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Electrician (Full Training in Commissioning)

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Electrician (Full Training in Commissioning)


£33,000-£37,000 + Full Training + Van + Fuel + Overtime + Bupa Health Care + Bonus + Pension + Holidays + Death in Service + Laptop + Phone

Are you looking for a role where you can develop your skills through high quality training, have long-term job security within a well-established international company and increase your earnings with a company bonus?

Do you have your NVQ Level 3, 18th edition and strong industrial experience?

This company specialise in the sale and design of bespoke water treatment equipment for municipal and industrial clients. As a result of continued success and an ongoing programme of growth, they are now seeking to recruit an Electrician to join their highly professional team.

In this role the successful candidate will receive full training on how to commission the company's water treatment equipment installations. Once fully trained, they will then carrying commissioning work around the North of England. Their will be occassional travel to Scotland and Ireland for further training and stay ways will be an occasional need.

The ideal candidate will be an Electrician who has both their NVQ Level 3 and 18th edition. They will also have strong industrial experience. A driving license is also a necessity.

This is a brilliant role for an hard-working, driven and enthusiastic Electrician to join a leading company where you will be given the opportunity to develop yourself through high quality training and progress your career.

The role:

* Full training on commissioning of water treatment equipment
* Covering the North of England
* Overtime and bonus
* Progression available
* Van and fuel provided

The person:

* NVQ Level 3 in electrical discipline
* 18th edition
* Strong industrial experience
* Driving license
* Live within a 50 mile radius of Rotherham

The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.