UCV & Validation Engineer
£competitive, 42 hours per week, 5 over 7 days
For more than half a century, Camfil has been helping people breathe cleaner air. As a leading manufacturer of premium clean air solutions, we provide commercial and industrial systems for air filtration and air pollution control that improve worker and equipment productivity, minimize energy use, and benefit human health and the environment. Camfil UK employs over 250 people across two production sites based in Haslingden, Lancashire and Kent. Globally, the Camfil Group employs over 4000 people and has headquarters in Stockholm, Sweden.
Responsible for the attending various customer sites to complete maintenance, compliance and performance testing of specialised ventilation systems within varied industries.
· Complete planned preventative maintenance visits (PPM) schedules & remedial works to UCV systems in operating theatres, AHU systems and other clean air devices;
· Completing breakdown assistance and fault finding on clean air devices;
· Complete performance measurements and qualification of cleanroom areas and clean air and containment devices to relevant standards and codes of best practice.
· Complete annual inspection and re-verification testing and re-validation of Healthcare critical ventilation plant to HTM/HBN Guidance;
· Complete Thorough Examination & Testing of Local Exhaust Ventilation (LEV) systems to relevant standards and codes of best practice.
· Complete air system re-balancing, re-commissioning to relevant standards and codes of best practice.
· Complete and issue comprehensive reports on findings;
· DOP Filter Integrity Testing & DPC testing of HEPA-filter installations;
· Inspect comfort air filter installations, advising on new solutions for reduction in energy & improved air quality;
- Other duties as assigned.
Road user responsibilities:
- Drive company vehicles and operate company equipment in a safe and appropriate manner and in accordance with company policies including in vehicle communication, procedures and legislation.
- To comply with company FORS policies and procedures.
- Contribute to the safety of all road users by maintaining proper and effective vehicle control, whilst promoting road safety.
- Check and maintain vehicle on a regular basis.
- Report any health or eyesight condition that affects driving ability immediately to management.
- To carry out vehicle and auxiliary equipment checks prior to operation of any vehicle and report any defects immediately about any defects that have occurred whilst the vehicle is in use, they must be reported to the site services support team.
- Identifying unsafe acts and any health and safety issues, providing feedback to management as required.
- Attending head office for meetings / training etc.
- Integrating “big change” technology within daily activities.
- Ability to work on own initiative and as part of a team.
- Flexible approach to the working week.
- Full driving licence (no more than 3 points).
- Good IT Skills in Word / Excel and Microsoft office.
- Good knowledge of air filtration / HVAC ventilation systems (preferred but not essential).
- Good interpersonal skills.
- Visibility requires maintaining a professional appearance and providing a positive company image to the public.
A standard or enhanced DBS check will be required dependent upon the relevant client’s requirement to work on site.
Training held in the following would be advantageous but not essential:
- IPAF License
- CTCB-I (Cleanroom Testing and Certification Board)
- Competent/Authorised Person Ventilation (CPv/APv)
- Work at height
- CSCS Skills card, CCNSG Health & Safety passport
Location and terms;
- Midlands - Southern England.
- 42 Hours per week / 5 over 7 days
- Field based on customer sites throughout the UK.
- Job type: Full-time.