M&E Engineer

Position Sought M&E Maintenance Engineer
Name BH CAN-53638
Lives in Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
Qualifications Level 3 NVQ 2330/2365/AM2 Electro-Technical Technology – Installation

18th Edition

C&G 2391 Electrical Inspection

City & Guilds F-Gas Cat 1

Previous Employers National FM company

British Army

Refrigeration Manufacturer

Availability 2-4 Weeks
General Notes if Applicable Highly experienced M&E maintenance engineer, with over 10 years of experience


Desired Salary: £35,000+



For more information relating to this CV please contact:


HVAC Recruitment Ltd

01745 77 22 18






  • Engineering and Environmental Health and Safety
  • Engineering Organisational Efficiency and Improvement
  • Advanced Mathematics
  • Electrical and Electronic Principles
  • Measurement Methods and Control Engineering
  • Digital Electronics
  • Level 3 NVQ 2330/2365/AM2 Electro-Technical Technology – Installation
  • 18th Edition BS7671
  • C&G 2391 Electrical Inspection, Testing and Verification
  • C&G L2 F-Gas and ODS Regulations Cat 1 (Full scope)
  • Micro-Generation Scheme – Solar. (NICEIC)
  • IOSH (Managing Safely)
  • IOSH (Working Safely)
  • PTLLS Level 3 (Preparing to teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector
  • Assessing Competence in the Workplace Level 3
  • TAQA Level 4 (Internal Quality Assurance)
  • GCSE grades C in Maths, English, Science and Geography
  • AS course in ICT Serving Organisations
  • Key Skills Level 2 in ICT, Number and Communication
  • Furthers Key Skills Level 2 in Problem Solving, improving own Learning and Working with Others – Personal Skills Certificate




  • I am a motivated, hard-working, keen individual that is confident working both in a team and as an individual. I have always maintained excellent punctuality and kept of professional appearance; a behavior carried on from my time in the British Army. I can adapt well to suit my environment when required and can be an effective problem solver, while maintaining excellent communication with those around me




  • Entered the top 15% of the Army when I joined the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Successfully completed my NVQ 3 Electro-Technical Apprenticeship (Electrical Installations)
  • Achieved a 97.7% pass score when completing the C&G 2391 Electrical Inspection, Testing and Verification
  • BS7671 18th Edition Electrician
  • C&G L2 F-Gas and ODS Regulations Cat 1 (Full scope)
  • NICEIC Micro-generation Certification Scheme (Solar PV)
  • IOSH (Managing Safely)
  • Lead IQA in Construction (Internal Quality Assurance)
  • PASMA and IPAF qualified



Employment History:


National FM Company

May 2017 – Present


June 2019 – Present


  • After waiting for a position to become available on the Small Works Team within the business I was successful at the first opportunity and now able to focus solely on Electrical works. A large part of my role involves completing periodic inspections of commercial high-street properties such as The Range, Zizzi and Pizza Express for example. Part of this process includes completing all certification to an acceptable standard, submitting detailed quotes and the completion of remedial works that are required to ensure buildings are compliant. This involves working both in and out of hours to suit the customers’ requirements. Other tasks include the installation/repair of emergency lighting and the addition of new electrical circuits to existing installations. I have experience completing periodic, minor works and new installation certification


                                                                        Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer

                                                                        (Electrical & FGAS / HVAC)

May 2017 – June 2019


My role involves planned and reactive maintenance covering elements of Electrical, Plumbing, Refrigeration / Air Con and Woodwork, including repair and new installations


My duties also include the following:

  • Fire Alarm Testing / Maintenance
  • Emergency Light Testing / Maintenance
  • PAT
  • Portable Fire Fighting Equipment Servicing
  • FGAS & HVAC Servicing


For this role I have to order my own materials and complete works to realistic time schedules. Customers include leading high-street retailers and food chains


College                                                            Employer Engagement Lead –


May 2014 – May 2017


  • My main duties included supporting a team of 6-8 assessors to meet the quality requirements and targets set by the organisation. As the lead IQA in the area I was also responsible for organising External Verifier visits with multiple awarding bodies and implementing improvements throughout the team. This role helped me improve many skills such as organising information, and managing my team of assessors to get the required outcome. Throughout my time at the college I’ve been involved in two Ofsted inspections where the overall outcome for the organisation was ‘Good’. Towards the end of my time at the college, I was involved in the delivery of H&S programs to employability students to meet CSCS H&S test requirements


College                                                            Employed as a Trainer /

                                                                        Assessor – Electrical

May 2012


  • Duties included teaching Level 2 Electrotechnical Technology to full time learners and the assessment training of level 3 NVQ Electrical Apprentices. This role required me to deliver timetabled sessions and plan my calendar accordingly to meet the demands of employers. This included visiting industrial, commercial and domestic sites


Home Energy Company                                 Lead Solar Panel Technician

May 2010 – May 2012


  • Employed as a Lead Solar Panel Technician and worked as part of a team of Installers fitting Solar PV and inverters to residential and industrial properties throughout the country. I had to work on my own initiative and to a high standard in order to maintain an excellent relationship with the customer. The largest installation I worked on from start to end was a 12MW installation at the Toyota Derby site


Refrigeration Manufacturer                          Apprentice Electrician

July 2007 – May 2010


  • Employed as an Apprentice Electrician and was given the responsibilities of carrying out electrical safety checks on large portable refrigeration coldstores as well as many other tasks such as control panel building, installation of lighting, alarms, power factor correction, building heaters and fault finding. I was also expected to travel to customers’ premises and carry out such tasks. As I advanced through my training, I was responsible for the training of new employees to the standards expected


British Army (Royal Electrical and

Mechanical Engineers)                                  Electronics Technician

October 2005 – July 2007


  • Successfully completed my Phase 1 training at Pirbright and began my Phase 2 training as an Electronics Technician at Arborfield. Here I learnt many workshop skills and how to work in the field under pressure, while maintaining a high standard of work. During exercises I would occasionally be given the task of section commander which would include being responsible for the welfare and effectiveness of between 15 to 25 soldiers. I feel my time in the Army helped mould me into a mature disciplined young man



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