AB Electrical is seeking NZ registered electrician to join a fantastic team based on the North Shore.
Increased client demand means we have the opportunity for a new team member to come on board.
You will be capable and motivated by the industry and seeking an opportunity to genuinely progress your career as we continue to adjust to emerging trends within the sector.
Meeting our commitments to clients and open communication aligns to our focus on customer satisfaction and our reputation as a trusted advisor. Absolute attention to detail and the small things matter.
We enjoy a remarkable level of referral business, reinforcing the powerful AB Electrical brand we have in the market.
This will only appeal to candidates who have very strong interpersonal skills and are adaptable. Our business comprises a tight team of passionate people, who as a team are oriented around delighting our customers.
We are introducing flexible working environment, which will enable tradesman to work 4 or 4½ days a week based on a 40 hour week, giving more time for leisure and family activities
The successful candidate will need to demonstrate:
• Exceptional client engagement capability
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• A professional approach to clients
• A problem solver
• Quality driven work practices
• Personal passion and drive
• A true team player integrating with other professionals
• Affinity and support for strong H&S compliance regime
Our sweet spot is medium/high-end residential (new builds & service work), retail/café/bar fit outs and commercial work. We do not take on work on large scale apartment or industrial complexes.
Our office boasts and envious workplace environment including an excellent customer showroom. A high level of automation and systemised processes reduces manual paperwork. Coupled with a small admin/marketing team, our tradesmen are afforded more time on site and client facing.
We offer genuine career development opportunities for the right candidate coupled with competitive remuneration for relevant work experience.
• Great team culture
• Great Brand based on strong service orientation
• Flexible working environment
• Social club
If you believe you fit the bill and are seeking a new challenge in 2019, please submit:
• A brief cover letter outlining why you want to work at AB Electrical
• Up to date resume
Due to the nature of our work, we will only consider registered electricians with:
• 2 years NZ registration history
• Related New Zealand work experience
• Currently living in NZ
• Full work entitled in NZ
We will acknowledge compliant applications and update applicants on progress.
Short listed candidates will be invited to process with an interview
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