|Job Ref:||204668390||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Buckinghamshire||City:||Buckinghamshire||Address:||Post Code:||HP7||Salary:||£34000 - £36000/annum Vechicle, Fuel Card, Uniform||Post Date:||18/10/2016 14:21|
Mobile Commercial Gas Engineer |
My client is a provider of specialist Mechanical & Electrical Building Services, experts in the provision of tailored and bespoke M&E, HVAC Building Services Maintenance solutions to a varied client portfolio to within the mixed use commercial client properties such as; Corporate, Office accommodation, Retail units and shopping centres along with education facilities such as Schools and colleges.
Due to an increased workload due to new contract wins, a Mobile Commercial Gas Engineer is required to join the facility management division undertaking the planned and reactive breakdown works across the commercial portfolio, with additional works to be touching on small / minor installation works.
You will carry out planned preventative maintenance; servicing, fault finding and reactive/breakdown repair to a range of commercial heating systems i.e. Boilers, gas fired, warm air and radiant tubes, working within a number of client properties to include Office Accommodation, Corporate Buildings, Managing Agent & Health facilities respectively. You may be required to undertake some general plumbing along with any additional facility requirements within the fabric or small mechanical repairs.
Working hours 40 per week Monday to Friday
Essential Candidate Requirements
Valid ACS Commercial Gas qualifications to include: CDGA1, CIGA1, CONDNCO1, CORT1, ICPN1, TPCP1A
Possess a sound knowledge of Commercial Gas Heating systems and associated plant and equipment.
Possess a flexible approach to travel due to the location of client properties in and around the Aylesbury
A valid DBS/CRB would be advantageous
Driving License (Max. 6 Penalty Points)
Prepared to work a call-out rota which is to be discussed at further stages