An Electrician will specialise in different aspects of electrical work on a range of projects both internally and externally.
Projects can either be domestic or commercial.
The main duties of an Electrician are as follows:
The average working week for an Electrician is between 30 and 40 hours.
The average hourly pay rate for an Electrician is between £19-£24.
To work as an Electrician you will need to be either fully qualified or time served.
References must be provided. You will also be required to hold a valid CSCS card. Skilled cards are required on most sites, however you may be permitted on site at the Contractor’s discretion with a General Operatives green card.
The very basic electrical tools that will be required are: Screwdriver, Tape Measure, Wire Strippers, Hammer, Razor Knife, Pliers, Side cutters.
Do I need an ECS or JIB card?
Yes. To work as an Electrician you will need to hold a valid ECS or JIB card.
Do I have to provide my own tools?
Yes. As a self-employed Electrician you are required to provide all your own tools. Materials will be provided by the hirer.
Do I need experience?
Yes. You will need to be competent and have a high quality of work to be engaged as Electrician. You must be able to work equally well alone without guidance or as part of a team. You will also be asked to supply a minimum of two recent construction / electrical related work references.
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