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Electrical Engineer
Title: Electrical Engineer
Category: Construction
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £50,000.00
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Aspect is London’s leading property maintenance service provider, offering expert support, day and night, to thousands of residential and commercial properties alike.

Our trade services range from drainage to roofing, and cover for everything imaginable in between. We have some exciting opportunities for qualified and highly motivated Electrical Engineers for various day and night shifts across London.

What will this role involve?

Working with residential and commercial properties Attending emergencies and breakdowns Carrying out fault finding, repairs and installation Testing, inspection and PAT testing (if qualified) Carrying out pre-planned maintenance Requirements

17th edition qualified2391/2394/2395 qualified (desirable)Valid driving licenceHand tools requiredTo be able work within London and/or the home countiesExperience of with small and medium size residential and commercial properties.Good communication skillsBenefits

£32ph - £60phWeekend shift patterns availableCompany vehicleOpportunities for growth and progressionDedicated trade specialist service managerSpecialist tools and equipmentCompany uniform providedCompany mobile phone providedProtected Self-employed statusIf you want to join a company that is at the forefront of its industry, whilst providing excellent customer service, then we would love to hear from you!
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