Electrical professionals are responsible for conducting essential system maintenance and repairs whilst having the ability to install new systems that comply with up to date regulations and safety guidelines. Diagnosing electrical problems and pinpointing issues is also essential in order to identify the parts required to combat the faults.
Electricians are also required to support the planning stage prior to installation, and therefore must have a strong understanding of equipment, fittings and cabling practices. As an electrician, your workplace may vary most days, from attending to homes throughout the day or spending time at commercial buildings on larger projects.
Do I qualify for an Electrical job?
Clients on the lookout for Electrical professionals usually request that candidates have either secured an Apprentice qualification or successfully obtained a Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Electrotechnical Services. Electricians must be able to work independently as well as in a team and possess excellent communication skills in order to deal with different customers every day. High attention to detail combined with exceptional mathematics skills are vital.
Contact the Technical Division Team
Email the Technical Division at firstname.lastname@example.org.