Lead engineer- canary wharf- £35k-£38k

Recruiter
RGB London
Location
Canary Wharf
Salary
£35000 - £38000/annum ample over time and progression
Posted
06 Jul 2017
Closes
05 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Lead static electrical engineer- canary wharf, London – £36-38k

With 30 years mechanical and electrical experience this family run business combines technical software and capabilities with a personal approach to deliver innovation, quality workmanship, cost-effectiveness and prompt delivery. This national wide Building Services Company currently has circa 120 multi disciplined service engineers  and its  low turnover of staff is testament to there  employee commitment. There reputation and skills, have made them number one choice for building services. . 

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Electrical bias Lead M&E engineer join their team on one of London`s most exciting and prestigious sites.  Working in the heart of London on a luxury building you will be providing electrical and mechanical l maintenance.

Duties

This is role requires a well presented and experienced Lead electrical engineer who loves a challenge. This is a very busy site with a number of reactive calls per weeks so quick thinking and engineering intelligence is a must. You will be working along side  other engineers providing preventive, service and breakdown on a number of electrical and mechanical equipment.

The Ideal candidate will be:

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- Minimum of 5 years engineering experience

- Dynamic, career focused with engineering intelligence

This is an ideal role for Lead engineer looking to be Contract Supervisor/ Manager within 18 months

Salary & package

In return our client will be offering £36k- 38k basic salary, call out with 100 standby , ample overtime, company pension, 25 days holiday excluding bank holidays , working hours are 7am – 4pm and  9am to 6pm Monday to Friday shifts are rotated between engineers. 

 

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