Our Maintenance Engineers are the glue that keeps a property functioning perfectly. They’re the superstars who ensure that every person in the building and the surrounding grounds is safe, and that our facilities are in tip-top condition. And when you join us, you will have all the support you could possibly need to really fly – plus a juicy benefits package.
Quite simply, as the UK’s leading integrated health and wellbeing provider, we use our not-for-profit status to ensure our staff are at the forefront of their respective fields. We do this through ongoing reinvestment in our people – so when you join us, you’ll receive a generous benefits package that includes free gym membership, plus access to our physiotherapy services, healthcare scheme, occupational health facilities and a popular cycle-to-work scheme. Your future will be taken care of too with plenty of training and development initiatives, and a competitive retirement savings plan. And of course you will be working in the most cutting-edge environments, thanks to our determination to provide our customers with industry-leading equipment and facilities.
With over 110 sites across the Nuffield group, there are always plenty of opportunities for career progression. Each site has one dedicated Engineer who works with the team full-time, five days a week. So you’ll get to know the ins and outs of your own site as you plan and implement a preventative maintenance programme, and respond to any maintenance queries and issues. On a day-to-day basis, you might be doing anything from maintaining the site’s swimming pools and mechanical plant, to working with the air conditioning, heating and ventilation system. And while the role is five days a week, you can work the days and hours that suit you.
We’ll supply you with everything you need. Your uniform, PPE safety equipment and tools will all be provided, and we’ll equip you with a comprehensive training programme in which you will learn about pool plant maintenance, and health and safety too.
To be clear, this is a Mechanical and Electrical Engineering role with the additional perk of a juicy benefits package and a really nice working environment. You’ll therefore be an ambitious qualified Engineer with the capacity to learn. Electrical engineering knowledge would be useful, but we will support you with a Foundation Electrical course if you don’t have this specific knowledge. Leisure industry knowledge would be an added bonus, but isn’t essential.
There are plenty of exciting challenges to be involved in when you join us. So join us, and experience the unique appeal of working for an ethical company that is committed to improving the health of the nation.Apply for Facilities roles Back to roles