– Perfect for an Electrical Engineer / Project Engineer / Foreman
– £42k – £46k & bonus (£3k-4k), car, company credit card, BUPA, iPhone & double pension & more
– ANY Yorkshire location
With so many electrical roles around at present – both permanent and contract – what would make this opportunity stand out? Well, this represents a truly unique opportunity to come in to a company where they are looking for far from the finished article – they are looking for a qualified, hungry electrical professional who is looking to develop their career to the “next level”.
We have a track record of placing people in this company over the last 11 years all across the UK and – massively uncommon in 2021 – every single person (that’s 15!) are still there with 7 of these being promoted in to more senior roles. That alone tells its own story. It offers you the opportunity to be trained up on massively unique equipment (things you will not have come across before) which will undoubtedly further your career.
So whether you are an established Project Engineer, or an Electrical Engineer / Foreman looking to progress your career in to projects, we would love to talk to you.
We have worked with some of the major electrical players in the world over the years, these are organisation the one that I have the most interest in from candidates historically. A multinational company who are present in every continent apart from Antarctica, but who are organically growing in the UK so as the feeling of a growing SME (expanded by 25% in the last 4 years) in the UK which gives it a unique feel.
They manufacture their own electrical equipment which is provided in to numerous sectors across the world and have to train new staff up around such equipment – complex stuff and things that will be completely new to your skill set.
The role itself:
So what is the actual role itself? Well, this company have a team of Project Engineers across the UK and are now looking for someone who can run and manage projects in the North. This is in the healthcare & medical sector, but we are open to sector really.
You will be trained up on all their equipment, with you usually working with directors of client companies and looking to build relationships. The role is also home based and you plan and manage your own days – so some real autonomy – with you being on site where needed.
Traditionally, we usually look to place electrical professionals who are looking to develop their skillset on bigger, more complex equipment or for people who have hit a “glass ceiling” where they are.
You must be able to read electrical diagrams and have ran projects in some capacity, but the reality is the equipment will be new and we want someone who wants to learn and develop their career.
If this seems like an opportunity that appeals, send your CV through and I will be more than happy to go through this in more detail…