Meter Reader - Casual

Listed 14 days Ago
The Lines Company
Energy and Utilities

 

· Do you enjoy keeping fit while you work?

· Is working outdoors appealing to you?


Our client: 

The Lines Company Ltd (TLC) owns and manages the electricity distribution network throughout the King Country. 

FCL Metering (FCLM), a subsidiary of The Lines Company, is an end to end Metering Equipment Provider to the Energy Retail and Consumer markets. Specialising in bespoke installations, FCLM provides Smart (AMI) and Legacy meter installations and asset management, including Data and Field Services.

The role:

FCLM are now looking for an On-call Meter Reader to join their team to cover planned and unplanned leave. Meter Readers have the responsibility for all matters related to the accurate, timely and service driven reading of customer electricity meters. 

To be successful in this role you will:

  • Be able to work independently and as part of a small team
  • Have strong attention to detail and accuracy
  • Quickly build rapport with a wide range of people
  • Maintain a professional image of self and TLC
  • Have NCEA Level 2 or equivalent
  • Hold a Full NZ Driver Licence
  • Be competent in Microsoft Word and Excel

We offer:

A competitive salary and the opportunity to work in small, close-knit community with a dedicated team of people. This role is typically worked Monday to Friday on a On-call bases. A company vehicle is provided for work purposes. Full training will be provided for the successful applicant. If you think this sounds like you, please apply below.

Safety and wellbeing is paramount to us, so our recruitment process involves a Ministry of Justice criminal background check, medical and fitness checks and a pre-employment drug test.

When the right candidate comes along we’ll snap them up, so don’t delay.

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