Air Conditioning Engineer (to progress into Chiller Engineer!)

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Air Conditioning Engineer - (progressing into a Chiller Engineer!) London & Home Counties - £36000 + Paid Travel (OTE:- £47,000) A leading Air Conditioning and Chiller manufacturer are currently looking to add a Mobile A/C Engineer to their work force, covering London and the South East, although predominantly within the M25. The successful engineer will ideally be considered an 'all rounder' with experience working on systems such as VRV, VRF, Multi Split, (ideally from a range of different manufacturers), across a range of environments with cooling required for both comfort and critical. Any chiller experience would be considered a significant bonus. You will have a background consisting of service and maintenance works, including both pre planned and reactive, from basic maintenance such as filter and oil changes to major repairs including compressor and fan motor replacement. Fault finding skills, both mechanical and electrical, are an absolute necessity. You will ideally have completed an apprenticeship/training programme, having gained a minimum of C&G Level 2 + F-Gas 2079 or J11 (or of course time served). Any other qualifications, particularly electrical, are advantageous, although not a necessity. There is a fantastic career path on offer, with the potential to gain further exposure to chillers and later progress into a purely chiller based role if desired. The manufacturer have a fantastic reputation from promoting from within and developing 'their own'. The company in question specialise within Turbocor compressor training, with a real scope for growth. On offer is a fantastic package and salary, unlimited O/T opportunities, fully expensed vehicle, specialist inhouse training school, for further development and progression. About Your Recruiter.. I entered the industry in the early 2000's joining Daikin Applied (then McQuay) as an apprentice upon leaving school before progressing into a senior engineering position within the industry. In 2013, I made the crazy decision to recruit for the industry, working with both leading manufacturers and specialist service providers. I know good candidates deserve great roles, and more importantly I realise the value employers place in their staff whilst out there representing their company. I aim to introduce key talent to the Air Con world