Fixed Wire Tester- Hourly paid plus company Vehicle

£ Depending on Experience, company van, laptop, smartphone, power tools & company clothing.
12 Jun 2017
10 Jul 2017
Servest Manager
Contract Type
Full Time

Arthur McKay are seeking a talented Electrician to carry out Fixed Wire Testing and remedial work within our FM Compliance Department in Edinburgh.

Main duties and experience required:

  • Fixed wire testing and inspections on commercial projects.
  • Carry out various types of remedial works including board changes, partial rewires, fault finding, installing containment and changing accessories as and when required.
  • Experience of testing, inspecting and the completion of Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) within commercial buildings ranging from offices, schools, prisons and hospitals.
  • City & Guilds 2391 or 2394/2395 Testing and Inspection certification (Preferred but not essential)
  • JIB/SJIB Electrician (Approved preferred but not essential)
  • ECS/CSCS card
  • Full clean driving licence

Working hours are: 8am-16.30pm, Monday to Thursday, 8-14.00pm Friday. You may be required to work additional hours as required by the needs of your role and business. This is a mobile role covering the central belt and further afield if required.

For this role you will be supplied with a company van, laptop, smartphone, power tools and company clothing.

If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience, please send your CV along with a Cover Letter outlining your suitability for this role and details of your salary expectations and notice period

Please note that all shortlisted candidates will be contacted with 7 days of application


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