Commercial Gas Engineer

Commercial Gas Engineer


Circa £36,000

The Company:

We are working with a specialist building services company based in the Midlands. Our client specialises in the complete M&E installation, service and maintenance for various companies inclusive of the education, leisure, health care, commercial and local authority market sectors.

Our client has recently won a new contract for gas service and maintenance across the West Midlands covering planned and reactive works.

We are currently looking to recruit 2 commercial gas engineers in the Birmingham area.

All successful candidates will be required to pass a full DBS check

The Role - Commercial Gas Engineer:

  • This is a mobile role with travel across sites/contracts
  • To deliver planned, preventative and reactive maintenance in line with the contract service delivery plan for Commercial and Domestic gas and related equipment
  • To carry out gas works including minor new works, refurbishment and capital works replacement programme
  • To investigate, troubleshoot and rectify defects in all boiler and gas systems and associated plant/components, commissioning subcontractors where necessary
  • To ensure all statutory documentation is completed and kept up to date at all times


  • ACS commercial Gas (COCN1, CORT1, CIGA1 etc.)
  • ACS Domestic Gas (City & Guilds, NVQ Level 2, ACS, CCN1, CEN1, HTR1, WAT1, CKR1 etc.)
  • LPG qualifications desired but not essential
  • Oftec qualifications desired but not essential
  • C&G F-gas/ C&G 17th Edition or 18th Edition would be advantageous

Commercial Gas Engineer - Package:

  • Salary: Circa £36,000 Dependent on experience
  • Company vehicle, fuel card etc.
  • Overtime opportunities
  • Opportunities for training and development

If you are interested in this commercial gas engineer role please apply with your CV or call Joe Campbell on 0115 671 1400

Job Type Permanent Part Time
Location Wolverhampton
Sector Commercial Gas
Start Date 30th July 2020
Advertiser remoteapi
Job Ref 2552

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