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Senior Building Services Technician (Electrician)

  • Location: Cambridge
  • Salary: £27000 - £31500 per annum
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted 12 days ago

  • Sector: Engineering
  • Contact: Clare Bird
  • Contact Email: c.bird@select.co.uk
  • Contact Phone: 03301 743818
  • Job Ref: SF52646
Do you have an eye for electrical detail for some of the best tech available on the market? Do you feel comfortable quickly solving people’s electrical needs and problems across a wide range of potential issues. Our client is looking for a Senior Building Services Electrician Technician to join their supportive and highly skilled team.
You’ll be facilitating teams of technicians alongside a tightly knit team of other professionals handling a range of different estates issues. You’ll be working both reactively and proactively, responding to faults while also carrying our preventive maintenance to ensure the buildings are in the best shape possible.
Working for one of the most respect institutions in the world, you’ll be supporting some of the greatest STEM minds alive, so your work will directly result in positive change in both science and the world. You’ll be ensuring you carry out checks and ensure that all electrics work, you’ll also be ensuring your team feels supported and know how everything works.
To succeed in this role you will:
  • Use your experience as an electrician to run PAT tests and fix electrical faults.
  • Be comfortable maintaining laboratory equipment.
  • Be willing to deal with both major and minor works and installations.
You’ll be working with some of the best equipment available, as per our client’s status as one of the best in their sector. With a competitive renumeration of £27,000-£31,500, there are also many benefits to working within our client, such as experiencing the cutting edge of STEM research.
If you have a passion to support people with your exceptional people skills and technical knowledge in electrics, contact Clare bird at Select Recruitment by clicking apply now.