Electrical Site Supervisor
Our Client is a forward-thinking social organisation that positively impacts communities. They're also proud to create opportunities that make things happen - for people, families, homes and communities. They're a busy team with lots to do. They can only achieve this if they've got the right resources so they look for people and partners with as much enthusiasm and passion as they have for making things happen.
They are currently looking to recruit an Electrical Site Supervisor to join them to manage and supervise trade operatives and sub-contractors in the most profitable and productive way possible.
Ensuring the consistent delivery of an efficient and cost-effective customer-focused operational planned management service, covering all maintenance and repairs activity undertaken by the section and assisting in the implementation of processes for the continuous improvement of organisations planned works service activities.
Receiving and issuing daily job orders to and from trade operatives and sub-contractors, you will carry out pre and post and intermediate site electrical inspection visits and undertake quality checks on completed work, or work in progress as required; liaising with the Site Managers and Site Supervisors on the performance of repairs and completion dates.
Quantifying and ordering materials to assist the trade operatives to carry out their duties effectively, you must identify repair work not attributable to normal wear and tear and take photographic evidence and when necessary and effectively supervise Trade operatives and sub-contractors in accordance with the organisations HR policies and procedures.
With a minimum of 4 years’ experience as an Electrician in addition to a recognised Electrical Apprenticeship, the 17th Edition I.E.E.Wiring Regulations, a valid ECS card and asbestos awareness certification, candidates must have experience of working on the maintenance of domestic properties preferably within a social housing background. A City & Guilds 2391 or equivalent qualification is preferable but not desirable.
As well as a competitive salary and a generous holiday entitlement, they offer a range of benefits for a rewarding career including a health cash plan, pension scheme, child care vouchers and staff discount club membership. They’ll also make sure you get the training and benefits you deserve.
Our Client is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.
Closing date for applications: 15th May 2018
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