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Electrician (Training in Renewable Energy)

Job description

Electrician (Training in Renewable Energy)
Leicester (covering the UK)
£32,000 - £38,000 + Training + Van + Overtime

Are you an experienced Electrician looking for a new permanent role?

Would you like full training in the Renewable Energy industry?

The company are Renewable Energy specialists and work with clients across the world. They are willing to provide full training for an Electrician who is keen to enter the Renewables industry.

You will be involved in all Commercial, Industrial and Domestic Projects carrying out Installation, Maintenance, Commissioning and Testing works. You will be trained on everything from Wind Turbines, Solar PV, EV Charge Points, Battery Storage systems etc.

You must be level 3 qualified with your 18th edition wiring regs to be considered. 2391 and an ECS gold card is desirable but that can be provided by the company if you don't have these.

The working hours are Monday to Thursday 7.30am - 5pm with a 12 midday finish on Fridays. There is no weekend work but overtime is available throughout the week to maximise your earnings.

There is a requirement for you to spend regular nights away from home so please only apply if this is something you are able to commit to.

Here is a brilliant opportunity for an Electrician to gain highly sought after skills within the Renewable Energy industry and join a rapidly expanding company with a great future.

The Role

  • Renewable Energy Electrician
  • Wind Turbines, Solar PV, EV Charge Points & Battery Storage
  • Covering the UK

The Person

  • Level 3 qualified Electrician
  • Keen to get into Renewables
  • Comfortable with UK wide travel and regular nights away

This vacancy is being advertised by Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd. 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.