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Electrical Maintenance Technician

An Electrical Maintenance Technician role with a reputable organisation based in Liverpool paying around £32k

Your new company
You will be working for a national logistics organisation, and with over 10 sites across the country there is plenty of opportunity to enhance your career. Seen as a leader in facilities and technology, your new company offers progression and development opportunities in a fast-paced, challenging yet engaging environment.

Your new role
In your new role as Electrical Maintenance Technician, you will be responsible for preventative and reactive maintenance, working with the latest automation technology. All of your responsibilities will be carried out with Health & Safety policies and regulations as a priority.

What you'll need to succeed
In order to be successful in this role, you will need to have had previous experience in an Electrical Engineering role, have working knowledge of PLC's and are able to work as a multi-skilled engineer where needed. Ideally, you will hold a HNC qualification in a relevant engineering discipline.

What you'll get in return
In return, you will receive a salary of around £32,000 with 20 days holiday. The shift pattern you will be working on is widely seen as the most favourable in the industry, allowing you to maintain a great work/life balance and continuing a long-term career at this company.

What you need to do now
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£30000 - £35000 per annum + Benefits



0151 242 0744

Electrical Maintenance Technician

Liverpool, UK

Published on 11 Oct 2019