|Job Title||Electrical Installer|
|Job Published||almost 3 years ago|
Salary: £20-22k per annum
Start date: ASAP
Our Client is a leading provider of solutions and services that solve transport, lighting, infrastructure and telecommunication problems across the Urban and Inter Urban environments. They are part of a global technical services provider, with a turnover in excess of €4bn and circa 23,000 employees.
Our Client is a keen supporter of ex-forces personnel and to be considered for this role you should have served in the British Armed Forces.
We are currently looking for Installers to join Urban team with a focus on traffic lights and lighting in Devon.
The role entails routine activities to be carried out, in the main installations will be to a set standard and programme with very little deviation expected. Most projects are planned with customers and timescales agreed.
All tasks and time within the role are managed on a daily basis by the senor installer. Supervision and management is given by the immediate manager. A small amount of problem solving is required when to inform supervisors regarding potential site issues. There will be a few escalated problems to be solved within this role.
The post-holder will be required to make on site decisions with regards to Health and Safety. They will be responsible for their own PPE, on site safety and that of the public.
The tasks for the majority of the time will be performed in an outside environment but will include some office environment working. Within the role there are disturbing factors of weather, noise and the public.
To be considered for this role you should be ex-military and have the following skills, experience and qualifications:
As a minimum the successful candidate would need substantial experience in the role. A detailed understanding of electrical installation and theory along with an understanding of site drawings. The role will require the employee to stay up to date with the latest developments in the field and the employee is expected to maintain specialised training in the field.