Comms Operative

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Location: London, Greater London, England
Salary: £240 per day
Job Type: Temporary / Contract
Date Posted: 23 May 2018
Recruiter: Resourcing Solutions

Seeking Comms Technicians/Operatives for a long term contract on a major railway infrastructure project covering Central London sites.

You will work closely assisting Test & Commissioning Engineers covering telecommunications equipment including CCTV, PA, and Speaker experience.

Basic Knowledge and competence of PAVA Testing in Rail Environment
Basic Knowledge of CCTV Testing in Rail Environment
Execute defined Test Scripts
DOO  CCTV Testing experience
Experience setting up equipment on a construction site
Support T&C engineer in all aspects of his job
Knowledge of CCTV Test target placement (rotakin)

Tickets required;


PTS preferable but not essential.

Rate £240.00 a shift. You must be able to work on days to be considered, likely to be weekends and night work as the project progresses.

All shifts will be full shifts no engineering hours.

Long term Contract expected duration until August 2018 potential to extend further.

To apply please contact Levina Smith on 01189241642/ Or apply online.

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