Who is our client?
Our client, a global leader in the manufacture of process cooling solutions, have an exceptional reputation for system quality, efficiency, performance and service. With 100+ years of consistently delivered cutting edge solutions across numerous industries internationally, and with a combined force of 100,000+ employed experts, it’s no surprise that our client have accumulated a wealth of long standing and loyal customer relationships.
Due to continued expansion, our client are now looking to take on another Industrial Refrigeration Service Engineer to help maintain their reputation for exceptional service on this thriving territory. With loyalty already secured with many major companies nationally, our client are now looking for a credible and technical, service engineer from within the Refrigeration/ Chiller Systems sector, who has a real gift for troubleshooting, as well as looking after and communicating clearly with the customer.
The role requirements
You’ll be delivering project, maintenance & service solutions that support the customer’s manufacturing, cold storage and R&D testing requirements.
Your planned, preventative & reactive work will be with our client’s main target markets of meat, poultry, dairy, food manufacturing, beverage, cold storage, general manufacturing, leisure, pharmaceutical & automotive.
You will be the direct contact with the client for site technical service and maintenance issues, and so you will be responsible for troubleshooting and resolving industrial refrigeration/chiller systems within a set timeframe and according to a defined process, service agreement and customer needs.
You will keep the customer informed on the service you are providing.
You will prepare detailed reports/technical communications on work carried out.
As you’d expect, Health and Safety will be paramount.
Though often working without supervision, you will be part of a team and join in its’ combined success.
What sort of people are we looking for?
Ideally you will have served a refrigeration apprenticeship.
Do you hold a recognised refrigeration qualification i.e. City & Guilds etc?
Are you in possession of an F-GAS 2079 card and ammonia handling certification, as this would be helpful?
It’s important that you have experience working with HFC, Ammonia & CO2 systems
Have you spent plenty of time working on the major manufacturer’s compressors?
You will have had hands on experience with DX, pumped, flooded, multistage systems.
Again, you’ll have electrical and controls experience to be able to identify and rectify electrical and control issues.
Do you understand and can you analyse technical documents such as electrical schemes, fluid schemes, piping diagrams, psychometric diagrams?