Location: Positions available for Newtown (North Powys) & Brecon (South Powys)
Business Unit: Housing Maintenance - Heart of Wales Property Services
Contract: Permanent, full time
Be part of our exciting Joint Venture with Powys County Council.
Heart of Wales Property Services (HoWPS) is a 50:50 joint venture partnership between Powys County Council and Kier, a leading property, residential, construction and services group. Our partnership began on 3 July 2017 and we are responsible for the repairs and maintenance work to council homes and public buildings across Powys. A consultancy service is also provided, which delivers Powys County Council's major capital investment programme, small works projects and a design and build service. Employing approximately 150 people locally we are headquartered in Llandrindod Wells, and also have teams based in Newtown and Brecon.
As an Electrician you will be responsible for all electrical pre-planned maintenance and reactive work. Your day-to-day activities will include undertaking high quality electrical installation, repairs and maintenance work, carrying out inspections and testing on existing installations, as well as fault finding and diagnostic work as required.
What do we need from you?
With your CSCS card, you will hold previous experience in a similar role and be qualified in NVQ Level 3 or equivalent, City & Guilds 2361 Part 1 & 2 and 17th Edition IEE Wiring Regulations.
What will you receive?
You can expect a competitive salary and a strong benefits package that includes:
Free Life Assurance
Access to our valuable pension scheme - Kier Retirement Savings Plan
Generous annual leave allowance
Options to participate in Cycle2Work and Payroll Giving schemes
Two employee Share Scheme options
24/7 Virtual GP Service, Wellbeing, and Employee Assistance Programme
Access to Kier Rewards, our exclusive Discount Shopping Site with deals available at over 800 retailers
Plus, many more benefits geared to your wellbeing
It's worth remembering that if you are successful, we'll undertake the relevant / standard pre-employment checks after you have been offered a job. This includes taking up your references, verifying your right to work in the UK, verifying your driving licence (if applicable) and a health assessment.
Due to the nature of this role, you will also be required to complete an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service Check (applicants with criminal convictions will be treated on a case by case basis. We do not discriminate based on an applicant's criminal record or the details of any offences disclosed to us). Some roles may also be subject to further pre-employment checks.
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Being part of Kier means living our values of being Collaborative, Trusted and Focused. We all have the potential to shape our world, and it's through these values that we will leave a lasting legacy. Bring your talent and ambition to Kier and you will be given the scope and opportunity to invest in your own future, to build your expertise and contribute to a rich and diverse culture.
Kier is an inclusive employer.