We are looking for a knowledgeable Electrician to join our busy on-site team.
The role will involve 1st and 2nd fixing our projects, testing/signing off our electrical work, disconnections, one to one client liaison, upselling lighting features and ordering materials.
This role will involve travelling to each of our projects which are predominately in and around the home counties but they can sometimes be further afield and require the occasional stay away.
This role requires the person to be a self-sufficient electrician who can manage their time; making it an ideal role for a tradesman with experience looking for the security & benefits that come with working for a company.
Job type: Full-time
Salary is negotiable based upon previous experience.
A full driving licence is required
A van will be provided for travel and we are looking for an immediate start.
The ideal candidate will:
Be fully Qualified (Ideally NICEIC registered): Hold the17th Edition & Electrical Installations 2391/ 2391-52 City & Guilds
Be knowledgeable on electrical building regulation requirements
Be confident and competent to carry out 1st & 2nd fix electrics to domestic properties (mainly)
Be able to test and certify their work
Be able to carry out disconnections
Be familiar with wiring under floor heating systems
Have good standard of onsite Health & Safety
Have previous experience & friendly disposition in liaising with clients on a one to one basis to agree a lighting schemes.
Be able to read drawings/plans
Have good organisation and communication skills
Have a ‘can-do’ attitude
Have an eye for detail
Appreciate that reliability and tidiness is essential.
The company offers a great package including competitive salary (dependant on experience), private healthcare and pension scheme. 20 Days holiday + 1 for your birthday + bank holidays. We are a Silver Investors in People Company, meaning we champion staff development, training and team building.
If you are interested in this role please send your CV/experience to firstname.lastname@example.org