Inverteck are currently looking for a domestic electrician to join our busy team.

Closing date – 28/02/2018


You must be;

  • Experienced in domestic electrical work
  • Able to produce a high standard of work
  • Fully conversant with the current edition of BS7671
  • Knowledgable of Part P and building regulations
  • Able to work alone and as part of a team
  • Able to make decisions when faced with a challenge
  • Clean, tidy and have respect for our customers property
  • Polite with customers
  • Happy to occasionally work additional hours to meet deadlines
  • Willing to carry out call out work when an emergency arises

For the right candidate, we offer an excellent employment package which would include;

  • Pay in accordance with the current JIB rules
  • Company vehicle
  • Mobile phone
  • Uniform
  • Pension scheme
  • Bonus

If you are interested in this role and you feel you have the right skills, please send your CV to careers@inverteck.co.uk



We are currently looking for people interested in an electrical apprenticeship to join us in 2018.

Closing date – 29/03/2018


Inverteck believe that apprenticeships are the best way to begin a career in the electrical contracting industry. An apprenticeship will provide a direct route into the industry, equip you with hands-on training and experience required and enable you to specialise in an area that suits you.

All our apprentices follow our own 243 point training programme which is carried out over a period of around 3.5 to 4 years. We work alongside JTL to ensure that all our apprentices are trained to a high standard.

The job of an electrician is varied and interesting, and can offer a challenging yet rewarding career.

An electrician will typically carry out the following tasks;

  • Install, maintain and repair electrical services (eg. lighting, sockets, fire  alarms, emergency lighting & heating controls)
  •  Work indoors and outdoors and be prepared to sometimes work at height
  •  Work with little or no supervision; relying on their own initiative
  •  Be prepared to travel away from home
  •  Develop good working relationships with people
  •  Read both building and engineering drawings
  •  Understand wiring and circuit diagrams
  •  Inspect and test electrical installations
  •  Diagnose and rectify faults on a range of circuits and equipment
  •  Write reports on the condition of electrical installations

If you are interested in the exciting challenge that an electrical apprenticeship can offer, please send your CV to careers@inverteck.co.uk