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BT Telephony Site Engineer
Title: BT Telephony Site Engineer
Category: Engineering
Job type: Contract
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £9.00 - £11.00
Salary per: hour
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BT / Site Project Implementation Experience

BT Telephony Site Engineer, is required for an initial 3 month contract, based in London paying from £9 - £11 / hour (Limited / Umbrella Company).

BT Telephony Site Engineer

Based in London

Start ASAP

Initial 3 month + contract

£9 - £11 / hour (Limited / Umbrella Company)

Full Site Training Given

Working for a railway engineering consultancy on a project to upgrade the Oyster Card system across London. The Site Engineer will be given full training to be able to oversee installations & modifications of BT cabinets / boxes and liaise with external suppliers, so excellent communication skills are required.

Required Skills:

- Ideally previous BT telephony & site implementation / project experinece

- Excellent communication skills

- Strong attention to detail

- Ability to travel London wide

This position would suit a Site Engineer / Ground Worker / Maintenance Engineer, who ideally has good experience of helping to support BT site implementations

This BT Telephony Site Engineer position is looking to start ASAP, will be based in London, paying from £9 - £11 / hour (depending upon background and experience) - Limited / Umbrella Company

If you are interested in applying for this position then please forward your CV to bob . bath @ mexasolutions . com

To be considered for this role, you must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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