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Post Name Electrician
Company Name Horizon Energy Group
Salary NZD 30000 To NZD 32000 Per Year
Address
Wellington City, New Zealand 6022

About Company

Collectively, our business units make the Horizon Energy Group an attractive partner for those looking to leverage the value inherent within such a comprehensive, established, and wide-ranging array of expertise.

From heating, ventilation, and air conditioning to refrigeration, electrical, plumbing, network operations, and electricity supply, milking and pumping solutions, carpentry, metal roofing/cladding manufacture, and installation, and a host of additional niche offerings, means there is not an aspect of facilities maintenance and service solutions we do not cover.

Through a spirit of partnership we see our interactions with customers as a journey in reaching shared goals of; enhanced working environments, increased productivity and longevity of the product, and reduced costs without compromising safety, even in the most complex environments. 

We believe that together, we are stronger than one, and the synergy of our actions more powerful.

Horizon Energy Group operates nationally under the following trading brands:

Basic Responsibility for New Zealand Jobs for Filipino:

  • Installing, maintaining, and repairing electrical control, wiring, and lighting systems.
  • Reading technical diagrams and blueprints.
  • Performing general electrical maintenance.
  • Inspecting transformers, circuit breakers, and other electrical components.
  • Troubleshooting electrical issues using appropriate testing devices.
  • Repairing and replacing equipment, electrical wiring, and fixtures.
  • Following National Electrical Code state and local building regulations.
  • Performing circuit breaker corrective maintenance.
  • Maintaining good knowledge of heating and air conditioning systems as well as various testing equipment.

Industry Private
Schedule Type Full Time
Education Required Degree in Related Field
Remote No

Basic Skills for Getting Jobs in New Zealand:

  • NZ Registered Electrician with a current NZ practicing license.
  • NZ residency and/or valid NZ permit to work.
  • A proven background in electrical, maintenance, servicing, and remedial repairs.
  • Current NZ Class 1 (car) driver’s license.
  • Be well presented and have a high degree of self-motivation.
  • Have the ability to work independently or as part of a team.
  • A passion for maintaining a safe work environment.
  • Availability to be on-call on a roster basis.
  • Excellent communication and customer service skills.

Benefits of Working in a Company:

  • A competitive hourly rate with on-call allowances and overtime rates as applicable.
  • Guaranteed hours per week.
  • Paid Birthday leave.
  • Life and Critical Illness cover.
  • Modern company vehicle and uniform.
  • Great team culture with genuine career development opportunities.

Benefits of Working in New Zealand for :

The benefits/compensation that is guaranteed by the minimum code include:

National Minimum Wage:-

Minimum wage rates apply to all employees, regardless of the employment type. Employers aged 16 or over must be paid at least the adult minimum wage unless they are starting out, or are in training. In these cases, the minimum wage rate is slightly lower.

Employees and employers can negotiate the employment wage, as long as it is not less than the national minimum wage.

Wage Payment:- 

-Employers must pay their employees in cash or can be paid another way (check or direct credit), but this must be included in the written employment agreement.

Work Hours and Breaks:- 

Standard work hours in New Zealand are 8 hours daily, and 40 hours weekly. All employees are entitled to rest breaks, which consist of at least two 10-minute breaks and one 30-minute meal break. If the working hours are less, only one 10-minute rest break is included.

Notice Periods:- 

Depending on the role, the standard notice period is between 2-4 weeks. The terms and conditions of employee termination must be agreed to in the employee agreement.

Termination and Severance:- 

Employment contracts may be terminated through dismissal or resignation. In both cases, the notice period for termination must be met. In cases of serious conduct, an employee may be dismissed without notice.

In terms of severance pay, the payment must include payment for all hours worked, payment for annual holidays, and any additional lump sum or other payments owing.

Sick Leave:- 

Employees are entitled to 5 days of paid sick leave after meeting 6 months of continuous employment. After the initial 5 days, an extra five days are added for every 12 months.

Employers must pay their employees their relevant daily pay or average daily pay. Employers may also request proof of illness, such as a medical certificate.

Holiday & Annual Leave:- 

At the end of each year of continuous employment with any one employer, the employee is entitled to 4 weeks paid annual leave. Employees can request to cash up one week of their annual holidays each year, in writing. Employees are also entitled to at least 11 paid public holidays.

Maternity Leave:- 

Known as ‘Primary Care Leave’ in New Zealand, mothers are entitled to 26 weeks of maternity leave, and are paid between $177-$585.80 by the government per week. Mothers who suffer from a miscarriage or stillbirth are also entitled to three days of paid leave.

Paternity Leave:- 

Known as ‘Partners’ Leave’ in New Zealand, a spouse or partner is given one week of unpaid leave after six months of employment, and two weeks of unpaid leave after 12 months of employment. This leave can be taken any time within the period of 21 days before or after the birth.

Parental Leave:-

 Parental Leave in New Zealand is comprised of primary care leave, partners leave, and other types of leave that parents may take:

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