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Solar PV electrician (Part P preferred)

Salary: Negotiable
Job Type: Full Time
Location: London, United Kingdom
Posted: 16 May 2011 01:05:07

Our client is looking for a bright, hard-working and experienced solar PV electrician for residential and commercial installations in South England. Our client is an ambitious and funded 'start-up' solar installation company based in South London. Their focus for year 1 and 2 will be solely on residential and commercial solar PV (soon to be solar thermal also) installation. Their remit is to focus on the South East but to expand nationally when the time is right in their growth phase (the role will be based in London but a willingness to travel is therefore beneficial).

For the right candidate, this will be a very exciting opportunity to get involved with the company in its early stages, and grow with them, playing an integral role in their success and to advance within. The suitable candidate will have a real passion for solar technology, combined with a hard-working ethos and a desire to expand on their already developed knowledge base within solar energy and technology. Also, you will be a 'self-starter' that will thrive in the varied and challenging environment of a 'start-up' and will enjoy working in a customer facing environment.

In return, our client will provide you with a varied and challenging career position, the opportunity to play an integral part in the growth of the business and potentially become a major player within the organisation along the way!



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