• Location: Rhos-on-Sea,
  • Subject:
  • Hours: Part time
  • Contract: Fixed Term
  • Salary Type: Annual
  • Salary Range: £10,000.00 - £15,000.00
  • Language: Welsh
  • Closing Date: 15 February, 2024 12:00 AM

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Technician - Sports Centre (Fixed term maternity cover)

Technician - Sports Centre (Fixed term maternity cover)

Grwp Llandrillo Menai
Main duties and responsibilities:

Make orders with approved suppliers and receive, store, monitor and coordinate all stock materials and ensure stock levels are maintained within budget for all the workshops allocated to this role.

Ensure orders are correct and meet the quality requirements of the department.

Working with the relevant staff, help and advise learners in the selection of suitable components and items in preparation for assessments, projects and competitions, as appropriate.

Isolate or quarantine faulty or damaged equipment and make good or order external services to make the equipment good.

Check the operation and safety of equipment before commissioning. Commission the equipment and make staff and learners aware that equipment is in use and meets the required regulatory standards.

Preparation of materials, equipment and resources for learners' usage as and when requested by Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors and Instructors/ Assessors.

Work closely with employers to develop industry specific training rigs as and when required.

Work with Programme Manager and relevant staff to implement any changes regarding workshop layout, facilities and equipment.

Support Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors and Instructors/ Assessor in the preparation of 'learning rigs'.

Ensure on a day to day basis that workshops, tools, equipment and materials including storage and and stacking comply with all safety requirements and those of the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 and regular Risk Assessment is carried out.

Liaise with relevant staff e.g., H&S Officer regarding reporting and recording of workshop incidents and to ascertain general H&S good practice advice.

Support Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors and Instructors/Assessors in the development and continued compliance of Health and Safety procedures.

Assume responsibility for security of all workshop areas allocated to this role in item 1.

Prepare materials for students to use during training and assessment assisting Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors, Instructors/Assessors with practical activities.

Prepare assessment areas and equipment for student assessment as required.

Dismantle practical exercises and salvage material for re-use.

Carry out routine servicing and maintenance of all portable power and static machines ensuring their effective use at all times reporting any defects to Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors and Instructors/ Assessors.

Service and maintain all hand tools and equipment to ensure effective use at all times.

Maintain up to date stock records of tools, equipment and consumables and order new as required by Lecturers, Practical Skills Supervisors and Instructors/ Assessors.

Maintain documentation recording and monitoring regarding workshop practices e.g., Health & Safety including risk assessments and incidents.

Maintain good housekeeping practice within the areas of responsibility; i.e., working areas, open areas, stores, etc. ensuring a clean safe working environment for all students, staff and visitors within your area of responsibility.

Working with other staff to ensure student discipline is maintained.

Take part in meetings, staff development & other staff events as requested by the Programme Area Manager.

Supervise the daily schedule of apprentice technicians, where allocated, to support them in achieving their required competencies.

Liaise with the Programme Manager on a regular basis regarding the implementation and monitoring practices of equipment and apparatus within workshops.

Perform workshop risk assessments for any new equipment and changing workshop usage and practices.

Perform any other duties, which may be reasonably requested by the Programme Area Manager.

It should be noted that this Job description provides a summary of the main duties and responsibilities of the post and will be subject to periodic review which may lead to revisions in light of the operational requirements of the Grŵp.

Job Details
Job Reference

£11,389 - £11,639 per annum

Place of Work
  • Rhos-on-Sea

Holiday Entitlement
  • 28 days leave per annum, rising to 32 days after 5 full holiday years' continuous service (01 September to 31 August).
  • All normally observed public holidays, determined annually.
  • Up to 5 days efficiency closure days per annum, determined annually.
  • Part Time contracts will receive a pro rata entitlement to the above.
  • Term Time contracts will receive a pro rata entitlement to the above paid as part of annual salary.

Working Pattern
Temporary Part time (18 hours per week):

Monday, 2.30 pm - 9.45 pm

Tuesday, 4.45 pm - 9.45 pm

Friday, 3.30 pm - 9.15 pm

Fixed Term Maternity cover

Pension Rights
Local Government Pension Scheme

Contract Type
Part Time Fixed Term

Closing Date
15 Feb 2024
12:00 PM (Midday)