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Gas Engineer (Renewable Heating)

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Gas Engineer (Renewable Heating)


£20'800-£37'440 + Training + Overtime + Pension + Holidays + Company Van + Renewable Energy Industry

Are you a certified gas engineer looking for an opportunity to transition into the Renewable Energy Industry?

Do you want to progress your career and be a part of evolving and exciting projects?

This company provides low energy heating and ventilation solutions across the Southwest, and are unique in how they do it. From consultancy to installations, this company takes a more holistic approach at tackling energy over-consumption and have exciting plans to grow the business.

In this role you will be assisting with the installation of various renewable and alternative heating systems, i.e. air and ground source heat pumps, gas boilers, underfloor heating and unvented hot water systems among others. You will be required to travel across Devon.

The ideal candidate will be gas certified and eager to join the Renewables industry. A variety of skillsets are considered for this role, from an advanced apprentice pursuing their certification, to an experienced renewable heating engineer looking to get straight into the work.

This is a great opportunity for a gas engineer to join a booming sector within a growing and forward-thinking company.

The Role
*Assist with the installation of various Renewable & Alternative Heating solutions
*Industry-specific training provided
*Travel across Devon

The Person
*Gas Safe certified
*NVQ Level 3 Plumbing and Heating Qualification
*Driving License required
*Interest in Green & Alternative Energy

The services of Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd are that of an Employment Agency.

Rise Technical Recruitment Ltd regrets to inform that our client can only accept applications from engineering candidates who have a valid legal permit or right to work in the United Kingdom.

Potential candidates who do not have this right or permit, or are pending an application to obtain this right or permit should not apply.