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We are looking for an on-site Team Leader - Building Maintenance Department to join our facilities management team based at Kings Mill Hospital, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.


Working at Skanska as Team Leader, you’ll find plenty of variety, opportunities for personal development and a constant stream of new challenges. All in a supportive and inclusive environment.  



  • Efficiently and effectively carry out planned, breakdown and emergency maintenance on a complete range of building services within the contract properties.
  • Take a leading role in emergencies on site and a key role in the escalation procedures.

  • Be responsible for triage of tasks including direct patient facing issues on life safety systems.

  • Maintain and repair the complete range of engineering services associated with the Health Care estate. This will include: medical devices (beds, trolleys etc), fire doors, windows and doors, general fixtures/fittings, specialist fixtures/fittings and those associated with the building management system.

  • Undertake PPM (Pre Planned Maintenance) and Reactive Maintenance tasks.

  • Undertake work associated with an inspection and testing programme both for installed assets, fixed and mobile/portable equipment.

  • Follow engineering and building drawings/specifications.

  • Determine what spares, components or supplies are needed in order to satisfactorily undertake and complete the work associated with repair, routine servicing and new installations.

  • Complete all records associated with routine duties accurately and in good time, either electronically or paper based.

  • Take a lead role in one or more areas or work relating to your core skills, this will include taking on the resource planning role and staff direction when undertaking this task.

  • Assist in providing training to others engaged on building related systems.


We're looking for:


  • City & Guilds Craft Certificate in Joinery or building maintenance.
  • Completion of a structured training programme in Joinery or building maintenance for a minimum of 3 years or equivalent.

  • Basic computer literacy skills.

  • Knowledge of First Aid

  • Ability to work without supervision

  • Full UK driving licence holder.

  • Experience of working within acute health care premises is desired, but not essential.




Our facilities management team provides solutions to a wide range of both private and public sector clients. Working together to deliver outstanding results for customers and communities, our work covers all areas of facilities services from project management and compliance to assets, estates and energy management.


We thrive through embracing differences, whether they be social backgrounds, ethnicity, disability, gender, age, religion, sexuality and any other protected characteristic – we know that diversity opens a rich potential for new ways of thinking, helping us to build successful and winning teams.

The UK Government have taken steps to reduce net migration to the UK by limiting the number of overseas workers from outside the EEA coming to the UK for employment. Please note that whilst we are able to consider applications from overseas workers from outside the EEA (who require a Tier 2 (General) visa) we can only employ them if we can provide evidence that there are no other suitable candidates for this vacancy from inside the EEA






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