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Industrial Electrician (CompEx Training)

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Industrial Electrician (Training in CompEx)

Worcester

£40,000 - £50,000 + Training + Overtime + Bonus + Progression + Vehicle + Pension + Holidays

Are you looking to grow your electrical knowledge across multiple industrial sites while receiving extensive training from a developing business?

Do you have electrical experience in the industrial and commercial sectors and want to upskill in Renewable Energy, Petro-Chemical, Utilities and Pharmaceutical sectors?

This company provides specialised electrical support to a range of industries across the UK. They work on industrial sites for blue-chip companies with specialist solutions and are looking to expand their fields of operations providing EV Charging installations and maintenance.

In this role you will receive specialist training to work on industrial sites on a range of electrical projects, gaining further qualifications to support your understanding of the industry. You will be working across the country within a team and individually and be required to stay away on a regular basis.

The ideal candidate has an NVQ Level 3, 18th edition regulations and at least 3 years industrial experience. They will be looking to develop their understanding and gain new qualifications.

This is a brilliant opportunity to join a growing company that is adapting to future requirements while providing a specialist service to their clients.

The role:
*Electrical maintenance and installation on industrial sites
*Full training towards CompEx qualifications provided
*Travel across the UK and stay-away required
*Training on renewable technology such as EV Charging

The person:
*NVQ Level 3 electrical qualification
*18th edition wiring regulations
*2391 Test & Inspect, ECS/CSCS card and CompEX qualifications (desirable)
*Full UK driving licence

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.

Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply.