Highways Electrical Apprentice

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
08 Nov 2018
Closes
06 Dec 2018
Specialism
Engineering
Start Date
Immediate
Duration
Permanent
Bouygues Energies and Services is a global contractor and currently has an exciting opportunity within our Transport & Local Government division for Highways Electrical Apprentice. The role will be based around North London where the post hold will be involved on a variety of LED street lighting projects.

This is an excellent opportunity for an individual looking to start their career in the transport sector by gaining experience in highly professional environment. Since we are always looking to grow the Services our company provides there are plenty of opportunities to develop and progress within our global organisation.

The Role:

* The apprentice will support the Highway Electrical team in the installation, servicing, repair and maintenance of highway structures, systems and equipment, including:

* Excavating and installing streetlight posts in the ground

* Installing traffic signals

* Installing safety camera poles

* Fitting street lighting lanterns or traffic signal heads

* Carrying out first line fault finding when items are reported as not working

* Carrying out first line emergency attendance and emergency works (e.g. after a road traffic incident where a vehicle hits a streetlight ensuring the site is safe for traffic and pedestrians)

* Working efficiently, effectively and safely to keep costs within budget, and to ensure that deadlines are met for the completion of projects and tasks

* To maintain effective working relationships with colleagues, managers and members of the public whilst carrying out all works

* To have an ongoing awareness of Health and Safety and follow procedures to ensure a safe working environment

* Alongside work the apprentice will study for qualifications in Highway Electrical Systems. The apprentice must be able to manage their time to complete assignments to set deadlines and to a high level of quality. Please note, apprentices will study on block release for 4 weeks per year. They must be prepared to stay away from home Monday-Friday during training blocks.

The person:

* Due to the potential for night working and a 45 hour working week, applicants must be a minimum of 18 years of age on 1st November 2018

* 5 x GCSEs (or equivalent) at grades A-C/9-4, including English and maths plus an interest in construction or the built environment

* Previous experience working in a team (either from work, education or hobbies)

* Good communication skills and the confidence to speak to staff at all levels of the organisation

* Flexibility to travel to different sites/contracts as may be required

In return, we offer an attractive salary and benefits package, including opportunities for training and development

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