Electrical Supervisor

  • Location

    Reading, Berkshire

  • Sector:


  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £34.00 - £45.00 per hour

  • Contact:

    Stephen Slade

  • Contact email:


  • Job ref:


  • Published:

    7 months ago

  • Duration:

    12 Months

  • Expiry date:


  • Start date:



Location: Burghfield.
Duration: 12 Months.
Rate: £34.00 PAYE or £45.00 LTD.
Clearance Level: Minimum security clearance of SC will be required.

The role of Electrical Supervisor is to ensure that work is undertaken in accordance with the safe system of work, ensuring work is effectively controlled and co-ordinated to minimise delays and costs in meeting construction programme dates.

Key Result Areas:

  • Minimum ONC in Electrical/Electronic Engineering preferred or approved apprenticeship (or equivalent City & Guilds)
  • IET wiring Regulations BS7671 (IEE 17th Edition) trained (18th Edition desirable)
  • Interpret and implement the current requirements of the Electricity at Work Regulations and IEE Regulations (BS7671)
  • IOSH Managing Safely
  • CSCS Card in appropriate discipline
  • Site Supervisor Safety Training Course (SSTSC)
  • NVQ Level 4 Diploma in Construction Site Supervision
  • Site Installation/Maintenance experience (preferred) in Nuclear Industry/Power Generation
  • Interpret and work to Electrical Diagrams and Cable Cards
  • Experience of working in a highly regulated industry
  • Knowledge of Control & Instrumentation an advantage
  • Ensure that suitable Risk Assessments (including Point of Work Risk Assessments) have been undertaken, prior to commencement of work, in accordance with the requirements of the appropriate, specific Health, Safety and Environmental and Welfare Plan (HSEW Plan)


  • Be fully conversant with the Company's Health, Safety and Environmental Policies and understand the responsibilities placed upon them.
  • Operate within agreed systems/procedures applicable to the work of the site or facility. Full and appropriate, use of the services of Health and Safety personnel should be made to assist and advise in undertaking their duties.
  • Ensure that all procedures and instructions, relevant to the activities being undertaken as detailed by the Company are known and complied with.
  • Routinely check the workplace and activities being undertaken to ensure that these continue to be satisfactory in terms of Health and Safety and maintain a record of the checks.
  • Emphasis should be placed on establishing that plant, tools and equipment are available and safe to use. Safe access/egress to/from work coupled with the highest standards of housekeeping is equally important.
  • Ensure that all employees under his/her control are instructed, trained and capable of undertaking their duties in a safe manner. Particular attention must be paid to non-routine operations. New or transferred employees must not undertake tasks without appropriate induction, instruction or relevant training.
  • Be fully conversant with Reporting procedures, undertake preliminary investigations of unplanned events and take prompt remedial action.
  • Ensure that all unplanned events are reported to line management as soon as practicable.

For further information and to discuss further, please contact Stephen Slade on 0161 924 3959