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Electrician


Salary: £31000 per annum

Location: Oxfordshire

Job Type: Permanent

Posted: 13/05/2020

Job Ref: 473105541


Electrician (Site Based)

£28,000 - £31,000

Oxfordshire



You have the chance to join a multi-technical FM & Construction services organisation as a site based electrician, working on a client site in Abingdon.

The organisation provides Hard services to a client site which carries out Nuclear Fusion and research programmes aimed at creating clean, sustainable energy sources for the future.



As an Electrician you will have responsibility for:



• Carrying out routine Maintenance to site Electrical and Facilities Equipment within a set schedule. Ensuring engineering standards are maintained in order to maximise the operational effectiveness and reliability of the Plant and associated electrical systems.

• Carrying out Electrical Installations including Testing and Certification

• Respond in a prompt and effective manner to all electrically related reactive maintenance issues and help desk requests.

• Electrical fault diagnosis associated with the PPM or Reactive maintenance of the site.

• Keeping the CAFM system updated with works carried out.

• Ensuring onsite Quality Assurance procedures are adhered to in all respects and to maintain accurate records/documentation associated the electrical aspects of the PPM and plant.

• Work with specialist sub-contractors associated with electrical aspects of the PPM schedules.





To be considered, you must have:



• City & Guilds Electrical Installation Level 3 2330 / 2360 OR Equivalent.

• City & Guilds 18th Edition BS7671

• Must have at least 3 years' experience working as a qualified Electrician.

• Must have at least 3 years' experience working within an Industrial/Commercial environment.





The salary for this role is up to £31,000 plus pension, 25 days annual leave and private single medical cover.



To apply, please email your CV to sarah.hamillmoss@fmcnetwork.co.uk or call 0121 450 5000 to discuss the role in further detail.

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