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Electrical bias shift engineer

Job title: Electrical bias shift engineer
Contract type: Permanent
Location: Westminster
Industry: Technical Engineering Trades & Labour
Salary: £36775 - £40000 per annum
Reference: JO-1909-232307-5
Contact name: Ella Bradley
Contact email: ella.bradley@prsjobs.com

Job description

2x Static Electrical biased Shift Engineers in the City of Westminster


  • Salary: OTE £40,000 Min
  • Shift: Full shift 4 on 4 off Days and Nights – 07.00 to 19.00 and 19.00 to 07.00 (flexible for congestion charge )
  • Benefits: Free parking on site, Great pension scheme, on-site training and progression, external and internal training courses


We are looking for an Electrically Biased maintenance engineer to cover all aspects of electrical and mechanical maintenance on a large heritage site in the lively city of Westminster for one of our most valued customers, a leading building services provider who are growing rapidly all over Europe and have many very well-respected customers within their portfolio. This prestigious company invests in their employees and offer a vast array of training courses and progressions schemes to help expand their engineers’ skills set.



This particular contract has at least 4 to 8 years left on it and with this in mind we are looking ideally for engineers who are looking for a long-term opportunity with this in mind they will offer you job security and a very rewarding place to work.



Ideal candidates would have either completed a full electrical or mechanical apprenticeship or hold City and Guilds or NVQ electrical or mechanical qualifications up to level 3 as well as having their 17th or 18th Edition. Building services experience preferred but not essential.



Successful applicants will need to be able to work confidently both alone and as part of a team and perform well in a high-pressure environment to ensure any issues on site are resolved quickly. It is essential that the applicant can work in a variety of environments, such as working from heights or in confined spaces as well as being able to interact with the public during the day. The experience with PPM’s, reactive works, fault finding, emergency lighting, AHU’s, FCU’s, pumps and motors and other day to day duties is essential to be considered for the role.



This is an amazing opportunity for a strong and knowledgeable applicant who is looking to develop and further themselves as an engineer and take the next step in their building services career.
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