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Electrician (Emergency Lighting) M/F

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General information

Associated company

As a global player in construction and services, Bouygues Construction designs, builds and operates buildings and structures which improve the quality of people's living and working environment: public and private buildings, transport infrastructures and energy and communications networks.

A leader in sustainable construction, the Group and its 52,200 employees have a long-term commitment to helping their customers shape a better life.  

Reference number

ByC_BYES FM OJRH-18737  

Publication date


Job details


Services & maintenance

Job title

Electrician (Emergency Lighting) M/F


Long-Term Contract

Socio-professional category


Working hours


Job description

The Role:
To apply trade skills and experience to ensure the satisfactory completion of allocated maintenance, breakdown repairs, installation, new and refurbishment works. Testing and Inspection will be a major part of the role, particularly the testing and any necessary repairs of emergency lighting.


The Person:
·         Ability to to take on AP/RP roles
·         Proactive and flexible attitude to duties and work undertaken
·         Proven strongly Client focused
·         Relevant and current qualifications in the required skill base. Good IT skills with experience in the use of CAFM systems, Word & Excel. Must have City & Guilds 2391.
·         Proven track record within the maintenance / hard services of the FM business. Recent career history (5 years) showing companies worked for with references.
·         Experience of reporting structures – demonstrate experience of formal and structured formal and informal reporting to management and client
·         Working hours: 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pam with occasional out of hours work

Job location


John Radcliffe hospital