Generator Engineer (Electrical Bias)

Posted 2 weeks ago by Rise Technical Recruitment

Birmingham, West Midlands
£30,000 - £45,000/annum Overtime + Training + Van

Generator Engineer (Electrical Bias)
£30,000 - £45,000 + Overtime + Industry Training + Company Van + Bupa Healthcare

Based in Midlands

Are you a Generator Engineer with electrical bias, looking to join a growing company, in a varied and autonomous field based role where you can increase your earnings with overtime?

On offer is the chance to use your technical skills within a leading UK company who operate across the UK. The company are very well known for investing in their employees and offer continuous support with industry recognised training and qualifications, in order to develop your skills.

The company offer their customers the full solution from sales, installs, testing and even bespoke solutions. As one of the leading companies in their industry, they are now growing and have ambitions to increase their coverage across the UK.

This role would suit a Generator Engineer with electrical bias looking for a field based position where you can earn overtime and undertake training.

The Role:

  • Installing and testing a range of generators at various customer sites.
  • Experience of UPS commissioning and fault finding.
  • Opportunity to increase earnings through overtime.

The Person:

  • Experienced Diesel Generator Engineer.
  • Looking to develop skills through industry related training and qualifications.
  • Field based position.

If you are interested in this role, please click apply or contact Chloe Locke at Rise Technical Recruitment.

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