Wayleave/Access Officer

Location: South East Area

Contract: 1 Year, with review to permanent

Overview of role:

We are currently recruiting for a Wayleave/Access Officer for the Leading Telecoms Projects in Ireland.

The Wayleave/Access Officer will form part of the Design Department within Telecoms. The role is responsible for acquiring wayleaves and or consents.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Knowledge of conflict resolution techniques
  • Responsible for the mapping of properties and liaison with land holders.
  • Provide access to private/public properties prior to work schedules.
  • Acquire Consents for all the Façade works were equipment’s need to be installed.
  • Assess work instructions and grant access to all private/public properties.
  • Inform local communities of works that will be carried out (when applicable).
  • Deal with any customer claim/doubt related to work, as above.
  • Liaise with customers, land agents, solicitors and other team members in regard to wayleave.
  • Actively maintain excellent relationships with landowners, agents, consulting engineers, contractors, government bodies etc.

To be considered for a Wayleave/Access Officer role, you will Ideally have the following:

  • Good map reading and cartographic skills.
  • Good understanding of statutory and legislative issues relating to wayleave management.
  • Knowledge of landowner identification and registration methods.
  • Good interpersonal skills and communication particularly in relation to dealing with third parties.
  • Ability to maintain good working relationships with a wide range of stakeholders.
  • Strong adherence to quality assurance and good document management skills.
  • IT literate, specifically in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Site Supervisor (Splicing)

Location: Southeast Area

Contract: 1 year with a review

Overview of role:  

Gaeltec Utilities are seeking a Site Supervisor within the Telecoms Team to work throughout Ireland. We are looking for an individual who is willing to travel to multiple locations, company transportation provided from base location. As site supervisor, this resource will be part of the site supervision staff on a company specific site, responsible for the supervision of all staff on site (internal or external).

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Support Crew/Team Leaders or PICW’s on daily tasks to comply with plannings;
  • Support Site Managers with field information;
  • Monitor if the crews have all materials, equipment’s and proper PPE’s to perform their daily tasks;
  • Monitor if crews are on site with all Safety personal documentation and training certs;
  • Assure Health and Safety rules are followed by all workers complying with MESC’s, code of practice, method statements and HSA regulations;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer quality requirements;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer technical guidelines and procedures;
  • Control and monitor team activities;
  • Control and monitor Daily work sheets;
  • Perform safety and quality audits to the teams under his supervision;
  • Support Site Manager in Supervision and control of production;
  • Attend and chair daily ‘Toolbox Talks’;
  • Assure that stock of materials is necessary to support team activities;
  • Report and escalate to Site Manager as needed;
  • Manage the relationship with the client;
  • Establish and maintain relationships with third party service providers or product suppliers;
  • Support all crews on site in resolving complex works;
  • Escalate all doubts that appear during work activities related to Safety and procedures;

To be considered for the Site Supervisor position you will Ideally have the following: 

  • Proven experience in reporter analysis;
  • CIF City & Guilds Assured Site Supervisor Safety Programme;
  • Proven experience in splicing works, testing works, Exfo equipment,  multi tester and OTDR.
  • Experience in supervising multi-disciplined teams in a fast-paced volume driven environment;
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills needed;
  • Proven ability to liaise and communicate with client reps on site and at meetings;
  • Manual Handling and Safe Pass qualifications;
  • Must understand and speak the English language;
  • Excellent analytical with a high standard of numerical skills;
  • Proven ability to use Office 365 Tools;
  • Ability to work flexible hours and overtime when necessary;
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites
  • Always represent the company in a professional manner;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

Site Supervisor (Pre-Works)

Location: Southeast Area

Contract: 1 year with a review  

Overview of role:  

Gaeltec Utilities are seeking a Site Supervisor within the Telecoms Team to work throughout Ireland. We are looking for an individual who is willing to travel to multiple locations, company transportation provided from base location. As site supervisor, this resource will be part of the site supervision staff on a company specific site, responsible for the supervision of all staff on site (internal or external).

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Support Crew/Team Leaders or PICW’s on daily tasks to comply with plannings;
  • Support Site Managers with field information;
  • Monitor if the crews have all materials, equipment’s and proper PPE’s to perform their daily tasks;
  • Monitor if crews are on site with all Safety personal documentation and training certs;
  • Assure Health and Safety rules are followed by all workers complying with MESC’s, code of practice, method statements and HSA regulations;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer quality requirements;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer technical guidelines and procedures;
  • Control and monitor team activities;
  • Control and monitor Daily work sheets;
  • Perform safety and quality audits to the teams under his supervision;
  • Support Site Manager in Supervision and control of production;
  • Attend and chair daily ‘Toolbox Talks’;
  • Assure that stock of materials is necessary to support team activities;
  • Report and escalate to Site Manager as needed;
  • Manage the relationship with the client;
  • Establish and maintain relationships with third party service providers or product suppliers;
  • Support all crews on site in resolving complex works;
  • Escalate all doubts that appear during work activities related to Safety and procedures;

To be considered for the Site Supervisor position you will Ideally have the following: 

  • Proven experience on poling and tree trimming
  • CIF City & Guilds Assured Site Supervisor Safety Programme;
  • Experience in supervising multi-disciplined teams in a fast-paced volume driven environment;
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills needed;
  • Proven ability to liaise and communicate with client reps on site and at meetings;
  • Manual Handling and Safe Pass qualifications;
  • Must understand and speak the English language;
  • Excellent analytical with a high standard of numerical skills;
  • Proven ability to use Office 365 Tools;
  • Ability to work flexible hours and overtime when necessary;
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites
  • Always represent the company in a professional manner;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

 

Site Supervisor (Civil Works)

Location: Southeast Area

Contract: 1 year with a review

Overview of role:  

Gaeltec Utilities are seeking a Site Supervisor within the Telecoms Team to work throughout Ireland. We are looking for an individual who is willing to travel to multiple locations, company transportation provided from base location. As site supervisor, this resource will be part of the site supervision staff on a company specific site, responsible for the supervision of all staff on site (internal or external).

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Support Crew/Team Leaders or PICW’s on daily tasks to comply with plannings;
  • Support Site Managers with field information;
  • Monitor if the crews have all materials, equipment’s and proper PPE’s to perform their daily tasks;
  • Monitor if crews are on site with all Safety personal documentation and training certs;
  • Assure Health and Safety rules are followed by all workers complying with MESC’s, code of practice, method statements and HSA regulations;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer quality requirements;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer technical guidelines and procedures;
  • Control and monitor team activities;
  • Control and monitor Daily work sheets;
  • Perform safety and quality audits to the teams under his supervision;
  • Support Site Manager in Supervision and control of production;
  • Attend and chair daily ‘Toolbox Talks’;
  • Assure that stock of materials is necessary to support team activities;
  • Report and escalate to Site Manager as needed;
  • Manage the relationship with the client;
  • Establish and maintain relationships with third party service providers or product suppliers;
  • Support all crews on site in resolving complex works;
  • Escalate all doubts that appear during work activities related to Safety and procedures;

To be considered for the Site Supervisor position you will Ideally have the following: 

  • Proven experience working on utilities networks;
  • CIF City & Guilds Assured Site Supervisor Safety Programme;
  • Proven experience working on civils projects;
  • Experience in supervising multi-disciplined teams in a fast-paced volume driven environment;
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills needed;
  • Proven ability to liaise and communicate with client reps on site and at meetings;
  • Manual Handling and Safe Pass qualifications;
  • Must understand and speak the English language;
  • Excellent analytical with a high standard of numerical skills;
  • Proven ability to use Office 365 Tools;
  • Ability to work flexible hours and overtime when necessary;
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites
  • Always represent the company in a professional manner;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

 

Site Supervisor (Cabling)

Location: Southeast Area

Contract: 1 year with a review  

Overview of role:  

Gaeltec Utilities are seeking a Site Supervisor within the Telecoms Team to work throughout Ireland. We are looking for an individual who is willing to travel to multiple locations, company transportation provided from base location. As site supervisor, this resource will be part of the site supervision staff on a company specific site, responsible for the supervision of all staff on site (internal or external).

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Support Crew/Team Leaders or PICW’s on daily tasks to comply with plannings;
  • Support Site Managers with field information;
  • Monitor if the crews have all materials, equipment’s and proper PPE’s to perform their daily tasks;
  • Monitor if crews are on site with all Safety personal documentation and training certs;
  • Assure Health and Safety rules are followed by all workers complying with MESC’s, code of practice, method statements and HSA regulations;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer quality requirements;
  • Assure all works are performed within customer technical guidelines and procedures;
  • Control and monitor team activities;
  • Control and monitor Daily work sheets;
  • Perform safety and quality audits to the teams under his supervision;
  • Support Site Manager in Supervision and control of production;
  • Attend and chair daily ‘Toolbox Talks’;
  • Assure that stock of materials is necessary to support team activities;
  • Report and escalate to Site Manager as needed;
  • Manage the relationship with the client;
  • Establish and maintain relationships with third party service providers or product suppliers;
  • Support all crews on site in resolving complex works;
  • Escalate all doubts that appear during work activities related to Safety and procedures;

To be considered for the Site Supervisor position you will Ideally have the following: 

  • Proven experience on fibre optics deployment roll out projects;
  • CIF City & Guilds Assured Site Supervisor Safety Programme;
  • Experience in supervising multi-disciplined teams in a fast-paced volume driven environment;
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills needed;
  • Proven ability to liaise and communicate with client reps on site and at meetings;
  • Manual Handling and Safe Pass qualifications;
  • Must understand and speak the English language;
  • Excellent analytical with a high standard of numerical skills;
  • Proven ability to use Office 365 Tools;
  • Ability to work flexible hours and overtime when necessary;
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites
  • Always represent the company in a professional manner;
  • Ability to communicate effectively;

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

Site Manager – SIRO

Contract: Fixed term – 6 months

Overview of role:

Gaeltec Utilities Ltd is looking to recruit a Site Manager to work on our SIRO project in Ireland.

The Site Manager maintains oversight and governance of the delivery programme through design and build.  This role requires a strong Site Manager with the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and work to tight deadlines with a pragmatic approach!  In return you become part of the team, building, and delivering a high-speed broadband network to communities across Ireland.

As a Site Manager your duties & responsibilities will include:

  • Day to day management of site operatives, subcontractors and site work to assure production results in line with project scope.
  • Development and implementation of Safety documentation including Construction Phase plans, Site Quality plans and, Risk Assessments / Method Statements.
  • Assure Health and Safety rules are followed by all workers complying with MESC’s, code of practice, method statements and HSA regulations.
  • Ensure all Financial control and tracking for Monthly Production and Costs meeting the defined Goals and update the Project Manager
  • Liaise with Management and wider project co-ordinators, design and build teams to schedule, keep track and report on project status.
  • Ensure that all projects are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget
  • Actively manage risks and issues and propose solutions to those that that will have an impact on delivery timelines or quality
  • Undertake inspections in line with accepted quality control standards.
  • Management/supervision of all associated project Temporary Works.
  • Manage all site activities as well as all plant necessary.
  • Stablish good communication channel between site and main offices.
  • Plan, control and monitor site activities.
  • Control and report staff performance.
  • Control and report production.
  • Perform and track Safety and quality audits.
  • Assure that stock of materials is necessary to support all site activities.
  • Report and escalate to project manager as needed.
  • Manage the relationship with the client.
  • Attend site and customer meetings when needed.
  • Escalate all doubts that appear during work activities related to Safety and procedures.
  • Reduce all construction associated costs where applicable.
  • Planning and programming of current and future works.
  • Material Management.

Essential Skills & Knowledge Requirements:

  • 2+ years site management level experience Leadership skills and ability work within a team.
  • Experience in telecommunications complex projects preferably with infrastructure / construction deployments.
  • Ability to prioritize and juggle tasks in a fast-paced deadline-oriented environment
  • Detail oriented and delivery focused with ability to analyse data
  • Strong communicator with proven ability to create and foster strong teams and build cross functional relationships.
  • Excellent ambassador for Gaeltec, promoting the organisation and role modelling Gaeltec’s values.
  • Excellent knowledge of current legislation relating to Health, Safety and Environment.
  • Skill in organising resources and establishing priorities
  • Ability to work within budget and to programme timescales
  • IT literate, specifically in Microsoft Outlook, Word and Excel
  • Fluent in spoken and written English
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites
  • Manual Handling
  • Safe Pass

Attitudes

  • Committed to Gaeltec Utilities Company Mission, Vision and Values and Business Objectives
  • Customer focus; Professional; Honesty and Integrity
  • Positive and flexible approach
  • Open to innovation and collaboration
  • Right first-time approach
  • Proactive with the ability to think ahead
  • Strong personality and professional attitude

What we offer in return:

  • A competitive yearly salary
  • Company Vehicle
  • Additional annual leave
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Company Sick Pay

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Human Resources Manager

Location: Kilkenny

Contract: Full time

Gaeltec Utilities is a market leader within Telecommunications and Energy Networks and one of the leading companies that provide expert services across Ireland.

With currently 250 employees, we have a fantastic opportunity for a Human Resources Manager to join our Senior Leadership Team. Reporting directly to the Managing Director, this role will be based within our head office in Kilkenny.

Overview of role:

The Human Resources Manager will play a pivotal role in supporting the organisation’s change agenda and will be instrumental in consolidating and developing our HR function. This position involves collaborating closely with the Managing Director and other key stakeholders to provide valuable HR expertise and support throughout the change process.

In the initial three months, there will be a requirement for a strong in-person presence in our head office to facilitate these efforts and build credibility in the role. After this phase, the HR Manager will continue to maintain a visible presence in the office to sustain ongoing support for the change agenda and provide essential in-person assistance to the Managing Director and other team members, but there will be the option of more flexibility.

The dynamic nature of the Gaeltec operation along with our vision and mission mean our Human Resources Manager must constantly solve a wide variety of diverse challenges every day. This isn’t a role for containing issues – it’s about fixing them in the most efficient and effective way.  Everyday it’s about working hard and meeting tight deadlines.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide HR expertise and guidance to support the organisation’s change agenda and initiatives.
  • Collaborate with the Managing Director and other stakeholders to develop and implement HR strategies aligned with the change objectives.
  • Lead strategic workforce planning, with a focus on resourcing and building our employee value proposition.
  • Lead the development and expansion of HR services to the business, including managing and supporting a dedicated recruitment specialist.
  • Foster a positive employee relations environment and high levels of employee engagement.
  • Facilitate the resolution of employee relations issues in a unionised environment and implement employee engagement action plans aligned with Company values.
  • Collaborate with managers to develop talent and succession management plans and career development initiatives for their teams.
  • Develop a performance management system and implement across the organisation.
  • Drive up line management capability to ensure the transition of day-to-day people management to the line.
  • Offer creative solutions to people issues and challenges as they arise, with resilience and determination to implement solutions.
  • Support recruitment and assessment processes for senior management roles.
  • Develop and implement HR systems and processes to enhance HR operations. At present, the company does not have an in-house HR system.
  • Using MS Excel track, report, and present key HR metrics to measure recruitment, retention, and overall HR performance.
  • Utilise HR data and analytical skills to provide workforce insights and recommendations to the Managing Director.
  • Ensure recordkeeping and data processing procedures comply with GDPR requirements and other relevant employment legislation.
  • Lead HR projects as and when relevant and required.

Essential Skills & Knowledge Requirements:

  • Relevant third-level qualification and membership of the CIPD.
  • Minimum of three years’ relevant experience at a senior level, preferably in a Services business, in a People, Development, or HR function, with demonstrable experience in continuous improvement and leadership.
  • Excellent analytical skills with the ability to identify and analyse problems, propose solutions, and implement best practice tools and techniques.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Excel for managing HR data and analytics in the absence of a dedicated HR system.
  • Broad and general HR experience across Performance Management, Talent Management & Succession Planning, Culture Development, Recruitment & Selection, Reward & Recognition Management, Employee Engagement, and Employee Relations.
  • Capable of addressing challenges with resilience, drive, ambition, and determination to implement solutions.

Competencies:

  • Communication – managing ambiguity and complexity and being open to creativity in new ideas or initiatives. Encourages ‘across team’ working and respects and involves others in decision making.
  • Execution – can plan, prioritise and deliver results through a strong commitment to making performance improvements and a determination to achieve and to be held accountable for delivering a high level of service.
  • Management – setting direction and communicating clear goals to those involved. Engaging with and facilitating others to work collaboratively to achieve them.
  • Working with others – Demonstrating commitment to working and engaging constructively with internal and external stakeholders. Being able and prepared to adopt a number of ways to gain support and influence.
  • Personal Drive – Demonstrating high integrity in all dealings. Works proactively with enthusiasm and energy. Has a hands-on approach and is prepared to take the lead to get things done.
  • Thrives on the challenge of spearheading HR development in a greenfield environment, demonstrating resilience and determination to overcome potential resistance and successfully establish robust HR practices.

If you are looking for a challenging role where you can support an innovative company’s change agenda and contribute to the HR function’s growth, please apply directly with your CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

Gaeltec Utilities are an equal opportunities employer and are committed to creating a diverse working environment.

Substation Technician

Location: Ireland, nationwide depending on project requirements

Contract: Six (6) Months

Overview of role:

Gaeltec is currently seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Substation Technician (Substations) to join our teams across Ireland.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the installation and maintenance of all electrical and mechanical equipment in Electrical Substations.
  • Installations of Transformers, MV and HV Switchgear (indoor and outdoor), Protection Panels, AC & DC & related instrumentation.
  • Install and terminate Cable LV/MV/HV (indoor and outdoor).
  • Installs and pre-commissioning control and distribution apparatus, such as switches, relays, and circuit-breaker panels.
  • Install and level steel structures for electrical apparatus (indoor and outdoor)
  • Install conduit (pipes or tubing) inside designated partitions, walls, or other concealed areas, and pull insulated wires or cables through the conduit to complete circuits between panels.
  • Pre-commissioning works – Test electrical systems and continuity of circuits in electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures, using testing devices, to ensure compatibility and safety of system.
  • Understand circuit diagrams and perform troubleshooting.
  • Assemble and install electrical panels, wire harnesses, and other electrical equipment.
  • Assist and complete installation, modification, and repair on high voltage distribution systems such as switchgear, transformers, circuit boards.
  • Consult with relevant stakeholders in project implementation to achieve project and company goals.
  • Ensure compliance with Health & Safety and Construction Regulations and Construction Quality Assurance.

To be considered for the Electrician (Substations) position you will Ideally have the following:

  • Knowledge of AC and DC systems
  • Substation electrical experience is a plus
  • Minimum 5+ years’ experience is desirable
  • Experience with ESB and Eirgrid environments is a plus
  • Medium and High Voltage experience is plus
  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work away at customer sites

You do not need to be an expert in Substations, as comprehensive training will be provided.

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com

 

Skilled General Operative (Civils)

Location: Kilkenny

Contract: Permanent

Overview of role:  

Gaeltec Utilities are seeking a Skilled General Operative within the Civil Engineering Department. ESB Civil experience desirable with experience of construction and all relevant CSCS qualifications essential. The Candidate should have a minimum of 3-5 years’ experience, and ideally have a background in the Utilities Sector. We are looking for an individual who is willing to travel to multiple locations, company transportation provided from base location.

Key Responsibilities: 

  • Support Crew/Team leader by having a pro-active attitude towards all tasks and follow their instructions;
  • General Civil Engineering Work;
  • Machinery tickets an advantage (mini-digger, dumper and teleporter);
  • Groundworks & Drainage;
  • Finishing concrete;
  • Carpentry works an advantage;
  • Any other works as directed by the site team;
  • Assure that all documentation related to the machine is always present on site and up to date and done daily/weekly;
  • Perform all works according with Company and Client Health and Safety rules, MESC’s, codes of practice, method statements and HSA regulations;
  • Be an active part on performing the pre-work Safety Risk Assessment and Job Site Safety Plan;
  • Assure site work space is in line with good housekeeping conditions;
  • Report challenges, safety issues to the PICW/ Supervisor;
  • Support all Team on site in helping to solve complex works;

To be considered for the Skilled General Operative position you will Ideally have the following: 

  • Full Driving Licence and willingness to travel and work at various customer sites.
  • Machinery Tickets.
  • Min 3 years’ experience
  • Must understand and speak English language.
  • Available to work shifts, evenings, weekends and on short notice.
  • Commitment to health and safety.
  • Relevant CSCS qualifications essential.
  • Manual Handling and Safe Pass qualifications.
  • ESB Experience Desirable

If you would like the chance to work in this exciting role for an innovative company, please apply directly with CV to: HR@gaeltecutilities.com

For more information on the Gaeltec family, please visit our website www.gaeltecutilities.com 

If this job isn’t quite right for you but you are looking for a new position, please contact us for a confidential discussion on your career.

Linesman LE-1 & LE-2

Location: Ayrshire / South Caledonia.

Main Purpose of Job:

The primary role of a Lineman is to install, maintain and repair high-powered electrical lines and systems. A Lineman works on distribution lines that originate from a power plant and extend to individual buildings or homes.

Key Tasks and Accountabilities:

  • To promote, develop and maintain a positive Companywide health, safety and environmental culture.
  • Working as a Linesman on the OHL Electricity you will be responsible for day-to-day operational outputs.
  • Reporting directly to your chargehand, you must be goal orientated, a team player and determined to succeed in all aspects of the OHL work.
  • Take responsibility for daily work tasks, as instructed by your chargehand or by your Supervisor.
  • Take part in team briefs and tool box talks.
  • Adhere to the safety rules as set out by the Company and its Client.
  • Have an ongoing determination to complete the work on time and to the specified requirements.
  • You will be competent in the completing your dally tasks. paperwork required, (Permits) to control the network that you and all team members will be working on, at any given time.
  • Read switching instructions and diagrams to allow you to isolate and earth the LV OHL Network.

Aptitudes Required:

  • Team working skills
  • Able to work under pressure and deliver results to a defined deadline
  • Can-do attitude, self-motivated
  • Flexible
  • Attention to detail
  • Confident
  • Good communication skills

Experience:

  • Proven track record of working on OHL works.
  • At least 2 years’ experience as a Linesman.
  • Knowledge of OHL build and an in depth understanding of the Permit to work procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Current DNO authorisation for LV switching (WPD SPEN Preferred) Must be computer literate (Essential)
  • CSCS or equivalent (Desirable)

To apply for a position with Gaeltec Utilities UK Ltd, please apply directly by sending your CV to: john.stephenson@gaeltecutilities.com

Gaeltec Utilities UK Ltd is an Equal Opportunities employer and we are always looking for talented individuals to join our team. If you don’t see you don’t see a suitable job role advertised. Please send me your CV for consideration and brief description of what you’re looking for and we will respond.

Gaeltec Utilities UK Ltd, is a Licenced sponsor and can support Visa applications to work for our Company in the UK. If you are a Skilled Worker, have English language to a B1 level and would like to work in the UK please send your CV to john.stephenson@gaeltecutilities.com