Plumbing & Heating Engineer Job In Maidenhead, Royal Borough Of Windsor And Maidenhead

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #794887907
43000 £
Plumbing & Heating Engineer Job In Maidenhead, Royal Borough Of Windsor And Maidenhead
United Kingdom, Berkshire, Maidenhead,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Plumbing & heating engineer
Min. Salary: 30000.00

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Heating Engineer - Immediate Opportunity!
Location - Berkshire / Oxfordshire
Hours - 8am-5pm Monday to Friday
Salary - Basic salary: £34,000 to £40,000 plus commission & benefits
Our client is a high successful and expanding business who are looking for a brilliant Gas Safe qualified Engineer to become a part of their business on a full-time basis.
They pay an annual salary with set hours so you know what you will take home each month.
Our client are an ambitious plumbing and heating business based in Henley on Thames. Due to expansion they are looking to recruit an experienced Heating Engineer to work on the, repair, servicing, testing, installation and diagnostics of heating systems and boiler faults.
You must have an excellent understanding of heating installations and be confident in all aspects of the above as well as general plumbing work.
General Duties:
You will be carrying out domestic heating repairs, diagnostics, servicing and installations in prime residential premises dealing with respected customers that have been recommended to us or using us after a great prior experience.
This is quality work for high calibre trades persons.
Their work is based within the Berkshire and Oxfordshire area.
Some plumbing work will also be required.
* Fully qualified Heating Engineer.
* Relevant trade qualifications.
* Equivalent of four years relevant work experience.
* Experience working within high end private domestic dwellings
* Maintenance/Repair/Fault Finding Experience
* Breakdown Experience is Essential.
* Full Boiler Installations.
* Experience Surveying & Pricing work.
* Must be a competent Plumber.
* Must work on a range of boilers.
* Motivated working with excellent customer service skills
Salary & Benefits:
* Basic salary: £34,000 to £40,000
* Commission: 3% of turnover, paid on a ¼ basis
* Company van with fuel card
* Pension scheme
* Uniform provided
* 20 days holiday plus Bank Holidays
* Working hours 8am-5pm Monday to Friday
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    Registered on October 7, 2017


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