NB4289:Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineer

Salary:             £30,000 – £35,000 (depending on experience)

Location:          West Midlands

Position:          Permanent

An Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Engineer is required to work on a wide variety of equipment including splits, multi splits, VRV / VRF’s and chillers on the Air Conditioning side and from small commercial refrigeration to large cold rooms and freezers on the Refrigeration side. The Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Engineer must be competent working with both refrigeration and air conditioning plant. The Engineer will be involved in a mixture of installations, service, call out and maintenance, should be qualified to NVQ Level 2 or C&G and hold the current 2079 safe handling qualification as a minimum. PASMA, CSCS, SPA, CCNSG, IPAF desirable.

Applications from suitably experienced ex-military personnel are strongly encouraged

Main Duties and Responsibilities:

  • The role will involve a mixture of installations, service, call out and maintenance, however this role will be better suited to a service / call out engineer who has experience fault finding a wide variety of equipment and problems.
  • The Engineer will also be expected to be part of the company call out rota. Call out is separate to the salary and paid in addition depending on hours.
  • The Engineer should have a minimum of 3 years experience in an advanced or lead engineer role. The Engineer should also be qualified to NVQ Level 2 or C&G and also hold the current 2079 safe handling qualification as a minimum. PASMA, CSCS, SPA, CCNSG, IPAF etc all desired but not essential as some in house training will be provided.
  • Engineers with extensive experience over qualification will be considered, however the 2079 safe handling is a must have qualification.

Candidate Requirements:

competent and able to fault find and fully commission the following:

  • Splits / VRV’s / VAV’s and heat recovery units
  • DX Application and air handling units
  • Chiller and chilled water systems
  • Close control systems and humidifiers
  • Power and controls

In addition to this a basic knowledge of wet systems and heating systems would be advantageous but not essential.

Salary:             £30,000 – £35,000 (depending on experience)

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