4 X Supermarket Maintenance Engineers (Refrigeration & M&E) - London & Kent- Up To £40k
My client is a National refrigeration and M&E contractor, looking to add engineers to their team across the South East region. They have recently expanded their contract to provide the service and maintenance solutions for a leading supermarket chain across the UK and Ireland.
Due to this, my client is currently seeking to add 4 day engineers to work on a mobile basis covering South East Including Kent, Surrey, Sussex within covering all supermarkets, convenience stores as well as distribution centres and warehouses ideally 30 minutes travel from each site.
- Basic Salary up to £40,000 for the refrigeration engineer
- Plenty of Overtime with the ability to earn a substantial amount
- 25 Days Holiday
- Fuel Card
- Company Vehicle
- Call out - £100 Per week
Hours - Monday to Friday - 08:00 - 17:00 But can be flexible (if you wanted to start early and get away early this is possible)
You will be required to work 1 weekend in 4, Saturday and Sunday.
- 3 x Refrigeration Engineer - Kent, Surrey, South East London - Up to £40K
- 1 x M&E Engineer - Kent - Up to £32k
The ideal candidate will have worked on supermarket pack type systems before, but if you haven't training is offered. 3 years experience in a similar role is key alongside current F-Gas qualification.
The package offered is up to £40,000 on days + benefits including a company vehicle, phone, tablet, pension and healthcare. You will require a FULL UK DRIVERS LICENCE.
- Nvq Level 2 - Refrigeration and Air conditioning (Minimum)
- Fgas (Essential)
- 17th Edition (Minimum)
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