Electrician (DLO)

£37,698 per annum
09 May 2022
29 May 2022
Full Time
Housing association / RP

What you'll do

The Electrician is an essential member of the Direct Repairs department in providing a comprehensive, efficient and responsive property service delivery with the occasional Out of Hours work which will add to your earnings. As a member of the Direct Services Team, the primary focus is providing a high-quality responsive maintenance service to all residents, internal colleagues and partners. You will provide clear structure and support to operatives in managing repairs effectively from issue to completion and final quality assurance.

What you'll need

A proven track record of working within a DLO service, where customer satisfaction is at the heart of service delivery - 2 years’ experience ideally.

The possession of a relevant trade qualification and/or experience in relation to building, maintenance or technical background such as:

  • 18th Edition Certificate
  • Qualified to Part 1 & 2 City and Guilds for electrical installation
  • City and Guilds 2391 testing and inspection
  • Formal technical qualification in electrical engineering

Specialist knowledge of Principles of electrical services, Electrical installations: fault diagnosis and rectification, inspection, testing and commissioning.

You’ll be able to submit presentable and accurate paperwork including PDA database information as per requirements of the contract to establish works are carried out and coding costing information is obtained.

You’ll have a valid UK driving licence and the ability to travel between sites and offices across all regions.

Closing date for applications: 29th May 2022 at 23:59

What's in it for you

  • Pension
  • Life assurance
  • Healthcare cash plan
  • Eyecare & dental
  • Birthday leave
  • Retailers discounts
  • Cycle to work
  • Buy & sell annual leave
  • Season ticket loan
  • In-house academy & career development
  • Flexible working

Inclusion and Diversity

At Optivo we work hard to create a diverse and inclusive culture and environment where people are respected for who they are. Encouraging inclusion is not just about protected characteristics, it’s about celebrating differences of thought, opinion, experience and perspective of each individual. We’re all different in our own way and we want our colleagues to feel comfortable, that they belong, and are safe to be themselves at work, without fear of being judged or excluded, but valued for their contribution to our One Team approach.