Salary£36000.00 - £40000 per annum
Domestic Gas Engineer
Up to £40k
My client who is a market leader in M&E Installations across the South Coast are looking to recruit a Domestic Gas Engineer who would like to continue their career to work with Commercial Gas.
This opportunity would give you the opportunity to gain accreditation in gas engineering courses, such as:
The ideal candidate would already be a qualified Domestic Gas Engineer with:
- CCN1 - Core domestic national gas safety
- CEN1 - Domestic central heating boilers
- CIGA1 - Indirect fired heating appliances
The works will include:
- Service and Maintenance (no installs)
Up to £40k base salary
Door to Door
Out of hours call outs
20 days holiday (increasing by 1 day per completed year of service to a maximum of 25 days) plus bank holidays.
Employee assistance program.
Private medical insurance.
Cycle to work scheme.
For more information please call David Bates @ ASRM pon 07551151771
This vacancy is being advertised by either Advanced Resource Managers Limited, Advanced Resource Managers IT Limited or Advanced Resource Managers Engineering Limited ("ARM"). ARM is a specialist talent acquisition and management consultancy. We provide technical contingency recruitment and a portfolio of more complex resource solutions. Our specialist recruitment divisions cover the entire technical arena, including some of the most economically and strategically important industries in the UK and the world today. We will never send your CV without your permission.
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