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Covid vaccine monitoring system from Checkit goes live at London NHS immunisation centre

Checkit is supporting the NHS roll-out of the biggest public vaccination programme in UK history.

The company has supplied technology to help ensure the safe storage and management of Covid-19 vaccines at the London immunisation centre, within the Excel Centre in Docklands, as well as over 100 smaller vaccination clinics across the UK.

The strict temperature requirements of the vaccines make it vital to monitor storage parameters, protecting doses from unsafe conditions that could affect their viability.

Checkit’s Connected Automated Monitoring provides 24/7 real-time surveillance of temperature conditions in medical fridges and freezers, via wireless sensors connected to cloud-based data storage. The system provides vaccine coordinators with continuous insight and live alerts. This will reduce wastage and ensure all doses can be effectively utilised.

Partnering with the pharmacy team from the Barts Health NHS Trust, which is managing vaccines at the centre, Checkit engineers worked around the clock to install automated monitoring in just three days – 10 times faster than typical timescales. In a challenging environment, Checkit’s team installed 50 sensors and four data hubs, which were rapidly set live.

Naheed Phul, Deputy Chief Pharmacist at Barts Health NHS Trust, said: “The Covid vaccination programme has been rolled out at an astonishing pace, despite a range of logistical and technical challenges. It is a credit to our amazing NHS staff and a credit to the partners who helped to make it possible, one of whom is Checkit. The Checkit team did a fantastic job within an extremely short time to help ensure the safe delivery of vaccines to the public. Their response was amazing and we are all so very grateful.”

In addition to the London centre, Checkit has extended its automated monitoring to support to over 100 other sites from the South Coast to Scotland. Amid unprecedented demand over the past eight weeks, Checkit has enabled monitoring of vaccine freezers at -80C and fridges between 2C and 8C.

Michael Hobby, Healthcare Transformation Partner at Checkit, said: “I’m immensely proud of our teams and proud that Checkit has been able to contribute to this unprecedented vaccine roll out. Our systems take away some of the pressure from extremely busy frontline teams, providing reassurance of safe storage and contributing to greater public confidence in the very important vaccines being administered.”

Checkit is a long-term supplier of advanced monitoring technology to the NHS and donated equipment to the Nightingale Hospital when it opened at London’s Excel centre in 2020.

On a recent podcast hosted by Prof Gino Martini, the Chief Scientist of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, experts from Checkit were invited to discuss technology that could help coordinate the safe and effective distribution of vaccines throughout the supply chain. Checkit’s Connected Workflow Management prompts, guides and logs the processes managed by teams on the ground to provide leaders with a real-time view of what’s happening, when and where.

Advances in process management and monitoring technology could help support the fast, safe and efficient roll-out of critical medicines including new Covid-19 vaccines.

That was the message from Checkit’s Healthcare Account Director Mike Hobby, and Chief Product Officer David Davies, when they spoke on the PharmSci Today podcast this month.

They were invited to talk about cold chain medicine management on the PharmSci Today podcast hosted by Prof Gino Martini, Chief Scientist at the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

David Davies told podcast listeners: “The aim is to maintain a vaccine in known and controlled conditions. The Covid vaccine, in particular, is passing through a lot of stages and you need rigorous control throughout. That applies from distribution hubs to hospitals and all the way to the smaller community sites where the vaccine is going to be administered to patients.”

Technology is evolving to not only provide real-time data on the condition of temperature-critical medicines, wherever they are, but also to prompt, guide and log the actions people may need to take in response to any problematic variation.

Temperature monitoring evolution

At its most basic, monitoring was the simple act of using a thermometer and noting down the readings on paper. The introduction of data loggers brought technology into this process for the first time, but readings were only available retrospectively, upon the completion of a journey.

There was a major step forward when wired sensors became available and, with them, the ability for measurements to be taken and transmitted in real time. The arrival of wireless sensors expanded the scale of automated monitoring, with vast amounts of live and historic data now stored securely in the cloud and made available wherever needed via online dashboards.

This evolution shifted monitoring from a passive to a proactive approach. Connected automated monitoring provides for detailed analysis, an early warning of potential problems and opportunities to take corrective action.

However, just as the pharmaceutical communities’ rapid development of Covid vaccinations have benefitted from major innovation, so too could the distribution of the vaccines, which poses significant logistical challenges due to the scale and urgency of the programme, plus the specific temperature requirements of the vaccines.

Process management innovation

“We’re starting to see how we can keep the cold chain under even greater control by guiding what happens when something is wrong,” said David Davies. “We can use new mobile technology to prompt someone to respond to an out-of-range temperature incident, putting all the information they need at their fingertips so they can either dispose of a batch or use it more quickly, for example.”

The -70C conditions required by the Pfizer / BioNTech mRNA vaccine poses particular complexities that new technology could help to overcome.

“This technology could be so valuable for vaccines that need to be used within a certain timeframe once they come out of freezing conditions,” David Davies told podcast listeners. “These new tools can actually tell you how long you’ve got until the vaccine expires, so you’re wasting as little as possible and building confidence in the supply chain journey of any particular batch, without having to travel between sites to check.”

Public confidence will be a crucial factor in the success of the vaccination programme and Connected Workflow Management can enhance trust in the process.

Mike Hobby said: “We have to be sure that the right procedures are being followed at all times, not only to satisfy the requirements of the CQC and MHRA but to give the public the confidence that vaccines are safe and effective. There is also potential to reduce the huge cost of medicines that are lost through exposure to unsuitable conditions during storage or distribution. And what we want to do is remove the burden of compliance from people who are under incredible pressure and need to get on with their core healthcare responsibilities.”

To listen to the full podcast (Episode 21), go to https://www.rpharms.com/resources/podcast-central/pharmsci-today

Specialists from Checkit were invited to discuss Covid vaccine distribution challenges on the PharmSci Today podcast hosted by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s Chief Scientist, Professor Gino Martini.

Checkit’s Healthcare Account Director, Mike Hobby, and Chief Product Officer, David Davies, talked about the importance of monitoring temperature-sensitive medicines throughout the supply chain.

The podcast explored the evolution of monitoring mechanisms, from thermometers and paper records to today’s wireless automated solutions, which provide an early warning of improper conditions that could impact the safety and efficacy of medicines.

However, the complexity, scale and urgency of the Covid-19 vaccination programme bring additional challenges requiring innovative approaches.

David Davies explained how Checkit’s Connected Workflow Management could provide another leap forward in the management of medicine storage and distribution. Combining real-time temperature monitoring with process management tools that prompt, guide and record actions at key stages of the supply chain could be transformational. With this approach, healthcare providers can further reduce the risk of medicines being damaged by unsuitable conditions and provide evidence of compliance to increase overall confidence.

The PharmSci podcast (Episode 21) is available here: https://www.rpharms.com/resources/podcast-central/pharmsci-today

For further information visit the Royal Pharmaceutical Society website.

Location: Cambridge

 

The Role

We are expanding our software development team and seeking an ambitious and experienced senior Node.js / javascript engineer. The breadth of technologies involved in this role makes it a complex and challenging environment but it also presents a great learning opportunity.

Essential
  • Proficient with Node.js and JavaScript
  • RDBMS skills
  • Experienced with implementing unit/integration/component/performance testing
  • Single page applications frameworks such as AngularJS or React
  • Experience of developing and working with RESTful microservices
  • BSc or MSc in Computer Science or Engineering, or equivalent
Desirable
  • No-SQL databases e.g. MongoDB
  • Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery
  • Scripting in Bash or Python
  • Cloud-based development through AWS or equivalent
  • Infrastructure-as-code using Terraform or Serverless
  • Fluency in another language (preferably German, French or Spanish)

We look for great talent that thrives on challenging projects. You’ll be working with high-calibre teams in a collaborative, friendly and supportive team environment. We are an advanced user of AWS services. You’ll be working on platform capabilities and product features using the best mix of cloud services and new development.

You’ll be exposed to a wide variety of technologies and features and you will have the opportunity to make a significant impact. You can learn multiple technologies including IoT devices (based on both Linux and Android), cloud environments, web UI (both angular and react) and multiple databases (Dynamo, Mongo and Postgres). You will also collaborate with teams working on our Android and iOS Apps, and data pipelines.

 

Key Responsibilities
  • Designing and developing high quality, testable software in cloud applications
  • Working with product management and UI designers to implement new features with a highly usable and consistent look-and-feel
  • Contributing to the architecture of our applications
  • Debugging applications to support our customer service team in the field
  • Ensuring that software is delivered to a high standard and rigorously tested

 

About You

We are looking for someone who is used to working in a team environment in close cooperation with DevOps, Marketing and Product Management.  The successful candidate will have strong interpersonal skills, good commercial awareness and a desire to deliver an outstanding experience for our customers.

 

Company Overview

Checkit optimizes the performance of people, processes and physical assets with connected digital solutions.

Our workflow, monitoring and analytics services enable safe and productive work, efficient operations and data-driven insight to continually improve performance in large, complex organisations.

For over a decade, Checkit has been working with leaders, operational heads and frontline workers in retail, healthcare, life sciences, facilities management, catering, education, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial property.

Today Checkit has 58,000 registered users in organisations including the NHS, BP, Waitrose / John Lewis Partnership, Sodexo and Center Parcs. Our technologies generate approximately 6.5bn data points per year from thousands of sensors and digital checks.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with its operations centre in Fleet, UK. The company has over 170 employees.

 

We Offer

To attract exceptional people we offer an excellent package.  As well as a competitive salary you can look forward to a contributory pension scheme, life cover, medical insurance and a chance to join a share option scheme.

Continuous professional development is key for all employees at Checkit and we actively encourage our management teams to lead by example.  Our Company is professional, evolving, challenging and, above all, a rewarding place to develop your career.   If you feel you have the relevant skills, experience and gravitas for such a pivotal role, then we would love to hear from you.

Please submit your CV, highlighting your experience, to: careers@checkit.net

Checkit was named Top Ranked Company Overall and Top Ranked Technology Company in the Ambition Nation Listed 50 Awards for 2020.

The Ambition Nation Listed 50 identifies the 50 leading smaller UK-listed companies based on growth and quality. Shortlisted companies are ranked according to The Slide Rule, the equity analysis tool of the award organiser, finnCap.

The award is an independent recognition of Checkit’s commitment to innovation, which empowers large organisations with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) tools to streamline the management of dispersed workforces, complex processes and important physical assets.

In an interview with the award organisers, Keith Daley, Executive Chairman said: “We work with large multisite organisations to enable them to digitally organise and analyse various tasks across their operations. This year has been challenging but Checkit has an important role to play in the new world. Digital transformation has accelerated and, with the increase in remote working, we see a growing need for technology that helps manage people and processes that are widely spread.”

Raymond Greaves, Head of Research at finnCap, explained “Our selection process for Ambition Nation Listed 50 is driven by our in-house developed company analysis system, Slide Rule. What we are particularly looking for are those UK smaller companies that appear to have strong growth prospects and strong return on capital (ROCE). Our analysis has shown that many companies that display these characteristics go on to perform extremely well, both as a business and in share price terms. When we ran this assessment in September 2019 to generate the 2019/20 cohort, Checkit had the best blend of projected growth and ROCE in the universe of companies that we considered, hence topped the ranking overall, and within the tech sector.”

 

Covid-19 vaccine progress has been welcomed around the world. But as scientists inch closer to a viable vaccine, thoughts are turning to the logistical challenges of distributing it as quickly and safely as possible.

There are more than 150 coronavirus vaccines in development around the world. A significant breakthrough came when Pfizer and its development partner BioNTech announced that its mRNA-based vaccine, BNT162b2, is 90% effective after initial tests.

At the same time, promising projects are being developed by teams from AstraZeneca, the University of Oxford, Novovax, Johnson & Johnson, Bharat Biotech, Sinovac, and the Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology.

It usually takes 10 to 15 years to develop a vaccine but there’s a growing sense that we could have a vaccine (or combination of vaccines) to combat coronavirus around the turn of the year.

Vaccine delivery challenges

Delivering any successful vaccines to the public, at the required scale and speed, will be a huge undertaking – not least because of the specific storage temperatures that most vaccines demand to maintain their stability.

Some of the proposed vaccines need to be stored at temperatures of -80C. Others fit into the more normal vaccine storage range of refrigeration between 2C and 8C.

Variation beyond these temperatures could harm the efficacy of the vaccine, leading to lost stock at a time when nobody can afford wastage or delay. Issues like this could also damage public trust, which will be vital to the acceptance of a national immunisation programme of this importance. Patient safety is an absolute priority.

However, there are big technical hurdles to overcome. Some of the proposed vaccines, for example, will require a series of two doses for each individual.

Temperature sensitivity

Vaccines to be stored at freezing temperatures will mean poor accessibility for two-thirds of the world’s population with insufficient cold chain facilities, according to German logistics company Deutsche Post DHL. Even at the typical vaccine temperature range, current infrastructure would only make the vaccine reachable for around 70% of the global population, according to the research by DHL and consultancy McKinsey.

Air cargo providers are expressing similar concerns about their ability to deliver an estimated 10 billion doses of vaccine around the world within a short timeframe. The global roll-out is expected to generate 65,000 tonnes of air freight – five times the air vaccine volume of 2019.

Immunisation programme planning

Back on the ground, frontline healthcare providers are already being asked to prepare for refrigerated storage of coronavirus vaccines – an addition to a higher volume of regular flu vaccine doses. The NHS Flu and Covid-19 Vaccination Programme was released in October.

At Checkit, we are already receiving requests from hospitals, pharmacies and GP surgeries for additional automated monitoring capacity. The present circumstances make it more important than ever that vital stocks are protected from the potential damage of temperature variation. Scrutiny is high and public confidence is pivotal.

Digital capabilities

Digital adoption will surely be crucial in enabling healthcare providers to deliver this unprecedented immunisation programme with the required scale, speed and efficiency.

Technology will be harnessed to support teams at all point of the supply chain, from tracking stock to logging deliveries and performing quality and safety checks. Digital workflow and automated monitoring tools can reduce the manual burden on teams that will be working at full capacity.

Digital tools can also reduce the risk of human error that can occur under extreme pressure, ensuring the highest standards of safety and efficacy – and an audit trail to demonstrate compliance with regulations and standard operating procedures.

Software-as-a-Service advances have given rise to a new generation of process management technology that prompts, guides and logs best practice via a mobile app. Real-time operational data from multiple locations is collated in centralised dashboards for live analysis and trend mapping.

Automated temperature monitoring can be built into the reporting mechanism. Wireless monitoring is now widely used to protect existing vaccines and will be equally important to the roll-out of coronavirus vaccines. Advanced systems enable temperatures to be constantly monitored 24/7, with live alerts activated upon any deviation from safe parameters. This enables immediate action to protect stock, whether that involves restoring power, closing fridge doors or moving the contents to a safer unit.

Thermostats within most fridges may lack the required accuracy – and are rarely independently verifiable. In contrast, a calibrated temperature monitoring system ensures compliance regulations that are audited by the CQC and GPhC.

A partnership approach that embraces digital capabilities can help public healthcare providers rise to the challenge of delivering coronavirus vaccines in the months ahead.

Read our blog on key considerations for vaccine storage or contact the Checkit team to learn more about our automated monitoring and process management solutions for healthcare.

 

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Checkit plc has entered into a Framework Agreement with John Lewis plc for the supply of connected workflow, asset monitoring and building management solutions for a period of three years.

The agreement, effective from 1 August 2020, provides all Waitrose and John Lewis shops with the opportunity to benefit from Checkit’s Connected Workflow Management (CWM), Connected Automated Monitoring (CAM) and Connected Building Management (CBM) services.

A key provision of the agreement is a continuing innovation programme focused on the ongoing adoption of the CWM platform. The platform digitises the scheduling and reporting of operational workflows with a view to automating manual processes, increasing efficiency and delivering greater management insight.

By expanding the suite of services it provides, Checkit aims to support the Partnership in improving the quality and consistency of end-to-end processes – including steps performed by Partners for the first time – by replacing paper and documents with digital process tools. CWM will also deliver new insights and operational KPIs that can be used to analyse performance and identify training needs, as well as generating automatic digital records for in-house and third-party quality inspections.

Keith Daley, Executive Chair commented: “At Checkit, we are devoted to empowering large and complex organisations in their journey to operational excellence. Checkit UK Limited has worked with the John Lewis Partnership since 1993 and we are delighted to be continuing and developing that relationship going forward, with digital innovation at the heart of our new agreement.”  

About Checkit

Checkit optimizes the performance of people, processes and physical assets with connected digital solutions.

Our real-time workflow, monitoring and analytics services enable safe and productive work, efficient operations and data-driven insight to continually improve performance in large, complex organisations.

We streamline the work of frontline teams with Connected Workflow Management; protect critical assets with Connected Automated Monitoring and maximize building performance with Connected Building Management.

For over a decade, Checkit has been working with leaders, operational heads and frontline workers in retail, healthcare, life sciences, facilities management, catering, education, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial property.

In 2019, Checkit expanded with the acquisition of Tutela Medical Monitoring, AXON and Next Control Systems.  The technology services provided by those companies are now integrated into Checkit’s portfolio of solutions.

Today Checkit has 58,000 registered users in organisations. Our technologies generate approximately 6.5bn data points per year from thousands of sensors and digital checks.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with its operations centre in Fleet, UK. The company has over 170 employees.

Location: Cambridge

 

The Role

We’re looking to appoint a Marketing Executive to support the content, campaign, outreach and reporting activities of the in-house Marketing team. Reporting to the Content & Communications Manager, the successful candidate will be a talented writer with good knowledge of digital marketing techniques and social media, and research skills.

 

Key Responsibilities
  • Contribute to the creation of written materials for marketing purposes according to brand guidelines, messaging standards and in line with SEO considerations, including blogs, case studies, brochures, presentations, website content and editorial submissions.
  • Assist in the Company’s social media output, planning and scheduling posts, identifying influencers, building engagement and analysing results.
  • Take an active role in industry, customer and competitor research initiatives designed to continually enhance our understanding of target markets including healthcare, retail and facilities management.
  • Support the marketing team in the production of regular activity and ROI reports.
  • Assist with management and updating of content on the Company website.
  • Take an active role in PR and media relations activity including research and outreach.

 

About You

You will be an excellent writer with an ability to understand complex propositions for different target sectors, conduct research and translate that into impactful copy. You may be a recent graduate or at the beginning of your marketing career. You will be ambitious, hardworking and able to work accurately at pace to tight deadlines. If you’re looking for a dynamic role with opportunities to expand your experience, this could be for you. We are looking for someone who is motivated and passionate about B2B marketing, with an interest in how Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) products can be applied in working environments. The successful candidate will be adaptable, with an excellent understanding of digital marketing channels and practices.

Essential
  • Excellent writing and organisational capabilities.
  • Experience in researching key topics and industries.
  • Skilled in standard office software including PowerPoint and Excel.
  • Experience in the professional use of social media.
  • Can build relationships with professionals at all levels across the Company.
  • Good understanding of digital marketing trends.
  • Ability to drive projects to successful outcomes in a fast-paced, growing business.
  • Demonstrates initiative, willingness to learn and an ability to prioritise multiple demands.
 Desirable
  • Experience with WordPress, HubSpot, Google Analytics and Salesforce.
  • Knowledge of marketing measurement mechanisms.
  • Good understanding of SEO best practice.
  • Experience of website management and content management systems, eg Wordpress.
  • Experience of presenting results to stakeholders
  • B2B marketing experience, particularly in the realm of SaaS.
  • Foreign language(s).

 

Company Overview

Checkit optimizes the performance of people, processes and physical assets with connected digital solutions.

Our real-time workflow, monitoring and analytics services enable safe and productive work, efficient operations and data-driven insight to continually improve performance in large, complex organisations.

For over a decade, Checkit has been working with leaders, operational heads and frontline workers in retail, healthcare, life sciences, facilities management, catering, education, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial property.

Today Checkit has 58,000 registered users in organisations including the NHS, BP, Waitrose / John Lewis Partnership, Sodexo and Center Parcs. Our technologies generate approximately 6.5bn data points per year from thousands of sensors and digital checks.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with its operations centre in Fleet, UK. The company has over 170 employees.

 

What We Offer

To attract exceptional people we offer an excellent package.  As well as a competitive salary, you can look forward to a contributory pension scheme, life assurance and medical insurance cover.

Continuous professional development is key for all employees at Checkit – we actively encourage our management teams to lead by example.  Our Company is professional, evolving, challenging and, above all, a rewarding place to develop your career.

Please submit your cv highlighting your experience, to: careers@checkit.net

Location: Cambridge

 

The Role

This role will be responsible for the technical support of Checkit’s core Business Intelligence (BI) technologies. The successful candidate will support our customers in exposing metrics and data that empower them to improve their operations capability. This person will report to the BI Team Lead and work closely with BI developers and other IT and business stakeholders.

 

Key Responsibilities
  • Provide technical guidance and support to our customers in resolving incidents and issues.
  • Work with the Business Analysts, BI Developers and Functional Teams to support the existing BI technologies.
  • Implement change requests to improve the solution developed.
  • Work closely with internal stakeholders to understand their processes and to recommend technical solutions to support these.
  • Act at level three support to ensure that incidents and problems are resolved in a timely manner.
  • Proactively anticipate, understand, troubleshoot and fix problems using technical expertise and problem solving skills to restore service, identify root cause and implement fixes.
  • Build relevant metrics to monitor customer dashboards, create internal dashboards for Customer Service.
  • Ensure that the Company’s Quality standard (9001) and other compliance standards including Information Security (27001) are continually maintained and adhered to.

 

About You

You will have a solution oriented analytical mindset and understand how to manipulate data to generate insight and information.  You will be a confident communicator able to build relationships and collaborate both internally and with our key customers.

Essential
  • Experience in creating Dashboards / Reports on any of the Reporting tools – Tableau/ Power BI.
  • Confident with Python.
  • Experience of troubleshooting Data Pipelines.
  • Knowledge and experience working with SQL DBs
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Ability to make complex data and technology simple to understand.
  • The confidence to talk knowledgeably at all levels, both internally and externally.
  • A demonstrable ability to build strong collaborative relationships to deliver results.
Desirable
  • A degree in either Computer Science or in a numerical subject.
  • Familiarity with Data Pipelines and Big Data.
  • Beginner-level knowledge of MongoDB and Redshift.
  • Awareness of AWS and Azure.

 

Company Overview

Checkit is a leading provider of next-generation cloud-based services. Our solutions connect people, processes and places in real time with a powerful combination of software, hardware and consultancy services that transform how organisations work. We help large, distributed and complex organisations to optimize performance everywhere by enabling more productive, efficient and safe ways of working. Combining IoT with mobile and sensor technologies, we provide detailed data insights that drive better decision-making and continuous improvement.

For over a decade we’ve been working with leaders, operational heads and frontline workers in multiple sectors including retail, healthcare, life sciences, facilities management, catering, education, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial property.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with its operations centre in Fleet, UK.

www.checkit.net

 

What We Offer

To attract exceptional people we offer an excellent package. As well as a competitive salary, you can look forward to a contributory pension scheme, life assurance and medical insurance cover. Continuous professional development is key for all employees at Checkit – we actively encourage our management teams to lead by example. Our Company is professional, evolving and challenging and, above all, a rewarding place to develop your career. Please submit your CV, highlighting your experience, to: hr@checkit.net

Location: Field-based (within 40 miles of London)

 

The Role

The BEMS Commissioning Engineer is responsible for taking the project lead on site and commissioning the complete BEMS package, either working alone or with other members of the team. The system design, control panels and field devices are organised in advance by the Project Manager, who will support the Commissioning Engineer for the duration of the project.

The role is field-based and involves interacting with mechanical, electrical and other contractors on site, as well as customers and end users for direct business.

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Validate and commission the BEMS on site and in line with the business method statements and input / output schedules provided.
  • Download the control strategies and make modifications where required as part of the commissioning process, document for review on completion.
  • Ability to fault find and diagnose problems with control panels, field wiring and control configuration strategies.
  • Complete the commissioning documentation during the site commissioning and witnessing process.
  • Prove the operation of building services including, but not limited to, heating, chilled water and ventilation plant, prior to handover to the customer and for witnessing to the customer on final completion.
  • Ensure all record drawings and project files are maintained during the project and updated on completion for record purposes.
  • To make minor control panel modifications, adding relays, contactors, labels and controller IO cards when deemed necessary.
  • Communicate regularly and work cross-functionally with other teams.
  • To champion Company values and always demonstrate a committed and positive attitude towards change.
  • Ensure adherence to the Company’s quality and compliance standards.

 

About You

You will have a minimum of four years post training experience in the BEMS sector and be passionate about delivering high quality customer service in a timely and effective manner. You will be located within 40 miles of London.

 

Essential

  • At least 4 years experience as a BEMS Commissioning Engineer or Service Engineer and a strong engineering background.
  • Experience of TREND IQ4, IQ3 hardware, networks and/or Tridium control platforms.
  • C&G level 2 or higher electrical qualifications.
  • Able to diagnose control problems quickly and have foresight into potential issues.
  • Ability to effectively communicate, influence and motivate at all levels on site.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • The ability to build influential relationships to deliver positive improvement.
  • A commitment to working to professional standards and an interest in the success and development of the company.
  • The confidence to contribute, advise and challenge the status quo.
  • The ability to work effectively under pressure to tight deadlines.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

 

Company Overview

Checkit is a leading provider of next-generation cloud-based services. Our solutions connect people, processes and places in real time with a powerful combination of software, hardware and consultancy services that transform how organisations work. We help large, distributed and complex organisations to optimize performance everywhere by enabling more productive, efficient and safe ways of working. Combining IoT with mobile and sensor technologies, we provide detailed data insights that drive better decision-making and continuous improvement.

For over a decade we’ve been working with leaders, operational heads and frontline workers in multiple sectors including retail, healthcare, life sciences, facilities management, catering, education, manufacturing, hospitality and commercial property.

Checkit is headquartered in Cambridge, UK, with its operations centre in Fleet, UK.

www.checkit.net

 

What We Offer

To attract exceptional people we offer an excellent package. As well as a competitive salary, you can look forward to a contributory pension scheme, life assurance and medical insurance cover. Continuous professional development is key for all employees at Checkit – we actively encourage our management teams to lead by example. Our Company is professional, evolving and challenging and, above all, a rewarding place to develop your career. Please submit your CV, highlighting your experience, to: hr@checkit.net