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Static Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineer

Little London, UK
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16 Jan 2021

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Static Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Engineer

City of London - £42,000

Tired of driving around London?

Feel your current company are not going anywhere?

Want to join a rapidly expanding, ambitious maintenance company?

This is the opportunity for you......

A highly reputable maintenance company are seeking a resident A/C Engineer with an extensive working knowledge of Split A/C and VRV & VRF systems to work on a very prestigious site in the City of London. The company in question have expanded massively over the last couple of years and are certainly becoming one of the most reputable Building Services Company's within the commercial maintenance industry.

Due to a newly won contract, they are currently in need of an experienced A/C Engineer, who has a vast experience of maintenance and repairs to the full range of specialist systems, including split and multi split A/C units, packaged units, 1st line chiller repairs and commercial refrigeration equipment from all the major manufacturers including Dakin & Mitsubishi. The site is based in the Cannon Street area, and the successful engineer will be responsible for the planned and reactive maintenance to all specialist equipment and therefore should have a proven track record and relevant City & Guilds Refrigeration and Air Conditioning qualifications. You must also have current F-Gas accreditation.

This is an excellent opportunity for the successful A/C Chiller Engineer to represent an HVAC maintenance company with a respectable name in the industry. This great opportunity has the following benefits:

Basic Salary £42,000

Monday to Friday 8-5

Good Overtime opportunities

25 days Holidays + Bank Holidays

Pension Scheme

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