Service Engineer (Leak Detection/ Plumbing)

Luton Bennett Ltd
£24k - 30k per year + Van + Company Uniform + Comp
03 Oct 2017
05 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Service Engineer (Leak Detection/ Plumbing/ Heating)Reading£25,000 to £30,000 per annum + Van + Company Uniform + Company Mobile.Service Engineer required for a niche and very successful leak detection company. You will receive excellent training on thermal imaging and other detection techniques. This is a great opportunity for plumbers to get off the tools and work in a more specialised detection environment.The successful candidate will have experience in a leak detection, plumbing, heating or drainage environment. You will preferably be qualified with an NVQ in plumbing and be mechanically minded. You will be happy to work in a service role, usually covering a patch with a 3 hour drive radius. You will be enthusiastic and logical in your detection skills.Your role will include working in a variety of domestic, commercial and industrial environments using a variety of detection techniques to pinpoint the source of the leak. 90% of your work will be detecting water based leaks. This is a very niche market and so you will be providing a premium level of service to customers. You will be required to fill out detailed reports for each job and send them back to office on the same day.The company are a specialist in their area and provide a premium detection service to their clients. You will initially receive an intensive training before being shadowed by a senior engineer until you are confident enough to work alone. Interviews will be held at company headquarters.The Role:* Accurately locating hidden leaks.* Creating an in depth survey and report of the visit.* Customer facing role.* Covering a local patch - very occasional stay away may be required.The Person:* Experience in a leak detection, plumbing or drainage environment.* Mechanically minded.* NVQ in plumbing beneficial.* Logical with keen observation skills.* Full UK Driving Licence.
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