Street Lighting Operative Job In Guildford, Surrey, Highway Technical Recruitment Ltd

Published 2022-06-30
Expires 2022-07-30
ID #1066820346
15 £
Street Lighting Operative Job In Guildford, Surrey, Highway Technical Recruitment Ltd
United Kingdom, Surrey, Guildford,
Published June 30, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Hourly
Occupation: Street lighting operative
Min. Salary: 12.99

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Street Lighting Installation Operative
Location: South East
City Town: Guildford
Department: Operations
Vacancy Type: Employee
About The Role
Our client is currently looking to recruit Street Lighting Installation Operative to work on their Surrey Street Lighting contract in Guildford.
As the Street Lighting Installation Operative you will be part of their Street Lighting Team who are responsible for maintenance of all Street Lighting assets within the Borough of Surrey.
As the Street Lighting Installation Operative your duties & responsibilities will be:
* Installation of street lighting equipment
* To improve the existing network by undertaking installation of new units
* To realign or remove damaged or obsolete lighting units
* To install traffic management in accordance with chapter 8 safety at street works and road works (Red Book)
* To ensure that work undertaken is in line with the current ISO Quality and Environmental standard
* To respond to customers both internal and external in a courteous and helpful manner
* To ensure tools and equipment are cleaned, maintained and stored in the appropriate manner
* To ensure that all paperwork is completed fully and in accordance to the deadline
* To undertake any duty that may be properly deemed by the supervisor to be part of the role of a street lighting operative
* To undertake emergency, call out as directed within working hours and outside working hours on a rota system
* To update inventory information of assets using PDA’s/Tablet/Paper format
* Daily vehicle checks are undertaken, and the vehicle is kept clean and tidy
* To ensure members of the public are kept informed of works and are not put in any danger due to works being undertaken
Skills & Knowledge Requirements:
* Current valid driving licence
* Experience of working on the highways
* Familiarisation with HIAB crane
* MEWP Category 1b (IPAF)
* HIAB crane operator
* G39 - Desirable
* First Aid at Work - Desirable
* Manual Handling
* ECS Test
* 18th Edition Wiring Regulations
* Level 2 Electrical Qualification or Equivalent
* Previous street lighting experience
What’s in it for you?
* 21 days' annual leave plus 8 days' bank holiday and Pension scheme
* Life Assurance and Personal Accident Insurance
* Company van and fuel card (business use only)
About The Company
Our client embraces diversity, opening a rich potential for new ways of thinking and helping us to build successful and winning teams. They would like you to perform at your best at every stage of our recruitment process; and as a Disability Confident employer, if you require any adjustments that would assist you throughout your application,
They also welcome you to ask about the flexibility you need. Anyone who applies for a role can ask about flexibility at interview; whether this is part-time working, home working, or any other alternative. In return, we will explore what is possible for the role.
This is an advert for our job vacancy, and therefore may not be inclusive of all assigned duties, responsibilities, or aspects of the role described, and may be amended at any time at the sole discretion of our client

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    Highway Technical Recruitment Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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