/
Essential skills you’ll need
Strong vocational background with proven construction / engineering experience
A comprehensive understanding of Health & Safety legislation in a commercial and industrial environment is expected.
What else you could bring
Apprenticeship-served (CITB, CGLI or equivalent)
IPAF & PASMA, Working at Height trained
IOSH / NEBOSH
At the John Lewis Partnership, we embrace our differences. We want you to be you. Because, well, we know you're at your best when you're free to be yourself. Being a truly inclusive employer to us means creating an environment which celebrates your contribution, regardless of age, gender, race, ethnicity, disability, sexual orientation, social background, religion or belief. It's why we've set our own aim to become the UK’s most inclusive business - for our Partners (employees) and our customers. We firmly believe that our future success lies in diversity of thought from all Partners and it's integral in our mission to build a happier world. We welcome applications from everyone interested in working for us. And, once you're a Partner, your differences will make all the difference. Find out more about D&I in the Partnership here - https://www.jlpjobs.com/about/diversityandinclusion/
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