Stoke City Football Club of the English Football League is looking for a Maintenance Engineer to support its facilities operations at the bet365 Stadium, our training ground facility at Clayton Wood in Trent Vale, as well as our indoor training facilities, warehouse and retail outlets.
Reporting to the Maintenance Manager and working as part of our maintenance team the successful applicant will carry out planned and reactive electrical repairs and installations across all Stoke City Football Club sites.
The ideal candidate will have excellent fault finding skills, be able to work as part of a team and be qualified to City and Guilds 2357 Level 3 Diploma, AM2 and City and Guilds 2382-18 18th Edition.
A driving licence and familiarity of CAFM systems is desirable.
The positions will be offered on a full time basis.
The role requires a high degree of flexibility to cover evenings, weekends and matchday fixtures.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and adults at risk and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. Background checks and DBS checks at the appropriate level will be obtained prior to employment commencing.
Closing date for applications is Friday 29th October 2021.
Stoke City Football Club is an English professional football club based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. Founded as Stoke Ramblers in 1863 the Club changed its name to Stoke City in 1925 after Stoke-on-Trent was granted city status. We are proudly the oldest professional football club in the world, and are one of the founding members of the Football League.
The Club's first, and to date only, major trophy was won in the 1972 Football League Cup Final, when the team beat Chelsea 2–1. The club have won the Football League Trophy on two occasions, first in 1992 and most recently in 2000. The Club's highest league finish in the top division is 4th, which was achieved in both 1935/36 and 1946/47. The Potters have competed in European football in 1972/73, 1974/75; and most recently in 2011–12 after reaching the FA Cup Final in 2011, finishing runners-up to Manchester City.
Stoke City's home ground is the bet365 Stadium, a 30,000+ all-seater stadium. Before the stadium was opened in 1997, the club was based at the Victoria Ground, which had been their home ground since 1878. The club's nickname is 'the Potters', named after the pottery industry in Stoke-on-Trent. The Club's traditional colours are red and white vertically striped shirts, white shorts and stockings