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ELECTRICAL ENGINEER JOBS IN HAVANT

Posted:                    18 Oct 2019

Location:               Havant, South east

Salary:                   £ 37,000 - £ 48,000 per year

Specialism:            Engineering

Sub specialism:     Aerospace

Job type:               Permanent

Working hours:    Full-Time

Contact:                 Dan winzar, randstad cpe


Job Details:

An Eminent nationwide company is seeking for an Electrical engineer to join their Maintenance team on a permanent basis.
This position is a night shift job on a large contract for a growing company.

Requirements:
  • Knowledge on CNC Controls is preferable
  • Electrical apprenticeship qualified
  • Experience required
  • Minimum City & Guilds Level/NVQ 1&2 in Electrical Installation
  • Possess 17th Edition Wiring regulations
  • Proven track record in Commercial Building Maintenance
  • Be proactive in their approach to work
  • CNC skills
  • Qualification (17th Edition)
  • Required Electrical Engineering, Engineering education
  • Good work ethics
  • Well behaved
Responsibilities:

Maintenance as well as fault finding and servicing, Carrying out minor repairs and fault finding to the machinery,  Liaising with management regarding any health & safety issues, ongoing repairs, maintenance and building projects and Typical duties will include HVAC, UPS, BMS, standby power generation and LV/HV electrical distribution systems.

Benefits:
  • Excellent opportunities to progress and Fantastic salary 

Randstad CPE values diversity and uplift equality. We appreciate and invite applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss suitable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.


Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

If you are interested in this position please contact Dan Winzar on 01489560202 , 01489 560 200


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