Electrician

Posted 4 days agoExpires in 7 days
Liverpool
Employee
Per annum

Liverpool Cathedral is a unique building with electrical installations covering each decade over the last 100 years. We are looking for someone to join our team to work in this beautiful building and its surrounding properties.

This role is unique and interesting and requires someone who enjoys a variety of tasks and can adapt to different priorities very quickly.

Free on-site parking
Pension scheme
25 days holiday plus bank holidays
Closing date - 23rd June 2021
Interviews to take place 1st July 2021

To carry out installation and maintenance of electrical power supplies to the Cathedral (Commercial), Cathedral Estate ( Commercial) and Cathedral Housing (Residential) ensuring that all electrical works and alterations are in accordance with the relevant NICEIC http://www.niceic.com/ Institute Electrical Engineers ( IEE) and British Standards.

The job will require a mixture of reactive electrical repairs and planned or preventative maintenance electrical repairs.

  • Carrying out electrical testing and inspection and rectification/compliance works required under NICEIC including Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and self – certifications.
  • Inspection of existing electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair and to ensure compliance.
  • Assembling, installing, testing, certify and maintaining electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures.
  • Planning and carrying out electrical small projects and support multi-trade building projects.
  • The repair or replacement of distribution boards, electrical wiring, lighting, wide variety of mechanical, electrical equipment and fixtures using hand tools and power tools to include minor building work and making good.
  • Diagnosing of malfunctioning Mechanical and Electrical systems, apparatus and components using test equipment and hand tools to locate the cause of a breakdown and correct the problem.
  • The successful candidate will assist the Clerk of Works in compilation of Cathedral Asset Register and liaison with appointed Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and/or Insurers.
  • Undertaking additional duties as might reasonably be requested by the Clerk of Works.
  • Undertake required safeguarding training as instructed and as necessary.

Essential requirements

  • Valid Electrotechnical Certification Card ( Installation Electrician) or equivalent competency based electrical qualification.
  • Minimum 5 Years Installation experience.
  • Full range of knowledge, skill and electrical competency to undertake the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance/alteration works to electrical installations to current version of BS 7671.
    • Commercial and Domestic Installations
    • Electrical Installation Condition Reporting
  • Self-Certification in accordance with Approved Document P
  • Physically Fit with good eyesight and mobility, ability to work at height and confined spaces.
  • Good communication skills in relation to electrical works.
  • As part of the Cathedral community, the mutual respect required between all members of the team and those connected with the Cathedral is important. You will be required to conduct yourself in a manner in keeping with the Cathedral and its activities.
  • Willing to undergo all Safeguarding and other training that may be required.

Desirable requirements

  • NICEIC Approved “Competent Person”
  • Construction Skills Certification Scheme
  • Knowledge and experience of working on Historical Buildings and in the Commercial or Education Sector.
  • Full range of knowledge, skill and competency to undertake the design, installation, commissioning and maintenance/alteration works to electrical installations to current version of BS 7671.
    • Security Systems
    • Fire Safety
    • Street Lighting
    • MSC
  • Team player, personable and approachable
  • Understanding and appreciation of the Mission and Ministry of the Cathedral and the contribution the post will make.

Liverpool Cathedral

Liverpool Cathedral is part of the Anglican Diocese of Liverpool and it is part of the Church of England. Liverpool Cathedral is primarily a place of prayer and worship. At least three times a day the community comes together to worship God and to pray for the needs of the world, the church and people. As a Cathedral, we welcome all and recognise that some staff have no faith, or maybe exploring faith, but all are welcome.

Liverpool Cathedral is a place of encounter. That encounter is between God, people, space, and partnerships. The Cathedral activity is diverse and within that diversity, people will encounter other people, the building and its vast space and local organisations through its partnerships and God.

Our values

Our values are important to the organisation and to each of us as we aim to be inclusive, to act with integrity, to be excellent in all our dealings and operate with a dynamic approach.