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Electrician

Electrician - Maintenance & Install - Amazing rates of pay - UK wide coverage

Your new company
You will be working for a successful M&E contractor as an Electrician covering retail sites across the UK, predominately at airports.

Your new role
As an Electrician you will be basic troubleshooting, installation, maintenance and repair on designated equipment. Completing preventative maintenance and field modifications, as well as ordering and managing repair parts cycle times. You will be maintaining tools and test equipment and ensuring they are calibrated. You will provide a great service to all accounts and sites you are assigned to. You will be working a mixture of days, nights and some weekend working.

What you'll need to succeed
You must be a qualified Electrician, with ideally your 18th edition and your C&G2391 inspection and testing.
You must be extremely health and safety conscious due to the nature of the locations you will be working at.

What you'll get in return
In return you will receive excellent rates of pay, which differs dependant on the hours that are worked. You will be guaranteed 50 hours of pay each week if wanted, and there is plenty of further over time available. All travel and stop over costs will be covered. You will also have food allowances. You will typically receive £16 per hour in the day, and £32 per hour for night shifts, evening and early mornings will be at £24 per hour.

What you need to do now
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Electrician

England
Permanent
no work experience required
Non-Management

Published on 4 Feb 2020