£17.00 - £20.00 per hour + DOE
almost 2 years ago
1st July 2019
Estates Electrician required to join a public sector organisation based in Lancashire. My client, is currently recruiting for an experienced Estates Electrician to carry out day to day electrical servicing and repair maintenance on a full-time, temporary ongoing basis.
Duties of the Estates Electrician can include:
- Carrying out electrical servicing
- Undertaking electrical repairs maintenance
- Completing testing and inspecting where necessary
- Carrying out fault finding and remedial repairs if required
- Working with the team and contractors to ensure an effective maintenance, repair and installation service is provided
- Ensuring works carried out are in accordance with health and safety guidelines
The successful Estates Electrician will have:
- 17th or 18th Edition is essential
- City & Guilds 2391 is essential
- A recognised Apprenticeship in Electrical engineering
- Experience of carrying out repairs and testing and inspecting on domestic properties
- Must have your own tools
- Must hold a current UK driving license and access to own transport
- Available to start at short notice
If you believe you have the necessary skills and experience for the Estates Electrician role, please apply now, or contact Claire Harrison at Sellick Partnership.
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