Electrical Maintenance Engineer
£46,116 + EAL Level 3 course to gain a mechanical qualification to become fully multi-skilled + £5,000 uplift on salary after 12 months -taking it to – £51,1116
Monday – Friday 3-shift (6am-2pm/2pm-10pm/10pm-6am rotating)
I am recruiting for a globally recognised company who have over 400 employees on site with a maintenance team of 26 heads. They are only recruiting for an electrically biased maintenance engineer due to retirement and their staff retention is one of the best in the area. They have a full order book, thousands of pounds worth of training where you will complete an optional Up-skilling course (EAL level 3 in mechanical) which will also give you an up-lift of £5,000 on your salary taking it to over £50,000 Monday – Friday only. Optional weekend overtime paid at x1.5 on a Saturday and double time on a Sunday, some engineers are clearing £60,000 a year without working Fri/Sat/Sun nights. This really is an incredible opportunity.
This is a rare opportunity where the company will train you to become fully multi-skilled with a paid for course and give you a salary increase of £5,000 once multi-skilled.
Benefits for the maintenance engineer:
- Paid for mechanical Level 3 course
- Increased salary to £51,116 after 1 year
- Earn over £60,000 with overtime (optional)
- Paid for courses such as first aid, confined space, hydraulics course, ladder training and more for the maintenance engineer
- 33 days holiday
- Company pension plan – company put in 4% contribution
- Progression opportunities for senior roles
Experience needed for the maintenance engineer:
- 5 years + working as an electrically biased maintenance engineer or multi-skilled
- Must be time served/apprenticeship served level 3
- Exp. with electrical – sensors, inverters, contactors, relays, PLC’s etc.
- Exp. within fast paced manufacturing or heavy industry
- Any maintenance engineer from a manufacturing background encouraged to apply