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Cadder Housing Association

Job Vacancies

ELECTRICIAN

EVH Grade TAS 5/6 – £24,151 – £27,611

 

Cadder HA was established in 1994 and is situated in the Northwest of Glasgow.  We own and manage 1050 properties of mixed stock type in Cadder.

If you are a qualified electrician and have experience in working in re-active electrical repairs, testing and improvements and feel you can make a difference in maintaining and improving our tenants’ homes we would encourage you to apply for the post of Electrician in our in-house Trade Team.

Details of the Post:

The successful candidate should possess a relevant qualification and be an SJIB registered Approved Electrician as well as having experience in attending to property repairs, testing and replacements such as electrical testing, rewiring, and consumer unit replacement.  You should have a good knowledge of current Health & Safety Legislation and Building Regulations.

You should have experience in a manual working environment and be able to work to deadlines; be customer focused and be able to communicate effectively with a range of stakeholders; and have a driving license.  You should be able to work on your own initiative or as part of a team, be conscientious; be flexible in your approach to meet organizational goals; and have a pleasant friendly manner.

In return, we offer an excellent package including a competitive salary, a contributory pension scheme, 25 days annual leave plus 15 public holidays.

Closing date for applications will be Monday 5th February 2018 at 12 noon.  CV’scan be emailed to recruitment@caddehrousing.co.uk or posted to the Association’s office.  Interviews are likely to take place week beginning Monday 12th February 2018.

 Cadder Housing Association is an Equal Opportunities employer and we make appointments on merit.  We welcome applications from applicants regardless of their gender, ethnic group, religious or political beliefs, marital status, age and sexual orientation, or who have disabilities.

Cadder HA is a Registered Charity – SC036455