CAREERS

JCA is on a mission. We are always looking for the best people to help us continually achieve excellence in engineering and construction design, build and maintenance.

JCA offers a variety of challenging and career-enhancing roles, in a vibrant and enthusiastic working environment. Our positions come with great benefits. We recognise the importance of helping our employees balance work and home life, by offering flexible working arrangements. This enables staff to incorporate other priorities, including parental and caring responsibilities, voluntary and charity work and leisure pursuits.

We also offer learning and development opportunities including Talent Development Programmes, Graduate schemes, Apprenticeships, as well as work experience for young people. To apply or if you would like more details, please contact careers@jca.co.uk.

Opportunities exist at technical, professional and management levels in roles including maintenance, administration, project management and design.

If you are interested in joining us on our mission, get in touch: call for a chat, send us your CV, use LinkedIn or view our current vacancies. We look forward to hearing from you.


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JCA is an Equal Opportunities Employer, and accredited with the Living Wage Foundation and Investors in People.

We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant and are actively involved in engaging with the Armed Forces Community to identify suitable candidates for career placements in many areas of the business.

JCA has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery. For a copy of our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy, click here. For a copy of our current Anti-Slavery Statement, click here.

JCA is on a mission. We are always looking for the best people to help us continually achieve excellence in engineering and construction design, build and maintenance.

JCA offers a variety of challenging and career-enhancing roles, in a vibrant and enthusiastic working environment. Our positions come with great benefits. We recognise the importance of helping our employees balance work and home life, by offering flexible working arrangements. This enables staff to incorporate other priorities, including parental and caring responsibilities, voluntary and charity work and leisure pursuits.

We also offer learning and development opportunities including Talent Development Programmes, Graduate schemes, Apprenticeships, as well as work experience for young people. To apply or if you would like more details, please contact careers@jca.co.uk.

Opportunities exist at technical, professional and management levels in roles including maintenance, administration, project management and design.

If you are interested in joining us on our mission, get in touch: call for a chat, send us your CV, use LinkedIn or view our current vacancies. We look forward to hearing from you.


For more information on how we process your personal data, please view our Candidate Privacy Policy.

JCA is an Equal Opportunities Employer, and accredited with the Living Wage Foundation and Investors in People.

We have signed the Armed Forces Covenant and are actively involved in engaging with the Armed Forces Community to identify suitable candidates for career placements in many areas of the business.

JCA has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery. For a copy of our Anti-Slavery and Human Trafficking Policy, click here. For a copy of our current Anti-Slavery Statement, click here.

Current Opportunities

Document Coordinator (Hybrid/ Stevenage)

Are you interested in being part of a growing organisation?

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity?

We have exciting new opportunity for a Document Coordinator to join our Commercial Support team based at our Head Office in Stevenage, Hertfordshire. This is permanent, full time role working from 08:00am to 05:00pm Monday to Friday.

Responsibilities
  • Create, format and edit contract documentation as required, to company standards and on timeAssist Administration Manager in maintenance of corporate document libraries on Sharepoint
  • Adhere to company filename protocols
  • Proofreading documents before issue
  • Build templates to meet business needs
  • Carry out core document filing, scanning, printing and binding
  • Editing Sharepoint sites on the creation of new contracts
  • Assist with front of house as required
  • Monitoring and creation of permit pads, maintaining in-house stock
  • As part of Commercial Support team act as liaison with landlords
  • Creation and distribution of ID cards, business cards and critchley labels
  • Updating systems and documents with leavers and starters, including company org chart
  • Distribution of communications
  • Logging maintenance engineer jobs in dynamics
  • Maintain any updates to contract information on the in-house system (Pegasus), also updating the system with any ad-hoc updates that come in duringthe course of the month.
  • Assist with administrative tasks, including maintaining uniform and PPE stocks, office facilities and supplies, and booking couriers, and booking head office and external meeting rooms
  • Assist commercial support team in completion of tasks such as setting up meeting rooms, inductions, offer packs issuing uniform and PPE to new starters
  • Assist the fleet administrator as required, and cover any leave
  • Assist O&M lead as and where required
  • Creation of site signage, when required
  • Ensure JCA areas are kept clean and clear at all times of any unwanted boxes and rubbish.
  • Support the Commercial Support team in managing workload and completing tasks

Qualifications and experience

  • Good general academic results (to include English) of GCSE equivalent or above
  • Previous experience of operation and maintenance manuals
  • Experience working in Word/Excel and Powerpoint
  • Experience working in Sharepoint and Teams
  • Previous experience of Pegasus Opera accounting package/software
  • Previous experience of Indesign software
  • Previous experience of Visio software
  • Previous experience of Conject/4projects

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

HSE Manager (Harlow, Essex)

Are you interested in being part of a growing organisation?

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity?

We have exciting new opportunity for a site-based HSE Manager to join our Construction team based on one of our client sites in Harlow (Hertfordshire/Essex border).

Responsibilities
The HSE Manager will ensure the safety, health environment, and quality assurance on sites. They supervise or co-ordinate work systems to ensure products and services meet the highest quality standards, and that working conditions are safe and meet legal requirements.
  • To advise the Directors and Managers on all safety, health and welfare matters to ensure the Company complies with its statutory obligations.
  • Give advice and guidance on all aspects of Health, Safety and Environmental issues at all stages of a contract.
  • Keep up to date with changes in current legislation and to bring to the attention of the Director responsible for Health and Safety any relevant new legislation.
  • Implementation of any new legislation relating to health and safety.
  • Conduct regular sub-contractor control inspections.
  • Report if situations are found, that in the opinion of the Safety Manager, require immediate rectification or the stopping of any operation.
  • Attend senior project management team meetings to give HSE statistics, areas of development and take responsibility for any actions as required.
Job Specifics
  • Management weekly Site H&S meeting for subcontractors. This will be with the subcontractor “Black Hats” generally.
  • Review and Audit Subcontractor “Friday Packs” with relevant package/site manager to ensure that the information provided is current and relevant for the current project phase.
  • Ensure that the “Friday Packs” are recorded in accordance to the CEP and JCA procedures.
  • Monthly Review and update where requirement on site specific plans (SWMP, EMP, CPP, TMLP, EFP, Site safety plans etc).
  • Review and audit the issuing or permits on site.
  • Assist/ provide guidance to the team in correcting any errors/issues identified.
  • Ensure the company meets its obligations under the ‘Control of Major Accident Hazards Regulations’.
  • To investigate accidents and ensure all documentation is updated.
  • Statutory and Project specific Registers are kept up to date.
  • Carry out JCA LOLER & PUWER inspection reports.
  • Review and Audit Subcontractor LOLER & PUWER inspection reports.
  • MS003 Monthly H&S audits and Quality Assurance on sites in line with the JCA Monitoring Schedule.
  • Carry out JCA Weekly and monthly Site inspections.
  • Review and Audit Subcontractor Weekly and monthly Site inspections.
  • Carry out Site inductions. Review and Audit specific Site inductions for suitability based on stage of project.
  • Carry out JCA Toolbox talks. Review and Audit Subcontractor Toolbox talks.
  • Facilitate all forms of risk assessment – manual handling, fire risk assessments / fire prevention, COSHH.
  • Ensure the JCA Safe System of Work is implemented on sites and adhered to at all times (Electrical site safety, Temporary works, Confined space etc).

Qualifications and experience

  • Have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in a similar role.
  • Technical Member of IOSH (Tech IOSH).
  • Possess a thorough knowledge of health and safety and quality assurance.
  • Possess a thorough knowledge of ISO 14001 and ISO 45001.
  • NEBOSH Construction Certificate.
  • Emergency First Aid.
  • CSCS Card.

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

Quantity Surveyor (Hybrid)

Are you interested in being part of a growing organisation?

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join our team based at our Head Office in Hertfordshire and working across our client sites. In this role you will implement best commercial practices to maintain and maximise the profitability and financial performance of the project.

Responsibilities

Take full financial and commercial responsibility for a portfolio of contracts ensuring that JCA cost effectively deliver

contracted services as well as additional services, within legislative and contractual obligations

Responsible for the pro-active financial support of the delivery teams to process monthly valuations, applications, forecasts and any variations

Responsible for the timely and accurate administration of contracts assigned including but not limited to the compilation and submission of EoT requests, variations etc.

Ensure that contracts are correctly administered in accordance with the relevant legal framework

In a timely manner to carry out financial forecasting and reporting of cost, sales, gross profit, and risk associated with all projects assigned to you

Ensure that statutory obligations are met in full and ensure that the business is not exposed to undue risks, with regular reporting on mitigation measures

Ensure that records, data and systems are maintained up to date and in accordance with standards, policies and procedures

Maintain excellent client relationships, develop, and maximise opportunities for additional revenue and margin and contract retention

Work with all stakeholders to identify opportunities in line with business strategy

Job Specifics

Generate studies to estimate materials, time, and labour costs pre and post contract as required.

Report any opportunities you have identified with existing and new clients and provide information and assistance to estimating team to allow them to tender/quote.

Preparing tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities, schedule of rates etc.

Integrate with the estimating team to achieve robust prime costs and seamless transition through to contract stage providing attendance at client meetings and site visits, as necessary.

Preparing, negotiating, analysing, and reporting on supply chain costs for tenders and contracts.

Identifying, analysing, and developing responses to commercial risk.

Ensure that agreed contract terms are in place for each engagement and manage contract works in accordance with those contract terms.

Ensure that additional work opportunities are financially closed out in the month of work completion.

Manage quantity surveying teams (where applicable) ensuring that resources are efficiently allocated to contracts for the contract.

Manage supply chain and sub-contractor engagement contracts from enquiry stage through to practical completion and retention release.

Identify change requirements and expedite opportunities to maximise revenue and to de-risk contract delivery.

Report on contract commercial and financial performance in accordance with company KPI protocols.

Manage financial application, job costing, and forecasting update processes for contract sales.

Qualifications

Must have qualifications in one of the following:

Quantity Surveying and/or Construction / Engineering Qualification (HND or Degree Level)

MRICS

CSCS card holder relevant to role

Can demonstrate leadership and management style in keeping with JCA’s brand image

Can demonstrate excellent analytical skills and has experience of Document Management Systems, SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, Asta Powerproject, Excel, Anaplan or similar/equivalent packages

Has experience of working in an SME and can demonstrate an understanding of the need to have a broad business understanding

Maintain knowledge of the construction and engineering industry’s statutory requirements, methods, differing building contract types and processes

Excellent communication and negotiating skill

Driving licence holder

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

Electrical / Mechanical / Fit Out Package Managers (Hertfordshire)

Are you interested in being part of a growing business?

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity?

We have exciting new opportunities for Electrical / Mechanical / Fit Out Package Managers to join our Construction team based on one of our customer sites in Harlow (Essex). Working as part of a team you will be responsible for the efficient management of health & safety, quality, performance, plant, equipment, materials, logistics, movements, interfaces, risks on the site.

KEY ROLE RESPONSIBILITES:

  • Site management / supervision of allocated contracts to ensure that our business principles of quality, profitability and close client relationships are implemented at all times.
  • Responsible for the managing of the site which will include efficient management of all labour, plant, equipment, materials, logistics, movements, interfaces, risks, opportunities.
  • Responsible for implementing and maintaining all JCA quality control processes on the project and provide feedback where necessary.
  • Engagement with internal and external stakeholders to ensure compliance with statutory legislation, industry standard guidelines, employer’s requirements and any other JCA standard policies and procedures.
  • Responsible for identifying risks to health, safety, quality, and the environment and engaging with other stakeholders to ensure that adequate risk management is maintained at all times.
  • Ensure that all safe systems of work are fully implemented at all times.
  • Plan ahead to prevent problems and resolve any emerging ones.
  • Ensure that reporting documentation is generated and maintained in accordance with contract requirements and JCA policies

JOB SPECIFICS

  • Attend site meetings as directed by the Contract Manager.
  • Liaise with other stakeholders during meetings and provide evidence-based site progress reports including (photos), 2-week look ahead, issues log and risks register.
  • Undertake take offs, material selection and order materials in accordance with the JCA set procedures.
  • Ensure correct storage of materials and that site stock is maintained to allow daily operations.
  • Review site reports, designs and drawings and provide practical feedback on installation methods and improvements in line with best practice.
  • Liaise with site team and identify and site challenges, identify and implement systems to resolve.
  • Use of construction company issued software/hardware applications to record progress, snagging, diaries, and checklists.
  • Manage and understand the contract programme and produce short term/medium term updates as required.
  • Report on overall operation of their programme, labour, opportunities, health and safety and any other matter that may arise in contract reports and to the business as required.
  • Responsibility for the subcontractor site-based project documentation, items such as RAMS, permits, void closures.
  • Responsibility to meet with subcontractors on site progress, resource allocation and health safety performance. Provide motivation and leadership to the workforce throughout the project.
  • Will be responsible for site welfare, to ensure it is effectively managed and clean at all times in accordance with all statutory and company requirements.
  • Create and maintain and update daily site diary with full information on activities, staff, conditions, operations etc.
  • Responsibility for creating and maintaining site equipment and registers. Responsibility for creating and maintaining site plant and registers.
  • Responsibility for managing site materials including security and appropriate storage.
  • Responsibility for the general security of the site, including access, security gates, securing perimeter at end of shift etc.
  • Responsibility for HSE audits (Checklists) and ensuring any actions are closed out in accordance with company procedures.
  • Undertake site Inductions for all staff and record required documentation.
  • Undertake daily briefings, tool-box talks and record as required.
  • Operate and maintain snag lists as required and liaise with supply chain to close out and record closed out.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Must have qualifications or be able to demonstrate suitable knowledge and experience:

  • Construction and / or Engineering Qualification NVQ Level 3, HNC – preferable but not essential.
  • CITB SSSTS certificate holder (or approved equivalent)
  • IOSH Supervising Safely
  • CSCS card holder relevant to role
  • First Aid at work
  • Can demonstrate supervision of projects of a comparable size, value and in a comparable industry or market sector.
  • Can demonstrate leadership and management style in keeping with JCA’s brand image.
  • Knowledge of the construction and engineering industry’s statutory requirements, methods, and processes.
  • Good communication both verbally & written.
  • Ability to work well within a team as well as independently.
  • Full UK driving licence

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

Commissioning Manager (Harlow, Essex)

Are you interested in being part of a growing organisation?

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity?

Due to an increase in workload and some major project wins we have an exciting new opportunity for a Commissioning Manager to join our team based on one of our customer sites in Harlow, Essex.

Responsibilities

The role involves the management of the commissioning processes associated with MEP Services, from project inception through to installation, full testing, and commissioning, proving of successful integration, demonstration, handover, sign off and training of the systems to the client and their appointed representatives.

Pre- Construction Phase:

1. Act as Commissioning (CX) Manager lead and manage of the commissioning process.

a. Undertake commission-ability and produce commission-ability report including commissioning reviews of drawings, schematics, specification, and manufacturers proposals.

2. Produce design review reports highlighting any additional requirement to assist commissioning on site.

3. Produce a detailed Commissioning Plan and Commissioning Strategy documentation including:

a. Systems commissioning requirement outline with commissioning process required including completion and

documentation of each of the testing levels, in accordance with project requirements in the following order:

· Level 1 Product Testing (Factory Acceptance Test – FAT)

· Level 2 Component Verification

· Level 3 Field Inspections and Certifications/System Installation Verification.

· Level 4 Systems Acceptance Testing (SAT)/Pre-commencement Integrated System Testing (Pre-IST)

· Level 5 Integrated Systems Testing (IST)

b. Commissioning Responsibility Matrix

c. Training requirements for each system and overall installation

d. Construction specifications for commissioning

4. Identification of the commissioning process activities, associated dependencies, and integration within the Integrate Programme for the Work. Assist in development of the commissioning programme with construction team to tie in line with construction activities.

5. Arrange and chairing of commissioning meetings.

6. Produce and maintain to conclusion commissioning Issues and resolution log and list additional information required to allow the commissioning plan to be completed.

Construction Phase, Testing and Commissioning Phase:

7. Further develop and management and closing out of the Commissioning Plan and Commissioning Strategy documentation for the project. Expand on the systems commissioning requirement with detailed tests documentation and scripts required for completion and documentation of each of the testing levels, in accordance with project requirements in the following order:

a. Level 1 Product Testing (Factory Acceptance Test – FAT)

b. Level 2 Component Verification

c. Level 3 Field Inspections and Certifications/System Installation Verification

d. Level 4 Systems Acceptance Testing (SAT)/Pre-commencement Integrated System Testing (Pre-IST)

e. Level 5 Integrated Systems Testing (IST)

8. Management of direct reports (commissioning and testing personnel on site).

9. Management of the Commissioning Tagging process and procedures.

10. Reporting Progress on all Commissioning activities both internally and externally.

11. Report to the Project Manager regarding any delays or issues from the commissioning specialists.

12. Arrange and chair commissioning meetings and directing commissioning activities.

13. Attending the client commissioning meetings and reporting on progress.

14. Development of the Project commissioning schedule in conjunction with the Project team.

15. Responsible for the compilation of all testing and commissioning documentation including verifying and signing off on all results.

16. Familiarity with and management of Project Commissioning Schedule in conjunction with other trades, Package Leads, Consulting Engineer(s), and Client requirements.

17. Ensuring that all testing and commissioning manpower is tracked on the site labour allocation tracker / programme sheets and issued daily.

18. Management of all day to day on site commissioning operations.

19. Management of sub-contractor activities including tracking progress against schedule and manpower levels.

20. Review and approval of Commissioning and Testing RAMS from specialist contractors.

21. Attendance at Site Meetings, Internal Project Reviews, Engineering Reviews, Planning and Co-ordination Meetings and Handover Meetings.

22. Ensuring that tasks are completed on time and to the required quality standards.

23. Implement a weekly look ahead ensuring co-ordination with vendors and trades.

24. Issue internal weekly progress report.

25. Conduct quality control inspections on project sites during pre-commissioning and commissioning stages.

26. Scheduling and coordinating work to tight deadlines.

27. Investigating problems, diagnosing/repairing faults.

28. Analyses and quickly resolves any problems and may arise and ensures that all deficiencies on any given project are corrected in a timely manner.

29. Responsibility for site health and safety procedures and documentation including regular liaison with engineering health and safety manager to ensure best practices are always maintained during commissioning periods.

30. Input into O&M documentation from outset of project through to practical completion, including liaison with office O&M team to ensure documents are issued as per requirements in a timely and presentable manner.

31. Assist Project Engineers with compiling and populating Handover packs and other relevant QA/QC documents including inspections.

32. Assist the project team in their production of documentation and the Health & Safety File.

33. In addition to the duties and responsibilities listed, the jobholder is required to carry out such other duties as may be required and as may be assigned by the directors from time to time.

Qualifications

Required skill set of the MEP Commissioning Manager

Relevant degree level qualification in an Engineering Qualification (ONC, HND or Degree Level in Mechanical, Electrical, Building Services.

Proven background in Commissioning Management in mechanical and/or electrical infrastructure.

Project experience in live critical working environments. (data centres, pharmaceutical, laboratories, heavy industrial, etc.)

Knowledge of the construction and engineering industry’s statutory requirements, methods, and processes.

CSCS card holder relevant to role.

IOSH or SMSTS CITB site management safety training scheme course.

First aid at work.

Full UK Driving licence holder.

Willingness to travel or stay away on short term basis dependent on needs of project.

Client facing and client management experience.

Key Skills

Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

Leadership and managerial skills

Commercially awareness

The ability to work well under pressure

Teamworking skills

Good IT and analytical skills

The ability to cope with shift work and unsocial hours, which are often required where equipment is in 24-hour operation.

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

MEP Quantity Surveyor (Home Counties and M3/M4 corridor)

Due to an increase in workload and some major project wins we have an exciting new opportunity for a MEP Quantity Surveyor to join our team based on one of our customer sites in Home Counties and M3/M4 corridor. In this role you will implement best commercial practices to maintain and maximise the profitability and financial performance of the project.

This is full time, site based role working Monday to Friday 08:00am to 05:00pm.

Responsibilities

Take full financial and commercial responsibility for a portfolio of contracts ensuring that JCA cost effectively deliver

contracted services as well as additional services, within legislative and contractual obligations

Responsible for the pro-active financial support of the delivery teams to process monthly valuations, applications, forecasts and any variations

Responsible for the timely and accurate administration of contracts assigned including but not limited to the compilation and submission of EoT requests, variations etc.

Ensure that contracts are correctly administered in accordance with the relevant legal framework

In a timely manner to carry out financial forecasting and reporting of cost, sales, gross profit, and risk associated with all projects assigned to you

Ensure that statutory obligations are met in full and ensure that the business is not exposed to undue risks, with regular reporting on mitigation measures

Ensure that records, data and systems are maintained up to date and in accordance with standards, policies and procedures

Maintain excellent client relationships, develop, and maximise opportunities for additional revenue and margin and contract retention

Work with all stakeholders to identify opportunities in line with business strategy

Qualifications

A minimum of three years experience of managing elements of construction projects, with construction, civils and internal fitout experience

Qualifications: BTEC in Building Studies, Building Engineering or Building Management or a HNC / HND / Degree in Quantity Surveying

Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) qualified preferred

CSCS card holder relevant to role

Can demonstrate leadership and management style in keeping with JCA’s brand image

Can demonstrate excellent analytical skills and has experience of Document Management Systems, SharePoint, Dynamics CRM, Asta Powerproject, Excel, Anaplan or similar/equivalent packages

Has experience of working in an SME and can demonstrate an understanding of the need to have a broad business understanding

Maintain knowledge of the construction and engineering industry’s statutory requirements, methods, differing building contract types and processes

Excellent communication and negotiating skill

Driving licence holder

To apply

If you are interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter as applicable)

Electrical and Mechanical Shift Engineers (Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London)

We are seeking Electrical and Mechanical Shift Engineers to join our Maintenance Services Division at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London. This is a full time, permanent role, working rotating shifts -4 days and 4 nights with four days off in between (working hours for day shift- 08:00am to 08:00pm , night shift- 08:00pm to 08:00am).
The purpose of the role is to be responsible for ensuring that JCA deliver their contracted M&E maintenance and day to day reactive works across the Contract portfolio of Chelsea and Westminster main hospital and St Stephens Centre and Doughty House in a safe and efficient manner and within legislative and contractual obligations, ensuring that records are up to date and of the highest standard. You may also need to support the satellite sites of 56 & 34 Dean Street, 10 Hammersmith and Harbour Yard. Engage with any competence training deemed necessary by the company to carry out the tasks safely and professionally within the scope of works.

KEY ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES
Undertake fault finding on LV panels
Carry out HV switching if trained
Carry out testing of electrical circuits in conjunction with current legislation
Assist other staff with prove dead testing and LOTO procedures
Work on all EL&P circuits in hospital. Carry out emergency light checks and remedials and fill in relevant paperwork.
Respond to Building Management System alarms (BMS), and effect emergency repairs as needed
Work on the sprinkler system
Work on the fire alarm system
Perform lift entrapment duties once trained
Carry out minor plumbing repairs
Carry out minor mechanical repairs
Carry out PPM’s on FCU’s and AHU’s
Carry out basic PPMs on all M&E tasks
Carry out remedial tasks for all M&E remedials
Operate BMS system
Ensure all boiler reports are completed every shift, any anomalies raised to management
Ensure that engineering subcontractors are appropriately supervised, and comply with contractual commitments, and site operating processes
Issue and ensure appropriate controls within the Permit to Work systems
Work in a safe manner with due regard to the environment and the safety of others
Adhere to and comply with procedures, policies, and standards and legislative requirements at all times
Ensure all work undertaken is in accordance with risk assessments, and method statements and where necessary write dynamic risk assessments
Maintain the professional representation of the company’s technical and ethical standards

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
Relevant experience of electrical maintenance
Fully conversant with electrical, mechanical or plumbing maintenance

Desirable Qualifications:
BTEC / HND / HNC / ONC / Degree
Electrical Apprenticeship
City & Guilds 236 Parts one & two
City & Guilds 2360 Levels one and two
City & Guilds 2367 part 1 & 2368 part 2
City & Guilds 2330 Levels two and three
City & Guilds 2357 Levels two and three
Any subsequent City & Guilds course used to replace 2357

To apply

If you or someone you know is interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter)

Mechanical Contract Managers, Electrical Contract Managers, Mechanical Site Managers, Electrical Site Managers

Are you interested in being part of a growing organisation?

Are you seeking an exciting opportunity?

Due to an increase in workload and some major project wins we have a number of vacancies available in London, the Home Counties and along the M3/M4 corridor:

Mechanical Contract Managers

Electrical Contract Managers

Mechanical Site Managers

Electrical Site Managers

About us

JCA is a multi-faceted engineering services and construction business. Our core expertise is in the development of buildings and facilities with business critical engineering systems.

We deliver a comprehensive range of services to meet the needs of commercial property owners operating in a number of industry sectors. From design and construction to fit-out and maintenance, JCA provides a bespoke solution to every client project.

JCA offers clients a first-class service at all times, operating with transparency and integrity. We are proud to provide excellence as standard and its our mission to be recognised as leading our industry in service and innovation through engineering and business excellence.

Our defining quality is our ability to manage projects by keeping our clients’ needs at the heart of everything we do. We take a collaborative and integrated approach to each of our four core business areas:

· Engineering Projects

· Service & Maintenance

· Interior Fit Out

· Professional Services

To apply

If you or someone you know is interested in joining JCA, please submit your application or contact recruitment@jca.co.uk (including a CV and covering letter).

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