Plumbers are skilled professionals. They will be able to install, maintain, troubleshoot, and plan plumbing projects from sanitation systems to heating and cooling devices. They can work on both new build properties and older properties.
You should seek these skills in your Plumber:
- Significant experience working as a Plumber.
- High level of understanding of Plumber safety processes and procedures.
- Trained in utilising and maintaining plumbing tools.
- Ability to draft and read technical instructions and electrical blueprints.
- Fast problem-solving and analytical ability.
Interviewing a Plumber
Plumbers have a lot of responsibility, as they’ll ensure a property is safe and comfortable to inhabit. They will also occasionally need to work directly with your customers and clients, in order to better understand a plumbing problem or requirement.
So, to help you decide whether a candidate is a fit for the job, we’ve put together this guide to a Plumber’s interview process. The questions listed here will test different recommended skills. They’re designed for use in the early interview stages, so you can decide early on whether to move forward with the candidate or not.
How to open the job interview
It is only natural that your potential Plumber may feel nervous before their interview. Even the most experienced candidates can feel this way. However, it is important to note that too many nerves can make it hard to assess a candidate’s skills and personality.
To ensure the best possible interview, we, therefore, recommend that you warm up the conversation with a couple of laid-back opening questions.