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Electrical Test Engineer Job In Northampton, Northamptonshire, 4way Recruitment

Published 2022-08-05
Expires 2022-09-05
ID #1116596434
38000 £
Electrical Test Engineer Job In Northampton, Northamptonshire, 4way Recruitment
United Kingdom, Northamptonshire, Northampton,
Published August 5, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Electrical test engineer
Min. Salary: 35000.00


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Title: Electrician –Testing and Inspection (City and Guilds 2391)

The Company: Leading National Electrical, Fire and Security Supplier. Specialising in the installation and maintenance of Fire Alarms, EML, Extinguishers, Intruder Alarms, Access Control and CCTV.

Package:

Basic Salary: £35,000 -£38,000

OTE Average: £40,000+ with some electricians making £60-70k+

22 days holiday + Bank Holidays

Travel Time Paid – After first 30 minutes of travel (each way)

Company Vehicle and fuel card

Power tools and testing equipment provided

40 hour Week (Monday to Friday 8am -5PM)

Main Responsibilities:

Conduct remedial works as part of the inspection.

Electrical Testing and Inspections

Carry out EICRs

Knowledge and experience:

Worked within a similar Testing and Inspection Role.

18th Edition

City and Guilds 2391

Level 2 & 3 Electrical Installations

Understanding of Health and Safety Regulations

Full UK Driving licence – No points being desired.

If you are currently, 2391 qualified and an 18th Edition Electrician and looking for a new full time permanent position, then please apply now.

If your application is successful, a 4way member will be in touch.

Electrician | Testing and Inspection Engineer

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    4way Recruitment
    Registered on October 7, 2017

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