Competitive salary plus benefit package
Are you interested in joining a well-established, fast-growing company that encourages continued development, fosters teamwork and rewards a great attitude? Then Arcus is the right company for you.
Arcus is a growing group of Facilities Management companies who are very proud to have recently secured an industry leading 10 year contract with Sainsbury's . We deliver proactive FM services to our customers, delivering the right service, at the right time and the right cost, through our core values - Do it SIMPLY , Do it WELL , Do it with PASSION which underpin everything we do.
We have a great opportunity for a Refrigeration Maintenance Engineer to join our ever growing Arcus family. The purpose of the role will be to carry out planned and reactive refrigeration maintenance tasks safely, and to the highest standard. You will proactively diagnose and identify faults and failures with equipment and pack systems to provide effective solutions. Together with the rest of our field team you'll be responsible for helping our customer ensure their stores are trading to full capacity.
For this role you must have solid supermarket pack experience and a C&G 2079 F-Gas qualification. Commercial CO2 experience would also be highly preferable. As this is a field-based position you will also need to hold a full UK driving licence. You would also be able to work unsupervised in a pressurised environment dealing with store teams and members of the public.
In addition to a competitive salary, we offer:
- Will be paid door to door for every business journey
- 33 days holiday
- Private van usage
- Learning and development programmes
- Company sponsored formal qualification scheme
- Contributory pension scheme
- Discretionary bonus scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Eye care vouchers
- Life Assurance
- Discounted gym membership
So, if you're passionate about what you do and want to join a growing business that cares about you and your future development - come and join us on our mission to become a great FM busines.