Electrical Fitter

Due to an increase in workload, we are recruiting 4 Electrical Fitters for my client based in Shipley. These roles are all 6 month contracts.

The annual salary will be £27700 the hours are 37.5 per week, bonus on a pro rata basis which has paid out up to £2200 for the past number of years, Westfield Health Care and Pension.

The hours of work are 7:30 – 4:15 Mon to Thurs and 1 pm finish on Fridays.

The Duties for the Electrical Fitter role are as follows:

  • To work within the company’s Health and safety policies and procedures.
  • Electrical assembly and testing of can making equipment to meet customer requirements.
  • Delegation and support of non-complex tasks to semi-skilled team mates
  • Ensure all documentation is up to date and legible
  • Ensure workplace standards are adhered to
  • Carry out Operator Asset Care tasks
  • Adhere to company Health and safety policy and procedures.
  • Report any hazards that may cause harm to yourself or a colleague
  • Keep work area to 6’s standards and audit work areas when required.
  • Carry out any cleaning pit-stops at the proposed time efficiently and effectively
  • Escalate any parts, drawing, routings and machine Faults
  • Participate in investigations to determine non-conformance (5Y/8D)
  • Document any data relevant to associated tasks
  • Ensure that Stock control procedures are adhered to at all times
  • Participate in any continuous improvement initiatives and provide constructive feedback to the improvement team
  • Be flexible and move to other areas you are trained as and when the business needs dictate.
  • Communicate with operators from other shifts and carry out effective end of shift handovers
  • Provide on-the-job training to apprentices and new employees
  • To have a can do attitude and embrace change with in the business


  • Working with complex schematic diagrams
  • Control panel assembly and connection
  • Low voltage electrical control systems and supplies
  • Electrical safe systems of work and test procedures
  • Quality systems and procedures.
  • Math, Problem solving, electrical and technical skills
  • Excellent attention to detail
  • Basic Lean principles


  • Minimum of two years’ experience in the electrical assembly and testing of OEM (original equipment manufacturer) machinery
  • Combined education and on-the-job training within an engineering background.

If you are interested in this role, please apply now.