The All England Lawn Tennis Club, the home of The Championships, Wimbledon, needs to recruit an Electrical Testing and Inspection Engineer.
The main role will consist of the continuing electrical testing and verification of the AELTC’s individual electrical circuits, emergency lighting and the PAT testing to NICEIC standards and to fulfill the requirements for our Safety at Sports Ground Certification.
The successful applicant must have a good knowledge of NICEIC certification including new installations, periodic, minor works, PAT testing and emergency lighting and be capable of carrying out remedial work to any faults found and installation of single and three phase circuits either unsupervised or as part of a team.
The minimum qualifications required include: C&G 236 parts 1 and 2 electrical qualifications or equivalent; C&G 2391 testing and inspection certification or equivalent
17th Edition certification; NICEIC certification knowledge and installation skills and experience
The year round basic hours are Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm, with an hour for lunch, although flexibility is required to meet the demands of the job, including working overtime when needed and participating in the weekend duty rota on a voluntary basis. During the Championships fortnight (last week in June and first week in July), the job holder must be able to work weekends and minimum 12 hour days.
For further information about the job, please see the job description and person specification below.
To apply, send your cv/application form with a covering letter, including your current salary details, to: Jill Homan, HR Department, The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited, Church Road, London SW19 5AE.
Applications to be received by 28th November 2013.
The All England Lawn Tennis Club (Championships) Limited is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community. Appointments are made on merit.
JOB TITLE: Electrical Testing and Inspection Engineer
PURPOSE OF JOB: The continuing electrical testing and verification of the AELTC’s individual electrical circuits, emergency lighting and the PAT testing to NICEIC standards and as part of the requirements for our Safety at Sports Ground Certification.
REPORTS TO: Buildings & Services Manager through the Deputy Buildings & Services Manager and/or Clerk of Works
Working Hours: There is a basic 40 hour week, Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm with an hour for lunch, although a flexible approach to working hours is required including some evenings and weekends. During the Championships fortnight, electricians normally need to work at least 12 hours a day (including weekends).
EDUCATION, TRAINING, QUALIFICATIONS
ABILITIES, SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE
E = Essential
D = Desirable for applicants to meet relevant standard