Street Lighting Operative Nottingham and East Midlands

Post Title: Street Lighting Operatives (Eletrical)

Salary: £15ph - £16ph based on a 45 hour week

Location: Nottingham & East Midlands (Nottingham, Leicester, Derby)


Overall Purpose:


Our client is currently looking for Street Lighting Operatives to carry out a mixture of works including installation and maintenance around the Nottingham & East Midlands (Nottingham, Leicester, Derby). The successful Street Lighting Operative will need to be flexible and reliable, they will be required to work various shifts including night shifts and possibly periods of time away from home. Our client is very keen to explore what ex forces can offer their organisation, however are a major player within their industry and are also able to offer excellent opportunities to the right candidate.

Our client are very keen to add to their professional workforce so although certification is a preferred requirement for this role please do not be put off applying if you are not fully certified as training could possibly be on offer for the right person.

Key Duties for the Street Lighting Operative

  • To work within a small team working on electrical street lighting installation
  • General Street Lighting Maintenance.
  • Occasional Night shift work
  • To work within Health and Safety Plans, method statements, risk assessments

Essential Skills of a Street Lighting Operative

  • Street Lighting Experience
  • Drivers License
  • Street Lighting Certificates


  • HGV Class 2
  • CSCS Card
  • Streetworks Card
  • HIAB
  • IPAF
  • Manual Handling
  • First Aid


To apply for this vacancy please send your CV to:



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