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Estates Manager Electrical Lead

NHS Tayside
Band 8A - Salary Scale: £50,965 – £55,016 per annum
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8 Nov 2021
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Estates Manager Electrical Lead

Property Department (Estates Division)

(Tayside Wide)

Band 8A - Salary Scale: £50,965 – £55,016 per annum

A permanent opportunity has arisen for the post of Estates Manager – Electrical Lead, in this role you will assist the Senior Estates Manager to meet the High Voltage and Low Voltage electrical requirements across NHS Tayside.

Managing an all-encompassing Electrical maintenance service for NHS Tayside you will be responsible for maintenance and repair on all Electrical, Plant and Equipment across NHS Tayside. Including ensuring all is in a satisfactory, operational condition through the provision of a cost-effective maintenance programme to agreed quality, statutory, statutory, safety and environmental performance standards.

This role includes reporting on operational incidents, conducting investigations and formal report writing. Successful candidate will also be expected to manage schemes funded by the Estates Investment Programme (EAMS) from inception to completion.

You must drive service compliance within agreed Statutory, Mandatory, Safety, Environmental, Quality Standards, Policies and Procedures whilst devising and managing the necessary procedures to ensure that the Electrical infrastructure within NHS Tayside is maintained. Delivering the highest standard for safe environments for Patients, Staff and Visitors.

Applicants should be qualified to a Degree level and should have a working knowledge of SHTM’s , ACoP’s and other relevant legislation is essential. Previous management experience in Estates including Building & Engineering Services, Equipment & Plant is required. It is also essential to hold Engineering Council Registration as a Professional Engineer and be trained as an authorized person for -

  • SHTM 06-02 Electrical Safety Guidance for low voltage systems
  • SHTM 06-03 Electrical Safety Guidance for high voltage systems

The Post holder will be required to work at any NHS Tayside property as necessary, therefore the ability to travel is essential.

You will be required to achieve the mandatory Induction standards for Healthcare Support Workers in Scotland and to comply with the Code of Conduct throughout your employment. 

Informal enquiries to: Mark Anderson, Head of Property on 01382 632329 (internal 32329)

Hours of work are: 37.5 hours per week

NHS Tayside is committed to equality and diversity and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community.

Please click the Apply button for more information and to apply. 


Tayside Health Board was established in April 1974 and is responsible for commissioning health care services for the residents in the geographical local government areas of Angus, Dundee and Perth and Kinross.

The Board’s boundaries are coterminous with these local government areas, which had a combined population of 416,090 based on mid-year 2017 population estimates published by National Records of Scotland.

NHS Tayside’s governance includes 3 major and a number of community hospitals, including the University of Dundee’s Medical School attached to the regions flagship institute, Ninewells Hospital in Dundee. It also includes over 60 GP surgeries and a variety of health centres staffed by thousands of employees of the health region.

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