Maintenance Fitter Plumber

Open University - Estates

£22,214 to £24,983 (plus £2000 MRP); Ref: 14324
Role also attracts a £202 per week on call allowance after a qualifying period
Based in Milton Keynes

Estates are responsible for the management and development of the University’s premises in Milton Keynes and its National and Regional Centres.

The Infrastructure Team is looking for an experienced Maintenance Fitter Plumber to join the University’s Maintenance team at Walton Hall Campus in Milton Keynes.

Duties include; working as part of a team to carry out planned preventative and reactive maintenance of heating systems, ventilation, hot and cold water systems and other building services installations.

You should have completed a craft apprenticeship with City & Guilds or BTEC National Certificate/Diploma, or an advanced modern apprenticeship (NVQ L2 with key skills) in mechanical or plumbing or equivalent qualification. You should also possess proven and relevant post-apprenticeship experience in a public or commercial organisation responsible for operation and maintenance of mechanical building services.

You should be adaptable, flexible, proactive, have good interpersonal and communication skills and be committed to providing a high quality of service to our customers.  Participation in the out of hours call out rota is an essential requirement of the position for which there is an additional payment.

Closing date: 25 January 2018

Interview date: 6 February 2018

For detailed information and how to apply go to, call 01908 655511 (24 hour answering service) or email quoting the reference number 14324.

We promote diversity in employment and welcome applications from all sections of the community.

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