First listed on: 11 November 2019

The opportunity

Our Contestable Business Unit is looking for an Electrician who is a positive self-starter with a can-do attitude to join our growing team. Working alongside a diverse team, we want go-getters, who are passionate about power and care about driving positive safety behaviour every day.

About us

ActewAGL Distribution’s Contestable Business Unit has been providing electrical, metering and other regulated and unregulated services in the ACT and Capital Region since July 2018. As the competitive arm of the ActewAGL family, we provide innovative, multi-utility services including installation and maintenance of electrical services for ActewAGL’s electric vehicle charging and Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks.

Built on the foundations of ActewAGL’s 100 years of service in the nation’s capital, we have developed positive relationships within the region we serve, including a commitment to the community and region at large. In a continually changing world, we are committed to exploring creative energy solutions that help the community take control of their energy use.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer who values diversity and inclusion, and encourage applicants of all ages, disabilities and backgrounds. We have a strong focus on gender balance within the organisation and actively encourage women to apply.

About the role

Working alongside your team, you will be responsible for undertaking all metering and related services, and get involved with investigating emerging energy practices.

You will install, inspect, test and maintain electricity meters, electric vehicle charging stations, IoT sensor devices, such as transformer substation power quality monitoring technologies, and communication infrastructure such as grid mesh networks.

What will you need:

  • A Certificate III in Electrotechnology Electrician (endorsed for interval metering work with Access Canberra)
  • A current General Construction Induction Card (White Card)
  • Equivalent work experience in metering, construction or maintenance of network infrastructure
  • An outstanding attitude and willingness to work with a broad range of people across the business and our most importantly, our customers
  • A focus on safety, and making sure you get yourself and others home safely at the end of every single day

Our application process

You should apply through our online recruitment portal by submitting your resume and a one-page pitch, outlining the key skills and experiences that you can bring to this role.

If you have questions, we encourage you to contact Edmond Rosario on (02) 6248 3480.

Applications will close at 11pm on Sunday 1 December 2019.

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