Facilities & Works Engineering

Facilities & Works Engineering

The management of our facilities day-to-day operation ensuring safe and efficient procedures

Our facilities department are highly qualified and trained technicians, engineers and electricians that are responsible for the planning and execution of all maintenance and alterations of the facility, offices, equipment and machinery.

Our facilities and works engineering team are core to the efficient and safe operation at Dynex. With our commitment to continuous improvement, the team review and implement new processes and procedures that maintain and manage the working environment and increase productivity in daily tasks.

The department manages the contracts for security, cleaning, and technology on site, in addition to the planning, executing or overseeing of subcontract work on building projects, refurbishments and work space restructures, they manage the plumbing, electricity and gas supply whilst ensuring the facility meets government regulations and environmental, health and security standards and advise on methods to increase energy efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

If you are looking to join our Facilities departments, we look for the following skills:

  • Strong analytical and ‘hands on’ problem solving skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • A productive and flexible team player
  • Ability to see potential problems before they arise
  • Capable of working to own initiative and comfortably making decisions


"My role as an engineering technician requires an ability to adapt and overcome challenges to maintain the upkeep of the factory. Working at Dynex has given me the opportunity to study part time at college to expand my skill set in plumbing and electricals."

Jack Burroughs, Engineering Technician

"Working at Dynex has given me the opportunity to constantly improve with regular training and part time study, whilst supporting and managing a variety of facility improvement projects such as; the build of our in-house converter lab and a major upgrade to the boiler systems and the combined heat and power engine plant."

Matt Parker, Works Engineering Shift Leader