It's maintaining systems that light up the past
It’s being encouraged to develop. And it’s the pride in joining a team at the heart of a world famous institution. This is what makes working for the Royal Household exceptional.
The size and complexity of Windsor Castle and its surrounding estate will present you with some truly fascinating, and often unique challenges.
You'll take on a huge range of electrical work from installing and testing mechanical and electrical systems, through to preparing and checking equipment before large events.
You'll also carry out electrical repairs and assist contractors on projects, achieving faultless accuracy in all that you do.
But maintenance is only half the story. With every new project, you'll help modernise our systems, suggesting new ways to be more energy efficient for the future.
Every day, you'll work as part of the team who, together, deliver results that are vital to the continued running of our historic and world-famous buildings.
Your electrical experience, ideally in building maintenance and minor refurbishment, has enabled you to develop a good working knowledge of electrics and a customer-driven approach to the delivery of maintenance services.
Your relevant qualifications, such as C&G 2365 Part 1 & 2, will be essential, and you'll be qualified to work within IEE Wiring Regulations 18th Edition. Familiarity with the Microsoft Office suite will also be important. A full UK driving licence will also be essential.
A logical and innovative problem solver, with excellent time management skills, you're comfortable meeting multiple regular deadlines.
What's more, you’re a great communicator and team player, able to build positive relationships with colleagues and external contractors alike.
Above all, you clearly take care and pride in your work. Your flexible approach means you pro-actively get involved and enjoy the varied, unusual workload that listed buildings entail.
In addition, you can look forward to a comprehensive benefits package, including a 15% employer contribution pension scheme, 33 days annual leave, including bank holidays and access to training and development to support your continuous professional development.