Instrumentation Electrical Maintenance Engineer
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Are you an engineer or technician looking for a day's role Monday to Friday for a company near to Southampton, Hampshire? Working hours are 8am to 4pm, they offer a good pension, 4% employee, 6% employer, 25 days holiday (up to 28 through service), subsidised canteen, child care vouchers, cycle scheme, on site gym free of charge, employee assistance and suggestion bonus's, discounted activities subsidised by the company and other good company benefits.
The roles seeks an Instrumentation / Electrical Technician to join their team of 5 within the Instrumentation and Electrical Maintenance team. The company are a manufacturer and this role will be providing maintenance, fault finding and repair of control systems, shut down systems, analytical equipment, actuators, control valves and other various instruments. Plus you'll also get involved with commissioning of new machinery on occasions.
In terms of money this role pays generously, going up to circa £39000 increasing from a starting salary of £33000. After gaining sufficient experience the successful candidate can expect this salary to increase after circa 6 months of experience and you'll be put onto a call out rota and expected to work 1 in every 4 weekends.
So what do I need?
The right candidate will ideally hold relevant certifications, such as a BTEC Level 3 or equivalent of. You'll have good instrumentation, electrical experience, control systems experience and ideally from within a manufacturing or production environment.
They will interview quickly for a promising candidate. If you wish to initially have a discreet conversation to learn more about the opportunity then please ring and ask to speak to Neil on 02392483944, or alternatively please click apply to submit your CV to us straight away, we will review swiftly and be in touch in due course!
FPR Group are acting as the Recruitment Agency in relation to this role.
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