Electrician

Posted 1 month agoExpires in 1 day
Liverpool
Employee
£29 -£31k

25 days holiday per year plus 8 bank holidays
Free parking on-site
Discount in our restaurant and shop
EAP scheme offered

Closing date 19th September

Working in a unique building maintaining the electrical installations, some that have been in place for many years, the successful candidate will carry out installation and maintenance of electrical power supplies to the Cathedral (Commercial).

The role will also carry out the same functions for the 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.

Some experience with lead cabling would be an advantage.

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

The Main tasks of this role include -

  • Carrying out electrical testing and inspection and rectification/compliance works required under NICEIC including Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) and self – certifications.
  • Inspecting existing electrical systems, equipment and components to identify hazards, defects and the need for adjustment or repair and to ensure compliance.
  • Assemble, install, test, certify and maintain electrical or electronic wiring, equipment, appliances, apparatus and fixtures.
  • Planning and carrying out electrical small projects and support multi-trade building projects.
  • Repairing or replacing 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 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.
  • Assistsing the Clerk of Works in compilation of Cathedral Asset Register and liaison with appointed Mechanical and Electrical Engineers and/or Insurers.
  • Undertaking other additional duties as might reasonably be requested by the Clerk of Works
  • Completion of relevant on-going Safeguarding awareness and training.

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.

Experience in 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.

You will be required to behave in a manner in keeping with the Cathedral and its activities. As part of the Cathedral community, the mutual respect required between all members of the team and those connected with the Cathedral is important.

To work in sympathy with the aims and mission of the Cathedral and a willingness to follow its ethos.

Desirable requirements include -

NICEIC Approved “Competent Person”.

Construction Skills Certification Scheme.

Knowledge and experience of working on Historical Buildings and in the Commercial or Education Sector.

Experience of working with lead cabling.

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

Ability to work well as part of a team.

Liverpool Cathedral is Grade I listed, the largest cathedral in the UK and one of the largest in the world. Historic England calls us: “the last undoubted masterpiece of the Gothic craftsmanship, in England.” We are a vibrant, active place that the people of the city, regions and world encounter in many ways. As a Cathedral, we face out into Liverpool and we see our mission as engaging with the city and the needs and welfare of its people whether they hold a Christian faith or not.

Liverpool Cathedral sits at the centre of five converging conservation areas. Our building is considered to be the crowning achievement of globally renowned architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott, who was also responsible for British icons such as Battersea Power Station and the red telephone box. We house the Grand Organ, the largest pipe organ in the UK and one of the largest instruments in the world. We have an internationally renowned choir, and our art collection includes work by artists such as Tracey Emin, Elisabeth Frink, and Charles Lutyens. We have won (or been shortlisted for) numerous Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards, and before COVID-19, we were one of the most visited Cathedrals in the UK, welcoming over 800,000 visitors each year.

Liverpool Cathedral is proud to be a place of Encounter, built by the People, for the People, to the Glory of 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.