Mitie was founded in 1987, Mitie is the UK’s leading facilities management and professional services company, looking after a large, diverse, blue-chip customer base, from banks and retailers, to hospitals, schools and government offices. Mitie has over 77,000 people, 100+ office locations, and thousands of customers across the country, there’s no limit to what you can achieve if you work for us.
- Act as a representative of Mitie carrying out work as detailed by the Risk Assessment Manager/Supervisor.
- Conduct yourself in a professional manner in support of our customers and work colleagues.
- Ensure all works are delivered on time and to the agreed specification.
- Support business growth and retain existing customers.
- Complete reports and paperwork as instructed by the Risk Assessment Manager/Supervisor.
- Take responsibility for your own training needs and bring them to the attention of the Risk Assessment Manager/Supervisor.
- Ensure compliance with Health and Safety legislation, specific company requirements approved by the Health and Safety Executive and the latest regulations and codes of good practice.
- Undertake legionella risk assessments to a high standard in line with the latest version of the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L8 (Fourth edition) and its associated technical guidance documents of HSG274 and the British standard code of practice for Risk assessing BS8580-1 2019. Also, the Health Technical Memorandum 04-01: Safe Water in Healthcare Premises.
- Carrying out legionella risk assessments manually and electronically.
- Provide technical support where required.
- Ensure that Legionella Risk Assessments paperwork and reports are completed correctly and returned within agreed timescales.
- Where required, attend risk assessment review meetings with Clients.
- You may be required, from time to time, to carry out other operational work to ensure that contractual commitments are met.
What we are looking for
- Experience in Legionella risk assessing.
- City and Guilds Risk Assessment course (or equivalent).
- Wide Knowledge of the Approved Code of Practice (ACOP) L8 (Fourth edition) and its associated technical guidance documents of HSG274.
- Wide knowledge of the British standard code of practice for risk assessing, BS8580-1 2019.
- Knowledge of the Health Technical Memorandum 04-01: Safe Water in Healthcare Premises.
- Suitable and sufficient experience working within the water treatment industry.
- Health and safety management.
- Commercial awareness.
- Planning skills.
- Customer care/relationship building skills.
- Presentation skills.
- Computer/PDA skills, in particular with word and excel.
- Drawing of schematic diagrams.
- Able to work as a member of a team.
- Able to work without direct supervision.
- Physically able to complete required duties.
- Full driving licence with less than 6 points current or impending.
- Able to deal directly with customers and represent the company in a professional manner.