Auto Electrician

  • Permanent
  • Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Posted: 18th September 2023
  • Salary: £28000.00 - £34000.00 per annum
  • Duration:
  • Reference: BBBH11268
  • Industry:
  • Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Start Date: ASAP
  • Skills:

An Auto Electrician is needed to work for a leading manufacturing company that is at the forefront of its industry. Basic Salary of up to £18 an hr plus OT Permanent position, immediate starts available, 4 day week.

The Auto Electrician position is working with a company that has seen significant growth and with a strong order book for the forthcoming years, this is a position where you will have no job security issues.

This is a permanent Auto Electrician role, immediate start upon interview, with all the benefits associated with working for the company on a full-time basis and with the opportunity to continue training on various roles with the company.


  • Fitting and installing electrical systems to new vehicles e.g reversing cameras, beacons, interior lights etc
  • Fitting wiring looms
  • Read schematic drawings/work to bespoke requirements from the customer

To be successful in the Auto electrician role you may have worked as a Vehicle Electrician or Aircraft, train/rolling stock electrician

4-day week
Uncapped OT
Permanent position
Growing company
Days – no shifts

Alternatively, if you want a private chat about the Auto Electrician role before submitting your application then please call or email Tom at E3 Recruitment.



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