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CBHH

EF Member
Hi all!

I am new to this forum and have signed up because I am looking for 10 handymen/electricians in the area of London. The job is fairly simple. Our client has installed hundreds of small cell boxes throughout the city of London (from North to South, East to West) and I am looking for freelancers who can help with the commissioning.

You basically only need to go out to the location, connect your laptop to the box via Bluetooth and set it up (we have developed a step for step guide). This will take about 1,5-2h max and you can do several boxes a day if you like. We will pay you about 150 GBP per box.

Requirements:
+ Have a UK/EU Passport or UK work permit
+ UTR Certificate (we are looking for individual freelancers, not companies)
+ A laptop and android phone (Samsung, Huwai, One Plus etc.)
+ Sign an NDA as this is a pilot project
+ Do 1,5h of online training on our platform (one time, as soon as you have done this you will NOT have to do it again if you decide to install more boxes)

We are only looking for people in the London area at the moment! Let me know if you are interested!
Best,
Tom
 

DAvid Prosser

Electrician's Arms
So all you want is my passport details, tax number and to spend an hour or so on your web site !! I appreciate you may need some confidentiality but it does sound a bit dodgy.
 

haptism

Regular EF Member
Whats a UTR certificate ? would help if you got your your facts right.
Do you want a handyman or an electrician cause they two different things.
 

CBHH

EF Member
Hi Guys,

1. No, you will not need to pay for the training (you actually get paid to do the training)
2. Like with every freelancer job, we need to make sure that you are allowed to work in the UK hence we need documentation (passport, work permit, Tax number)
3. If you would like to apply to this project, please send me an email to (contact for email details)
4.We are German company that was basically hired to find freelancers for our client. You can check out our website
5. No this is not a scam where we ask you to transfer some money to a Nigerian Prince!
 
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CBHH

EF Member
So all you want is my passport details, tax number and to spend an hour or so on your web site !! I appreciate you may need some confidentiality but it does sound a bit dodgy.
Looking at the post now, I can see where you are coming from. For the people who are interested, please send me an email to

The company who you will be working for is one of the biggest Telco companies in the world and you will have direct contact with their London office who will handle everything from onboarding to payment.
 
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CBHH

EF Member
Whats a UTR certificate ? would help if you got your your facts right.
Do you want a handyman or an electrician cause they two different things.
It doesn't really matter if you are an electrician or a handyman. As long as you can use a laptop and understand how to connect it to a small cell box via Bluetooth you are good to go. The initial online training that you will receive will also clear any doubts.
 

static zap

Regular EF Member
Any Ladder work , Microwave dishes ?
( only small fry aspect does sound like a " OK lads now say nowt" )
..Will any De-comissioning become your responsibility ?
 

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