Maintenance Technician (Electrical) Visa Sponsorship Uk

June 27, 2024
£25.1 - £27.6 / year

Job Description




A full-time position has opened in the Estates Department for a Multi-Skilled Maintenance Technician (Electrical) to provide technical support services for reactive/planned maintenance work in a range of settings while ensuring compliance with all statutory requirements. As a mobile Maintenance Technician, you will receive assignments from the Estates and Facilities Helpdesk.

Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust’s Estates and Facilities Directorate includes the Estates Management Team, which consists of 40 directly employed workers. The Team offers planned/reactive maintenance and emergency services. 24/7 365 days a year to 96 buildings in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Using mobile engineers from all building disciplines, we verify that the Trust’s buildings are fit for purpose and in compliance with current regulations. This is accomplished by allocating jobs to our engineers in the field using the Facilities Helpdesk and their portable devices.

You will be expected to manage your daily workload and execute assignments according to the priorities assigned to you. You will handle maintenance requests efficiently and effectively to help the Trust deliver a customer-focused estate maintenance service.

When doing normal activities, you will be adaptable and positive, with the capacity to cope with new problems as they emerge and pass on important knowledge to colleagues.

#TeamNottsHC consists of over 11,000 devoted colleagues who #MakeADifference every day. We provide intellectual disability, mental health, community health, forensic, and offender healthcare services in Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, and South Yorkshire. We provide care at over 200 locations, including community centres, acute care facilities, and security situations such as prisons.

We are one of the East Midlands’ largest mental health and community trusts, as well as a major employer in Nottinghamshire. We also host national and regional services, including the National High Secure Deaf Service and the Nottingham Centre for Transgender Health.

We provide a number of employee-led staff networks, including Equality, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) groups, Green Champions, Freedom to Speak Up, Health and Wellbeing Champions, and Menopause Champions. These networks play an important role in supporting our diverse staff and fostering an inclusive environment.

Our colleagues’ health and well-being is our number one priority. We make major investments in this area through our in-house occupational health and counselling services, which are supported by a dedicated Health & Wellbeing team.

The Trust is committed to decreasing its carbon emissions, with a specialised Energy and Environmental team striving to guarantee compliance with environmental legislation, improve environmental performance, and reach our net-zero commitment.

Applicants must have sufficient electrical experience; prior hospital maintenance experience is desired. You will be required to complete a five-day electrical to mechanical conversion training course, allowing you to work in both electrical and mechanical disciplines.

You would be expected to participate in the on-call rota for after-hours emergencies, covering all properties managed by the Trust, which would result in a retainer payment and overtime. In addition to your annual income, you will receive £5,000 per year in Recruitment & Retention Premia.

We are looking for motivated individuals that are seeking an exciting and demanding position and can work under pressure in a multitasking/multiskilling atmosphere.

A full UK driving licence and a vehicle for business usage are necessary for this position; however, reasonable accommodations will be made for disabled individuals in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.

Please keep in mind that this position does not match the salary requirements for a skilled worker visa.

Successful applicants with no prior NHS experience would typically be put at the bottom of the band, in accordance with the Agenda for Change. This salary falls below the minimum necessary for sponsorship of a Skilled Worker / Health & Care visa. In these conditions, the Trust would be unable to sponsor a Skilled Worker / Health and Care visa.

Applicants wanting a Skilled Worker Visa can estimate the possibility of receiving a Certificate of Sponsorship against the applicable criteria at