Multi-Skilled Gas Engineer

Multi-Skilled Gas Engineer

Position Sought

Multi Skilled Gas Engineer

Name

CAN40777

Lives in

Whitchurch

Qualifications

ACS Commercial & Domestic Gas Tickets

UKC/FS/Part P Electrical installations

Combined Heat & Power Service & Maintenance

Previous Employers

XXXXX XXXXXXXXXX

XXXXXX XX

Self Employed

Availability

1 – 2 Weeks’ Notice

General Notes if Applicable

Is a multi-skilled commercial gas engineer with qualifications and skills in the Heat & Power Systems

For more information relating to this CV please contact:

Simon Cheetham
Recruitment Consultant
HVAC Recruitment Ltd
01745 772218
07500049780

simon@hvacrecruitment.com

Profile:

I have over 18 years’ experience in the heating industry, I have received regular training throughout my career, I have experience in Servicing, Installation and Breakdowns. Meter work, External pipework, Plumbing, Commercial Gas, Electrical, Air Source Heating and Combined Heat and Power Units. I have been employed/self-employed and worked as a contractor/sub-contractor. My work is always professional and tidy and my customer service skills are second to none.

Qualifications:

  • Gas Safe Registered Engineer 537264
  • Domestic
  • CCN1, CENWAT, CKR1, HTR1, CPA1, MET 1, U/VHW, City And Guilds Level 3
  • Energy Efficiency, Asbestos Awareness, Manual Handling, Working At Heights, CSS
  • Commercial Gas
  • COGN1, CDGA1, CIGA1, CORT1, TPCP1A
  • Electrical
  • UKC/FS/Part P
  • Renewables
  • Mitsubishi Air source Ecodan. Design And Application, Installation and Commisioning, Service And Fault Finding, Certificates
  • Combined Heat And Power Units, Volter. Full advanced training course completed in Finland

Employment History:

XXXXX XXXXXXXXXXX & XXXXXX XX

March 2017 – Present

  • I am just coming to the end of a contract that my current employer has, I have decided to leave when this ends as the work that I have been offered afterwards will no longer be local to me, meaning many overnight stays in hotels which I am not too keen on. I have been working on CHP units for about 18 months, I had 3 months on site training before attending an advanced course in Finland. My main role was to maintain 10 CHP units on the same site, although I did travel to other sites now and again. I carried out everything From Commissioning, servicing, fault finding and rebuilding along with the general day to day running of the machines. I have really enjoyed the challenge and have learned a lot over the last 18 months but I now feel ready to move back into the Gas industry

Self Employed

Contractor

February 2016 – March 2017

  • Working mostly for National Grid as a subcontractor testing/moving meters/running pipework and extending/testing earth bonding after the gas mains had been upgraded. I also worked as a self employed contractor for British Gas during some of this time carrying out Servicing and breakdowns I ended up doing 3 days a week for them and 2 days at National Grid before an opportunity came up to work in the Renewables Industry

Herefordshire Housing LTD

Service and Breakdown Engineer

April 2013 – February 2016

  • Carrying out repairs installs and CP12s in Social Housing, Also working with Air Source Heating and Commercial Gas. Jobs received/returned via PDA,covering call out on a rosta. I received regular training ,toolbox talks and audits to make sure all work was carried out in a safe and professional manner. I decided to leave Herefordshire Housing when a friend who was working at National Grid mentioned that engineers were needed as they were upgrading most of the gas mains in the local area

Self Employed

December 2011 – April 2013

  • Mainly working as a sub contractor for various housing associations, carrying out servicing/repairs and installs, finishing up at Herefordshire Housing where after 12 months of working for them on a self employed basis I got offered a full time position

Carrilion/Warmsure

June 2005 – December 2011

  • Previously Warmsure but got taken over by Carrilion, Working as a Service and Breakdown Engineer, Maintaining boilers installed under a government grant scheme, working from home with a PDA, covering call out. I received regular training on all makes of boiler including a 1 week breakdown /fault finding course, I also attended day courses from Honeywell and Danfoss. I took voluntary redundancy shortly after Carrilion took over from Warmsure

Gas Appliance Servicing

1999 – June 2015

  • This was my fathers business, he worked at British Gas for over 30 years. I did my apprenticeship here whilst attending Dudley College one day a week. I eventually became a partner undertaking all aspects of plumbing and heating work. Although the business was successful, I was ready to buy my first house and thought it would be easier to be in full time employment to plan for this
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