updated 14.7.22
Job Vacancy: Commercial EV Installer – Nationwide

Location: Homebased with site visits and installations nationwide
Salary: £35,000 to £40,000 + Company vehicle
Working Pattern: 45 hours/ week, Monday-Friday

We have an opportunity for a qualified Commercial EV Installer, who is experienced and confident in installing at small, medium, and large commercial locations. This role will involve the surveying, installation, and maintenance of EV charging facilities across a range of commercial settings.

The installations cover the entirety of England, Scotland and Wales so we’re looking for an Installer who is willing to travel, including overnight stays.

About you

  • You are a self-starter, independent and innovative
  • You’re hard-working and thrive off providing excellent service for your customers
  • You are environmentally conscious, with a passion for the EV industry
  • You’re eager to develop and progress your career in a fast-growing industry

Key responsibilities:

  • To act as the EV expert within the business and assist with all EV enquiries
  • Conduct survey visits to allow the accurate design and quotation of EV installation works
  • Obtain infrastructure quotes from 3rd parties such as DNO’s, ICP’s, subcontractors, etc
  • Lead on mobilising EV installations, ensuring projects are delivered within time and budget
  • Uphold highest level of quality and safety, performing field audits and quality checks
  • Take on the role as Quality Supervisor to help maintain the NIC accreditation
  • Build strong working relationships both internally and with clients
  • Strive for continuous improvement to ensure a best-in-class service is maintained

Required qualifications/ experience

  • Fully accredited EV Electrician with previous experience with Domestic and Commercial (3 phase) EV Charging Construction environments
  • Up to date with current standards – BS7671 – 18th Edition
  • C&G 2919 – Electric Vehicle Installations
  • C&G 2391 Test and inspection qualification
  • Member of Electrical Engineering Professional Body – CSCS SIB / ECS (Gold Card)
  • Sound Health & Safety knowledge and experience within electrical installation projects (RAMS/ SHEQ/CDM)
  • Excellent planning and organisational skills
  • Full UK driving licence

To apply, please email a current CV to support@ecc-uk.co.uk 
No agencies please.

updated 14.7.22

Job Vacancy: Project & Operations Coordinator

 East Midlands / working at home / working out on location
Salary: £21,000 – £25,000 depending on experience
Working Pattern: 40 hours/ week, Monday-Friday

We have an excellent opportunity for an EV Project Coordinator who wants to be part of our growing team, you’ll be conducting technical assessments, discussing details with customers for an EV charging installation and completing onsite hands-on work.

Key Responsibilities

  • Completing on-site technical assessments building a full story of the customers’ requirements via images and information, identify any gaps, and source missing information.
  • Discussing detailed electrical compliance points with customers.
  • Assisting the Electrical team with hands on work during EV installations
  • Ensuring all KPIs produced are accurate and on time.
  • Achieving a consistently high level of internal and external customer satisfaction.
  • Being aware of current business processes and suggesting improvements to increase efficiency, profitability and customer satisfaction.

Skills Required

  • Electrical knowledge is essential, ideally you will have some electrical qualifications.
  • You are a self-starter, independent and innovative. You’re hard-working and thrive off providing excellent service for your customers.
  • You are environmentally conscious, with a passion for the EV industry.
  • Confident speaking to customers in an engaging manner with excellent written communication skills.
  • Ability to work on own initiative, multi-task and work well under pressure.
  • A High degree of personal integrity and professional accountability.
  • Hold a full UK clean driving licence (essential)

To apply, please email a current CV to support@ecc-uk.co.uk 
No agencies please.