At Bott Ltd, we are continuing to invest and have an excellent opportunity for an Electrical Trainee to join our well-established team based at our site in Cumbernauld, Scotland.
The Bott Group is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of workshop equipment, in-vehicle, and workplace systems. With production facilities in Germany, the UK, and Hungary and with partners across the globe, Bott has an established worldwide service network. From design and manufacture to supply and installation, Bott has a strong reputation for high product quality, service, and value for money.
Our ideal candidate would be self-motivated, hardworking, personable, and have the desire to join a skilled and motivated team. In return we can offer a great working environment where you will make a real difference, a competitive salary, company profit-share scheme, company pension (service related), company uniform, Techscheme, Cyclescheme and 34 days holiday (inclusive of bank holidays).
As an Electrical Trainee, you will be trained to install and commission 12V, 110V, and 230V in-vehicle equipment systems, and other associated ancillary equipment. In this role, you will gain a wide range of electrical experience by working on trade, fleet, and specialist vehicle conversions.
At Bott we are a NICEIC approved contractor and as such we are committed to providing fully funded training in line with industry standards, covering qualifications such as IMI Level 2 Award in Electric / Hybrid Vehicle Routine Maintenance Activities, 18th Edition, and Inspection and Testing.
The successful Electrical Trainee will:
Bott Ltd are totally committed to an equal opportunities culture across all of our company sites and roles.
This means we promote diversity and value everyone's differences, and we treat all people equally or similarly and they will not be disadvantaged by prejudices or bias. Therefore, our recruitment process means the best person for a job or a promotion is the person who earns that position based on qualifications, skillset, experience and knowledge.
Hours of work: 37 hrs per week ( Mon – Thurs, 08:00 – 16:00, Fri – 08:00 – 15:30)
Closing date for applications will be 7th June 2021 - (No agencies please)