Open Vacancies As Of 25 May 2019
Trainee Air Conditioning Engineer
Air2London is a market leader in the installation, supply and maintenance of professional air conditioning equipment throughout the UK.
We know what our customers need and expect and pride ourselves on delivery of excellent service. Our engineering team are at the heart of this success and are the key to a proven track record of satisfied customers.
Due to growth and increased coverage of operations, we are looking for a Trainee Air Conditioning Engineer to join the busy and diverse Engineering team.
This is a real opportunity for personal development – a chance to gain industry recognised qualifications, to develop the skills to manage customer relationships and ultimately, to achieve a rewarding career with a contemporary and progressive business.
The successful applicant will learn how to carry out installations, preventative maintenance and reactive repairs and will be trained to work directly with the customer and suppliers to achieve desired outcomes. Working with a small, dedicated team, full supervision will be given to ensure progression through the training program.
A full salary will be awarded on completion of initial training.
During initial training, pay will be at a competitive hourly rate.
Salaries are subject to annual review.
Applicants do not need any formal qualifications within the industry but must show: a willingness to learn all aspects of engineering and air conditioning; an aptitude for technical aspects of the role; commitment to working as part of a team and an understanding of the importance of customer service.
A current full UK driving licence is essential.
* Applicants must be based in London.
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender or race.
How to Apply
Send your CV electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call Andy Poscotis on 07799 773167 to discuss the position in more detail.
Please note that unsuccessful applicants wil not be notified of this position's closure.