Electrical Installation apprenticeships

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Location: Leigh, WN7
Salary: £240.00 per week
Hours: 40
Ref: VAC001415001
Closing date: 25/08/2018

Working in the renewable sector. Electrician Apprentices support Electricians in the maintenance, operation and repair of electrical systems. They assist with and perform installation and maintenance tasks in order to ensure the effective operation of various electrical equipment.

Electrician Apprentice Duties and Responsibilities:

Assist Electrician

The Electrician Apprentice’s central task is to assist the Electrician. This may involve doing basic tasks such as handling the tools, and it may also involve working independently from the Electrician at times on electrical tasks that require less skill or experience. As the Electrical Apprentice progresses, he or she will be given more independence in completing tasks.

Complete Maintenance

The Electrician Apprentice assists with and completes maintenance work orders on electrical equipment. This includes testing malfunctioning equipment, identifying defects, troubleshooting, repairing equipment and replacing defective parts. The Electrician Apprentice and Electrician will collaborate with other electrical staff to identify and solve problems.

Complete Installations

In order to fill installation work orders, the Electrician Apprentice will assist the Electrician or perform less complex installation tasks independently. They will complete electrical wiring tasks, alignment adjustments, and calibration of equipment following manuals, schematics, diagrams, blueprints and equipment specifications.

Learn Procedures

The Electrician Apprentice is in a position that is partly educational training to become an Electrician. Therefore, he or she is responsible for learning all procedures for installing and maintaining electrical systems as well as local and federal regulations and safety requirements.







•Can show initiative

•Able to take direction

•Can pay close attention to detail.


• Commitment to an Apprenticeship programme

• Self-motivated

• Commitment to the company

Can work in a team and use your own initiative


GCSE’s C+ This to include Maths and English.

Business is growing and possible progression within the company on completion of their Apprenticeship


The Square 4 Services team have over 20 years’ experience in designing and installing renewable energy systems. Operating extensively across both the commercial and construction markets, we have completed numerous large-scale projects covering industrial, commercial, public sector and agricultural sectors. Our management, design and installation teams bring a unrivalled level of expertise that gives our clients the confidence that SQ4S can successfully deliver their project to the highest standards demonstrating a Total Quality Management (TQM) approach. Overall, the SQ4S team have the proven experience, from design to execution, to insure the unforeseen issues, which can impact every project, can be anticipated, managed and resolved to ensure the project stays on programme and is delivered as required.