Multi skilled HVAC Engineer

Position Sought Multi skilled HVAC Engineer
Name BH CAN-8175
Lives in Derbyshire
Qualifications ACS Commercial Gas, Domestic Gas, LPG

NVQ in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Level 2,C&G F-Gas, Hydrocarbon

City and Guilds – Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance Level 3

Previous Employers  

Facilities Management Provider

M&E Building Services Company

Engineering & Manufacturing Company


Availability 4 Weeks
General Notes if Applicable +25 years of experience in the HVAC industry


Desired Salary: £33K+


  • 6 CSE including English & Maths


  • City and Guilds – Mechanical Engineering and Maintenance and Craft Studies
  • Part 1 Mechanical and General Engineering Part 2 General Technology, Maintenance Engineering and practice Part 3 first and second written stages Part 2 & 3 Ordinary Technical Certificate
  • City and Guilds level 2 Certificate in small Commercial Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems
  • City and Guilds Level 2 F Gas and ODS Regulations Category 1
  • Level 2 NVQ in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Small Commercial Systems) Level 2 award Hydrocarbon Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
  • Engineering Industry Training Board Broad Based Training
  • Mechanical Engineering Certificate Mechanical Maintenance and Installation modules 1 & 2 Engineering Industry Training Board – Seal of Merit
  • Installation and servicing of domestic unvented hot water systems
  • Nationally Accredited Certification Scheme for Individual Gas Fitting Operatives: CCN1 CENWAT CKR1 HTR1 CoNGLP1PD COCN1 CDGA1 CIGA1 CORT1, COCNPI1LS ICPN1 TPCP1A TPCP1 Water Supply Regulations 1999
  • Asbestos awareness
  • First Aid at work
  • Safety and working with mobile towers (PASMA)
  • Abrasive wheels Power press and tool setters
  • Fork lift driving and safety Powered access license – scissor lift and self prop boom
  • Basic Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology
  • CITB Safe Handling of Refrigerants
  • CITB Essential Electrics
  • CITB Safety Passport Experienced
  • CSCS Skill card BCS level 1 in IT Skills (ECDL Essentials)
  • Legionella awareness course, Basic Electrical Foundation


  • A conscientious, honest, reliable and hardworking person with an eye for detail and a desire to do well in whichever path I take.
  • Able to work well within a team or individually, however, I have no difficulty taking instruction from others and am very self-motivated.
  • I take pride in my attendance having had no sickness for many years and am also a good timekeeper with an excellent record. This has been the case throughout my career. I have worked with people of all ages and cultures in the UK, Europe, Asia and Africa
  • While I enjoyed these experiences I also gained the skill of adapting to different working environments

Additional Information:


  • Full clean driving License for Car and Motorcycle

Employment History:

Facilities Management Provider                   HVAC Engineer

June 2016 – Present

  • Working on a major Government contract undertaking Facilities Management. This includes installation and maintenance of boilers, heating systems and air conditioning systems
  • Covering planned and reactive maintenance, building fabric repairs, legionella checks

Self Employed                                                HVAC Engineer

June 2015 – June 2016

  • Undertaking Sub Contract work – Carrying out the Installation and Maintenance of HVAC systems

M&E Building Services Company                  Area Supervisor

May 2012 – June 2015

  • My main duties include the supervision and instruction of a team of Engineers in line with a service and maintenance contract. Working to ensure reactive calls and PPM’s are closed off in accordance with the contract specification and current SLA’s so that the companies KPI’s can be achieved

Engineering & Manufacturing Company      HVAC Engineer

April 2009 – May 2012

  • My responsibilities included the Installation, Commissioning and Servicing of HVAC equipment on various sites throughout the UK as required. Being a fully qualified Gas
  • Safe engineer along with having passed the Essential Electrics and F Gas
  • Refrigeration courses I was required to carry out a wide range of tasks allocated to me within a Maintenance environment. The use of a computer was necessary to enter the relevant data on to the company database
  • Undertaking the coaching of apprentices and new employees as required, ranging from a basic introduction to the role to assisting with practical development on site
  • Liaising with colleagues internally and external customers was also necessary as was promoting the company and offering the range of services that can be provided

M&E Building Services Company                  Service / Installation Engineer

March 2008 – March 2009

  • This included undertaking Installation, Service and Maintenance of HVAC equipment and working under contract to major UK retailers to include 24 hour emergency call-out on a rota basis

M&E Building Services Company                  HVAC Engineer

(Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire)

September 2006 – March 2008

  • To complete the Installation, Maintenance and Servicing of HVAC equipment at various locations on commercial sites throughout the UK

SMV Installations                                          Self Employed Engineer


February 1989 – September 2006

  • From 2002: Undertaking sub contract work for local Engineering Companies
  • Carrying out general Maintenance work which included the Installation of Air Conditioning units
  • Prior to 2002: Fully responsible for the day to day running of a small business, specialising in the Installation and Maintenance of Spraybooths. Working at various sites throughout the UK and abroad, employing up to 10 people and running a small fleet of vehicles

IEG Ltd                                                           Installation Engineer

(Burton upon Trent)

February 1998 – February 1990

  • Completing boiler house Service and Maintenance and Spraybooth Installation and
  • Responsibilities in this role included the supervision of up to ten workers and working to penalty clause contracts on various turnkey projects throughout the UK

TI Parkray Ltd                                                Maintenance fitter


July 1979 – January 1988

  • On the completion of my apprenticeship I had joint responsibility for the day to day running of a production plant, repairing and maintaining machinery used in the production process
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