Electrical Supervisor (NICEIC Quality Supervisor)

JOB SUMMARY
A demanding position which requires an individual to work flexibly and travel across Northern Ireland and also use their own initiative in a fast moving environment
MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Qualified Electrical Supervisor  
This role will include carrying out duties as a NICEIC Supervisor,
maintaining, validating and signing off NICEIC certifications as well as
overseeing the electrical team.  
Oversee contract works including testing and remedial works.
Manage and document a regime of physical and technical inspection and audit to confirm that all electrical installations and assets are maintained in a manner that is fully compliant.
Manage and document a quality control regime to ensure the Electrical
team deliver planned, preventative maintenance programmes and response repairs in accordance with the requirements of the contracts.
Inspect major service failures, intermittent faults and protracted repairs.
Inspect works in progress to ensure that the contractor is working safely
in accordance with health and safety.

A Qualified Supervisor is responsible for:
(a) the day to day safety, technical standard and quality of the electrical
work carried out under that person’s supervision; and
(b) the technical standard of electrical installation work; and
(c) fulfilling the training and/or experience requirements, from time to
time, prescribed and published by NICEIC; and
(d) being conversant with the Electricity at Work Regulations, BS 7671,
associated guidance material as prescribed by NICEIC, appropriate
British Standard and other Industry Codes of Practice; and
(e) being well versed in the inspection, testing, verification, certification
and reporting procedures for the range of electrical work undertaken by the business; and
(f) safeguarding unused NICEIC Forms against loss or theft and
unauthorised use; and
(g) ensuring that results of inspection and testing are properly recorded
on the appropriate prescribed forms of certification and reporting, and
reviews and confirms the results for acceptability      

Health & Safety:
Adhere to all health & safety regulations and company policy at all times.Report any accidents or issues regarding health & safety appropriately.
Ensure all Risk Assessments & safe systems of work are read, understood, signed and followed. Observe & follow all manual handling practices.  
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
A proven background in a similar role with inspection 2391 or 2394/5
City and Guilds 2360 Part 1 and Part 2 NVQ Level 3 or equivalent
qualification in Electrical and qualified to 18th edition standard.

At least 2 years managerial / supervisory experience    

Attributes/Skills:
The successful candidate should: Be capable of working on own initiative
Ability to work methodically and with attention to detail.
Good communication and organisational skills
Have a good timekeeping and attendance record
Have the ability to work with a wide range of people
Be a good team player
Demonstrate ability to follow written and verbal directions
Demonstrate a flexible attitude towards assigned tasks
Be reliable & committed
Have ability to work to deadlines
Participate in overtime when required (including weekends)
Have ability to take on new skills
Have a positive approach to continuous improvement processes and
techniques    

In addition, As part of our recruitment process an Access NI
disclosure will also be required. The role may also require the successful candidate to undertake work specific training on the job or externally      

No Job Description can cover every issue that may arise within the post at various times and the post holder is expected to carry out other duties from time to time which are broadly consistent with those in this Job Description.

Job Type: Full Time
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