Heating Engineer

Expires on 06/13/2024

  • £37,000 & company van
  • Midlands
  • Permanent
  • Liam Roberts

We are currently working with a well-established company who are looking for a Heating Engineer to perform planned and reactive maintenance across a large single site within Nottingham.

Our client is a business that offers continuous support and invests a huge amount in their staff and retention. They have grown due to their diverse approach and exhibit strong company values.

Role

  • As a Heating Engineer, you will perform planned preventive maintenance as well as reactive maintenance.
  • As a Heating Engineer, you will perform mechanical maintenance across many aspects on-site including combi boilers, pipework, taps, toilets, heating systems and plant rooms.
  • You will also perform small installations across the site.
  • Part of your role will involve assisting in project planning, estimation, and stock control of critical electrical /mechanical / building fabric spares.
  • As a Heating Engineer, you will ensure all work completed is compliant and in line with health and safety regulations.
  • You will also ensure that you offer great customer service.

Duties

  • You must hold relevant qualifications within mechanical engineering installations e.g. City & Guilds level 3 in Plumbing and Heating.
  • Holding a qualification in domestic gas would be an advantage.
  • You must have experience in a similar role performing maintenance across a large estate.
  • Good written and verbal communication is a must.
  • Must hold a full UK driving license.

Our Facilities Management - Engineering Specialist

Liam Roberts

Liam is a recruitment consultant in our Facilities Management team. He started at Mainstay in early 2022 and quickly picked up the industry. He recruits for a variety of roles, from engineers to senior appointments in both the private and public sector.

Contact Liam Roberts for more information about this job.

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