Vacancy: Compliance Electrician

Closing Date: Midnight, Sunday 5th July

Please note, should we receive a significant amount of applications Newport City Homes reserve the right to close the role early.

Shortlisting Date: Monday 6th July

Interview Date: Thursday 9th July - all interviews will be virtual

Salary: Up to £32,294.28

About Newport City Homes:

At Newport City Homes we are passionate about providing quality housing services for all our residents. We are a values led association which strives for excellence in everything we do. We listen, learn, improve, and most of all, deliver to our communities. With the conclusion of our 2020 vision, this will be a pivotal year to establish our new 2025 strategic vision; heavily focusing upon maximising our investment in homes & communities.

About the vacancy:

We’re looking for people who have a good eye for detail whilst carrying out cyclical testing and inspection of our electrical systems and quality control audits to ensure installations meet the required standards. The role will also include inspections of communal areas and reporting any building defects, in-line with our insurance policy.

Being good with people is important, as you’ll be building good relationships with colleagues and our residents. As well as this, you will be working to tight deadlines and will have the chance to manage your own workload and make decisions.

You will need to have undertaken an electrical apprenticeship or relevant electrical professional training, including inspection and testing and 18th edition qualification in addition to having excellent customer service skills and be able to work on your own initiative whilst prioritising tasks.

A full UK driving licence is essential for this role.

Specifically the Compliance Electrician will:

Actively support the Compliance Team in the delivery of a highly efficient customer focused technical service within the Company’s policies and procedures.
Comply with legal and regulatory requirements and ensuring best practice as well as meeting agreed service delivery standards.
Undertake statutory cyclical inspection and testing of electrical installation within domestic properties, sheltered schemes, commercial buildings and communal areas. Record test results accurately and complete electrical certificates and relevant documentation as required.
Monitor and quality control electrical work carried out by contractors and the in-house electrical team to ensure compliance with specification standards and regulations
Carry out portable appliance testing (PAT) and fixed appliance testing to electrical equipment owned by NCH.
Undertake electrical repair work including replacing defective lighting circuit’s, switches, controls, communal lighting, emergency lighting, and other associated tasks as required.
Inspect and test emergency and communal lighting and where required carry out remedial electrical repairs.
Carry out electrical condition reports within the housing stock and provide condition information to allow an effective planned maintenance programme.

(Please refer to the attached role profile for more information.)

For further information about the role, please contact

Benefits:

Newport City Homes strive to offer enhanced benefits to create a positive work life balance and work environment for our employees:

Enhanced Pension Scheme, we operate two pension schemes, one with Now and one with the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS). LGPS is a defined benefit pension scheme with generous employer contribution values. You may be able to transfer in any other pension you have within your first year of service.
Enhanced Annual Leave, you would start on 25 days annual leave (+ Bank Holidays) which would increase to 30 days following 3 years’ service. As well as this, we operate a Flexible Working policy whereby you can accrue hours and take up to 1 day flexi leave per month. You can also buy and sell up to 5 days annual leave per year.
Agile Working Policy, (Dependent on role). NCH work with the philosophy that “work is something you do rather than somewhere you go.”
Health and Wellbeing, we have many health and wellbeing policies and initiatives such as Cycle to Work, Enhanced Maternity/Paternity/Adoption and Sick leave and a sabbatical leave policy.
Development, we offer many professional and personal development options such as paying for professional membership, sponsored study opportunities and career progression and development.

NCH strives to be an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applications from all sections of the community.