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Electrician (Renewables)

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Electrician (Renewables)
£35,000 + Profit Share Bonus Scheme + Overtime + Van + Pension + Holiday + Local Work

Are you a qualified electrician with 18th Edition and hold a 2391 certificate? Do you want to get trained up in the Renewable sector with the opportunity to maximise your earning through overtime?

If successful you will be joining an established firm going strong for over 20 years with goals to continue growth while maintaining a strong employee community instead of becoming a corporate giant. ON top of this the maximum you would have to travel is an hour radius of Kidderminster.

Your role within this company will involve electrical installation of primarily domestic Solar PV and Battery Storage Systems. General maintenance will also be part of the role this could be both reactive and PPM.

The ideal candidate for this role will be a skilled Electrician with experience in domestic installation. It is essential that candidates who apply for this role have in date certificates for their 18th Edition and their test and inspection (2391). If you have renewables experience this would be a distinct advantage though this is not essential.

The Role

* Domestic renewable installations

* Reactive and PPM Maintenance of previous installations

* Maximum radius of 1 hour for work - local patch only

The Person

* Skilled Electrical Installer

* Qualified with 18th Edition and 2391

* Renewables experience desirable

* Full clean drivers licence

To apply for this role or to be considered for further roles, please click "Apply Now" or contact Daniel Thomas at Rise Technical Recruitment.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd acts an employment agency for permanent roles and an employment business for temporary roles.

The salary advertised is the bracket available for this position. The actual salary paid will be dependent on your level of experience, qualifications and skill set. We are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitable candidates.