Local Government (NJC): S01 £32,301 – £33,474 p.a + 12% Shift Enhancement
Permanent hours full time – 35 hours per week
Job ref SSA/6728/WG-B
Islington Council has a number of exciting opportunities for qualified domestic gas engineers within its in-house repairs and maintenance service.
Reporting to the Senior Mechanical Engineer, the Domestic Gas Engineer will play a key role in ensuring the safe and efficient operation of domestic gas appliances within the borough. As well as completing annual landlord gas safety checks to approximately 10,000 properties in the north of the borough, the gas service is also responsible for completing responsive breakdown repairs and successful candidates will have an aptitude for both areas of work.
In order to deliver the highest levels of service, the Council operates an out of hours rota, which includes regular weekday evening and weekend shifts. Out of hours work is contractual and, as such, attracts an unsocial hours payment of 12% of gross salary in addition to the basic salary as indicated.
The Council is looking for enthusiastic, diligent and suitably qualified gas engineers to join our existing team. As this role will involve daily interaction with customers, we require individuals with excellent interpersonal skills, who will strive to achieve the best outcome and service delivery for the residents of Islington.
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