Electrical Test and Inspection Engineer – McIntyre Compliance Services
With a golden handshake of £500*, you could earn up to £60,000 per annum (base salary plus overtime and bonuses). You will also be provided with a vehicle, uniform, test equipment, laptop, mobile phone plus other benefits.
MCS is a leading national supplier of electrical, fire safety and security services for the Social Housing sector. The business has won a number of new contracts and is looking for experienced electricians to carry electrical testing, inspection and repairs across social housing.
Your tasks and responsibilities
- Carry out EICRs and thermal imaging (on some contracts)
- Complete all relevant reports and certification associated with inspection and testing
- Conduct remedial works as part of the inspection where appropriate
The ideal candidate for an Electrical Test and Inspection Engineer at MCS will have:
- Work a minimum of 40 hours per week, Monday to Friday (8.00am-5.00pm) with the opportunity to work after 5.00pm and at the weekends
- Up-to-date qualifications with current standard BS7671
- 18th Edition
- City and Guilds level 2 & 3 Electrical Installations
- City & Guilds 2391
- Previous electrical experience, lighting and wiring
- An understanding of Health and Safety Regulations within the workplace
- A full UK driving licence
- A good level of IT literacy
In return for your commitment and expertise, you will be offered:
- A base salary of £33,500 – £36,000 per annum (depending on experience) with opportunity to earn up to £60,000 per annum in overtime and bonuses.
- Paid travel time (if commute is over 30 minutes from your home each way)
- A company vehicle
- Company pension scheme
- 30-day holiday allowance (including 8 bank holidays)
- A 24-hour wellbeing helpline
- Death in service
- Ongoing career development opportunities
To be considered for this position, or to find out further details, please email your CV to Recruitment@mcintyrecs.com and a member of the team will be in touch with you.
*Paid within the first full month of employment with MCS.
Due to work being carried out in homes MCS will need to complete a number of background checks on successful applicants (such as a five-year referencing history and a DBS check). If you are required to carry out work in care homes, current regulations require engineers to have had two COVID vaccinations and to show a COVID passport.