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Job Description

Working in partnership with our client located in the UK, we are looking for Generator Winders to undertake servicing, repairing and building new parts for large generators ranging from 13MW to 1200MW.


Candidates must:

  • have recognised engineering apprenticeship
  • have experience of working on generator rotors, stators and armature exciters both air cooled and hydrogen cooled machines
  • have experience of electical testing including high voltage, RSO
  • be health and safety conscious
  • be flexible regarding working patterns and be able to work unsupervised
  • have occupational knowledge in English language

Company offers

  • salary £20-25 000 per year
  • full training
  • work Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm
  • 20 standard holiday days per year
  • Satchwell Associates Ltd provides help with finding accommodation and documentation if needed

Additional information

If you are interested in this position send your CV in English language

Foreign country
Job type:
full-time, employee
Expiration date:
16 March 2007
08 February 2007
Gross salary:
From 32000 EEK monthly


Satchwell Associates recognise the absolute need for complete customer retention, through the absolute need for customer satisfaction, for both the Client and Associate. Management and Consultants are salaried, ensuring quality assessment, interview and placement for the associate and permanent candidates that meet all specified criteria for the client. Currently, the Company has a four branch UK network, covering Leicestershire, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire, continually recruiting for Industrial, Warehouse and Distribution, Driving and Commercial market sectors. Through continual high demand, 2005 has seen Satchwell Associates become a truly international Company, with the opening of branches in Poland and Estonia to supply staff to the Eastern European and UK labour markets.