Community Housing Limited (CHL) Group of Companies is an innovative and best practice affordable housing organisation which assists access to, develops and manages sustainable housing for people in need. We are looking for a self-motivated individual who will be responsible for undertaking works to properties under the direction of a licenced Electrician, while also completing an associated qualification.
Under the direction of a licenced Electrician, you will:
- Assist in providing maintenance, repair, replacement and renovation services to tenanted properties
- Effectively use hand tools and power tools
- Set out, plan and organise tools and materials
- Complete general electrical work
- Read and interpret plans and specifications
- Interact effectively with tenants and internal stakeholders to ensure quality Internal Maintenance Services are provided
You will be keen to learn, enjoy working with your hands, and take pride in your handiwork. In addition, you will have:
- Excellent communication and time management skills
- Ability to work well in a supervised team environment
- Enjoy learning on the job and in a classroom
- Ability to adjust to different work environments
- Understanding of the importance of workplace safety
- A current drivers licence
- A commitment to the right of all people to affordable and sustainable housing
In return we offer a salary packaging, access to training and development, and a range of other excellent benefits. For more information about working with The CHL Group please visit our website https://chl.org.au/careers/working-at-chl/benefits-of-working-at-chl/.
CHL actively promotes safe working with children, a satisfactory police check is required for all staff and those with client related responsibilities are required to provide a working with children check.
As an equal opportunity employer, CHL works closely with people from a diverse range of backgrounds.
CHL acknowledges the traditional Aboriginal owners of country throughout Australia and we pay our respects to them, their culture and their Elders past, present and emerging
Applications close: 5pm Thursday 24 October 2019