Asset Management
££40,277.00 - £42,459.00 Per Annum
37 hours per week working Monday - Thursday 8am - 4:15 pm and Friday 8am - 2:30pm.
Company Car/Van included Permanent

Would you like to work for a company who is accredited as an outstanding company to work for in Best Companies 2023?

Jigsaw Homes Group offers employees a very competitive 24 days holiday per annum, plus 3 days for Christmas closure (5 day working week), plus bank holidays, plus additional days after 2 years continuous service (to a maximum of 5 days). We also offer our employees the option to buy/sell up to 5 days extra leave per year.

As a valued member of our DLO, your working day will finish at 4.15pm Monday-Thursday and you will have an early finish on a Friday at 2.30pm. This allows for a great work/life balance for many employees.

As a Jigsaw employee you will also receive Incremental salaried pay, occupational sick pay, access to the Social Housing Pension Scheme, enhanced maternity/paternity leave, BHSF membership, access to on-site gyms and training/development opportunities.

If you are looking for a career with an outstanding company then please read on.

Who we are:

Jigsaw Homes Group is one of the largest housing groups in England with more than 35,000 homes across the North West and East Midlands.

We provide quality; low-cost housing and play a wider role in making sure our residents thrive in their homes and benefit from living in healthy, sustainable communities.

About the department:

We have an established and dedicated team of 600 employees within our Asset Management department.

Our team prides itself on investing in our own people to deliver first class property based services across the Group, covering a broad range of disciplines from reactive, planned and grounds maintenance to property refurbishments, estate services, building safety and compliance.

You will be welcomed in to a committed and passionate team, with a key focus on professionalism and working together.

Role Information

This role requires you to have a full, valid UK driving license (points / convictions must be disclosed)

Your skilled work in this role will be vital in keeping our residents and our homes safe. You will carry out a wide range of domestic electrical tasks from responsive repairs, first and second fix installations and periodic testing efficiently and quickly to maximise the performance of our essential, front-line service.

If you also value working in a customer orientated environment and on your own as well as part of a team then this would suit you.

This role requires a fully qualified Electrician with relevant experience and qualifications. You will ideally have IEE 18th Edition or equivalent and NVQ Level 3, Part 1 & Part 2 in electrical installation or equivalent.

It is essential that you have the relevant up to date qualifications needed to carry out the role and that are you able to provide proof of these at interview stage.

If this sounds like the perfect job for you then don’t hesitate to apply now by uploading your current, up to date CV and a covering letter. 

We reserve the right to close this vacancy early should we receive a sufficient number of CVs.

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