Competitive starting salary of £42,000 depending on qualifications and experience (with potential for enhanced income/price work)
If you are looking for an opportunity to develop and grow your skill sets within one of the UK's premier companies of its type and have a desire to be the best you can be then we are eager to hear from you.
Due to the continued growth of our existing order book and in anticipation of significant growth in early 2022 in relation to the electrical renewables field
Dyson energy Services have exciting opportunities for a number of electricians who are confident they meet the following criteria:
Energetic, self- starter with high personal standards of workmanship.
Ambitious for technical and personal growth within the role.
Reliable with excellent time keeping.
The scope for personal development and career progression is excellent if you have the minimum experience detailed below.
Skills preferred for the role:
Fully qualified Electrician, experienced in electrical installation work, holding 18th edition requirements for electrical installations qualification.
City and guilds or 2394/51/52 or 2391 inspection and testing qualification, or equivalent is advantageous.
EVC qualifications (desirable but not essential as training provided)
Solar PV and Solar Battery qualifications (desirable but not essential as training provided)
Air and Ground source heat pump experience (desirable but not essential as training provided)
Has completed a recognised apprenticeship.
Must have a current CSCS or ECS card.
Must be willing to work away from home when required.
Full clean driving licence.
Able to fill out electrical certificates accurately and demonstrate an understanding of basic electrical theory.
Installation, testing and commissioning of a wide range of electrical work, with a focus on renewable technologies and ventilation, across the domestic, retail and commercial sectors, including all types of containment.
Completion of scheduled workload with the minimum of supervision.
Being an ambassador for Dyson Energy Services in a mostly customer facing role.
Very competitive starting salary of £42,000 depending on qualifications and experience (with potential for enhanced income/price work).
Continuous professional development and technical training.
Company van with fuel card.
Auto-enrolment pension scheme.
Health care package.
28 days Holiday entitlement; including 8 bank holidays
Dyson Energy Services is a leading national installer of energy efficient solutions which includes insulation, heating, renewables as well as a distribution business supplying many insulation, heating and building products. We have an enviable reputation for setting the standards in delivering excellent Customer Service and Quality for our clients for more than 40 years.
Dyson Energy Services is an equal opportunities recruiter, and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.
Please note that due to the high volume of applications received, we are unable to respond to those who do not meet the required criteria for this role and only candidates who meet the minimum criteria will be contacted.
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