Electrical Maintenance Engineer

Posted 16 April by Randstad Construction & Property
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Are you an electrical maintenance engineer seeking a new opportunity in the building services sector? I am working with a leading FM service provider who are looking for a shift maintenance engineer to join their highly successful team as an electrical bias shift engineer for a their banking sector client. Experience in maintenance in the banking sector is desirable, though not essential.

  • £45,000 to £49,000 salary range
  • Overtime available
  • Hands-on training and career progression opportunity
  • Static site based in London


  • Emergency Light Testing
  • Fire Alarm Testing
  • UPS
  • Crac Units
  • Circuit Breakers
  • Switchgears
  • Chillers
  • Water Boilers
  • AHUs/FCUs
  • Distribution Boards
  • Transformers
  • Generator Testing
  • Electrical Fault Finding
  • Emergency Light Testing
  • Basic Installations


  • NVQ Level 3 Electrical (or equivalent)
  • 18th Edition
  • HV/LV AP (ideally)
  • Experience carrying out maintenance in a critical banking environment (desirable)

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.

For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

Reference: 52486886

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