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Approved Electrician, Street Lighting, Perth

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Construction in Perth and Kinross Expires in 4 days

Are you a time served Electrician looking for a permanent position with excellent benefits?

You will be a time served electrician and hold a relevant CSCS (health and safety) qualification and a relevant IET Regulations certificate. Whilst certification of current IET Regulations is desired, previous editions would be considered with appropriate training provided to the successful person. A current driving licence, Category B, is essential and Category C1, C or C+E is desirable. A current Drivers CPCP for HGV licence is also desirable.

Ref: 14346

Hours: 37 hours per week Mon Thu 7.30am-3.30pm and Fri 7.30am-3.00pm

Salary: £25,524 - £27,936 per annum

Requirements

Must have a UK Category B or equivalent drivers licence to apply.

Job Description

Tayside Contracts are seeking to employ an Approved Electrician within the Perth & Kinross area at Ruthvenfield Depot, Ruthvenfield Road, Inveralmond Industrial Estate, Perth. In this role you will provide installation and maintenance services for public lighting installations, other electrical street furniture and building electrical work.

Job Specific Information

We offer a competitive salary*, have some fantastic employee benefits and have opportunity for working overtime at enhanced rates. Approved Electrician: £25,524.45 - £27,936.06 per annum (£13.23 - £14.48 per hour). *salary placing is dependant on skills and experience. Additionally: • Standby Payment - £123.28 per week when on standby (it is a contractual requirement that Approved Electricians participate on a stand-by rota). • Access to a local government, career average pension scheme which provides life and ill-health cover (17% contribution by Tayside Contracts). • 32 days annual leave including 5 fixed public holidays rising to 37 days after 5 years' service. • Long service days after 10 years (1 day), 20 years (3 days) and 30 years' service (5 days). • Family Friendly Policies. • Cycle to Work Scheme. • Learning and Career Development Opportunities. Working Patterns You will be required to work 37 hours per week, Monday to Friday. You will be required to participate in a stand-by rota, which is currently 1 in 4. If you have the skills and experience to succeed in this role, please apply online via our website or call (01382) 812721 for an application pack. For an informal discussion, please contact Mark Livingstone, Project Supervisor on 01738 476955.

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