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Service and Maintenance Engineer

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Service and Maintenance Engineer


£36,000-£38,000 + Vehicle + Fuel Miles + Progression + Great Pension + Bonus + Phone + Laptop + 25 Days Holiday

Are you looking to work for a company which can provide you with long-term job security, progression into more senior positions and the chance to earn a bonus?

Do you have experience within a service or maintenance role, have your 2079 F-Gas qualification and have experience working with chillers?

This company are an international utility provider and are also at the forefront of building innovative energy products for their customers. As a result of continued success and an ongoing programme of growth, they are now looking to recruit an experienced Service and Maintenance engineer to join their already highly professional team.

In this role you will cover the Suffolk and Norfolk area carrying out planned preventative maintenance and breakdown repairs on chillers, valves and air and ground source heat pumps.

The ideal candidate will be have experience in a service or maintenance role and have their C&G 2079 F Gas qualification. They will also have experience working with chillers and ideally have an NVQ level 2 in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning or equivalent. This is a field based role so a driving license is a necessity.

This is a great role for an engineer to join a leading company where you will be a vital cog in the wheel and be given the opportunity to progress both your skills and career.

The role:

* Service and maintenance of chillers, valves and heat pumps
* Covering the Suffolk and Norfolk area
* Training and progression available
* Vehicle and fuel provided
* Bonus and great pension

The person:

* Experience in a service and maintenance role.
* C&G 2079 F-Gas qualification
* Experience working on chillers, valves or air and ground source heat pumps
* Driver's license

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.