So your partner’s an electrician?
Are they happy with their current job?
Are they getting the respect they deserve?
Do they have an adequate work life balance?
Are you living pay cheque to pay cheque?
Maybe a change is in order…?
We understand the frustrations of being tied up in a dead end job, and we know how hard it is to run your own business.
Read about how Sandy and Mark turned their lives around.
Sandy and Mark’s story:
Sandy is a mother of two and married to her high school sweetheart Mark.
Mark was a self-employed electrician who ran his own business in Adelaide for 6 years.
Mark started his electrical business in 2007. He was an exceptional electrician who loved his customers and loved providing them with excellent service. He was good at what he did, and it didn’t take long for him to build up a regular clientele.
It was a struggle at first but by the third year, life was good. Sandy had just delivered their second child, everything was running fine, the business was growing, as was his team. He had now employed a full time electrician and an apprentice.
In Mark’s sixth year of business however, he began feeling overwhelmed, regularly working 80 hour weeks trying to keep up with his customer’s expectations, managing his new staff, and spending most evenings catching up on paperwork and bills.
He was tired, he was under pressure, and the stress was beginning to affect Sandy and their family. They hadn’t had a holiday in six years, were rarely spending any time together, most of their conversations were work or money related, and Mark wasn’t spending as near enough time as he would have liked with his children. Sandy and Mark had no common goals and began losing each other. And to top it all off, Mark was quickly losing his passion and dedication to his trade.
Sandy quickly realised that there was no work life balance and that the stress and pressure of running their own business was taking a toll on Mark, their relationship and his health. The business had to go. Willing to fight for her family, Sandy started looking for job opportunities for Mark with reputable companies that would allow him to redefine himself as an electrician and get back to his core values, of excellent work and exceptional customer service.
Sandy and Mark were able to sell the business, and Mark started working for a great company. It wasn’t long before they started realising the benefits. After all was said and done, his income wasn’t that different from when he was working for himself and had additional opportunities to earn incentives and bonuses. Mark’s work life balance was quickly realigned, allowing him to spend quality time with his family, and rekindling his relationship with Sandy.
With the added benefits of being a full-time employee, Mark was again contributing to his superannuation fund, began accruing leave entitlements, and he and Sandy finally booked their first family holiday.
Now life was really good!
If Mark and Sandy’s business experiences sound all too familiar then take a leaf out of Sandy’s book and give us a call.
At Precise we’re looking for experienced electricians that are passionate about their work, and their customer service.
Precise was established in 1999 and employs 50+ staff. We provide plumbing and electrical maintenance services to Adelaide’s domestic market.
Some of the benefits of working at Precise include:
- Work life balance (most of our team have families so we understand the importance of family time)
- Weekends and after hours to yourself (minimal on call commitments throughout the year)
- Stress less and leave work at work
- Full time employment
- Annual and Long Service leave accruals
- Personal Leave accruals
- Superannuation Guarantee
- Above award wages including penalty rates
- Bonuses and Incentive programs
- We are a social company
- Team building events
- Regular training
- Van, phone, uniform, etc
- Close knit team
We have two electrical positions on offer;
Wages for both positions can range between $28-$40 per hour pending skill sets.
There is opportunity to earn Incentives and bonuses of over $30k per year, providing specific individual targets are met.
Electrical Sales Technician
If your partner’s the charismatic type, loves people and a conversation then the Sales position maybe their calling. As a sales technician they’d be responsible for attending domestic customer jobs, quoting and following up on work, offer an exceptional level of customer service, be confident, communicate well with customers, and be well presented.
Electrical Project Technician
If your partner is the type that likes to get in and get the job done, doesn’t mind getting a little dirty and enjoys a hard day’s work, then they’d be best suited to the Projects division. As a project technician, they would be responsible for completing larger domestic jobs. They would need to be well presented and offer excellent customer service.
They say the grass isn’t always greener on the other side, however sometimes it’s worth a look.
This may just be the opportunity you’ve been attracting.
If you’d like to know more about the positions on offer, please call us. We encourage you to come down for a chat in person and get to know the company and the people that make up Precise.
Pick up the phone now and call us. Ask for Claudia or Garry.
Call us on 8152 6780 or send us a private message on facebook – @PreciseTradeServices
Alternatively you can email your resume to; email@example.com
Get your life back on track!
Looking forward to hearing from you.