Are you qualified and experienced Electrcian seeking a new role in the East Midland area. If so, contact us today as we want to hear from YOU!!
At Mears, we are are proud of the services we provide and as such we are looking for a skilled Electrician We are asking you to carry out a range of electrical work to domestic properties as part of our Mears Living Portfolio within our Facilities Management division.
This role is covering the East MIdlands area so you would be expected to travel across Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire as well as South and West Yorkshire
Your duties will include -
To carry out range of electrical work to our clients facilities to ensure that electrical Installations which are worked on are safe for continued use, to safeguard service users, members of the public, clients personnel and Mears employees from any potential danger associated with electricity.
To ensure that ALL electrical work is carried in accordance with The Electricity Work Regulations 1989 and in line with the requirements of BS 7671 (as amended) and Mears Electrical Procedures and Policies.
To carry out repair work as per works orders and in accordance with standard operating procedures to ensure commercial requirements for the number of visits, quality and workmanship, service user satisfaction and costs are met.
To carry out Inspection and Testing on ALL electrical work, ensuring all results are accurate and complete and to maintain all paperwork and electronic data records relevant to the work carried out and to ensure completion of the job is confirmed and a
comprehensive and accurate history is available for audit purposes, which includes quality, H&S issues and for invoicing purposes
To seek authorisation from relevant office based approver before proceeding if work required differs from works order, and document in full any additional works carried out to ensure correct invoicing can be applied.
To utilise existing stock or collect materials as and when required to meet works orders, in accordance with standard operating procedures for purchasing and van stock control compliance
To attend informal and formal meetings and training sessions to ensure up to date business and job knowledge, communication, skills & progression are maintained.
This includes but is not limited to training, re-training, toolbox talks, 1 : 1’s, probation
To adopt a professional manner when communicating with service users and / or client / external contacts to build and maintain a positive view of Mears Group.
This includes but is not limited to appearance, company ID, communication.
To highlight any safeguarding concerns to the relevant customer and
Community officer within branch as early as possible to ensure they liaise with the client in accordance with the safeguarding policy.
To use and maintain company vehicle / van in accordance with company vehicle & insurance policies in order to ensure safety, compliance, accurate and timely reporting of damage, cleanliness & condition (inside and out).
This includes but is not limited to daily photographic recording of condition.
To participate in call out cover if and when required to ensure contract compliance & service user satisfaction for emergency repairs.
What are we looking for?
C&G 2360 Parts 1 and 2,
C&G 2330 Level 2 & 3 or
C&G 2357 including AM2 or
NVQ Level 3 Including AM2
In addition :
C&G 2392 Fundamental Certification, Inspection and Testing or
C&G 2394 Initial Verification and Certification of Electrical Installations.
In addition :
C&G 2382-10 / 12 or 2382-20 or 2382-15 (17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations)
In addition if the role involves carrying out Periodic Inspections
C&G 2395 Periodic Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations (or to have shown competence in the area of Inspection & Testing electrical installations, in accordance with Guidance Note 3 of the IET and have a good knowledge of a variety of electrical installation work.
Knowledge of Commercial properties and associated electrical Installations.
Good understanding of current legislation, Building Control requirements and Governing body (NICEIC) requirements
The ability to communicate on a one-to-one basis and produce information in a written form, including completion of all necessary work documentation.
The ability to analyse given test results, ensuring accuracy.
Good written & verbal communication skills in English with excellent Numeracy skills.
Able to understand & follow standard operating procedures.
Able to use a PDA following training.
A full current Driving Licence and able to work alone or as part of a team.
If these sounds like you then we want to hear from you!