Commerical Gas Engineer

Recruiter
Murray Recruitment Ltd
Location
Glasgow
Salary
£30000 - £33000/annum
Posted
18 Jun 2017
Closes
18 Jul 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Due to continued growth and success, our client who are a specialist and leading service and maintenance provider serving the industrial market are offering a unique opportunity for an experienced Commercial Gas Engineer to join their expanding team supporting a number of service & maintenance contracts throughout Scotland on a full time permanent basis.

Employed in a field based role, you will be responsible for the modification & upgrade of various types of industrial spray booths including servicing, maintenance, repairs and testing working on various gas and oil fired burners and also control equipment including motors, fans, bearings etc.

Essential requirements:

-ACS Commercial Gas safe registered
-Understanding of package burners i.e. Selectos, Nu-Way, Riello, Hamworthy, Maxon, Midco, Comtherm & GP would be beneficial
-Electrical aptitude
-Good problem solving skills.
-Able to demonstrate a strong focus on customer care with excellent communication skills.
-Full UK Drivers Licence.
-Willing to travel throughout the region if and when required

Additional qualifications such as IPAF, PASMA, etc. are also highly advantageous.

The successful Engineer will have a proven track record of the above requirements (this is essential) and be able to demonstrate a strong focus on customer care, good communication skills, a pro-active attitude and the capability to complete essential paperwork. Experience in anticipating and repairing faults will be required.

With this being such a unique opportunity, our client offers a 12 week comprehensive on the job training programme to the successful applicant to ensure all the latest legislations and regulations are adhered to. The large network of engineers they employ also offers further support ensuring that expertise and knowledge can be easily shared.

Please send your CV and mark FAO Paul