Commercial Gas Technical Trainer

Commercial Gas - Technical Trainer The Client: A well-established commercial heating appliance manufacturer with a sizeable UK foot-print and considered to be within the top 3 manufacturers in Europe. This is a business that is investing heavily in its UK operations and is enjoying record sales and profits (even throughout the pandemic) thanks to its award-winning range of new and innovative products. The Role: As part of its continued investment and expansion of its commercial heating offering, the company is increasing its commercial gas training team. This is an exciting part of the business where skilled engineers use their experience and knowledge to up-skill new engineers within the industry and teach them best practises for installation and fault-finding and repair of their range of commercial appliances. As well as conducting in-person practical training, you'll have at your disposal a professional video production team who will help you create pre-recorded online training segments as well as live video classroom courses online from their state-of-the-art training centre. The Person: This is very much an opportunity for a talented & skilled commercial gas heating engineer seeking to pivot their career into another area within the industry. If you're a great communicator and real people person who can inspire the next generation of commercial heating engineers then we'd like to hear from you. Please note that relevant ACS gas qualifications are a pre-requisite for this role. The Rewards: £51,000 per annum including car allowance, plus expenses, laptop, mobile, generous private pension package and various perks. How to Apply: Please submit your application online. Engineering Recruit UK - We connect great engineers with great companies. This vacancy is being advertised by Engineering Recruit UK. The services offered by Engineering Recruit UK are those of an employment agency. This job was originally posted as www.totaljobs.com/job/91889211

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