Commercial Gas Engineer – West Lothian

Position Sought Commercial Gas Engineer
Name BH CAN – 32768
Lives in West Lothian
Qualifications Listed Below
Previous Employers Servest, Whittaker Engineering Ltd, Norland Managed Services Ltd
Availability 4 Weeks
General Notes if Applicable Experienced Multi Skilled Commercial Gas Engineer

 

Qualifications:

  • SVQ level 3 Mechanical Engineering Services Heating and Ventilation
  • Gas Safe. Modules: CODNCO1, CORT1, CIGA1, ICPN1, CDGA1, BMP1, TPCP1A, CCN1, Cenwat
  • HWSS Unvented
  • Level 3 Certificate in the Requirements for Electrical Installations. C&G
  • Intermediate Level Awareness of Legionella in Building Water Systems. C&G
  • Handling Refrigerants. C&G
  • CITB Site Safety Plus. SSSTS
  • PASMA
  • IPAF
  • Opito Stage 3 Rigger
  • TMJI 10, 18, 19 Bolting and Torquing of Flange joints

Main Skills / Qualities:

  • HVAC
  • Gas Safe
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical Installations
  • Pipefitting ½” to 2” steel, 15mm to 42mm copper
  • Flanged large diameter pipework
  • Bolting and Torquing
  • Understanding P&ID systems drawings
  • Mechanical Maintenance
  • Tensioning
  • Understanding customers needs

Employment History:

Glacier Energy Services Offshore Mechanical Fitter

May 2015 – October 2015 & July 2017 – Present

Glacier Energy Services are a company who specialise in all types of heat exchangers on offshore installations in the North Sea for clients such as BP, BG Group, Shell, TAQA and Talisman. Fabricate and refurbish of old heat exchangers and fit on clients installations offshore. We also carry out radiator strip downs, pressure tests and re-installation. Any Stage 3 Rigging duties are required on most clients installations

  • Fabricate Shell and Tube heat exchangers in the workshop
  • Strip down and refurbish clients heat exchangers
  • Pressure Testing
  • Small Lathe work on heat exchangers and flanges
  • TMJI 10,11,18,19,20 Bolting
  • Abrasive wheel duties and pedestal drilling operations
  • Liaising with clients and ensuring tight deadlines are met

Servest Mechanical Maintenance Technician

November 2015 – July 2017

Servest are a large facilities maintenance company based in central Scotland covering all aspects of building mechanical services and maintenance. They pride themselves in customer service and care for many prestigious clients such as The National Gallery of Scotland and the High Court

  • Mechanical Maintenance of pumps, valves and motors
  • Steel and Copper pipefitting
  • Electrical maintenance and installation
  • HVAC
  • Plumbing
  • Reactive response to breakdowns of systems
  • Customer focused

Whittaker Engineering Ltd Mechanical Technician / Rigger

(Supervisory)

March 2014 – May 2015

Whittaker Engineering has been working on board the EnQuest Producer FPSO preparing the marine and engine room systems while in dock. Also servicing and maintaining all systems in the Engine Room until the vessel was ready for the North Sea

  • Pipefitting steel and copper pipe
  • Understanding P&ID system drawings
  • Bolting and Torquing of flange connections, MJI 10, 18 and 19
  • Cutting and threading of steel Pipework
  • Plumbing of systems, Pumps, Valves and hot water heaters in the engine room and accommodation
  • Systems worked on are as follows: Steam, Freshwater, Sea water, diesel, steam, air, lube oil, hydraulics
  • Maintenance of Pumps, valves and motors
  • Supervision of colleagues of different disciplines in specified jobs

FoundOcean Ltd Mechanical Fitter

June 2013 – March 2014

FoundOcean is one of the world’s main offshore grouting companies with highly skilled personnel designing, fabricating and constructing mixers in the workshop and the running, servicing and maintenance of the equipment offshore on location. During this time I worked on the Costa Concordia Salvage, MPI Discovery Vessel and onshore for Siemens

  • Fabrication of specialised Equipment in the workshop
  • Control the pump while pumping the grout staying in radio contact with my supervisor and dive control
  • Weekly servicing of electrical, mechanical and hydraulic systems on the mixers
  • Reactive repairs to mixers and pumps
  • Rapid fault diagnosis to minimise down time
  • Mechanical Breakdown Repairs and isolations
  • Lab sampling of grout mixtures
  • Understanding the client

Norland Managed Services Ltd Service and Maintenance Engineer

November 2004 – June 2013

Norland Managed Services were a building / facilities maintenance company now known as CBRE. All maintenance, installations and project works on various types of systems in the clients properties were carried out which included Plumbing, HVAC, Electrical, legionella and Gas as well as monitoring systems and data centres. Clients included Edinburgh Council, Scottish Parliament, Scottish Power, BskyB. I began my apprenticeship as a Service and Maintenance Engineer in 2004 while working on the BskyB contract and completed my apprenticeship in 2008. I was transferred to the City of Edinburgh Council contract in 2008 as a Multi-Skilled Gas Engineer and also spent time working on various Scottish Power buildings throughout the United Kingdom

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