|Job Ref:||BANKELECT36||Employer:||Randstad||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||City Of London||Address:||Post Code:||WC1A||Salary:||Negotiable||Post Date:||08/10/2016 00:15|
Electrical Maintenance Engineer - Bank - £36,000 + Plenty of OT |
I have a fantastic opportunity to work for a large maintenance company based in the City for a Electrical Maintenance Engineer with experience in building services to work on a banking contract in the City.
The client is a large international bank and is looking for a maintenance electrician to join their tenanted building in the City in order to deliver their maintenance contract.
* Basic Salary of £36,000
* 25 Days Annual leave + Bank Holidays
* Season Ticket loan
* Plenty of OT
* Career progression - would want the engineer to develop into the supervisor
Hours of Work
* Monday to Friday - Split Days - 07:00am -16:00pm / 10:00am - 19:00pm
* Electrical and Mechanical PPM's and Reactive maintenance
* General building services tasks
* Emergency lighting, Fire alarms, FCU's, AHU's, HVAC plant, Water treatment
* Tenanted areas of a large international Bank
* Working as part of a small maintenance team to deliver a great service to the client
* Apprentice Trained
* Electrical or Mechanical - City & Guilds Level 1 and 2 or Equivalent
* 17th Edition
* Client Facing
* Commercial Building Maintenance Experience
My client is able to interview straight away if the right candidates are available so to avoid missing out please send your CV today
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Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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