Work within Amey’s Compliance team covering the South East region, supporting Statutory and Regulatory electrical compliance of the MOD NHP Housing estate. Authorised Person duties will ensure the requirements of JSP375 are complied with in electrical activities undertaken on the establishments within their area of responsibility. Working alongside the NHP SE Operations teams and Compliance technical staff, the incumbent will also carry out electrical audits and review electrical certification and action compliance led initiatives actively reviewing on site and actioning as required for resolution. The role will also include input to reporting for evidence of compliance and assurance to Amey NHP SE and wider stakeholders.
Tasking priorities and work allocation from both Head of Compliance and the Managing AP. Outputs could also include completion of Compliance Dashboard items and resolution of Amey or DIO raised Action Plan items.
Carry out site audit visits to assess electrical work and review documentation relating to electrical inspections and test results on assets to meet Statutory and Mandatory compliance. Where directed, provide detailed reports as to the technical accuracy of the results and review certification or completion reporting. Advise compliance and operations teams as to the technical recommendations from Supply Chain contractors on the recommended remedial actions, Operations to ensure priorities are set and to undertake recommendations. Noting this could be at a task specific or trend analysis level.
Accept responsibility for the practical implementation and operation of JSP375 to support the effective and timely delivery of Additional Works, planned and response maintenance. Ensure as far as reasonably practical that all persons within the Service Delivery Area observe the requirements of JSP375.
Assess the competence of Skilled Persons for appointment to ensure suitably qualified and experienced operatives are directed to relevant tasks and review experience and performance regularly.
Review Risk Assessments and Method Statements and, where required, issue safety programmes and Permits to Work.
Provide professional and technical support and advice to Amey site team, Supply Chain, DIO and end users. Review electrical tasks against the appropriate assets in the Work Manager system and check all documentation relating to jobs is completed, recorded and distributed in a timely manner. Audit project work as directed by Management and confer with the Additional Works team to ensure that all works are completed to the required compliance standards. Support Ops teams in managing Supply Chain performance in delivery of electrical tasks to evidence Statutory and Mandatory compliance. Provide technical support to site teams on electrical Safety Systems maintenance and inspection.
Review electrical design specifications and support Ops in the drafting of design specifications for work where appropriate to achieve compliance with Statutory requirements e.g. relevant BS, building regulations, environmental standards, etc.
Review technical specifications, schedules of work, contract documentation and asset details with Ops Core delivery, liaising with Supply Chain contractors as necessary, to ensure that specifications are fully compliant and within the scope of the Core contract.
Identify opportunities across electrical Systems (working with the AP/AE and Gas RP communities as required) for life cycle replacement priorities to ensure input by Ops to the FASP, MOD Safe & Legal Programmes and mitigation to downstream loss of functionality through critical asset failure.
Skills & experience
Live within the Region of appointment but be willing to travel anywhere within the UK when business needs dictate. Have a strong electrical background of low voltage electrical systems within a domestic property. Have very good knowledge of BS7671 and all associated Guidance notes.Have very good knowledge of the EICR process, defect codes and the Electrical Safety First Best Practice Guide 4 document Competent in reviewing Electrical installation certificates and Minor works certificates and all test results on them, testing & inspection and using electrical installation test equipment.
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