Gas Engineer MEAR62306
£32,500 (possible OTE of £45,000)
Here at Mears Group our vision is to make a positive difference to the communities we serve.
We do this by improving homes, improving communities and improving lives and our approach is based on the development of outstanding partnerships with employees, clients, tenants, customers, their families and the wider community.
With staff of all ages and walks of life, a job with Mears has a rewarding impact on the lives of others and your own life. With offices across the UK, a job at Mears could be just around the corner.
We currently have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Gas Engineer to join our team based in Cottenham, Cambridge.
Within this role, you will be responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing central heating boilers and other heat producing appliances as well as the maintenance/repair work of ancillary equipment such as pumps, tanks, valves and water pipework.
You will undertake programmed, maintenance and servicing within domestic premises in conjunction with the provision of accurate records, relating to the work which has been completed.
In addition, you will erect, use and dismantle access equipment and must be prepared to act as a coach to trainees within our organisation, encouraging a positive learning environment along with obtaining (where requested) customer feedback on the completion of works. As Gas Engineer, you also have a key Health & Safety responsibility making sure all requirements are met whilst assisting with regular Health and Safety Inspections in their own workplace.
In order to be successful in this role, you should be qualified to City and Guilds/Gas Service Engineer standard and will hold an appropriate ACS certification. Candidates for this position must possess previous experience of breakdowns along with a working knowledge of installing and maintaining gas appliances.
With the ability to demonstrate a thorough working knowledge of the safety procedures required to carry out the work, you should also have the ability to understand and interpret work instructions, drawings and work in line with our current standards. You must be able to trace, diagnose and rectify faults whilst establishing and maintaining customer/client relationships coupled with excellent communication skills.
Please refer to the full job description upon applying
Candidates for this role must hold a full valid UK Driving Licence
Once you join the family, you'll have online access to a range of voluntary and flexible benefits, including...
- Training and development
- Mears Advantage - Allowing you to save money on everything from weekly groceries, to your annual family holiday
- Mears Assist - A confidential hotline open to all colleagues, providing support on a wide range of personal and work-related issues.
- Long service and additional holiday leave - Colleagues who stay for a period of time at Mears are rewarded for their service.
- Seeing first-hand the impact you have on the lives of the people you support
Mears Group PLC and its subsidiaries are Equal Opportunities Employers
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