Maintenance Electrician

  • Permanent
  • Durham, County Durham
  • Posted: 30th July 2020
  • Salary: £15 - £20 per hour
  • Duration: 3 months
  • Reference: BBBH6471
  • Industry:
  • Location: Durham, County Durham
  • Start Date: 04/08/2020
  • Skills:

Maintenance Electrician

We have an opportunity available for a maintenance electrician to commence work on Tuesday 4th August for circa 6 to 8 weeks. The position will be working days Monday to Friday from 6.30am to 3.30pm, at a very well-respected heavy engineering manufacturer based in the Durham area.

Within the position you will providing ‘Hands-on’ Electrical & Technical support to both Production and other internal functions throughout the Factory, working as the sole Maintenance Electrician on-site.

Key Experience Required of the Maintenance Electrician:

  • NVQ level 3 or equivalent in Electrical Engineering
  • Experience of undertaking maintenance activities upon manufacturing machinery within a production-based environment
  • Experience of working within an industrial maintenance environment is preferable

Main Duties & Responsibilities of the Maintenance Electrician include:

  • Essential planned and reactive maintenance and necessary repairs to keep the factory in good working order.
  • Provide electrical maintenance cover through effective and efficient response to plant breakdowns throughout the factory.

What’s in it for you as the Maintenance Electrician

  • £15 to £20 per hour
  • Days based position Monday to Friday – 40 hours per week

Should this Maintenance Electrician be of any interest to you, please apply today



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