• Job Reference: VAC00347
  • Date Posted: 29 March 2021
  • Recruiter: Gov Facilities Services Limited (GFSL)
  • Location: HMP Winchester, Hampshire
  • Salary: £30,000 to £33,000
  • Sector: Facilities Management
  • Job Type: Permanent

Job Description

We are Gov Facility Service Ltd, a non-profit company owned entirely by the Ministry of Justice, supplying facilities management services to 50 prisons over the South and East of the UK with an employee count of 1400.

Why join us?

* Key workers status due to the critical work that we undertake to maintain the prison estate.

The GFSL work environment offers variety, a positive team culture with opportunities to develop your skills and experience.

In addition to stability and job security, if you are successful, you will be offered a competitive salary along with 25 days holiday (plus bank holidays) and entry into our pension scheme from day one. We also offer health and well-being benefits including our Employee Assistance Programme and Life Assurance.

We are seeking an Electrician to assume responsibility for:

  • The maintenance, installation and repair of electrical systems within the prison estate.
  • Accountability for general reactive maintenance.
  • Fault finding, ensuring satisfactory fault rectification.
  • Undertaking general maintenance tasks and survey inspections in areas including confined spaces and at height.

You must be able to demonstrate the following Qualifications and Experience:

  • Qualified to C&G 2367 or 2357 (Electrical Installation) and NVQ level 3 in Electrical Installations or equivalent.
  • Must have a certificate in BS7671 - The Requirements for Electrical Installations, 17th or 18th Edition.
  • Experience working on commercial or industrial electrical systems is desirable.
  • Good working Knowledge of relevant health and safety requirements.

You will need to meet our stringent vetting requirements and satisfy pre-employment checks.

If this sounds like the ideal role, please apply today and we will be in touch.

No agencies please!