Job Title - Auto Electrician
Salary - £33,000 £38,000 per annum
Hours - Early Shift, Monday to Friday
Location - Taunton
I am currently working with a nationwide Bus operator in the Taunton area who are now looking to expand their team with the addition of a qualified Auto Electrician.
Applicants must have served a recognised apprenticeship as an Auto Electrician and have experience of working in the bus, train or commercial vehicle sector with 24 Volt vehicles.
Our Auto Electrician will have to be able to cope with the day-to-day pressures that a normal vehicle workshop brings. Experience with electrical fault finding, electrical repairs and diagnostic equipment is essential. The successful candidate will also need to have some mechanical experience.
Possession of a full UK Driving licence is required and holding a Commercial Licence would be an advantage, however driver training can be provided to the successful Auto Electrician.
How to Apply for this Auto Electrician role: Please get in touch with Melissa Dickinson on 077*******1 for more information and to apply *******@holtrecruitment.com
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