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Electrical Maintenance Engineer (Full Teacher Training)

Employer
Rise Technical Recruitment
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
7 Jul 2022

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Sector
Education
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
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Electrical Maintenance Engineer (Full Teacher Training)
£30,000 - £35,000 + Full Training + Progression + Company Pension + 48 Days Holiday + Excellent Benefits
Wigan, Greater Manchester, commutable from Helens, Bolton, Manchester, Chorley, Bury, Rochdale

Are you an Electrical Maintenance Engineer with food / drinks industry experience looking to get off the tools and enter a role offering full training and qualifications to start a career as a Lecturer?

This is a unique opportunity to change industry and join a long standing institution that will invest in you with full training to help you teach the next generation of Maintenance Engineers.

The College have won numerous awards and are very well respected. They have had a large number of students enroll and as a result are investing massively in their growth.

You will teach aspiring Electrical Maintenance Engineers and help guide them through to their apprenticeships through practical and theoretical lessons.

This role would suit a qualified Electrical Maintenance Engineer looking to enter a new role in education where you will gain full training and excellent benefits while teaching Electrical Maintenance apprentices.

The Role:
· Carrying out Theoretical and Practical teaching
· Internal training courses and teaching qualifications
· 37 hour week

The Person:
· Electrical Maintenance Engineer - Qualified
· Looking for a role as a Lecturer

Electrical, Electrical Maintenance, Maintenance Engineer, Maintenance, Mechanical, Mechanic, PPM, Food, Drinks, Wigan, Helens, Bolton, Manchester, Chorley, Bury, Rochdale
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