Air Conditioning Engineer

Position Sought Air Conditioning Engineer
Name BH CAN-1629
Lives in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire
Qualifications NVQ C&G Refrigeration and Air Conditioning – Level 2

City & Guilds F-Gas

City and Guilds – Carpentry

NVQ Electrical – Level 1

Previous Employers Various FM Sector Companies
Availability 1 Month
General Notes if Applicable Experienced air conditioning maintenance engineer, with 15 years of experience in the FM industry

 

Desired Salary: Circa £33K+

Education:

  • 6 CSE including English & Maths

Qualifications:

  • City and Guilds Level 2 Award in F-Gas and ODS Regulations: Category 1 500/5730/3
  • NVQ Electrical – Level 1
  • City and Guilds NVQ – ACRIB
  • Mechanical Engineering Services – Small Commercial / Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems – Level 2
  • Design systems to meet customers’ needs – PASS
  • Specify and agree programme for implementing systems installation – PASS
  • Install and test the components of the system – PASS
  • Commission and de-commission systems – PASS
  • Maintain the effective operation of systems – PASS
  • Maintain the safe working environment – PASS
  • Maintain effective working relationships – PASS
  • Contribute to quality development and improvement of products and services – PASS
  • City and Guilds – ACRIB – Handling Refrigerants
  • Charging refrigerant
  • Recovering refrigerant
  • Engineering Courses
  • Electricity at Work Regulations
  • Basic Mechanical Skills
  • Basic Electrical Skills
  • Basic Electronics Skills
  • Instrumentation and Control
  • AC Motors
  • Motor Testing
  • Mechanical Drives
  • Portable Appliance Testing
  • City and Guilds of London Institute – Repair and Servicing of Road Vehicles – Level 3
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Light Vehicle Suspension Systems – Written
  • Light Vehicle Suspension Systems – Practical
  • Light Vehicle Engines
  • Light Vechicle Fuel Systems
  • Light Vehicle Braking Systems
  • Light Vehicle Steering Systems
  • Light Vehicle Electrical / Electronic Systems
  • City and Guilds of London Institute – Carpentry
  • Assignments
  • Coursework Assessments
  • EMFEC in 585 Carpentry and Joinery
  • Written (Component 01) Level C2
  • In-course Assessment of Theory (Component 02) Level C2
  • In-course Assessment of Practical work (Component 03) Level C2

Profile:

  • Reliable, accurate, hard-working, conscientious, self-motivated Facilities Maintenance Engineer & (F-Gas) Air Conditioning Engineer, with Building Fabric experience

Key Skills:

  • Sound knowledge of AC & Mechanical Equipment
  • 15 years’ experience in facilities maintenance
  • Working under pressure to meet deadlines
  • Maintaining high standards of quality
  • Knowledge of Splits, AHU’s and FCU’s
  • Installation of AC Split Units
  • Problem solving to ensure customer needs are met

Employment History:

Multiple FM Sector Companies                     Mobile Multi-Skilled AC Engineer

2007 – Present                                                

  • Worked across the same contract, tupeeing from to multiple FM sector companies
  • Working as a mobile engineer on a contract for high street banks
  • Working on various air conditioning units inclusive of splits, VRVs and VRFs
  • Fault-finding, servicing, maintenance and breakdown repair
  • Reacting to breakdowns and maintenance across the East midlands
  • Covering 24/7 callouts on a rota basis
  • Carry out monthly PPM’s on high street bank branches and offices in accordance with Health & Safety At Work Act

High Street Bank Chain                                Multi-Skilled Maintenance Engineer

October 2004 – 2007

  • Working as a maintenance engineer for data centres and offices
  • Check and inspection of all plant and equipment
  • Carry out maintenance tasks in accordance with contract specifications
  • Fault finding
  • Interface with specialist sub-contactors
  • Electrical and Mechanical fault diagnosis
  • Cover breakdowns and emergencies on a call-out basis

Multiple FM Sector Companies                                 Maintenance Engineer

April 2000 – October 2004

  • Working for multiple FM sector companies on one of their MOD sector FM contracts
  • Service and maintenance of split air conditioning units and walk-in fridge freezers
  • Mechanical and Electrical aspects of general building Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) schedules
  • Service and maintenance of catering equipment
  • Maintain chemical levels in water for Harrier Aircraft and for human consumption
  • Routine boiler and generator maintenance
  • Weekly checks on compressor systems
  • Call out on a 3 weekly basis

Manufacturing Company

1993 – March 2000

  • Vending Services Engineer – Redundancy due to closure of business
  • Vending machine testing
  • Fault diagnosis and repair of vending machines and PCB’s
  • Re-assemble and re-furbishment of machines
  • De-gas and re-gas of chiller systems to R134A
  • Rectifying faulty machines out in the field
  • Develop jigs to test re-furbished parts
  • Testing and quality audits
  • Supervising and training a small team
  • Running of Parts Despatch Department
  • ATE in circuit and functional testing of PCB’s
  • Manual assembly of PCB’s
  • Mars in-House Training
  • Fuji vending course
  • Vending training course for Klix machines
  • Refrigeration course for cooling systems
  • NVQ Electronics / Electrical
  • Computer awareness course
  • Technical Training Programme:-
  • Setting up equipment
  • Interpreting Information
  • Safe connection of equipment
  • Skilled person introduction to SRP02 safety rule book

Constriction Contractor                                Carpenter

1985 – 2000

  • Construction and repair of windows and sashes
  • Working to deadlines
  • Teamwork
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