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Industrial Installation Electrician
Salary: Actual Salary of £28,080 - £30,160 Basic
Expected earnings +£38,000 (Overtime)
A van and a phone are supplied for work purposes only.
Contract Type: Permanent, Fulltime
Hours of work: 8am to 4pm Monday to Friday
Applicants MUST HAVE:
*Experience in an industrial environment.
*Electrical qualification, ideally 17th Edition.
*Pride in their engineering work.
*Want to be part of an enthusiastic and growing team.
*Be a problem solver and be able to think on your feet.
*Be OK with travelling throughout the UK - regular overnight stops.
We are proud to be an integral part of our client's growth plans over the coming years. They have an established client base which has been built on their exceptional reputation gained over the last 30 years. They now have exciting new plans for development and growth that will require a solid team who want to be a part of this. If you are looking for a long-term career with a stable and expanding company, who like to reward their staff, read on.
They are an established Industrial Electrical Engineering company looking after Print, Recycling, Packaging, Manufacturing and Farming industries. They provide an outstanding service for their clients which covers breakdowns, repairs, refurbishments, testing and maintenance.
The position that we are currently recruiting is for an experienced installation electrician who will;
*Wire industrial premises
*Strip out and replace cable
*Wire machines back to a distribution board
*Take responsibility for managing the job, ensuring that materials are on site, etc.
*Electrical and mechanical fault find.
You will possess:
*Excellent electrical skills, ideally 17th Edition
*An ability to read electrical drawings is a must.
*Be physically fit.
*Industrial installation experience is essential.
*Willing to work throughout UK
*Be willing to work long hours when required and earn good money.
Your basic will £13.50 - £14.50 ph - 40 hour week + Overtime. A van and a phone are supplied for work purposes.
Deeping St James
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