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Discuss ELECTRICIAN required for new build work at Red Lodge and Buntingford. Excellent rates. Price work in the Looking for Commercial Electricians? area at ElectriciansForums.net

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pete1smith

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We are looking for electricians to join our teams at Red Lodge and Buntingford. Must be experienced in new build work - 1st fixing and 2nd fixing, reading from drawings etc. CSCS Card required. Fast moving sites - plenty of work. Electricians on these sites are currently earning between £800 and £1200 per week, depending on work done. If you are able to work at a fast pace, with attention to detail then this is the opportunity for you. Phone Peter on 07966 576 176 for info. Immediate start.
 

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Thanks for posting the job on here. Looks like a good opportunity for the right person.
 

pete1smith

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What needs to be done to earn 1200?
Our electricians regularly earn £1200 - they do various tasks - a couple of 1st fixes, central heatings, different things - every thing is priced individually- we like pricework as it means you are rewarded for working harder. Some people are happy pottering about and obviously they will earn less than someone who is money motivated- we have both types on site!
 

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I have sparks on price work earning roughly the same. Like I said sounds like a good opportunity. I'm going to close the thread and if any one is interested please contact @pete1smith directly.
 
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