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Trainee/Apprentice Electrician

Rayment Recruitment

We are looking to employ a Trainee/Apprentice Electrician with a CSCS Card. As Trainee/Apprentice Electrician you will be required to work away when needed between Monday and Friday, working with a qualified electrician. Work will be based all over the UK

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Helping you find a career as an Electrician

Electricians install and maintain electrical machinery in houses, businesses and beyond. The job involves some level of risk in working with high voltages regularly but the salary of a skilled electrician can often exceed that of other tradesmen. Many electricians enter the trade through an apprenticeship.

If you have a methodical way of working, an eye for detail and an interest in the technical side of electrical equipment then you would suit a role as an electrician.

What does an Electrician do?
  • Check and enforce safety standards

  • Fix wiring and circuitry

  • Maintain electrical machines||list]
  • Install electrical machines and wiring

  • Install lighting and wiring in new houses

  • Build and install control panels
Skills & interests required for an Electrician
  • Practical/Technical skills

  • Safety conscious

  • Problem solving skills

  • Logical mind-set

  • Ability to follow technical drawings and detailed instruction
What hours does an Electrician typically do?
If you’re self-employed, as many electricians are, you may define your own hours but electricians typically work between 30 and 40 hours a week, on weekdays. You may also respond to emergency call outs.
What environment is an Electrician based in?
Your work will take you to construction sites, private houses, businesses and elsewhere, depending on your specialisms.
How much does an Electrician travel?
The armed forces employ electricians and their roles include opportunities to travel the world. Typically though electricians work locally.
How much does an Electrician get paid?
Starting salaries are usually around £18,000 and can grow with experience to as much as £42,000.
What qualifications does an Electrician need?
A level 1 or 2 qualification in electrical installation would be highly beneficial. However, many electricians learn their trade through an apprenticeship.

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