Mechanical Maintenance Engineer
City of London
£38,000 - £40,000
This is a great opportunity for an Mechanically biased Maintenance Engineer to join a market leader in building services on one of their high-profile contracts in the City of London. As a leading maintenance provider, the company is a highly reputable business who are renowned in the industry for their service.
Based in the City of London, you must be technically strong with Building services / HVAC maintenance, being able to work well in a team as well as independently. You will be able to create a positive working relationship with tenants and clients, as well as coordinating with specialist subcontractors.
Monday to Friday
08:00 - 17:00
Experience of Planned & Reactive Works such as:
- Pumps, Motors, Belts, Bearings, Valves, AHU's, FCU's, Water Treatment, Boilers, Cooling Towers, Air Conditioning systems, Heat Exchangers, Pressurisation Units, alongside good general HVAC building services trade skills.
- Sound understanding and experience of meeting health and safety obligations with regard to maintenance activities
- Experience issuing permits to work
- Supervision of Sub-contractors
- £38,000 - £40,000
- 25 days holiday
- Mechanically qualified to C&G Level
- Experience of working around building systems and plant
- Excellent communication skills
- Strong compliance and health and safety understanding
If you are a career driven, Mechanically biased engineer, this is an exciting opportunity to join a highly regarded Building Service company. Apply now with your updated CV!
Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.
Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.
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