We are currently looking for a Commercial Gas Engineer to join our client who is a specialist Combustion Services company and has been established for many years.
Basic Salary: to £50,000 – dep on experience plus overtime and on call earnings can be in excess of £60k+
Location: London inside M25
Hours: Monday – Friday 8am-5pm (1 hour for lunch) with occaisional overtime and on call rota of 1 in 12 on average. The company operates a job finish policy so often Engineers who start early can finish early and are not expected to hang around site until 5pm.
We are looking for a Commercial Gas Engineer who has solid Burner/boiler experience - Engineers with typical experience of manufacturers such as Nu-way, Saacke, Weishaupt, Ecoflame, Dunphy, Clyde and Riello etc
As the Commercial Gas Engineer you will be conversant with all aspects of industrial and commercial, gas & oil fired systems, dual fuel and forced draught systems. You will also have strong diagnostic/fault finding and commissioning skills, some knowledge of BMS controls would also be advantageous.
Suitable candidates must have current ACS - CODNCO1/COCN1 Core Commercial along with associated elements, a clean UK driving license preferred, be smart and presentable, customer facing and be willing to succeed.
In return they will offer a very competitive salary package which also includes private health cover, pension, training and a fully expensed Car or Van.
Full package includes:
- Basic Salary to £50k+ depending on experience
- Private health cover
- Death in service of 3 x salary
- 4% company pension scheme
- Call out in 1 in 10/12, when you are called out you will get a minimum 4 hours paid at double time. Standby pay is £80 per week.
- 25 days holiday + 8 bank holidays
- Sick pay
- No trackers in the company vehicles
- Engineers are expected to be on site at 8am, generally meaning a mid afternoon finish.
If you want to work for one of the market leaders in Commercial and Industrial Burner maintenance and can demonstrate the experience and ability then please contact Steve West for more information.
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