Approved (JIB) Electrician required - great opportunity with a local Family run business for the right candidate -  £20-22 per hour CIS, own van and tools required - Full-time temporary opportunity.  


Are you looking for your next temporary role?

Are you a JIB approved electrician?

Do you have testing and inspection qualifications and experience?

Do you have 18th Edition wiring regs?

My client is currently looking to speak to candidates to take on the opportunity as approved electrician for a full-time temporary role, with experience in water/industrial and construction type electrical work.

My client wants to engage with candidates with good experience and an ability to think for themselves and run the job if needs be.

If this is you, we need to speak to you...?

Your New Organisation
You will have a fantastic opportunity to work for a long running family type business working on projects of a varied nature ranging from general commercial and domestic electrical contracts.

With large longstanding contracts and customers, you will have a great career opportunity.

Your New Opportunity

You will have the opportunity to join an established and growing business - the opportunity for the right person is a full-time temp opportunity, giving you an ideal opportunity to enhance your career and grow with the business in future growth.

You will work 45 hours per  week on average but there will be plenty of opportunity for overtime in the week and at the weekend going forward.

You will be an experienced approved electrician you will be fully qualified JIB level electrician NVQ 3 qualified with testing and inspection experience and qualifications.

- JIB level Electrical
- 18th edition
- Test and inspection
- You will have a full driving licence
- Leadership (not essential)

Likely job titles: approved electrician, JIB electrician, electrician, 18th edition electrician, JIB gold electrician, NVQ level Electrician

Contract, Temporary
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Contract Length:
6 to 8 weeks initial
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