NZ Registered Electrician

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NZ Registered Electrician

Our Client is one of Wellington's leading Building Services companies that delivers a range of services to numerous commercial sites throughout the lower North Island.

They are currently seeking the expertise of a Registered Electrician to join their service team to diagnose, repair and maintain electrical units and systems. Previous experience in a similar role and environment is essential.

  • Great hourly rate
  • Join a supportive working environment which fosters high performance and teamwork
  • Regular lunch shouts, Health and Safety meetings and open communication pathways

Ideally, we are looking for a candidate who is:

  • A Qualified and Registered Electrician, preferably with work history servicing the commercial sector.
  • A natural communicator who has the demeanour to be a positive ambassador for the company and deliver a customer service second to none
  • A constant performer who has the highest regard for health and safety and who is consistently adherent to Health and Safety Policies and Practices in the work place

As some of the sites that are required to be serviced are situated in high security environments, the successful candidate must have a clean criminal history and will be required to undergo pre-employment drug screening. A full class 1 drivers licence is also required.

If you are NZ Registered and Licensed, looking for a fantastic environment to work in, you should seriously consider this role.

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According to E3 Recruit Limited recruitment procedures, successful applicants will be required to undergo a variety of screening processes including drug screening and Ministry of Justice checks.
Applicants for this position should have NZ residency or a valid NZ work visa.

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