Electrical Maintenance Engineer - Southwark - Permanent - £39,000 + Overtime
Exciting opportunity to work for an established FM service provider situated in a critical building in City of London (Southwark). The successful candidate will be multi skilled but Electrical bias that comes from a critical background and also qualified with knowledge of mechanical duties and also a proven track record in commercial building (i.e data centres, commercial offices, banks, high end properties) maintenance experience. He or she will be required to work alongside the maintenance team on site and the duties will include carrying out M&E / Fabric planned and reactive maintenance.
This is a permanent role and you will have the opportunity to be offered or interviewed for the permanent position on site, which will pay up to £39,000.
Continental Shift Days & Nights - 07:00am - 19:00pm / 19:00pm - 07:00am
- Basic Salary of £39,000
- 20 Days Annual leave + Bank Holidays
- Plenty of OT
- Career progression - would want the engineer to develop into supervisors and above.
- Lighting - lamp changes, ballast changes, simmtronic/Phillips lighting
- Emergency light testing
- Power distribution
- Electrical fault-finding
- Small works - new sockets, new lights, new circuits
- PAT Testing
- Control Panel maintenance
- Fire alarms
- BMS systems
- UPS Systems
- Sprinkler systems
- Water treatment/Legionella
- General building services
- Apprentice Trained (Ideally)
- MUST HAVE CRITICAL BACKGROUND EXPERIENCE
- Electrically qualified - City & Guilds Level 1 and 2 or Equivalent
- HV Authorised/LV Authorised
- Client Facing
- Great communication
- Pro-active attitude
- Commercial Building Maintenance Experience
My client is able to interview this week and next week if the right candidates are available so to avoid missing out please send your CV today or call for more details.
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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