REF: 29152/001
Posted On : 11 Oct 2017

Cable Puller

Note: Hourly rates will vary for payments under PAYE status or via an umbrella company


We have an immediate requirement for Cable Pullers There are up to 6 vacancies in each location, Livingston in Scotland and Hull in Humberside.


You will be required to work on an energy project assisting electricians installing cabling and instrumentation. Previous cable pulling experience, in an industrial environment, is essential.


We can offer 3 to 6 months work, Monday to Friday, at 10 hours per day.


You must hold a valid CSCS operative card.


This is an urgent requirement and we can offer immediate starts pending reference checks.


PPE required is Hard Hat, Hi Vis vest, Eye Protection, Safety Gloves and safety boots as a minimum.


Please contact Scott Buchanan on 020 8522 8820 for more details.

Applicants must be eligible to live and work in the UK to apply for this position and will be required to provide the appropriate original evidence. Throughout the business, CarmichaelUK promotes a culture where diversity is welcomed and celebrated. We place paramount importance on our inclusive recruitment philosophy and will do our very best to support those applicants who may need adjustments in order to take part in the recruitment process. Please do let us know if you require any additional assistance by calling us on 020 8522 8888 and we will be pleased to help where possible. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business. To view similar positions at various locations throughout the UK visit our website.

CarmichaelUK is proud to have been named Best Construction & Engineering Recruitment Agency 2017 at the Recruiter Awards


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