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Air Conditioning Contract Manager

Air Conditioning Contract Manager

Posted 5 June by Search
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Air Conditioning Contract Manager

Are you an Air Conditioning Contracts Manager looking for to further develop your career and the opportunity to join a well-established HVAC company that can offer first year earnings over £60,000?

Our client has well over 15 years of experience within the industry and is one of the South's most respected and profitable companies. Additionally they can boast some of the area's most prestigious and long-standing commercial contracts as well as a dedicated contracts team continuously winning new business allowing for Contracts Managers to earn well over £60,000 within their first year through the companies bonus scheme.

You will be required to manage pre-planned maintenance contracts, survey and quote projects as well as oversee the completion of installation projects ranging from £10,000-£1,000,000 within commercial and high-end residential properties across the Southeast.You will also be tasked with liaising with the companies Engineers as well as additional sub-contractors on site.

* £45,000-£46,000
* Bonus Schemes (Estimated £10k-£15k)
* Company Vehicle
* Hybrid Role
* Additional Training
* 28 Days Holiday Including Bank Holidays
* Varied Progression Routes

Search is an equal opportunities recruiter and we welcome applications from all suitably skilled or qualified applicants, regardless of their race, sex, disability, religion/beliefs, sexual orientation or age.

Required skills

  • Air Conditioning
  • Commercial
  • Contract Management
  • Domestic
  • VRF
  • Splits
  • Maintenance Contracts
  • VRV
  • Hybrid
  • Bonus Schemes
  • Local Contracts
  • Install Projects
  • Additional Training.

Reference: 52805848

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