Refrigeration Service Engineer

Temp-Team Ltd.
South Shields
19 Mar 2017
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a fully qualified AC Refrigeration Engineer with a good working knowledge of a range of AC refrigeration plant and associated systems? Are you seeking a new role which will challenge your technical ability and give you the opportunity to develop your skills? If so, then this could be the opportunity you've been looking for.

Our client is a well-known and established local business which provides a full range of building services electrical projects through to HVAC commissioning and maintenance. They have a number of business units across the group however their current requirement is within their refrigeration servicing division where they are looking to recruit a fully qualified refrigeration service engineer.

As a refrigeration service engineer you will be responsible for providing planned and reactive maintenance on a wide range of light commercial refrigeration plant and associated systems. These will include bottle coolers, cold rooms, walk-in fridges, walk-in freezers and commercial refrigeration units. You will be highly client facing and be required to work closely with small to medium sized local and regional businesses so experience in a similar role would be a strong advantage.

To be fully successful in your role of refrigeration service engineer you will hold a current F-Gas certificate, a full UK driving license and have a high level of exposure within providing PPM and reactive maintenance on light commercial refrigeration plant.

This is a challenging role which would suit an experienced engineer however our client is highly focussed on finding the right person for their business. They will consider any fully qualified candidate with the drive and motivation to develop and expand their skillset as they like to offer training and development to all of their engineers.

If this sounds like you, or someone you know, please contact Leon Coates on or for a confidential conversation about the role and how best to proceed with an application.