£33k - 36k per year + vehicle + benefits
about 2 years ago
May 1st 2019
Are you a mechanical maintenance engineer who has been looking for that opportunity build on your skills an crack into the gas side of maintenance? Currently with a company that keeps promising such things but them never coming to fruition?
Does the idea of covering a smaller patch sound like the dream?
We are working exclusively with an M&E Contractor who is offering just that:
What’s on offer?
- A salary of £33-36k
- You will only be giving 30 minutes or your own time each way
- A call out rota of 1-7 and with you only being the 2nd engineer on every other call out this means even more free time for you
- Genuine opportunities for training and progression – the company will happily pay for you to train in other areas and promote internally – all the contracts managers there started off on the tools, with more currently being progressed into supervisory positions
- Monday to Friday, 8-5, stable hours
- Various discounts and offers through a company scheme
You’ll be working on a mixture commercial sites, with no domestic work or retail sites. You’ll be doing PPMs and reactive mechanical maintenance within plant rooms and on mechanical plant, with some work on commercial boilers too.
Your jobs will be sent to you via a new CAFM system and you'll travel to site to carry them out as you get them. There's going to be little need to fill out timesheets etc, as the new CAFM system will manage all that including your overtime etc. for you!
What will you need?
- Experience working as a mechanical maintenance engineer or commercial gas engineer
- A minimum of NVQ Level 2 in plumbing or a mechanical discipline, ideally with domestic and commercial gas tickets, but if you don’t have gas, this is something the company is happy to put you through – saving you thousands of pounds if this is something you have considered doing yourself
- Experience of mechanical maintenance within commercial settings – you’ll need to know your way around a plant room
- The role will involve some work in schools so you’ll need to do an enhanced DBS check upon starting the role
- Full manual driving license – up to 6 points is fine
- Your own hand tools – all other tools will be supplied
- You must be based within 30 minutes of Cambridge due to SLA’s in place
What to do next:
Interviews are taking place on Friday 5th April, with a telephone interview prior to that date. To secure your slot you’ll need to send your CV with full details of work history and qualification to us, if you’re a good fit we will give you a call to discuss the role further and progress your application to the next stage. Apply by Friday 29th March to make sure you don’t miss out!!