Due to continued growth, we would like to hear from qualified Electricians (particularly in the London area) who are interested in joining our skilled and committed team.
You will carry out electrical installation testing in our customer’s properties, producing reports that meet the requirements of BS7671 while maintaining a safe working environment at all times. Our customer base is diverse, so whilst performing the role you will visit some interesting buildings and meet many great customers.
More specifically your responsibilities will be to:
Carry out Periodic Inspections of clients electrical installations in accordance with the current edition of BS7671
Produce Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) which meet the requirements and quality standards of clients and external accrediting bodies (e.g. NICEIC)
Perform other electrical tests and inspections and produce the appropriate industry recognised reports (e.g. Emergency Light testing, Fixed Appliance testing)
Carry out electrical rectification / remedial repairs and produce the appropriate documentation in accordance with the current edition of BS7671
Adhere to Company Health & Safety Policies and Procedures at all times
Represent PTSG, acting with integrity and professionalism in all communications with clients and colleagues
Keep abreast of changes and amendments of standards, regulations and best practice within the electrical industry
We are looking for professional and committed people who have:
City & Guilds 2360 Parts 1&2 or 2330 Levels 2&3 plus NVQ 3
City & Guilds 2391 or 2394/5
City & Guilds 2382 17th Edition
Substantial post apprenticeship experience
Full UK Driving Licence
Relevant computer literacy to enable production and electronic submission of reports
Good written and verbal communication skills
Flexible attitude with strong organisational skills
We offer a competitive package that includes a fully expensed company vehicle.
To apply, please send your CV with contact details to [email protected] or write to Keith to organise a time to talk more informally first about the role and our expectations.