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We're looking for candidates across capital projects, compliance, maintenance and engineering services to join our department.

Current Vacancies

We are looking to recruit


Electrical Improver

Do you have work experience in electrical maintenance, repair, installation and fitting? If so, we have an opportunity for you to make an impact on our department of Campus Infrastructure.

We’re looking for dedicated Electrical Improvers to join our teams focused on electrical installation, maintenance, and compliance. In this role, you’ll be working closely with our skilled Electricians, assisting them in installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical systems under expert supervision.

Don’t miss this chance to make a real impact and grow your career with us!

Read the full details and job description for Electrical Improver

Assistant Building Management System Engineer

Do you have experience of working closely with workshop supervisors, engineers, and managers to deliver continued support of building services? If so, we have an opportunity for you to make a difference as our Assistant Building Management System Engineer.

In this role you'll play a pivotal part in ensuring the effective operation of the University’s Building Management System (BMS) providing expert knowledge, guidance, and support in its strategic development and to ensure the safe and timely completion of planned and reactive maintenance of the Building Management System.

Read the full details and job description for Assistant Building Management System Engineer

Mechanical Services Engineer

We will shortly be looking to recruit a Mechanical Services Engineer to assist the Head of Engineering Services to ensure that mechanical services, plant and equipment are both operated and maintained safely, efficiently, reliably and in compliance with legislation.

This is an exceptional opportunity for you to use your skills and knowledge of mechanical services plant to evaluate, analyse, and diagnose system faults and failures to affect a rapid return to service, that safeguards business continuity. You'll also have responsibility for responding effectively to failures in mechanical services.

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Assistant Maintenance Manager

Are you an experienced Maintenance professional? Do you have experience in the management of regulatory compliance and undertaking routine and legislative checks? If so, we have an opportunity for you to make an impact on the Department of Campus Infrastructure.

We're looking for an exceptional Assistant Maintenance Manager to assist the General Maintenance Manager, you'll be at the forefront of our team, diagnosing and rectifying a broad range of building related defects/problems and alterations.

Read the full details and job description for Assistant Maintenance Manager.

About the Department of Campus Infrastructure

Who we are


Campus infrastructure is made up several teams;

  • Capital Projects
  • Compliance
  • Campus Services
  • Campus Infrastructure Operations
  • Engineering Services.

Together we aim to help the University achieve its mission of delivering world-class research and teaching, by striving to maintain, refresh and expand the University of Bath Campus in a world class fashion.

What we do


Campus Infrastructure delivers major capital, long term maintenance and space reconfiguration projects across the university estate to ensure continued student and staff satisfaction.

We also manage the repair, maintenance and installation of university facilities in academic and residential buildings including:

  • Helpdesk & workshops for mechanical, electrical and Carpentry
  • Mechanical networks for water, gas, heating, air conditioning and specialist extract systems
  • Electrical High Voltage and low voltage systems - Power & Lighting
  • Building management & control systems
  • Fire safety systems including alarms, dampers and fire stopping
  • Passenger and goods lifts
  • Automated doors and security systems
  • Asbestos management
  • Compliance of Emergency lighting & water hygiene to statutory requirements
  • Energy Management, Carbon reduction and setting the agenda for sustainability
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Budgets


Over the next five years, The university is seeking to enhance it's global position within the top world-leading institutions.

Delivery of our university strategy will see significant investment of the next 15 years with an anticipated £1.3b spend to meet its objectives. Campus Infrastructure play a significant role in those plans and supports the delivery of our strategy and long term maintenance plan, not to mention the ongoing planned and reactive maintenance.

It's anticipated that we will be delivering in excess £50m of campus infrastructure projects, annually and this scale of delivery, on what is a compact and complex campus, requires significant planning and management.

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Work With Us


With around 100 staff, the Department of Campus Infrastructure has many different jobs such as electricians, carpenters, plumbers, painters, maintenance assistants, project managers, engineers and administrators.

The department has an excellent reputation for nurturing talent through apprenticeships and internal promotions. There are plenty of opportunities for personal growth here.

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Working at Bath


Our campus is surrounded by beautiful countryside, close to the vibrant city of Bath; full of historic charm, contemporary culture, and green spaces, making it an excellent environment in which to work.

We strive to be an inclusive university where difference is celebrated, respected, and encouraged. We have an excellent international reputation with staff from over 60 different nations and have made a positive commitment towards gender equality and intersectionality receiving a Silver Athena SWAN award. We truly believe that diversity of experience, perspectives, and backgrounds will lead to a better environment for our employees and students, so we encourage applications from all genders, backgrounds, and communities, particularly from underrepresented groups, and value the positive impact that will have on our teams.

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