Multi-Skilled Engineer

Position Sought Multi-skilled Engineer
Name CAN 10645
Lives in Leeds
Qualifications C&G 2360 P1 & P2

C&G 2391

17Th Edition


C&G 2081


Previous Employers Incetive FM



Availability 1-2 weeks’ notice period
General Notes if Applicable Current Salary £34,500


  • City and Guilds 2360 parts 1 and 2
  • City and Guilds 2391 , inspection and testing
  • 17th edition IEE regulations
  • City and Guilds 2081 Installation / Maintenance / commissioning of split A/C Systems
  • City and Guilds 2079 F- Gas Level 1( Including safe handling of gas )
  • 2 Day service and maintenance of A/C systems course
  • PASMA scaffold tower trained
  • IOSH 2 certified
  • IPAF boom and scissor licence
  • PTS ( personal track safety ) high voltage and low voltage
  • Legionnaires awareness training
  • O.C Medical Gas Awareness level 1



  • I attended long den dale High School from 1990 until 1994 where I achieved 5 grade “C” GCSE results ,following on from this I enrolled on an electrical installation course at Tameside Technology College ,during the first 6 weeks of the course I was lucky to be offered an apprenticeship with MB Electrical services in Denton , Manchester . During the first year of my apprenticeship I attended college on a 6 week in / 6 weeks work block release programme, This ensured that I had all the relevant experience and knowledge to carry out my apprenticeship


Employment History:


TUPE (Dalkia / MITIE)

July 2009 – Present

                                                                        Incentive Facilities Management

September 2011 – Present

  • Working as Lead engineer on the prestigious Addleshaw Goddard (AG) contract my daily duties are overlooking 13 Multi Skilled Engineers that are responsible for the planned maintenance and reactive works at both their large office buildings in Manchester & Leeds, this includes Planned maintenance on all HVAC equipment and building services, As well as daily reactive jobs which are raised via the Incentive Helpdesk and sent to myself which then i have to assign to each engineer accordingly, Planned maintenance includes, Generator testing / maintenance, A/C maintenance on VRV and Split systems , Emergency lighting, Fire alarms , Water Hygiene testing ,BMS etc , Also supervising subcontractors and ensuring risk assessments and method statements are satisfactory, Daily reactive jobs can be anything from faulty lighting to blocked drains etc so I have to be flexible in my approach to my daily work schedule and prioritise jobs according to the client’s requirements. All work is closely checked by the client to ensure we meet our KPI ‘s and therefore it is essential that I organise my working week accordingly, Each month I have to attend client meetings and provide monthly status reports to ensure client and stakeholders are informed of all works in progress


                                                                        Mobile Engineer

2006 – July 2009

  • Working on the new Virgin Trains contract I was employed as a mobile engineer covering all Virgin train stations from London Euston up to Carlisle , Day to Day duties involve “reactive”works which can be anything from electrical supply problems through to blocked toilets , faulty locks , doors etc , working on a reactive time scheme jobs are prioritised as to urgency so I have to plan my week in advance so that all jobs are completed within the set timescale , I also carry out the monthly PPM to ensure that all relevant plant and equipment is working correctly and efficiently , this includes cleaning of all HVAC filters , checking BMS systems are all ok , emergency lighting tests , PAT testing , water hygiene temperature checks , fire alarm tests , and generally making sure each station is up to scratch including recording all test results in each site log book .I also closely liaise with relevant sub-contractors as and when we use them to ensure our high standard of work is maintained.We also carry out “minor works” which can be anything from an extra socket through to new circuits for new plant etc. I covered the on the call-out rota which was one week on call every 5-6 weeks



INTEGRAL FM                                                 Mobile Engineer

  • – 2006
  • During my employment with INTEGRAL I was employed on the large Royal bank of Scotland contract as a mobile service engineer which consisted of looking after 13 banks in the north west / north wales area carrying out scheduled PPM tasks and remedial repairs on a large range of building services , for an example a typical visit would consist of monthly emergency light tests , water temperature checks , cleaning of split A/C unit filters , boiler checks , cleaning of fan coil units , down to the “breakdown” calls which usually included loss of power / lighting , faulty locks , minor repairs to roofing , drainage etc.carrying out all these works was closely monitored and audited to meet the bank’s KPI systems , In september 2007 Integral undertook a company restructure which meant 12 engineers including myself being made redundant



MB Electrical Services


  • – 2001
  • During my employment here I successfully completed my 4 year apprenticeship gaining an excellent knowledge of all processes in the electrical installation industry , from new build installations through to fault finding on large 3 phase systems , during the last 2 years of employment I moved over to the facilities maintenance division where I learnt all about building services maintenance from HVAC maintenance through to carrying out monthly PPM tasks , Because I wanted to carry on in this line of work an opportunity arose for me to join a larger company with more prestige so left in july 2001 to join



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Driving licence

  • Full clean U.K Driving licence
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