Recruitment of outstanding personnel is key to maintaining the reputation for excellence
Ref: Greg2
Contract: Full-Time (Permanent)
First advertised: Monday, 30 May, 2022

Area: Midlands

Job type:
Full-Time (Permanent)

Salary:

Reference: Greg2

Date added to website:
Monday, 30 May, 2022

Description

The Company: Dodd Group was formed in 1947 in Shropshire and has remained a privately owned family business ever since. With an unrivaled reputation within the building services sector we offer a comprehensive electrical and mechanical design, installation and maintenance service across many sectors. The role We are seeking an Electrical Supervisor to assist with delivery of our West Midlands based projects. Working primarily on Social Housing Schemes. You will be the Company's representative on site overseeing and supervising Domestic Testing, repairs, Upgrades and rewires. Based from our Smethwick Office, as the Electrical Supervisor, You will coordinate and supervise the Electrical team to deliver the project on time and on budget. You will scope work on site and assess work required. You will supervise the site schedule of site teams. You will conduct tool box talks and work with the QHSE Manager to ensure health and safety on site. You will need: As the Electrical Supervisor, you will be expected to have experience in all aspects of the electrical trade, qualified to NICEIC Qualifying Supervisor Level. Good Knowledge and experience of delivering domestic/Commercial electrical work including emergency lighting. A JIB Managers/Gold Card be 18th Edition qualified The Package: You will receive a competitive salary, plus a car or car allowance, life cover, private health, access to an EPA, pension and 21 days per year annual leave, (plus public holidays) increasing with service and continuous support and training, You will be working for a company who will offer you the opportunity progress your career. Dodd Group are proud to be an equal opportunities employer Note

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