Electrical Fitter

11 May 2017
08 Jun 2017
Luke Willis
Contract Type
Full Time
Your Mission:

To be part of a team installing and constructing electrical power distribution and transmission systems from 400V to 132kV in a manner that delivers safe, high workmanship quality and fit for purpose networks for the customer and which promotes the company in a positive light at all times.

Your responsibilities:

1 The installation of ground mounted and structure mounted power system components including cable systems, switchgear, transformers, busbars, relay panels and associated equipment in substations operating at up to 132KV.
2 Progress to "Authorised Person" status under the Customer's Safety Rules, allowing the individual to a) have independent access to substations containing live exposed conductors, b) to receive a permit to work and c) to supervise a working party.
3 Perform in a professional manner to help build customer confidence and thereby contributing to the promotion of Projects Business growth.
4 Provide support in terms of commitment, effort and dedication as required to fellow team members and customers.
5 To work within all set procedures and to ensure Health and Safety is the most important element in this regard.
6 Complete all tasks and task types allocated, increasing skill range and knowledge in the process. This can include excavation work, cable pulling, mechanical fitting, electrical fitting, and small wiring - including relay panel and telecontrol works.
7 When leading a team - undertake the preparation of materials/equipment/labour resources for upcoming works.
8 Undertake the site supervisor role in accordance with the CDM regulations as required - this may include the control of Customer appointed contractors and/or company appointed sub contract labour when required.
9 Keep safe and maintain all company property issued, ensure it is routinely PAT or calibration tested and bring to the company’s attention any items that are not of a serviceable nature in a timely manner.

About you:

Suitable mechanical or electrical qualification - City & Guilds, 17th Edition and/or relevant experience.

Practical or craft skills experience using hand tools.

Basic operational knowledge of electrical or mechanical systems.

Site safety passport and/or experience of working on CDM sites - desirable

Apprentice training within a similar environment - desirable

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